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CBB : ATS Matchup
Thursday 3/23/2017Line$ LineOU LineScore




PURDUE (27 - 7) vs. KANSAS (30 - 4)
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Thursday, 3/23/2017 9:35 PM
NCAA - Midwest Regional Semifinals - Sprint Center - Kansas City, MO
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PURDUE - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games27-7+8.119-1018-1380.138.748.1%37.967.532.441.7%30.9
Road Games12-5+3.19-712-578.336.946.7%36.572.836.545.4%31.7
Last 5 Games4-1+2.63-14-
PURDUE Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)80.138.728-5848.1%9-2240.4%15-2075.9%38918165133
vs opponents surrendering70.933.225-5843.0%7-2134.9%13-1970.2%35913196133
Team Stats (Road Games)78.336.927-5946.7%10-2243.5%14-1875.8%36917175132
Stats Against (All Games)67.532.426-6141.7%7-2132.4%10-1470.8%31813196123
vs opponents averaging74.235.326-5944.9%8-2236.1%14-1970.7%36914186134
Stats Against (Road Games)72.836.527-6045.4%7-2132.2%12-1672.4%32814186114

KANSAS - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games30-4+2.314-1816-1583.440.149.1%38.972.034.241.7%34.4
Road Games16-3+4.311-88-1080.838.747.5%37.572.834.942.3%36.1
Last 5 Games4-1-2.53-24-187.040.652.2%
KANSAS Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)83.440.130-6149.1%9-2240.6%15-2267.6%391116187135
vs opponents surrendering7133.325-5843.5%7-2035.2%14-1970.2%34913196144
Team Stats (Road Games)80.838.730-6247.5%8-2236.1%14-2070.1%381016197124
Stats Against (All Games)72.034.226-6141.7%7-2135.2%13-1971.6%341013197134
vs opponents averaging75.235.727-5845.5%7-2035.8%15-2171.1%361014197134
Stats Against (Road Games)72.834.925-6042.3%7-2233.6%15-2170.7%361013186144
Average power rating of opponents played: PURDUE 79.9,  KANSAS 82.2
PURDUE - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
2/4/2017@ MARYLAND73-72W-1T147.5U24-6338.1%401123-5839.7%3711
2/9/2017@ INDIANA69-64W-2W156.5U23-5442.6%351222-5738.6%3514
2/18/2017MICHIGAN ST80-63W-9.5W140O27-5350.9%311025-5942.4%3215
2/21/2017@ PENN ST74-70W-7L146.5U23-5839.7%381729-6842.6%4016
2/25/2017@ MICHIGAN70-82L1.5L140O30-6149.2%311130-5554.5%249
3/5/2017@ NORTHWESTERN69-65W-3W136.5U24-5444.4%31827-6045.0%348
3/18/2017*IOWA ST80-76W-1W155O31-6448.4%381030-6050.0%287

KANSAS - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
2/4/2017IOWA ST89-92L-10.5L153O30-6050.0%452132-6450.0%2511
2/6/2017@ KANSAS ST74-71W-2.5W145P27-5648.2%331226-6838.2%4411
2/11/2017@ TEXAS TECH80-79W-4.5L143.5O29-5949.2%32929-6048.3%3811
2/13/2017W VIRGINIA84-80W-5L156O21-6134.4%421526-6341.3%4421
2/18/2017@ BAYLOR67-65W2W141U23-5541.8%27924-5642.9%3516
2/25/2017@ TEXAS77-67W-8.5W144.5U27-5945.8%341126-5547.3%3015
3/4/2017@ OKLAHOMA ST90-85W-1.5W162O34-6155.7%421430-7142.3%308
3/17/2017*CAL DAVIS100-62W-23W143.5O36-6456.2%451221-6233.9%2714
3/19/2017*MICHIGAN ST90-70W-8W149O34-6453.1%36725-5743.9%2810
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.
KANSAS: Last season: 33-5, lost to Villanova in Elite Eight
Nickname: Jayhawks
Coach: Bill Self
Conference: Big 12
Who's gone: G Wayne Selden Jr, G Brannen Greene, F Perry Ellis, F Cheick Diallo, F Jamari Traylor, F Hunter Mickelson
Who's back: G Frank Mason III averaged 12.9 points, 4.3 rebounds and 4.6 assists last season; G Devonte Graham averaged 11.3 points and shot 44 percent from 3; F Landen Lucas averaged 5.8 points and team-leading 6.8 rebounds; G Svi Mykhailiuk; F Carlton Bragg Jr; G Lagerald Vick.
Who's new: G Josh Jackson is five-star prospect and was rated nation's No. 1 recruit by several services; C Udoka Azubuike is 6-foot-11, 270-pound five-star prospect originally from Nigeria; PF Mitch Lightfoot is 6-8 prospect who could redshirt this season.
The Skinny: The Jayhawks are aiming for their 13th straight Big 12 title, which would match UCLA for the longest streak in major college basketball. But with a solid mix of veterans and Jackson's premier talent, they may have the pieces to challenge for their first national championship since 2008.
Purdue faces tough road vs. top-seeded Kansas

