The Nebraska Men's Basketball Coaching Offices are located on the second floor of the Hendricks Training Complex .
The Nebraska men's basketball program moved into a new home on Oct. 13, 2011, with the official opening of the Hendricks Training Complex. The $18.7 million addition to the southwest side of the Bob Devaney Sports Center is the practice home of the men's and women's basketball and wrestling programs.
The Hendricks Training Complex provided 80,000 new square feet to NU's facilities, while also renovating 4,000 square feet inside the Devaney Center. The entire facility was specifically designed to maximize performance and efficiency for current and future Husker student-athletes, while providing technologically advanced settings to succeed.
The grand lobby of the Hendricks Training Complex includes a 5,500-pound granite basketball fountain with a net-like base. The lobby also includes a giant video wall with 14 monitors.
The players' corridor is a common hallway leading to the men's and women's basketball team areas. An LED sensor lighting system with 3-D basketballs captures the motion of the Huskers to follow them down the hallway.
Nebraska's practice gym is just steps away from the team room, video room and locker room on the main level of the Hendricks Training Complex. In between the gym, a satellite athletic medicine area provides easy taping and immediate treatment for the Huskers.
Nebraska's team lounge includes three 65-inch TVs, along with a food preparation area that includes a full-size refrigerator and a microwave. The lounge is in between the practice court and video room, which includes a wall-sized video screen and 23 theater-style chairs with swivel arm tables.
Nebraska's locker room features giant "N" graphics on the floor and ceiling, while the 20 personalized lockers include iPads.