The Oral Roberts Golden Eagles men's basketball team is the basketball team representing Oral Roberts University in Tulsa, Oklahoma. The team is a member of Summit League. The team has made a appearances in five NCAA Tournaments, the most recent appearance in 2008 which marked their third consecutive trip to the NCAA Tournament. The team has also appeared in eight National Invitation Tournaments, one College Basketball Invitational, and two CollegeInsider.com Postseason Tournaments. The school has won seven regular season conference championships and five tournament championships. The school has been members of the Southland Conference and the Midwestern Collegiate Conference.
On April 10, 2017, the school fired all-time winningest coach Scott Sutton after 18 years. He finished with an overall record of 328–247. The school named Paul Mills as the new head coach on April 28.
Prior to the 1993–94 season, ORU was known as the Titans. The Golden Eagles and Tulsa Golden Hurricane exchange a traveling trophy, the Mayor's Cup, in the two teams' crosstown rivalry.
Mabee Center is an 11,300-seat multi-purpose arena, located on the campus of Oral Roberts University, in Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA. The building opened in 1972 and was designed by architect Frank Wallace, who designed most of the buildings on the ORU campus. It carries the name of Tulsa oilman John Mabee, whose foundation donated $1 million toward its construction.
An adjacent building, smaller but similar in shape, is known as "Baby Mabee" and houses a television production studio.
Mabee Center opened in 1972 and has hosted the NAIA national men's basketball championship (1994-1998), five NCAA men's first-round or regional tournaments (1974, 1975, 1978, 1982, 1985) and the Midwestern City Conference (now Horizon League) men's basketball conference tournaments (1982, 1985).
It is home to the Oral Roberts Golden Eagles men's and women's basketball teams. It was Eastern Oklahoma's largest arena until the BOK Center was built.