It helps his team won its opener, of course, but Bellarmine coach Scotty Davenport went on and on about Evansville and the Ford Center and USI’s hosting of the GLVC men’s basketball tournament. “Jon Mark Hall (USI’s athletic director), Rodney Watson (USI’s men’s coach) and the people of Evansville, they’ve all been so friendly, so accomodating. They all deserve a big shout-out,” he said. “The Ford Center is a beautiful venue, a beautiful facility.” Then he encouraged as many Bellarmine fans to drive over here from Louisville for Saturday’s semifinal, which will take place at noon for his Knights and either No. 1 Drury or No. 8 Indianapolis.