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Wednesday 1/29/2014Line$ LineOU LineScore




IOWA ST (15 - 3) at KANSAS (15 - 4)
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Wednesday, 1/29/2014 9:00 PM
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789IOWA ST156155.5
IOWA ST - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games15-3+6.58-79-684.840.347.7%39.770.633.340.1%38.3
Road Games6-2+43-43-580.536.046.4%38.474.735.942.9%36.0
Last 5 Games2-3-2.61-44-179.239.444.9%35.279.436.643.1%41.6
Conference Games3-3-1.62-44-
IOWA ST Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)84.840.329-6247.7%9-2535.0%17-2570.3%40818176103
vs opponents surrendering7032.224-5642.6%7-2033.4%15-2269.0%34912206123
Team Stats (Road Games)80.536.028-6046.4%7-2431.2%17-2374.6%38815176112
Stats Against (All Games)70.633.326-6540.1%7-2331.9%11-1766.9%381013215133
vs opponents averaging74.235.126-5745.0%6-1734.2%17-2569.0%371013196124
Stats Against (Road Games)74.735.928-6542.9%8-2434.9%11-1666.9%36912194113

KANSAS - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games15-4-19-910-679.638.751.0%38.369.232.540.4%31.0
Home Games8-1-24-45-181.641.253.2%37.466.830.740.6%30.9
Last 5 Games5-0+4.23-14-182.443.654.9%38.469.032.238.9%29.8
Conference Games6-0+5.24-15-183.744.754.9%38.071.334.239.8%28.5
KANSAS Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)79.638.727-5451.0%5-1535.4%20-2869.6%381016216146
vs opponents surrendering6831.624-5841.2%6-1932.5%14-2168.8%351012216133
Team Stats (Home Games)81.641.228-5253.2%6-1638.5%20-2968.9%37917186137
Stats Against (All Games)69.232.523-5740.4%6-1834.3%17-2665.6%311011227113
vs opponents averaging75.735.926-5645.6%7-1835.6%18-2669.5%371014196124
Stats Against (Home Games)66.830.724-5840.6%7-1935.7%13-2062.8%311012236123
Average power rating of opponents played: IOWA ST 75.3,  KANSAS 78.8
IOWA ST - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
12/22/2013*GEORGE MASON79-67W-12T153U26-5745.6%36926-5844.8%3014
12/25/2013*BOISE ST70-66W-5.5L157.5U21-5438.9%36625-5545.5%316
12/31/2013N ILLINOIS99-63W-23W137.5O37-6358.7%36522-6832.4%4612
1/4/2014@ TEXAS TECH73-62W-6W149.5U22-5242.3%31525-5743.9%3413
1/11/2014@ OKLAHOMA82-87L-4.5L168.5O34-6552.3%341328-6940.6%4112
1/18/2014@ TEXAS76-86L-2L156.5O24-6139.3%401827-6541.5%378
1/25/2014KANSAS ST81-75W-10L140.5O26-5448.1%351327-6442.2%3712
1/29/2014@ KANSAS              
2/3/2014@ OKLAHOMA ST              
2/10/2014@ W VIRGINIA              
2/15/2014TEXAS TECH              

