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Basketball

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Hinkle Fieldhouse
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Indianapolis

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Bulldogs

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NCAA Division I Basketball Mens

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Upcoming Events
29 Jan 22 Butler  -  Georgetown University
03 Feb 22 Xavier  -  Butler
05 Feb 22 Butler  -  St Johns
09 Feb 22 Creighton  -  Butler
12 Feb 22 Butler  -  Marquette

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26 Jan 22 Butler  72 - 55  Creighton
23 Jan 22 Providence  69 - 62  Butler
21 Jan 22 Butler  56 - 75  Connecticut
19 Jan 22 Connecticut  76 - 59  Butler
16 Jan 22 Villanova  82 - 42  Butler

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The Butler Bulldogs men's basketball team represents Butler University in Indianapolis, United States. The school's team currently competes in the Big East Conference. Their current head coach is LaVall Jordan and they play their home games at Hinkle Fieldhouse. Because of the school's history of basketball success, location in the heart of the land of "Hoosier Hysteria", and lack of a scholarship football program, the Butler University fan base is primarily basketball oriented. Other athletics enjoy substantial followings of current students and alumni, but only basketball has garnered interest from a national audience.

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Hinkle Fieldhouse (named Butler Fieldhouse from 1928 until 1966) is a basketball arena on the campus of Butler University in Indianapolis, Indiana. Completed in early 1928, it was the largest basketball arena in the United States until 1950. The facility was renamed Hinkle Fieldhouse in 1966 in honor of Butler's longtime coach and athletic director, Paul D. "Tony" Hinkle. It is the sixth-oldest college basketball arena still in use, as well as the oldest and among the largest basketball arenas in NCAA's Division I basketball.

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