“Home of the Duke Blue Devils”
Duke University's Cameron Indoor Stadium, the crown jewel of college basketball's classic venues, was conceived on the back of a matchbook cover in 1935 and renovated in the late 1980s at a cost of $2 million. Cameron underwent a series of improvements over the summer of 2009 to enhance the gameday experience, while also retaining the revered qualities of the facility as the home of the Blue Devils. It is one of the few indoor arenas with a "Stadium" name (the old Chicago Stadium was another). The students and fans are known as "Cameron Crazies" for their support of the team and loud cheering that has been recorded as high as 121.3 dB, which is louder than a power saw at 3' or a jackhammer. For access to major games, including those against the University of North Carolina, students reside in tents for months in an area outside of Cameron known as "Krzyzewskiville". The hardwood floor was dedicated and renamed Coach K Court in November 2000.
The greatest and most historic arena in college basketball is home to five national championships and the legendary Cameron Crazies.
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