About the Championship
The 2015 Phillips 66 Big 12 Men's Basketball Championship will be held at the Sprint Center in downtown Kansas City on Wednesday, March 11 through Saturday, March 14.
This will mark the sixth consecutive year the event has been held at the Sprint Center and the seventh overall. The 2015 championship will be the 14th held in Kansas City (1997-2002, '05, '08, '10-'15). Other cities to host the event include Dallas (2003-'04, '06) and Oklahoma City (2007, '09).
Iowa State claimed the title in 2014 after defeating Baylor in the championship game, 74-65. The 2014 championship marked the second Big 12 postseason championship for the Cyclones (2000). Kansas leads the league with nine postseason crowns (1997-'99, 2006-'08, '10-'11, '13.). Other schools to win the championship are Missouri (20009, '12), Oklahoma (2001-'03), Oklahoma State (2004-'05).
|2014||Sprint Center||Kansas City||Iowa State|
|2013||Sprint Center||Kansas City||Kansas|
|2012||Sprint Center||Kansas City||Missouri|
|2011||Sprint Center||Kansas City||Kansas|
|2010||Sprint Center||Kansas City||Kansas|
|2009||Ford Center||Oklahoma City||Missouri|
|2008||Sprint Center||Kansas City||Kansas|
|2007||Ford Center||Oklahoma City||Kansas|
|2006||American Airlines Center||Dallas||Kansas|
|2005||Kemper Arena||Kansas City||Oklahoma State|
|2004||American Airlines Center||Dallas||Oklahoma State|
|2003||American Airlines Center||Dallas||Oklahoma|
|2002||Kemper Arena||Kansas City||Oklahoma|
|2001||Kemper Arena||Kansas City||Oklahoma|
|2000||Kemper Arena||Kansas City||Iowa State|
|1999||Kemper Arena||Kansas City||Kansas|
|1998||Kemper Arena||Kansas City||Kansas|
|1997||Kemper Arena||Kansas City||Kansas|