The Final Four is underway in Houston, and while the action between Oklahoma and Villanova has been great thus far, the reviews of those watching the game haven’t been as stellar.
Many people have voiced complaints about the yellow-ish glare on the TBS broadcast of the game. The glare was visible in several places on each side of the court and apparently isn’t as noticeable when viewing the game on TNT or TruTV.
Wow. Glare/shadows on the #FinalFour floor look bad on TV. Wonder if players notice.
— Scott Hanson (@ScottHanson) April 2, 2016
— Peter Robbins (@gatortakes) April 2, 2016
What’s with the glare on the court? I didn’t expect to see shadows on the Final Four floor.
— Jon Solomon (@JonSolomonCBS) April 2, 2016
Holy cow. Brutal glare and shadows on this #FinalFour court. Incredibly distracting. Wonder if players are bothered at all??
— Chris Long (@ChrisLongKSTP) April 2, 2016
Did they not test the lights on this court? Looks awful on TV.
— Darren Rovell (@darrenrovell) April 2, 2016
If the glare on the court is driving you crazy like it is me, then watch the game on TNT. It looks much better. #FinalFour
— Shannon The Dude (@ShannonTheDude) April 2, 2016
If you can’t deal with TBS’s awful camera angle, the TNT or TruTV feeds are your savior: pic.twitter.com/VTiVSoIxWB
— Deadspin (@Deadspin) April 2, 2016
We’ll see if this is something that can be corrected as the night goes on.