The NCAA on Tuesday unveiled a series of new-look court designs for this month's men's basketball championship.
Beginning with Tuesday's First Four, each court will feature informative details aimed at enhancing the viewing experience for fans watching on television by helping them differentiate between tournament sites.
In addition to being color-coded by location, each court will feature the name of the host city and venue, as well as the tournament round and host school logo.
A new March Madness logo will make its debut at center court, replacing the blue disk of years past. It will change as the tournament progresses into the regional rounds.
The courts will also take on additional Final Four-specific elements as teams move deeper into the tournament, culminating in the final weekend at Houston's NRG Stadium from April 2-4.
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