Last week, we released a list of the most interesting court designs in college basketball. While the original list was narrowed down to just nine, fans weren't afraid to point out ones we missed.
But don't worry, we heard you loud and clear. So based on your Facebook and Twitter suggestions, here are more of the most interesting court designs.
CSUN (formerly Cal State Northridge), The Matadome
University of Central Florida, CFE Arena
Colorado State, Moby Arena
There is no need to remember Colorado State's mascot with the court design at Moby Arena. It features the Rams logo in center court and a darker pair of ram's horns are placed perfectly on top. It must be a different experience to watch the game on the other side of the arena where the rams look upside down though. You can check out Colorado State's interactive panoramic view for a closer look at the court and arena.
Northern Illinois, Convocation Center
Northern Illinois wanted to be innovative with its basketball floor put in place two years ago. While initial thoughts on the court's makeover were mixed, no other program can really say it has a black-and-white hardwood court. It must be strange for the players though to go from blacktop to white scheme inside the 3-point arc and paint. But those piercing blue Husky eyes in the center are hard to miss. NIU released a cool time lapse video of the 2.5 hours it took to install the new court in 2014.
Oakland, Athletics Center O'Rena
Oregon, Matthew Knight Arena