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NCAA Basketball Custom Courts (2014-15)

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Expect Murray State to lead the nation in tripping fouls when they use that court. Wow.

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Murray State Racers:

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- Checkered Flag sidelines, lanes, and 'Racers' primary logo wordmark

You should use bigger blue and yellow squares and the regular wordmark

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Jacksonville Dolphins:

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- Sun, ocean current, and primary logo above, below, and at center court respectively.

- Ocean sideline.

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No picture

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Denver Pioneers:

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- Three-point lines, keys, primary logo at center court, sidelines, and baselines beveled (Based off of Denver's mile-high altitude)

- 'A Mile Above' across the bottom sideline (Based off of the phrase 'A Cut Above' and Denver's mile-high altitude)

This is pretty bad.

Beveling has nothing to do with altitude.

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Yes it does, WSU. Beveling gives pictures the appearance of having three dimensions, thus giving the picture 'height', so it does have something to do with altitude.

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Gardner-Webb Runnin' Bulldogs:

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- Dog collars along the sidelines.

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Gardner-Webb Runnin' Bulldogs:

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- Dog collars along the sidelines.

Doesn't look like a dog collar to me, more like random (uneven) circles along the sidelines. The TCU uniforms from the LT era featured a pattern with triangles that always reminded me of a dog collar for some odd reason, maybe look at that for some inspiration? Also take a look at the Fresno State Bulldogs logo and you'll see that the 'spikes' are usually triangular (even on the GWU logo you can see that they are triangular, not circular).

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Yes it does, WSU. Beveling gives pictures the appearance of having three dimensions, thus giving the picture 'height', so it does have something to do with altitude.

Beveling would make it an illegally marked court. Lines need to be solid without any beveling or drop shadow. Can't add anything that makes it hard to read the edges of the lines.

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Southern Illinois Salukis:

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- 3 pyramids (2 along the baselines and 1 on top of the bottom sideline)

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What are the pyramids for? The lineweight is too light they'd just look like scratch marks on TV.

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The pyramids are there because the Saluki is common in Egypt.

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The pyramids are there because the Saluki is common in Egypt.

There is more than pyramids in Egypt.

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Miami (FL) Hurricanes:

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- 'The U' at both ends of the court.

- Multi-colored ACC markings.

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