Assembly Hall is a 17,472-seat arena on the campus of Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana. It opened in 1971, replacing the Gladstein Fieldhouse. Indiana is the capital of basketball. Whether it is high school or college basketball no other state comes close to Indiana's basketball enthusiasm. Assembly Hall is a great place to watch a basketball game. It is well known as being one of the loudest venues in college basketball, aided both by passionate fans and its unique design of steep sides. Assembly Hall defines what college basketball is all about. The opening of the arena coincided with the debut of coach Bob Knight, who guided the Hoosiers for 29 seasons. The Assembly Hall has been home to three national championships, 32 straight winning teams, and twelve conference champions.
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