1992–93 Indiana Hoosiers men's basketball team

The 1992–93 Indiana Hoosiers men's basketball team represented Indiana University. Their head coach was Bobby Knight, who was in his 22nd year. The team played its home games in Assembly Hall in Bloomington, Indiana, and was a member of the Big Ten Conference.

1992–93 Indiana Hoosiers men's basketball
Indiana Hoosiers logo.svg
Big Ten Regular Season Champions
ConferenceBig Ten Conference
Ranking
CoachesNo. 5
APNo. 1
1992–93 record31–4 (17–1 Big Ten)
Head coachBobby Knight (22nd season)
Assistant coaches
CaptainCalbert Cheaney
Greg Graham
Matt Nover
Chris Reynolds
Home arenaAssembly Hall
Seasons
1992–93 Big Ten Conference men's basketball standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   PCT     W   L   PCT
#1 Indiana 17 1   .944     31 4   .886
#13 Iowa 11 7   .611     23 9   .719
Illinois 11 7   .611     19 13   .594
Minnesota 9 9   .500     22 10   .688
#22 Purdue 9 9   .500     18 10   .643
Ohio State 8 10   .444     15 13   .536
Michigan State 7 11   .389     15 13   .536
Wisconsin 7 11   .389     14 14   .500
Northwestern 3 15   .167     8 19   .296
Penn State 2 16   .111     7 20   .259
#3 Michigan 0 3   .000     0 4   .000
Rankings from AP Poll
*Michigan vacated all games due to NCAA sanctions.
Disputed record (15-3, 31-5)

The Hoosiers finished the regular season with an overall record of 31–4 and a conference record of 17–1, finishing 1st in the Big Ten Conference. As the Big Ten Conference Champions, the Hoosiers were invited to participate in the 1993 NCAA Tournament as a 1-seed, where IU advanced to the Elite Eight for the second year in a row.[1]

RosterEdit

No. Name Position Ht. Year Hometown
11 Malcolm Sims G 6–4 Fr. Shaker Heights, Ohio
20 Greg Graham G 6–4 Sr. Indianapolis, Indiana
21 Chris Reynolds G 6–1 Sr. Peoria, Illinois
22 Damon Bailey G 6–3 Jr. Bedford, Indiana
24 Matt Nover C 6–8 Sr. Chesterton, Indiana
25 Pat Knight G 6–6 So. Bloomington, Indiana
30 Todd Leary G 6–3 Jr. Indianapolis, Indiana
33 Pat Graham G 6–5 Jr. Floyds Knobs, Indiana
34 Brian Evans F 6–8 Fr. Terre Haute, Indiana
40 Calbert Cheaney F 6–7 Sr. Evansville, Indiana
44 Alan Henderson F 6–9 So. Indianapolis, Indiana
50 Todd Lindeman C 7–1 RS So. Channing, Michigan

