The Iowa State Cyclones men’s basketball team is a Division I program for Iowa State University. The team is located in Ames, Iowa and plays their home games at the Hilton Coliseum. The Hilton Coliseum has a capacity of 14,356 people and opened in 1971. The term “Hilton Magic” has been used to try to explain the occurrences that would happen at home. Included in this was the teams 39-game winning streak at home. The team plays in the Big 12 Conference. The team is currently coached by Fred Hoiberg. In his two years as coach, Hoiberg has put the team near the top of the Big 12, winning coach of the year in 2012 after a nine-win improvement from his first season to his second, and taking the team to the Third Round of the NCAA Tournament. In his two years as coach, Hoiberg is 39-27.
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