There’s a real home court advantage in the Conference USA. Six schools have recorded a 77 percent or higher winning percentage at home over the past three seasons.

As we all know, the Conference USA has gone through two realignments over the past five seasons.

Originally I was going to take a sampling of the home wins and losses over five years, but, to make the sampling more consistent, I’ve decided to look at the past three seasons.

Of the six schools that made the list, only one was not in the Conference USA in 2013-14.

Let’s have a look at the top six toughest arenas in Conference USA.

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#6 – E. A. Diddle Arena

Est. 1963 ¦ Capacity: 7,326 ¦ VIRTUAL TOUR

2013-16 Record: 38-11 (77 percent)

Best Win: Southern Miss 68-65, December 2013 (KenPom Ranking #56)

Longest Home Win Streak: 9

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#5 – Don Haskins Center

Est. 1977 ¦ Capacity: 12,222

2013-16 Record: 41-11 (78 percent)

Best Win: Louisiana Tech 89-79, January 2014 (KenPom Ranking #34)

Longest Home Win Streak: 12

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#4 – Ted Constant Convocation Center

Est. 2002 ¦ Capacity: 9,100 ¦ VIRTUAL TOUR

2013-16 Record: 39-10 (79 percent)

Best Win: VCU 73-67, Novemeber 2014 (KenPom Ranking #28)

Longest Home Win Steak: 32

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#2 – Murphy Center Complex

Est. 1972 ¦ Capacity: 11,520

2013-16 Record: 37-8 (82 percent)

Best Win: Southern Miss 81-64, February 2015 (KenPom Ranking #56)

Longest Home Win Streak: 9

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#2 – Bartow Arena

Est. 1988 ¦ Capacity: 8,508

2013-16 Record: 41-9 (82 percent)

Best Win: North Carolina 63-59, December 2013 (KenPom Ranking #27)

Longest Home Win Streak: 25 and counting

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#1 – Thomas Assembly Center

Est. 1982 ¦ Capacity: 8,000

2013-16 Record: 45-2 (95 percent)

Best Win: Iona 89-88, March 2014 (KenPom Ranking #66)

Longest Home Win Streak: 39