The VCU Rams men’s basketball team is a Division I program for Virginia Commonwealth University. The team is located in Richmond, Virginia and plays their home games at the Stuart C. Siegel Center. The Stuart C. Siegel Center has a capacity of 7,622 people and opened in 1999. The Rams have one of the best home-court advantages, with a win percentage of .852, good enough for 13th best in the nation. 2012 marks the first year the team is playing in the A-10, with the past two decades the team played in the Colonial Athletic League. The team plays in the Atlantic 10 Conference. The team is currently coached by Shaka Smart. In Smart’s three years as coach, he has led the team to 27 or more wins every season, compiling an 84-28 record. In that time, he led the Rams to a CBI championship, and two NCAA Tournament appearances including the team’s first ever trip to the Final Four. Not only was it the team’s first trip to the Final Four, but also the team’s first ever appearance past the Round of 32.