There's a lot to be said when an NBA team takes its home court and turns it into a beautiful piece of art. There are some, like the Celtics' floor parquet, that become a part of Americana. Another option is flipping over to the increasingly popular two-toned floor, which really took off with the Minnesota Timberwolves.
Thankfully, no team has made its court an ugly distraction like the jungle that is the floorboard pattern for the Oregon Ducks, but some NBA teams have gone to over-the-top designs and gimmicks to be different.
Of course, what pulls the court together is the logo in the center. It's the first thing you see when you look at the floor, and it immediately registers in your mind as a good or bad decision.
Some of the diagrams in the coming slides may have discrepancies with details on the court, but the center-court logos should all be up to date.