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MICHIGAN ST (19 - 4) at PURDUE (12 - 11)
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Saturday, 2/9/2013 7:00 PM
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607MICHIGAN ST-4.5-4
MICHIGAN ST - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games19-4+4.69-119-1069.332.246.7%37.759.028.538.7%31.0
Road Games5-4-0.44-54-564.131.843.6%35.264.332.844.9%31.9
Last 5 Games4-1+3.84-12-363.828.045.7%32.460.631.040.7%30.6
Conference Games8-2+5.86-46-467.529.945.1%34.362.730.943.1%32.3
MICHIGAN ST Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)69.332.225-5346.7%5-1435.7%14-2070.8%381014168144
vs opponents surrendering65.529.423-5641.3%6-1832.4%14-2069.8%35912187143
Team Stats (Road Games)64.131.825-5643.6%5-1338.8%10-1566.7%351012178133
Stats Against (All Games)59.028.521-5438.7%6-1831.5%12-1863.9%31811188134
vs opponents averaging68.231.724-5742.7%6-1933.3%14-2068.2%361013187134
Stats Against (Road Games)64.332.823-5244.9%6-1635.9%12-1965.3%32812147135

PURDUE - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games12-11-9.410-1210-965.230.541.4%40.663.128.939.2%34.7
Home Games9-4-1.67-64-667.531.443.3%40.059.727.438.1%32.8
Last 5 Games2-3-0.12-22-359.226.438.1%
Conference Games5-5+1.35-45-561.428.039.9%39.266.831.240.6%36.9
PURDUE Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)65.230.524-5941.4%4-1430.4%12-1963.0%411213185125
vs opponents surrendering64.329.123-5541.4%6-1932.7%13-1868.5%33912187133
Team Stats (Home Games)67.531.426-5943.3%4-1231.0%13-2065.0%401214175125
Stats Against (All Games)63.128.922-5739.2%5-1632.2%13-1970.1%35912176125
vs opponents averaging66.831.324-5443.5%6-1733.7%14-2068.9%361013176134
Stats Against (Home Games)59.727.421-5638.1%5-1532.3%12-1770.8%33912176135
Average power rating of opponents played: MICHIGAN ST 74.4,  PURDUE 76.3
MICHIGAN ST - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
12/31/2012@ MINNESOTA63-76L6.5L128.5O28-6344.4%321430-5356.6%3916
1/10/2013@ IOWA62-59W-2W136U23-5740.4%361223-5145.1%3518
1/16/2013@ PENN ST81-72W-10.5L125O26-5547.3%33724-5048.0%308
1/19/2013OHIO ST59-56W-1W132.5U22-5044.0%341319-4740.4%2514
1/22/2013@ WISCONSIN49-47W5W123U18-4738.3%351016-5429.6%359
1/27/2013@ INDIANA70-75L10W135.5O27-6045.0%321927-5350.9%3116
2/9/2013@ PURDUE              
2/16/2013@ NEBRASKA              
2/24/2013@ OHIO ST              
3/2/2013@ MICHIGAN              

