Bob Knight returned to Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall on Thursday for the second time in 20 years to watch No. 22 IU women’s basketball in its final regular season home game against Nebraska.
Knight was honored during the IU men’s basketball halftime game against Purdue on Feb. 8 in his first return to Assembly Hall since his firing in 2000.
On Thursday, Knight sat at the southwest corner of the arena away from the spotlight while holding a bucket of popcorn.
Knight coached the IU men’s basketball program to three national championships and five Final-Four appearances during his time as head coach. Knight was let go by IU for violating the zero tolerance policy.
He left the game with 3:14 left in the third quarter.
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