The Nebraska Men's Basketball Coaching Offices are located on the second floor of the Hendricks Training Complex .
The Husker men’s basketball facilities are among the nation’s best, as the program moved into the Hendricks Training Complex in October of 2011. Husker players have the Neal and Jamie Hawks Players Lounge, which includes over 400’ of televisions, a plasma video wall, a custom couch, pool table and kitchen area, as well as an expansive sound system. The Husker looker room features 20 wooden lockers with built-in iPads, a Terrazzo flooring display, individualized displays and A/V jacks so players can play their own music throughout the facility. The locker room also features hot and cold tanks, as well as a shower area with three sprinkler heads and built in speakers to listen to music.
The 84,000-square foot Hendricks Training Complex opened in October of 2011, and is one of the nation’s premier basketball facilities. The two-level facility features the Bus Whitehead Court for practices, as well as a team meeting and film room, the Neal and Jamie Hawks Players Lounge as well as a 5,000-square foot weight room and an expanded nutrition oasis. The Bus Whitehead Court includes a court and a half of space with balcony viewing from the coaches’ offices, a 103’ plasma TV for coaching and instruction and acoustically treated walls for better communication inside the gym.
The men's practice court has been named in honor of Bus Whitehead, who led the Huskers to a pair of conference titles in 1949 and 1950 and passed away in June of 2010. A two-time all-conference performer, he was named captain of Nebraska's All-Century Team for his efforts on the court. Following his distinguished playing career, he started Whitehead Oil and was a strong supporter of the basketball programs. A member of the Nebraska Basketball Hall of Fame, the organization named its distinguished alumni award after Whitehead for his many accomplishments in the community.