PURDUE - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
12/29/2012WM & MARY73-66W-11.5L -28-6245.2%33727-5549.1%3113
1/5/2013@ MICHIGAN ST61-84L11.5L125.5O24-6139.3%351029-6445.3%4412
1/8/2013OHIO ST64-74L8L134.5O26-6738.8%32631-5556.4%3813
1/13/2013PENN ST60-42W-11W127U23-5145.1%421415-5825.9%3314
1/16/2013@ NEBRASKA65-56W-2W118.5O25-5644.6%471222-6633.3%362
1/19/2013W VIRGINIA79-52W-4W128.5O29-5949.2%441617-5829.3%3417
1/24/2013@ MICHIGAN53-68L15T135U21-5438.9%291227-5549.1%3510
2/2/2013@ NORTHWESTERN60-75L1L120O23-6933.3%46826-4953.1%306
2/5/2013@ PENN ST58-49W-2.5W125U20-4940.8%421019-6230.6%378
2/9/2013MICHIGAN ST              
2/13/2013@ ILLINOIS              
2/16/2013@ INDIANA              
2/27/2013@ IOWA              
3/2/2013@ WISCONSIN              
MICHIGAN ST: Tom Izzo's squads will always compete, and Izzo squads with this much talent have the potential to be special. Last year's centerpiece Draymond Green is gone, but there is a plethora of talent waiting in the wings to take this team past last year's Big Ten regular season title that they shared with Michigan. Junior guard Keith Appling (11.4 PPG, 3.9 APG) is primed for a breakout season as the go-to guy while sophomore swingman Branden Dawson (8.4 PPG, 4.5 RPG) was second on the team in rebounding as a freshman and presents significant matchup issues with his athletic 6-foot-6 frame. Six-foot-10 center Adreian Payne (7.0 PPG, 4.2 RPG) should also be prepared to handle a bigger role after making the most of his 17.9 MPG last season as well. And watch out for freshman shooting guard Gary Harris, who not only can score, but will provide MSU with a lockdown defender, which is vital in this conference with such talented guard play.
PURDUE: The new-look Boilermakers were able to grind their way to a 10-8 mark in the Big Ten, but will struggle to do so again without last year's two leading scorers Robbie Hummel and Lewis Jackson. Terone Jackson (9.2 PPG) was effective in spurts last year at guard and will certainly see more than the 23.7 MPG he played last year. Six-foot-5 swingman D.J. Byrd (8.9 PPG, 43% 3-pt FG) is the other key player returning from last year's squad. Head coach Matt Painter also adds three solid recruits in 7-foot center A.J. Hammons, 6-foot-5 shooting guard Rapheal Davis and point guard Ronnie Johnson, who should all receive significant minutes in their first years.
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*Michigan St.-Purdue Preview* =============================


Michigan State (19-4) at Purdue (12-11), 7:00 p.m. EDT

Michigan State coach Tom Izzo isn't sure where his team would be if not for the efforts of Gary Harris, though the freshman hasn't been the only one playing through pain.

Harris and a host of other banged-up Spartans look to help No. 12 Michigan State earn a fifth straight victory over host Purdue on Saturday night.

The Spartans again looked uninspired at times in the first half of Wednesday's 61-50 home victory over No. 18 Minnesota, leading to their fourth consecutive halftime deficit.

Led by Harris, who scored 15 points and hit 4 of 8 from 3-point range in 36 minutes despite being noticeably bothered by back spasms, Michigan State (19-4, 8-2 Big Ten) won for the eighth time in nine games since dropping its conference opener at Minnesota on Dec. 31.

"I just kept asking him, 'Can you go?' I don't know what we would have done (without him) at that point," Izzo told the school's official website. "That kid showed me some character and heart. That was a way more heroic effort than it looked because he was dragging his whole body.

"It was one of the guttier performances (I've seen) in my career."

Harris will be one of several Spartans battling through injuries Saturday. Keith Appling hurt his right shoulder with less than two minutes remaining Wednesday, and Adreian Payne took an elbow to the nose and missed part of the second half.

Branden Dawson has been dealing with a sprained right ankle, while Travis Trice sat out because of a head injury. All but Trice, who may not be able to return until the Spartans host No. 3 Michigan on Tuesday, are expected to play versus Purdue.

Izzo, though, won't allow the injuries to be an excuse for the team's lackluster first-half efforts, and he doesn't believe Michigan State will be able to sustain its success without increased energy - especially from Dawson.

"I'm proud of the fact that in the last two second halves we responded, but I'm disappointed that a good team should have to get to that point because you're going to run out of those situations if you don't take care of business earlier," Izzo said.

"This is not going to be a great team until Branden Dawson plays with the energy he's capable of, until we get a little more healthy and we realize we've got to communicate and check better. If that happens, this team has a chance to be better than I thought. If it doesn't happen, this team will be worse than you think."

The Spartans have looked pretty good during their four-game winning streak against Purdue, winning by an average of 20.0 points. Harris had a season-best 22 points and hit 6 of 8 from 3-point range in an 84-61 home win over the Boilermakers on Jan. 5.

Purdue (12-11, 5-5) has battled through inconsistency all season, having lost three of its previous four games before beating woeful Penn State 58-49 on Tuesday.

A.J. Hammons, who scored 20 points in the first meeting with the Spartans, had 15 and 12 rebounds against the Nittany Lions. The 7-foot freshman is averaging 21.3 points and shooting 55.3 percent over his last three games.

"We really want to establish him down low," coach Matt Painter said.

Michigan State ranks third in the Big Ten in field-goal percentage defense (38.7) while the Boilermakers are shooting 38.1 percent over their last five games. Purdue has hit a dismal 34.7 percent from the field during its skid against the Spartans.

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