During the last 30 years, UConn has been one of the most popular sports programs in the nation, with a large fan base both on campus and in the surrounding community. UConn's men's basketball team has won two national championships, and has been one of the most dominant programs in Division I in recent years. The Huskies have been to the NCAA Tournament three times, and are in the hunt for a second straight national title. This season, UConn has eight victories, including a win against the top-ranked Auburn Tigers at the Maggie Dixon Classic. The Huskies play their home games at the XL Center in Hartford.

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UConn has had a number of players and coaches who have had a great impact on the history of the program. Some of the most recognizable names include Ray Allen, Wes Bialosuknia, and Bob Brown. Bob Brown is a former UConn player who had a huge vertical leap for his size and was a clutch shooter. He scored 40 or more points in three games during his four seasons with the Huskies. He also served in the Korean War and was invited to try out for the Boston Celtics and the Syracuse Nationals.

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Jeff Adrien is another player who has made a significant impact on UConn's history. He is one of five players to score more than 1,000 points, and he is one of the top rebounders in UConn history, with a 1,126-rebound total. He was voted to the UConn All-Century team. He was also voted the Big East Rookie of the Year. He was a key contributor to the Huskies' 2004 national championship team. He averaged 11.6 points and 5.6 rebounds per game. He was also the Huskies' leading scorer in the second round of the NCAA Tournament. He led the Huskies to their second straight Elite Eight in 2006.

Toby Kimball was a legendary rebounder for the Huskies. He recorded 63 double-doubles in his career. He was a key contributor to the UConn teams that won three Yankee Conference championships in a row. He scored 1,361 points, and is ranked 21 on the Huskies all-time leading scorers list. He is also one of the few players in the history of the program to shoot over 40 percent from the three-point line. He ranks fourth in UConn history in blocks per game.

Jerome Dyson was another great back court player for the Huskies. He scored 13.9 points per game in his freshman year, and was one of the most prolific shooters in the program's history.

He was also one of the Huskies' leading scorers for the next four years. He was also one of the top rebounders in the program, averaging 3.7 steals per game. He ranks third in the program's career steals list. He was also named the Big East's Rookie of the Year in 1994. He ranks seventh in UConn history in field goals made with 636. He is also ranked eighth in the program's all-time three-point shooting list with 293 shots.