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CBB : First Half Matchup
Saturday 1/13/2018Line$ LineOU LineScore
 First Half Results



PURDUE (16 - 2) at MINNESOTA (13 - 5)
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Saturday, 1/13/2018 12:00 PM
Board First Half
PURDUE - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games16-2+311-68-785.241.150.1%38.263.629.137.9%33.1
Road Games5-2+14-34-279.337.348.8%34.171.632.040.6%35.1
Last 5 Games5-0+13-22-384.243.250.3%
Conference Games5-0+32-31-376.040.248.0%
PURDUE Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)85.241.129-5950.1%10-2341.6%17-2274.9%38818166126
vs opponents surrendering71.333.325-5843.2%7-2135.0%14-2071.2%35913196144
Team Stats (Road Games)79.337.327-5648.8%9-2142.0%16-2080.6%34716186136
Stats Against (All Games)63.629.123-6237.9%7-2232.5%10-1467.6%33911206142
vs opponents averaging74.93526-5944.7%8-2235.4%14-2071.7%36914196134
Stats Against (Road Games)71.632.026-6340.6%8-2236.4%13-1676.5%351012186123

MINNESOTA - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games13-5-8.68-99-881.438.045.0%42.071.332.840.4%37.6
Home Games10-2-4.35-66-584.539.447.1%
Last 5 Games3-2-3.62-31-473.634.641.6%40.668.030.438.1%39.2
Conference Games2-3-7.12-31-473.033.039.3%38.674.034.640.0%42.8
MINNESOTA Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)81.438.028-6345.0%7-2035.3%18-2571.9%421117156127
vs opponents surrendering72.534.126-5943.9%7-2134.7%14-1970.6%36914186144
Team Stats (Home Games)84.539.430-6347.1%7-2035.5%18-2571.1%441220136119
Stats Against (All Games)71.332.826-6440.4%8-2336.0%11-1671.8%381015215135
vs opponents averaging73.634.526-6044.0%7-2134.7%14-1969.9%36914186134
Stats Against (Home Games)68.230.725-6737.6%8-2436.0%9-1274.5%381115205124
Average power rating of opponents played: PURDUE 77.1,  MINNESOTA 73.8
PURDUE - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
12/1/2017@ MARYLAND80-75W-3.5W148O27-5350.9%34922-6334.9%377
12/21/2017TENNESSEE ST97-48W-27W134.5O34-5858.6%38915-4930.6%2617
1/9/2018@ MICHIGAN70-69W-1.5L141.5U27-5747.4%29826-5844.8%369
1/13/2018@ MINNESOTA              
1/20/2018@ IOWA              
1/28/2018@ INDIANA              
2/3/2018@ RUTGERS              

MINNESOTA - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
12/5/2017@ NEBRASKA68-78L-9L152.5U22-6832.4%381325-5347.2%4217
12/9/2017@ ARKANSAS79-95L5L164.5O25-6141.0%391039-6857.4%339
12/21/2017ORAL ROBERTS77-63W-22L152.5U24-6338.1%41926-6639.4%4514
12/23/2017FLA ATLANTIC95-60W-20.5W153O35-6454.7%45823-6634.8%3110
1/10/2018@ NORTHWESTERN60-83L4L145U17-5530.9%26928-5650.0%4511
1/15/2018@ PENN ST              
1/18/2018@ MARYLAND              
1/20/2018*OHIO ST              
1/30/2018@ IOWA              
2/3/2018@ MICHIGAN              
PURDUE: Last season: 27-8; lost to Kansas in NCAA Tournament regional semifinals
Who's gone: F Caleb Swanigan, F Basil Smotherman, G Spike Albrecht.
Who's back: F Vincent Edwards. The senior preseason all-conference selection might be the Boilermakers' best overall player. He can shoot (48.6 percent), score (12.6), rebound (4.9) and defend. G Carsen Edwards. As a freshman, the other Edwards ' no relation to Vincent ' led Purdue in assists (133) and was tied for the team-high in steals (36). This year, he'll be asked to increase his scoring average from 10.6 points. C Isaac Haas. The 7-foot-2 senior averaged 12.6 points and 5.0 rebounds in just 19.5 minutes last season. With Swanigan off to the NBA, Haas is likely to log more minutes if he stays out of foul trouble.
Who's new: F Matt Haarms. The redshirt freshman used last season to try and add strength. Now the 7-foot-3 Dutch native could fill the role Haas had over the last couple of seasons off the bench. If the Boilermakers play Haas and Haarms together, they could have the biggest front line in the nation.
The Skinny: Yes, the defending Big Ten champs lost the conference player of the year (Swanigan). But they are hardly bereft of talent. Painter has four starters and six of his top seven scorers back. With size, versatility, tournament experience and a team that knows how to defend, look for the four seniors to keep the Boilermakers at or near the top of the conference standings.
MINNESOTA: Last season: 24-10, lost to Middle Tennessee in first round of NCAA Tournament.
Who's gone: SG Akeem Springs: He had a team-high 67 made 3-pointers in his lone season at Minnesota as a graduate transfer.
Who's back: PG Nate Mason: The senior was among 20 point guards in the country named to the preseason Bob Cousy Award watch list after being named first team All-Big Ten for 2016-17. SF Amir Coffey: The Big Ten All-Freshman Team pick from last season and the son of former Gophers standout Richard Coffey has only scratched the surface with his inside-outside, two-way ability. PF Jordan Murphy: The team's leading rebounder averaged 11.3 points per game last season. C Reggie Lynch: The Big Ten Defensive Player of the Year set a new single-season Gophers record with 114 blocked shots.
Who's new: PG Isaiah Washington: The Mr. New York Basketball award winner as the top player in the state, he was a consensus top-100 recruit. PF Davonte Fitzgerald: The fifth-year junior has two seasons of eligibility left after sitting out two years, one for a transfer from Texas A&M and one after an ACL tear and other damage to his left knee from an offseason practice.
The Skinny: Coming off a 16-win turnaround from 2015-16 and the first NCAA Tournament appearance since Pitino took over in 2013, bringing all but Springs back from their top seven scorers from last season, hopes are the highest this program has had in 20 years. Staying healthy will be the key. PF Eric Curry, who made meaningful contributions as a freshman backup, injured his left knee in an offseason pickup game and will redshirt this season.
No. 5 Purdue looks to keep rolling vs. Minnesota

