Donald W. Reynolds Center
The home to men’s basketball is the 8,300-seat Donald W. Reynolds Center. Tulsa opened the venue on December 29, 1998 with a 79-51 victory over Cleveland State.
Since its opening the Reynolds Center has hosted highly-ranked programs like UNLV, Kansas, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Gonzaga, Utah and Memphis to name a few.
The 138,000-square foot building also houses a full-court practice gymnasium, as well as facilities for strength and conditioning and sports medicine.
The Golden Hurricane locker room area consists of a team room with state-of-the-art video, big screen television and pool table, as well as three large flat screen television monitors in the dressing room area. The walls are highlighted with historical achievements that include all-conference selections, All-Americans, post-season tournament teams and NBA draftees.