|Former names||DeSoto Civic Center (2000–2011)|
|Address||4560 Venture Drive|
|Operator||DeSoto County Convention & Visitors Bureau|
8,400 (ice hockey)
|Broke ground||April 24, 1998|
|Opened||September 16, 2000|
($49.7 million in 2017 dollars)
|Architect||Johnson Bailey Henderson McNeel Architects|
|General contractor||Carothers Construction Inc.|
Mississippi RiverKings (CHL/SPHL) (2000–2018)|
Memphis Houn'Dawgs (ABA) (2000–2001)
Memphis Xplorers (af2) (2001–2006)
Memphis Hustle (NBA G League) (2017–present)
The Landers Center is an 8,400-seat multi-purpose arena in Southaven, Mississippi. It was built in 2000. It is home to the Memphis Hustle of the NBA G League, a minor league basketball team affiliated with the Memphis Grizzlies.
Several now-defunct teams have called the Landers Center home. These teams include the Memphis Xplorers of the AF2, the Memphis Houn'Dawgs of the American Basketball Association, and the Mississippi RiverKings of the Central Hockey League and Southern Professional Hockey League.
It also is used as a concert venue, boxing arena, and for ice shows and circuses. Since 2009, the Mid-South Fair has been held at the Landers Center. Formerly, the fair was held in midtown Memphis at the Fairgrounds.
On January 4, 2012, Memphis-based Landers Auto Group purchased the naming rights. The name was changed to the Landers Center.
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