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Basketball is like a religion in the state of Indiana and that is well represented by the program and history of the Indiana Hoosiers. The Hoosiers are one of the nation’s most historic college basketball teams that has seen a lot of success since their beginning. The Hoosiers led by head coach Tom Crean are always a team to look out for because this historic team can make a run at any time and could potentially be a national contender.

The long history of Indiana Hoosier basketball begins in 1900 when the program was first introduced. The rise for the Hoosiers was slow and it really took off in 1924 when former player, Everett Dean, took over as head coach. Dean had a lot of success coaching at his alma mater and coached until 1938. Dean had a 162-93 record with 3 Big 10 Conference titles and 10 winning seasons. Dean left the university to coach at Stanford. The Hoosiers would hire another former player as their next head coach when they hired Branch McCracken in 1938. McCracken had previously been coaching at Ball State. McCracken really put Indiana on the map and led the Hoosiers to a lot of success as he coached until 1965. During his coaching stint, he took a brief intermission to serve in the United States Navy during WWII. McCracken led Indiana to first two National Championships in 1940 and 1953. McCracken had an overall record of 364-174 in his career with Indiana which included 4 Big Ten Championships and 20 winning seasons. Indiana saw a brief stint at head coach from Lou Watson who was McCracken’s assistant coach. Watson went 61-60 from 1965-1971 before Indiana hired legendary coach Bob Knight. Coach Knight came to Indiana after coaching at Army. Knight made an immediate impact and had a lot of success in his time at Indiana. Knight only missed the national tournament once in his career with the Hoosiers and led them to 3 more National Championships in 1976, 1981, and 1987. Knight finished at Indiana with an overall record of 662-239 with 5 Final Four appearances, 11 Big Ten Championships, 1 Naismith National Coach of the Year award, and 8 Big Ten Coach of the Year Awards. Knight was controversially let go from head coaching duties due to many incidents that supposedly involved inappropriate coaching tactics.

The next Indiana hire was a Knight assistant, Mike Davis. Coach Davis had a decent career coaching the Hoosiers going 115-79 and winning the Big Ten in 2002, but faced a lot of criticism due to not winning another title. Davis resigned in 2006. The next coach that Indiana hired was Kelvin Sampson who coached from 2006-2008. Although he had a decent record of 43-15, Sampson had violated recruiting policies and accepted a buyout of his contract in 2008. Current head coach Tom Crean was hired in 2008 and has had success with the program so far. Crean had a very slow start his first few seasons were losing ones but quickly changed things around in his 4th year going 27-9 and making it to the Sweet Sixteen. Crean currently has a 148-119 record with 2 Big 10 Titles and was the Big Ten Coach of the Year in 2016. The Hoosiers appear to be under the direction of the right man and may soon be at the level of teams in the past.

Indiana had success in 2015 and made it into the Sweet Sixteen but fell short to the North Carolina Tar Heels. For the Hoosiers, that’s a step in the right direction and they believe that they are building in the right direction. Coach Crean has the Hoosiers in a good spot and they should continue to improve as they look to bring a title back to the Hoosier nation once again.


Assembly Hall is home to the Indiana Hoosiers basketball team and is one of the greatest venues to view a college basketball game. The history behind the Indiana program is legendary and it shows with how passionate their fan base is. On game day, Hoosier fans flock to Assembly Hall to cheer on the Hoosiers to a victory. These games are often very difficult to get to so check out Rukkus for the cheapest Indiana Hoosiers Basketball tickets available.

Indiana Hoosiers Basketball Lineup

  • James Blackmon Jr.
  • Max Hoetzel
  • Robert Johnson
  • Troy Williams
  • Ryan Burton
  • Yogi Ferrell
  • Hanner Mosquera-Perea
  • Devin Davis
  • Nick Zeisloft
  • Stanford Robinson
  • Nate Ritchie
  • Emmitt Holt
  • Collin Hartman
  • Tim Priller
  • Jeremiah April

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Cheap Indiana Hoosiers Basketball Tickets

The events below have been the cheapest of the season. We've listed the starting (lowest) price for any ticket to the event.
$2.00 Indiana Hoosiers at Maryland Terrapins Football — 11/21/2015
Byrd Stadium; College Park, MD
$3.00 Iowa Hawkeyes at Indiana Hoosiers Basketball — 12/04/2017
State Farm Center; Champaign, IL
$3.00 Austin Peay Governors at Indiana Hoosiers Basketball — 11/16/2015
Assembly Hall; Bloomington, Indiana
$3.00 Tennessee Tech Golden Eagles at Indiana Hoosiers Basketball — 12/21/2017
State Farm Center; Champaign, IL
$4.00 Alcorn State Braves at Indiana Hoosiers Basketball — 11/30/2015
Assembly Hall; Bloomington, Indiana
$4.00 IPFW Mastodons at Indiana Hoosiers Basketball — 12/09/2015
Assembly Hall; Bloomington, Indiana
$4.00 Texas Southern Tigers at Indiana Hoosiers Basketball — 11/17/2014
Assembly Hall; Bloomington, Indiana
$4.00 Indiana Hoosiers at Michigan State Spartans Basketball — 01/05/2015
Jack Breslin Student Events Center; East Lansing, MI
$4.00 Exhibitioin: Bellarmine Knights at Indiana Hoosiers Basketball — 11/09/2015
Assembly Hall; Bloomington, Indiana
$5.00 Indiana Hoosiers at Michigan Wolverines Basketball — 02/02/2016
Crisler Center; Ann Arbor, MI

Best and Most Expensive Indiana Hoosiers Basketball Tickets

The events below have been the most expensive of the season. Their starting prices are listed to the left.
$256.00Michigan Wolverines at Indiana Hoosiers Basketball — 02/12/2017
State Farm Center; Champaign, IL
$247.00Purdue Boilermakers at Indiana Hoosiers Basketball — 02/20/2016
Assembly Hall; Bloomington, Indiana
$241.00NCAA Mens Basketball Tournament - All Sessions — 03/17/2016
Wells Fargo Arena; Des Moines, IA
$227.00NCAA Mens Basketball East Regionals - Session 1 — 03/25/2016
Wells Fargo Center PA; Philadelphia, PA
$183.00Indiana Hoosiers at Iowa Hawkeyes Basketball — 03/01/2016
Carver Hawkeye Arena; Iowa City, IA
$174.00Purdue Boilermakers at Indiana Hoosiers Basketball — 02/09/2017
State Farm Center; Champaign, IL
$164.00NCAA Mens Basketball Tournament - Session 3 — 03/19/2016
Wells Fargo Arena; Des Moines, IA
$163.00Michigan State Spartans at Indiana Hoosiers Basketball — 01/21/2017
State Farm Center; Champaign, IL
$153.00Indiana Hoosiers at Duke Blue Devils Basketball — 12/02/2015
Cameron Indoor Stadium; Durham, NC
$147.00Ohio State Buckeyes at Indiana Hoosiers Basketball — 02/23/2018
State Farm Center; Champaign, IL