KANSAS - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
12/10/2013@ FLORIDA61-67L3L137U19-4443.2%402420-5437.0%308
12/14/2013*NEW MEXICO80-63W-7W143.5U28-5451.9%36918-5433.3%3010
1/5/2014SAN DIEGO ST57-61L-10.5L137U17-5729.8%391023-6137.7%5115
1/8/2014@ OKLAHOMA90-83W-6W158O29-5354.7%361424-5345.3%229
1/11/2014KANSAS ST86-60W-11.5W133O32-5756.1%33722-5044.0%2510
1/13/2014@ IOWA ST77-70W2.5W154.5U30-6149.2%532422-7031.4%368
1/18/2014OKLAHOMA ST80-78W-5L150.5O29-5255.8%371926-6639.4%3311
1/25/2014@ TCU91-69W-14.5W138O31-5457.4%401022-5143.1%2410
1/29/2014IOWA ST              
2/1/2014@ TEXAS              
2/4/2014@ BAYLOR              
2/8/2014W VIRGINIA              
2/10/2014@ KANSAS ST              
2/18/2014@ TEXAS TECH              
IOWA ST: Few teams were as fun to watch last season as Fred Hoiberg's Cyclones, who were fourth nationally with 79.6 PPG and led the nation with 9.9 made threes per game. But their starting backcourt from last season is gone, leaving a lot of work to repeat last season's success, which nearly ended up with an upset of No. 2 seed Ohio State to make it to the Sweet 16. The key may be transfer DeAndre Kane (15.1 PPG, 7.0 APG), who put up big numbers last season at Marshall and will be eligible to play immediately. He'll have to shoulder the backcourt load while forwards Georges Niang (12.1 PPG, 4.6 RPG, 39% 3-pt FG) and Melvin Ejim (11.3 PPG, 9.3 RPG, 35% 3-pt FG) will be doing just fine if they repeat their solid numbers from last season. Hoiberg is also excited about two top recruits in guards Monte Morris and Matt Thomas.
KANSAS: Kansas may look completely different from last season' squad with all five starters gone, but this team is one of the nation's favorites to cut down the nets in April because of a loaded freshman class. Head coach Bill Self won the lottery in landing the nation's top prospect, 6-foot-7 wing Andrew Wiggins, who is one of the most if not the most hyped freshman in recent memory. He'll be counted on to contribute immediately, as will the team's top returnees, junior guard Naadir Tharpe (5.5 PPG, 3.1 APG) and sophomore forward Perry Ellis (5.8 PPG, 3.9 RPG). What could make this team so special is not only Wiggins, though, but the rest of the class Self brought in to replace the likes of Ben McLemore, Jeff Withey and Travis Releford. At center, the team adds top-10 recruit Joel Embiid while at small forward the talented Wayne Selden should provide valuable minutes from day one. Helping take the pressure off Embiid will be transfer Tarik Black (8.1 PPG, 59% FG), who is far more skilled than his recent numbers at Memphis would suggest. In the backcourt, watch out two more talented frosh with in-state recruit Conner Frankamp and shooting guard Brannen Greene. If these players live up to their hype and can help bring out the best in Wiggins, this team should still be dancing late in the season.
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*Iowa St.-Kansas Preview* =========================


Iowa State (15-3) at Kansas (15-4), 9:00 p.m. EDT

After an inconsistent start, Kansas is playing like the national title contender most touted it to be with a six-game winning streak that includes an impressive victory at Iowa State.

The sixth-ranked Jayhawks will try to knock the Cyclones off again Wednesday night, while a rare win in Lawrence would go a long way for No. 16 Iowa State as it attempts to recover from a midseason slump.

Kansas (15-4, 6-0 Big 12) struggled initially to live up to its preseason billing with a modest 6-3 start. A 61-57 defeat to then-No. 21 San Diego State on Jan. 5 ended the Jayhawks' 68-game non-conference home winning streak, but they've responded in resounding fashion.

The last unbeaten team in league play, Kansas has won six straight, four of which came against ranked squads, including a 77-70 victory over then-No. 8 Iowa State (15-3, 3-3) on Jan. 13.

"I don't know if I can name anybody that's playing better than them right now," Cyclones coach Fred Hoiberg said. "When you have the talent and skillset of their players, and now they're confident, that's a tough team to beat."

The Jayhawks are shooting 54.9 percent over their last six, including a 31-for-54 performance in Saturday's 91-69 win at TCU.

Andrew Wiggins scored 19 of his season-high 27 in the first half and led the team with a season-best five assists. He's scored 17 or more in four of his last five, including 17 against Iowa State, after doing so just once over his previous five contests. Wiggins is also 19 of 22 from the foul line in his last two games.

"He can defer a little bit and he can kind of get lost, but he never got lost today," coach Bill Self said. "He was able to put his handprint all over the possessions and create opportunities for himself and others. I thought he played the way he should play every game."

The Jayhawks, who have won 54 of their last 56 Big 12 home games, got a career-high 23 points from Naadir Thorpe in the first meeting and a season-high 19 rebounds from Wiggins. Joel Embiid scored 12 second-half points as Kansas opened the half with a 16-5 run.

The Cyclones shot a season-worst 31.4 percent, including 4 of 25 from beyond the arc. They snapped a three-game slide Saturday with an 81-75 victory over then-No. 22 Kansas State, appearing to also put an end to a 3-point shooting slump. They were 9 of 18 after going 21 of 83 during the losing streak.

Melvin Ejim, who leads the team with 17.9 points per game, scored 20 and Georges Niang had 18.

However, DeAndre Kane struggled again, finishing with 10 points while going 3 of 12 from the field for the second straight game. He hasn't quite been the same after spraining his ankle in a Jan. 11 loss at Oklahoma, as he's shot 12 of 37 in three games since after knocking down 53.2 percent of his attempts in his first 15 contests.

The boards remain a concern for the Cyclones, who were outrebounded for the sixth time in seven games Saturday. Kansas claimed a 53-36 rebounding advantage in the first meeting.

The Jayhawks have won eight straight at home in the series since losing 63-61 in overtime Feb. 19, 2005. They won both 2012-13 regular-season meetings in OT before an 88-73 victory in the semifinals of the conference tournament March 15.

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