The basketball team of Indiana State is a strong one.

The basketball team from Terre Haute, Indiana's Indiana State University is known as the Indiana State program. 

Belonging to the Missouri Valley Conference (MVC), the squad plays in Division I of the NCAA basketball tournament.

The men's basketball program at Indiana State University has a long and storied history of success. Under head coach Bill Hodges, the 1978–79 squad achieved an unprecedented feat, advancing to the NCAA Championship game. 

This event will go down in program history as one of the most memorable. Under the leadership of future Hall of Famer Larry Bird, the Sycamores enthralled the nation with their Cinderella tale, but they were defeated in the championship game by the Michigan State Spartans and finished as the national runners-up.

The basketball team at Indiana State University has been on a winning streak and has produced players who have gone on to play professionally, despite the fact that it is not typically the talk of the nation. 

The team competes against other schools from the Midwest in a tightly contested matchup that takes place in the Missouri Valley Conference each and every season.

If you want to know what's happening with the Indiana State basketball program right now, you may check out the official athletics website or follow the team on different social networking sites through the Indiana State website.

You can choose between the two possibilities. Both of these options will be available to you whenever you visit the website.

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