Posts tagged "college basketball"
stormingthefloor:

LIU’s fancy-dancy.

Long Island University’s former gym, the former Brooklyn Paramount Theatre, later known as the Schwartz Athletic Center.

stormingthefloor:

LIU’s fancy-dancy.

Long Island University’s former gym, the former Brooklyn Paramount Theatre, later known as the Schwartz Athletic Center.

6. Lucas Oil Stadium
Indianapolis, Indiana, USA
Built: 2008 - Capacity: 63,000 (football) 70,000 (basketball)
Home of the Indianapolis Colts, and site of Super Bowl XLVI and the 2010 and 2016 NCAA Men’s Final Four.
The stadium’s exterior was built to mimic the traditional fieldhouses of Indiana. The roof is retractable, and the large window on the north end of the stadium can be opened for views of downtown Indianapolis.
Photo by Carl Van Rooy. Linked photos of Colts and Final Four from Brian Hubbard and Flickr user slack13, respectively.

6. Lucas Oil Stadium

Indianapolis, Indiana, USA

Built: 2008 - Capacity: 63,000 (football) 70,000 (basketball)

Home of the Indianapolis Colts, and site of Super Bowl XLVI and the 2010 and 2016 NCAA Men’s Final Four.

The stadium’s exterior was built to mimic the traditional fieldhouses of Indiana. The roof is retractable, and the large window on the north end of the stadium can be opened for views of downtown Indianapolis.

Photo by Carl Van Rooy. Linked photos of Colts and Final Four from Brian Hubbard and Flickr user slack13, respectively.

1. The Palestra
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
Built: 1927 - Capacity: 8,722
Home of the University of Pennsylvania Quakers, and spiritual home of Philadelphia Big 5 basketball.
Photo by Jonathan Yardley

1. The Palestra

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA

Built: 1927 - Capacity: 8,722

Home of the University of Pennsylvania Quakers, and spiritual home of Philadelphia Big 5 basketball.

Photo by Jonathan Yardley

A list of stadiums, arenas, fields, fieldhouses, gyms, rinks, grounds and gardens we all want to visit before we die.

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