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The North Texas Mean Green men's basketball team represents the University of North Texas in NCAA Division I college basketball, competing as a member of Conference USA. For most of its history, the Mean Green have had patches of success, starting in the 1970s when the team received its first ever top-20 ranking under head coach Bill Blakeley as well as success in the late 1980s and early 1990s under head coach Jimmy Gales and then again in the mid to late 2000s under head coach Johnny Jones. They have made appearances in the NCAA Tournament on three different occasions, first time in 1988, then again in 2007 and 2010. The Mean Green went on an especially strong run in the 2006–2010 era, with two tournament appearances, two conference championships, and posting more wins over this time period than any other Division I team in the state of Texas The 2011–12 and 2012–13 teams featured the only 5-star recruit to play for North Texas in Tony Mitchell. In one season, he became the program's all-time leader in blocks.
Location: Denton
Arena/Stadium: UNT Coliseum
Head Coach: Grant McCasland

Latest games

Mar 26
From The Sobrato Center in San Francisco
Mar 14
From Sanford Coyote Sports Center in Vermillion
Feb 22
From Ocean Bank Convocation Center in University Park