Schedule/ResultsEdit

Date
time, TV
Rank# Opponent# Result Record Site
city, state
Regular Season
11/18/1992*
No. 4 Murray State
Preseason NIT First Round
W 103–80  1–0
Assembly Hall 
Bloomington, Indiana
11/20/1992*
No. 4 Tulane
Preseason NIT Second Round
W 102–92  2–0
Assembly Hall 
Bloomington, Indiana
11/25/1992*
No. 4 vs. No. 7 Florida State
Preseason NIT Semifinals
W 81–78 OT 3–0
Madison Square Garden 
New York City
11/27/1992*
No. 4 vs. Seton Hall
Preseason NIT Championship
W 78–74  4–0
Madison Square Garden 
New York City
12/5/1992*
No. 2 vs. No. 3 Kansas L 69–74  4–1
Hoosier Dome 
Indianapolis
12/8/1992*
No. 8 at Notre Dame W 75–70  5–1
Joyce Center 
Notre Dame, Indiana
12/11/1992*
No. 4 Austin Peay
Indiana Classic
W 107–61  6–1
Assembly Hall 
Bloomington, Indiana
12/12/1992*
No. 4 Western Michigan
Indiana Classic
W 97–58  7–1
Assembly Hall 
Bloomington, Indiana
12/19/1992*
No. 4 Cincinnati W 79–64  8–1
Assembly Hall 
Bloomington, Indiana
12/23/1992*
No. 4 St. John's W 105–80  9–1
Assembly Hall 
Bloomington, Indiana
12/27/1992*
No. 4 vs. Butler
Union Federal Hoosier Classic
W 90–48  10–1
Market Square Arena 
Indianapolis
12/28/1992*
No. 4 vs. Colorado
Union Federal Hoosier Classic
W 85–65  11–1
Market Square Arena 
Indianapolis
1/3/1993*
No. 4 vs. Kentucky
Indiana–Kentucky rivalry
L 78–81  11–2
Freedom Hall 
Louisville, Kentucky
1/6/1993
No. 5 Iowa W 75–67  12–2 (1–0)
Assembly Hall 
Bloomington, Indiana
1/9/1993
No. 5 Penn State W 105–57  13–2 (2–0)
Assembly Hall 
Bloomington, Indiana
1/12/1993
No. 6 at No. 2 Michigan W 76–75  14–2 (3–0)
Crisler Arena 
Ann Arbor, Michigan
1/16/1993
No. 6 at Illinois
Rivalry
W 83–79  15–2 (4–0)
Assembly Hall 
Champaign, Illinois
1/19/1993
No. 2 at Purdue
Rivalry
W 74–65  16–2 (5–0)
Mackey Arena 
West Lafayette, Indiana
1/24/1993
No. 2 Ohio State W 96–69  17–2 (6–0)
Assembly Hall 
Bloomington, Indiana
1/27/1993
No. 2 Minnesota W 61–57  18–2 (7–0)
Assembly Hall 
Bloomington, Indiana
1/30/1993
No. 2 at Northwestern W 93–71  19–2 (8–0)
Welsh-Ryan Arena 
Evanston, Illinois
2/6/1993
No. 1 at Iowa W 73–66  20–2 (9–0)
Carver–Hawkeye Arena 
Iowa City, Iowa
2/9/1993
No. 1 at Penn State W 88–84  21–2 (10–0)
Rec Hall 
University Park, Pennsylvania
2/14/1993
No. 1 No. 4 Michigan W 93–92  22–2 (11–0)
Assembly Hall 
Bloomington, Indiana
2/17/1993
No. 1 Illinois
Rivalry
W 93–71  23–2 (12–0)
Assembly Hall 
Bloomington, Indiana
2/21/1993
No. 1 Purdue
Rivalry
W 93–78  24–2 (13–0)
Assembly Hall 
Bloomington, Indiana
2/23/1993
No. 1 at Ohio State L 77–81  24–3 (13–1)
St. John Arena 
Columbus, Ohio
2/27/1993
No. 1 at Minnesota W 86–75  25–3 (14–1)
Williams Arena 
Minneapolis
3/4/1993
No. 2 Northwestern W 98–69  26–3 (15–1)
Assembly Hall 
Bloomington, Indiana
3/10/1993
No. 2 Michigan State W 99–68  27–3 (16–1)
Assembly Hall 
Bloomington, Indiana
3/14/1993
No. 2 at Wisconsin W 87–80  28–3 (17–1)
Wisconsin Field House 
Madison, Wisconsin
NCAA Tournament
3/19/1993*
No. 1 (1) vs. No. (16) Wright State
First Round
W 97–54  29–3 (17–1)
Hoosier Dome 
Indianapolis
3/21/1993*
No. 1 (1) vs. No. (9) Xavier
Second Round
W 73–70  30–3 (17–1)
Hoosier Dome 
Indianapolis
3/25/1993*
No. 1 (1) vs. No. (4) Louisville
Sweet Sixteen
W 82–69  31–3 (17–1)
St. Louis Arena 
St. Louis
3/27/1993*
No. 1 (1) vs. No. 9 (2) Kansas
Elite Eight
L 77–83  31–4 (17–1)
St. Louis Arena 
St. Louis
*Non-conference game. #Rankings from AP Poll. (#) Tournament seedings in parentheses.

Awards and honorsEdit

Team players drafted into the NBAEdit

Round Pick Player NBA Club
1 6 Calbert Cheaney Washington Bullets
1 17 Greg Graham Charlotte Hornets

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ReferencesEdit

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