College basketball is undergoing a wave of court customization, and not all of the results are pretty. With horror stories such as Oregon’s infamous can’t-see-the-forest-(or-midcourt)-for-the-trees look, it’s time to celebrate the schools that got it right—whether by finding a new look or keeping a good older one.
One such program is Kansas State, whose recent redesign went in for the two-tone wood fad that’s becoming increasingly popular. The Wildcats’ version shows how it's done, using the wood to mark the three-point boundary while still keeping the lane a bright, visible color.
Read on for more on K-State’s success story and the rest of the 20 best home floors in college hoops.