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PURDUE (14 - 3) at IOWA (10 - 7)
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Thursday, 1/12/2017 9:00 PM
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PURDUE - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games14-3+49-58-682.939.848.8%40.265.431.340.2%29.8
Road Games5-1+44-25-
Last 5 Games4-1+22-22-280.841.847.8%41.266.630.040.5%29.4
Conference Games3-1+22-22-
PURDUE Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)82.939.829-6048.8%9-2340.5%15-2073.4%40920155143
vs opponents surrendering71.233.225-5942.0%7-2233.4%14-2070.4%36914196143
Team Stats (Road Games)84.038.229-5949.6%11-2349.6%14-1972.6%391018185142
Stats Against (All Games)65.431.325-6240.2%7-2032.3%9-1274.4%30712197133
vs opponents averaging75.736.127-6044.7%8-2235.4%14-2070.6%37914197134
Stats Against (Road Games)71.035.527-6044.4%6-1930.4%11-1574.2%29712187123

IOWA - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games10-7-65-76-883.040.245.9%40.877.435.542.2%39.5
Home Games9-2-2.54-33-588.543.847.8%42.474.633.440.1%41.0
Last 5 Games3-2+1.22-22-380.034.645.4%40.676.834.841.1%40.4
Conference Games2-2+1.21-22-277.732.543.2%41.081.738.545.1%40.5
IOWA Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)83.040.229-6345.9%9-2436.7%16-2370.1%411017187144
vs opponents surrendering72.434.226-6043.1%8-2235.2%13-1969.2%37914196143
Team Stats (Home Games)88.543.830-6447.8%9-2438.9%18-2767.2%421119188145
Stats Against (All Games)77.435.528-6742.2%8-2435.2%12-1867.7%391216208143
vs opponents averaging76.436.327-6145.0%8-2236.3%13-1968.9%37915187133
Stats Against (Home Games)74.633.428-6940.1%8-2533.3%11-1765.4%411315228162
Average power rating of opponents played: PURDUE 75.9,  IOWA 75.2
PURDUE - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
11/26/2016NEW JERSEY TECH79-68W - -26-6043.3%371624-5543.6%2517
11/30/2016@ LOUISVILLE64-71L6L139.5U19-5335.8%341728-5848.3%3612
12/3/2016MOREHEAD ST90-56W-21.5W140.5O34-6155.7%38924-6536.9%3412
12/6/2016*ARIZONA ST97-64W-12W156.5O38-6459.4%441524-6735.8%2810
12/10/2016CLEVELAND ST77-53W-23W144U28-5848.3%441520-6431.2%3414
12/17/2016*NOTRE DAME86-81W-1.5W149O30-6645.5%40933-6749.3%3010
12/19/2016W ILLINOIS82-50W-29.5W139U27-6442.2%51619-6131.1%2911
12/21/2016NORFOLK ST91-45W - -35-6355.6%451219-6031.7%2318
1/5/2017@ OHIO ST76-75W-3L142.5O27-6342.9%441226-5944.1%3211
1/12/2017@ IOWA              
1/21/2017PENN ST              
1/24/2017@ MICHIGAN ST              
1/29/2017@ NEBRASKA              
2/4/2017@ MARYLAND              

