The movie chronicles the memories and experiences of nine Indiana basketball legends, including interview clips with Bobby Plump, Oscar Robertson, George McGinnis, Larry Bird, Judi Warren, Steve Alford, Damon Bailey, Stephanie White and Katie Douglas. Most segments were filmed in gymnasiums or arenas that were significant to their careers.
The opening montage includes scenes from Milan’s 1954 state championship victory, Crispus Attucks’ 1956 state finals triumph, Scott Skiles’ late-game dramatics in the 1982 championship game and Luke Zeller’s half-court heave to win the 2005 3A championship for the Washington Hatchets.
The film is available for viewing during normal museum hours. Admission is $5 for adults, $3 for children 12 and under. Clips can be viewed at at https://youtu.be/iU1wfinpNBM. Info: www.hoopshall.com.