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From the beginnings of basketball in Indiana in the 1890s to modern times, a visit to our 14,000 square foot New Castle museum will be a history lesson on the tradition, passion, and culture that comprises basketball in Indiana.
Our enshrinement hall profiles the legends of Indiana basketball. From Wooden, Bird, The Big O, and LaTaunya Pollard to the other men and women who have made Indiana basketball great, you will find career information on each of our inductees.
The Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame has welcomed Hare Chevrolet as its newest corporate partner. Located in Noblesville, Hare Chevrolet is America’s Oldest Transportation Company.
Looking for a gift for that basketball fan in your life? Our new online gift shop allows you to find that perfect item. Check out our collection of shirts, hats, books, DVDs, basketballs, posters and other fun items.
Gene brought an article with him that was written by Jeff Wolfe in March of 1991 and published in the Columbus Evening Republic that caught my attention. It concerned a farm house in Decatur County which had produced over 6000 points scored by high school basketball players over a span of just over 30 years.
The 2015 City Securities Hall of Fame Classic on December 29 and 30 guarantees history in the making when for the first time in Indiana high school basketball history two players who have each previously surpassed 2,000 career points face each other.