While watching yesterday's Wisconsin at Michigan State men's game on TV, I noticed how MSU is able to include a large number of logos and word-marks on its court without -- in my opinion at least -- creating visual overload. As can be seen at this link (plus an additional link to "Photo Gallery"), the Breslin Center court displays the following:
"MICHIGAN STATE" along the baselines;
the word "SPARTANS" and the soldier logo in the keys;
a big "S" at center-court; and
the state outline, with the word "State" superimposed, in the upper-left and lower-right positions relative to the center circle.
One definition of the word "spartan" is: "simple, frugal, or austere." Not on this court, though!