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Miami Hurricanes Basketball Details

“The U” has a reputation as a football school. But let us tell you a little secret: The basketball team is pretty good, too.

Basketball was first played at Miami in 1926, but the school dropped the sport in 1971 due to “sagging attendance and financial losses,” according to the Miami Herald. The program was restarted in 1985, and has since had a solid run of success.

The Hurricanes have reached double-digits in NCAA Tournament appearances, with a few runs to the Sweet Sixteen. They’ve had a number of good players – such as 2013 ACC Player of the Year Shane Larkin – but the best was Hall of Famer Rick Barry.

Barry led the nation with 37.4 points per game as a senior, ranks among the top 20 NBA players of all-time in points per game (24.78), and is near the top of the rankings in career free-throw percentage (89.98). Remember that Barry shot free throws underhanded, kids.

The Hurricanes play home games on their Coral Gables campus at the Watsco Center, which holds just under 8,000 fans. The vocal student section – known as “Storm Surge” – wears orange to every game.

Miami competes in the Atlantic Coast Conference, where it goes toe to toe with national powers such as Duke and North Carolina. In 2013, the ‘Canes won their first ACC regular-season title, and followed that up with their first ACC Tournament championship.

Make sure to have fun in the sun during the day in Miami. When the sun goes down, come to Coral Gables and watch some Hurricanes’ hoops. Get your tickets now!