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Our prestigious Classic is among the highlights of the high school basketball season. Played each December in New Castle, make plans to attend our 2016 City Securities Hall of Fame Classic to see the best of Indiana high school girls and boys basketball!
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.
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A new short film titled “Only in Indiana” has debuted at the Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame’s Danielson Theater.
The 15-minute film, chronicling the memories and experiences of nine Indiana basketball legends, was the brainchild of the late philanthropist and Hall of Fame supporter, Danny Danielson.
Chandler is located in Warrick County about five miles west of the county seat Boonville and thirteen miles east of downtown Evansville and today has a population of about 2900. Chandler High School first played in the state tournament in 1925 in the Evansville sectional, the Panthers were matched up with archrival and county foe Boonville, losing 22-19.