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Joe Boozell | NCAA.com | February 13, 2016

Brad Stevens attends first game at Hinkle Fieldhouse since leaving for Celtics

Welcome back, Brad Stevens.

The former Butler head coach is attending his first game at Hinkle Fieldhouse since departing for the Boston Celtics this afternoon. The Bulldogs are taking on Xavier, one of their most intense rivals.

Stevens led Butler to consecutive Final Four appearances in 2010 and 2011 and went 166-49 in his time in Indianapolis. The head coach and his family have some time off due to NBA All-Star Weekend festivities, and they made it a point to pay a visit to their former home.

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