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IU autograph, awards celebration set for April 26

The Indiana basketball team will open its team awards ceremony to the public, and will have an autograph session, at the IU Varsity Club Presents the Men's Basketball Awards Celebration on April 26 at Assembly Hall. Admission is free and doors will open at 6 p.m.

IU coach Tom Crean and players will be available for autographs in the concourse of Assembly Hall from 6 to 7 p.m.

NORTH CONCOURSE

Calbert Cheaney, Kory Barnett, Christian Watford, Victor Oladipo, Daniel Moore, Jordan Hulls. Remy Abell, Tom Pritchard, Derek Elston

SOUTH CONCOURSE

Coach Crean, Austin Etherington, Maurice Creek. Will Sheehey, Verdell Jones III, Raphael Smith, Jeff Howard, Matt Roth, Cody Zeller

Following the autograph session, the men's basketball staff will present its 2011-12 end of season awards at center court of Assembly Hall. Fans can watch the proceedings by sitting on the west side of Branch McCracken Court. Concession stands will be open throughout the event.

"Our fans played such a huge role in our success this season," Crean said in a statement. "I think it is a wonderful opportunity to remember the year in a way where as many people as possible can be a part of it. It should be a great event."

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