Herald-Times photographer David Snodgress went inside the recently named Cook Hall last week and captured what the new basketball practice facility looks like.
Indiana University’s new basketball practice building next to Assembly Hall offers equal facilities for mens and womens teams, eliminating the need to share the single court in Assembly Hall and expanding training equipment.
A single wall divides the men’s (right) and women’s practice courts.
Jim McElroy, project engineer for Weddle Bros. Building Group, looks down on the men’s basketball practice court.
Men’s practice court in IU’s new basketball practice building, which should be completed by March 15.
Practice court for the men’s basketball team in Cook Hall.
The locker room for the men’s team features the big IU logo.
The locker room showers include a whirlpool tub.
Training facilities include a new treadmill integrated hydotherapy pool.
The hydrotherapy area includes pools for a hot plunge (left) and cold plunge, which can cool the water to 30 degrees.
Coach Tom Crean’s office has windows looking north toward Assembly Hall.
The coaches have a lockerroom that includes a lounge, lockers and showers with steam room.
Office for IU women’s basketball coach Felisha Legette-Jack.
Lobby of IU’s new basketball practice building.
The floors on the court level are highly-varnished wood.
McElroy walks through the tunnel that connects the practice building with Assembly Hall.
Cook Hall is adjacent to Assembly Hall.