North Carolina State
...nice touch with the eyes.
...when I think of Xavier basketball, the skyline of Cincinatti will never come to my mind but whatever. Trending obviously.
...totally buy in because of the Space Needle. Good job.
...keeping it simple looks good.
...facilities renovations abound in Laramie and love that reminder of altitude. Wish I had a better shot.
...despise Baylor so I was hoping the ugly floor would have remained but the arms race never ends!
...if there was anything other than Long Beach State's floor and Western Kentucky's floor that dominated floors was the OLD Dayton floor. Debuting this floor is not just upsetting but outright ugly. At least their new uniforms aren't as bad as this overthought, tradition killing floor. Good luck.
...another confusing one. I get that incorporating an anteater maybe challenging but I think UTEP upon initial sight. Seems lazy and non-creative.
...I guess today's hypersensitive, blameshifitng, culture wouldn't allow a "Guns Up" ode to Tech on the hardwood but reminds me of the Longhorns and A&M too much with the state logo right there smack-dab on the circle. Set your program apart!
...back to the Ohio Valley and Murray States new floor dons the improved logo. Sucker for the old one but not a bad look.
...I get it but this is a classic example of when trying too hard goes wrong. Unless this turns it around for the Jags, ugly, unacceptable, and who knew Indianapolis even had a skyline. For the casual college basketball fan, IUPUI, is Indiana University-Purdue University, Indianapolis. Out of the ever changing Summit League.
My take on what otherwise has nothing to do with the play on said floors. Everyone is trying to keep up with the latest this and that so I brought debuting floors. Always on the look and will be on watch for new ones.
Western Kentucky is still my favorite floor. So basic and yet so confusing because it doesn't include "Big Red", the best mascot in college basketball. Take that Syracuse.
Going forward to 2015-2016 Long Beach State actually improves their floor with a more organized palm tree look.
But one will never forget arguably the best design ever emblazoned on a basketball floor