In a stereotypical big vs. small clash, the small is actually favored as No. 1 seed Kansas "hosts" No. 4 seed Purdue in the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament on Thursday night at Sprint Center in Kansas City, Mo.

It's listed as a neutral-site game, but Sprint Center is less than an hour from Allen Fieldhouse -- the home of the Jayhawks -- and the majority of the 18,972 in attendance likely will be clad in crimson and blue.

"We get a chance to play 35 miles away from Lawrence," Kansas guard Frank Mason III said. "I think it's just great for the fans and for us to get a chance to play there in the Sweet 16. We're all so excited."

Purdue is ready for the atmosphere.

"We know it'll be hostile there, but we can draw energy from that," center Isaac Haas said via Twitter. "Gotta put ourselves in best position possible."

The two teams won their regular-season outright conference titles by multiple games. Purdue (27-7) won the Big Ten by two games while No. 3 Kansas (30-4) won the Big 12 by four games.

The Jayhawks start four guards, although two are Josh Jackson and Sviatoslav Mykhailiuk, who both stand 6-foot-8. They get a majority of their scoring (more than 60 of their 83 points per game) from their four guards.

Purdue, meanwhile, depends heavily on its bigs, especially national player of the year candidate Caleb Swanigan, the double-double machine. He leads the NCAA with 28 double-doubles this season.

The Boilermakers also have 6-8 Vince Edwards (12.7 points per game) and the 7-2 Haas (12.6), creating matchup problems for Kansas. Swanigan is 6-9, 250 pounds, but he averages 18.5 points and 12.6 rebounds. He's also a deft passer, averaging 3.0 assists.

Purdue leads the Big Ten and is 12th nationally with a scoring differential of 12.6 points per game. The Boilermakers are second in the Big Ten (13th nationally) in rebounding margin at 7.0.

Kansas boasts its own player of the year candidate in Mason, but he does his damage outside the post. He led the Big 12 in scoring at 20.8 points per game. The Jayhawks use two point guards, as Devonte' Graham handles the ball as often as Mason.

Mykhailiuk is mostly a long-range threat for Kansas. He takes 63 percent of his shots from beyond 3-point range, connecting on 39.5 percent of them. But he's not the only good shooter. The Jayhawks rank fifth in the country at 40.6 percent from 3-point range.

The matchup problem on Kansas' roster is Jackson, one of the leading freshmen in the country. He's averaging 16.6 points and 7.1 rebounds. His height makes him a tough matchup for opposing guards, and his athleticism makes him tough to guard for forwards.

Ironically, both teams reached this round by beating a team from their opponent's conference. Purdue advanced with an 80-70 victory over Vermont. In the second round, the Boilermakers gave up a 19-point second-half lead, but rebounded to defeat Iowa State 80-76.

Kansas reached the Sweet 16 with convincing wins over UC Davis (100-62) and Michigan State (90-70).

Last Updated: 6/17/2018 11:02:37 PM EST

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