The Vanderbilt Commodores men’s basketball team is a Division I program for Vanderbilt University. The team is located in Nashville, Tennessee and play their home games at the Memorial Gymnasium. The Memorial Gymnasium has a capacity of 14,316 people and was built in 1952. The building is bizarrely created, with the benches located at the baselines, giving Vanderbilt a unique home-court advantage due to no other arena featuring these bench locations. The team plays in the Southeastern Conference, known as the SEC. The team is currently coached by Kevin Stallings. Since 1999, Stallings has led the team to a 261-159 record including six NCAA Tournament appearances, twice making it to the Sweet Sixteen, and postseason appearances in ten of his thirteen years as coach of the team. Stallings is the first coach in school history to win 20-games seven times.