IOWA - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
11/29/2016@ NOTRE DAME78-92L11.5L154.5O27-7138.0%32626-5547.3%4514
12/8/2016IOWA ST78-64W6W162.5U26-5547.3%421325-7035.7%3911
12/17/2016*N IOWA69-46W2.5W144U28-5848.3%431315-5626.8%2911
12/20/2016N DAKOTA84-73W-11T165.5U28-6046.7%411027-6541.5%3716
12/22/2016DELAWARE ST89-57W-28W152U29-5156.9%391716-6624.2%4018
12/28/2016@ PURDUE67-89L14.5L156.5U25-6737.3%351434-6750.7%3714
1/5/2017@ NEBRASKA90-93L3T149.5O34-7744.2%511932-7045.7%4214
1/15/2017@ NORTHWESTERN              
1/25/2017@ ILLINOIS              
1/28/2017OHIO ST              
1/31/2017@ RUTGERS              
PURDUE: Last season: 26-9, lost in Big Ten Tournament championship, lost to Arkansas-Little Rock in first round of NCAA Tournament.
Nickname: Boilermakers.
Coach: Matt Painter
Conference: Big Ten.
Who's gone: C A.J. Hammons, G Rapheal Davis, G Johnny Hill.
Who's back: The Boilermakers still have one of the league's biggest and most talented front lines with 7-foot-2 junior Isaac Haas, 6-9 sophomore Caleb Swanigan and 6-8 junior Vince Edwards. Swanigan and Edwards both declared for the NBA draft before returning. Guards Ryan Cline and Dakota Mathias could give Purdue the consistent 3-point shooters they need, and guard P.J. Thompson should be the top ball-handler.
Who's new: G Spike Albrecht, a graduate transfer from Michigan, could help solidify Purdue's backcourt. Freshman guard Carsen Edwards is a capable scorer who could make an immediate impact. F Basil Smotherman isn't a true newcomer, but the junior is expected to play a prominent role in his fourth season in the program after redshirting last season.
The Skinny: Purdue will no longer rely on size alone to get through the rugged
Conference. The Boilermakers also have depth and experience to propel them toward their first
Conference crown since 2009-10. To do that, Painter must figure out a way to avoid the turnovers that proved so costly too many times last season. If they can, Purdue could be in the Big Ten's top tier.
IOWA: Last season: 22-11, lost in second round to NCAA Tournament
Nickname: Hawkeyes.
Coach: Fran McCaffery.
Conference: Big Ten.
Who's gone: G Mike Gesell, G Anthony Clemmons, F Jarrod Uthoff, C Adam Woodbury.
Who's back: G Peter Jok, senior scored 16.1 points per game in 2015-16 and could lead Big Ten in scoring this season; F Dom Uhl, junior with a unique skill set; F Nicholas Baer, former walk-on provided major spark off the bench last season.
Who's new: F Tyler Cook. The highest-rated recruit McCaffery ever landed and a likely starter from day one; G Jordan Bohannon. Older brothers Jason (Wisconsin) and Matt (Northern Iowa) were solid multi-year starters on NCAA Tournament teams.
The Skinny: Iowa lost nearly everyone from the core of a program that reached three straight NCAA tourneys, though those teams never reached a Sweet 16. If Jok embraces his role as the go-to guy and the youngsters develop, a fourth straight bid isn't out of the question.
No. 17 Purdue meets Iowa for second time in two weeks

IOWA CITY, Iowa -- Two weeks ago, 17th-ranked Purdue began Big Ten play by throttling Iowa 89-67 at Mackey Arena. The Boilermakers now look to complete a regular-season sweep when it visits Carver-Hawkeye Arena for Thursday night's rematch.

Purdue (14-3, 3-1) enters having won two straight, most recently a 66-55 home victory over No. 18 Wisconsin on Jan. 8.

Meanwhile, the Hawkeyes (10-7, 2-2) are playing their second straight home game after rallying late to defeat Rutgers 68-62 on Jan. 8.

Thursday's matchup will showcase two of the league's top three scorers with Purdue forward Caleb Swanigan and Iowa guard Peter Jok.

Earlier this week, Swanigan received his fourth Big Ten Player of the Week award after compiling 18 points on 7-of-10 shooting from the field, 13 rebounds and two blocks in the win over Wisconsin. The 6-foot-9, 250-pound sophomore leads the conference in rebounding, averaging 12.9 per game.

"I'm playing a lot with my team and not really forcing too many things," Swanigan said after the win over Wisconsin when asked about his improvement from last season to now. "Taking care of the ball is my biggest thing."

Jok enters Thursday's game leading the Big Ten in scoring with an average of 22.6 points per game, nearly four points more than the next closest player.

In the teams' first meeting on Dec. 28, Swanigan was one of five Boilermakers to reach double figures, scoring with 11 points, and he also pulled down 10 rebounds. Jok led Iowa with 13 points but was only 4 of 15 from the floor and 1 of 7 from behind the 3-point line.

While Swanigan provides a massive challenge for the Hawkeyes, it was Purdue's 3-point shooting that killed Iowa in the first meeting, as the Boilermakers drained 10 3-pointers in the first half alone.

"You've got to stop both components of their offense, if you can. Playing good low post defense, but then also closing out and getting to the 3-point shooters," Iowa coach Fran McCaffery said. "Their spacing is good, and their ability to move the ball and pass the ball and willingness to do that is really impressive."

With Thursday's game being in Iowa City, this is only the third true road game that Purdue has played all season and the second in Big Ten play. The Boilermakers escaped with a 76-75 victory over Ohio State in Columbus on Jan. 5.

Before departing for Iowa on Wednesday, Purdue coach Matt Painter said the most important thing his team needs to do against Iowa is take care of the ball.

"For us, we have to be able to take good shots and be able to set up our defense because they're so good in transition," Painter said. "You can't let them have a lot of opportunities in transition to score the ball."

On Iowa's end, there is one noteworthy difference from the first meeting and now. The 22-point loss to Purdue was freshman forward Tyler Cook's first game back for Iowa after surgery for a broken right index finger that kept him out an entire month.

As a result, Cook wasn't back in the starting lineup. This time around, he is expected to make his fourth consecutive start since returning from the injury.

"It's going to be a full-on effort," Cook said. "They're talented all over the place. We've got to be locked in defensively."

Last Updated: 5/27/2018 4:31:23 PM EST

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