Indiana Hoosiers fans put Brad Stevens shrine outside Assembly Hall

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Indiana fans create Brad Stevens shrine outside Assembly Hall originally appeared on NBC Sports Boston

Indiana Hoosiers fans aren't exactly being subtle about who they want as their next head coach.

On Saturday, a shrine of Boston Celtics head coach and Indiana native Brad Stevens was spotted in front of Assembly Hall.

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Unfortunately for the folks in Indiana, Stevens isn't going anywhere. Before Friday's C's game, he addressed the Indiana speculation and confirmed he's staying in Boston.

"I said it the other day: I'm not [considering it]," Stevens said. "And I tried to say it as clearly as I could and also make sure that people understand that that place to me is special. Because I don't want to make it sound like it's not. But, like I said the other day, I'm so grateful to this organization, and to the people [in Boston], and for all that they've done for us."

It's easy to understand why Indiana fans want Stevens to take over the program. He took Butler to back-to-back Final Fours (one NCAA championship appearance) before joining the C's in 2013.

Currently, Stevens and the Celtics are in rough shape. Boston is eighth in the Eastern Conference with a 20-21 record after suffering three straight losses.