Got two minutes to spare? Check out this time-lapse of the 2012 Final Four floor being made

Not much story here, but rather something that's simply neat.

Connor Sports Flooring recently took five weeks constructing and painting the floor that will be used in next week's NCAA tournament Final Four in New Orleans.

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And, for your viewing pleasure, the process has been condensed into a two-minute time-lapse video. The floor is on a seven-city tour that began last Friday and ends this Friday. Once it arrives at the Superdome, it will take 2-4 hours to piece together and lay down.

Then it will be used for 120 minutes of game action.

Then it will become a collector's item.

Ryan Greene also covers UNLV and the Mountain West Conference for Follow him on Twitter at @ryanmgreene.

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