College Basketball Experience
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|Established||October 10, 2007|
|Location||Kansas City, Missouri|
|Type||College Basketball Hall of Fame|
The College Basketball Experience is a 41,500-square-foot (3,860 m2) fan interactive facility located downtown in Kansas City, Missouri, which includes the National Collegiate Basketball Hall of Fame. It cost $24 million to build, was opened in October 2007, and is owned and operated by the National Association of Basketball Coaches Foundation.
The Hall of Honor
The Hall of Honor is a quiet, reverential area separate and distinct from other program areas. Within the Hall are the Honor Theater, Mentor’s Circle and Gallery of Honor which offer a counterpoint to the rest of the experience and enable visitors to pay homage the art of coaching and to Hall of Honor inductees: the greatest college coaches, players, teams and contributors of all time. Interactive media, iconic elements, and graphics integrate to provide a rich, engaging experience.
College Basketball Experience Classic
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- Nichols, Joel (March 10, 2016). "Hoops fans get the College Basketball Experience in Kansas City". KSHB-TV. Kshb.com. Retrieved May 4, 2016.