Purdue is reveling while Minnesota is unraveling.

The fifth-ranked Boilermakers hope to continue the trend, while the Gophers still believe they can awaken from their recent nightmare and salvage the season with a win when the two teams tangle on Saturday at Williams Arena in Minneapolis.

The Boilermakers (16-2, 5-0 Big Ten) passed a difficult road test on Tuesday with a 70-69 win over Michigan. Purdue can equal its best 19-game start in school history (17-2 in 1987-88) with a win.

The Gophers (13-5, 2-3) got off to a good start and were ranked as high as No. 12 until a loss to Miami in the Big Ten/ACC Challenge. Losses to Nebraska and Arkansas sent things spiraling, culminating with a loss to Northwestern.

Off-the-court, center Reggie Lynch has been in the spotlight after being accused of sexual assault for a third time. Lynch remains on the team even though a university panel found him "responsible" for two incidents in April 2016 and recommended he be tossed off the team.

Coach Richard Pitino has suspended Lynch indefinitely. The senior center has missed the past two games and won't play Saturday. It's uncertain when he will play again, although he can practice with the team.

"As I said before, when a difficult situation like this arises you go to your university officials and you follow the process and the policies," Pitino told the Minneapolis Star-Tribune on Friday. "And I'm very comfortable we did that."

The Minnesota frontcourt will be further depleted as forward Amir Coffey (14.4 points, 4.1 rebounds and 3.5 assists) also will not play because of a shoulder injury.

And against a team like the Boilermakers, teams need to be at full strength. At least Pitino will have Jordan Murphy and Nate Mason available.

Murphy averages 18.3 points and 12.1 rebounds per game. Mason is scoring at 15.6 point per game clip.

"They've been through a lot; it's been a tough stretch, but they have a lot of experience," Purdue coach Matt Painter said.

Murphy and Mason possess the ability to break down the opposition and create for others and score for themselves.

"What Jordan Murphy has been able to do speaks for itself," Painter said, referencing Murphy's double-double streak in every game this season except for the Northwestern game.

"We've got to be ready for their best shot," he said. "We have to be able to rebound, ready to take good shots and not turn the ball over."

The Boilermakers have won 12 straight, thanks to the heroics and hard work of 7-foot-2 center Isaac Haas.

As a freshman, Haas made less than 55 percent of his free throws. As a senior, Haas is no longer a liability at the line and he proved that on Tuesday against the Wolverines when he sank the game-winning free throw with four seconds left.

"I knew when I got fouled I was going to make at least one of them," Haas told the Lafayette (Ind.) Courier Journal. "Everybody was trying to get me to calm down and focus on the free throw and I'm like, 'No I'm going to make it. I'm not worried about that."

His confidence epitomizes the entire squad.

Their No. 5 ranking is Purdue's highest in eight years when they were No. 3. The Boilermakers are in the top 25 in the nation in scoring, scoring defense and assists.

The Gophers will be motivated as well.

"I think they are excited about moving forward," Pitino told the St. Paul Pioneer Press. "I think we got Northwestern out of our system a little bit, but I think we are ready to go."

Last Updated: 2/17/2019 12:42:14 PM EST

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