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Trayce Jackson-Davis is a special player. How special? With 26 points in a 71-68 win over Illinois, Jackson-Davis passed his head coach, Mike Woodson, on Indiana’s all-time leading scorer list.
Over the last ten games, he’s averaging 24.1 points in 37.4 minutes and shooting 54.8 percent from the floor. In 10 of the last 12 games, Jackson-Davis has posted a double-double and, since January 1, is averaging 13.9 boards per game. The Hoosiers (19-8 overall, 10-6 in conference) have one of the complete offenses in college basketball. They have a star in Jackson-Davis, guards that can score at will, and five guys that shoot over 37% from three-point range. With that being said, there’s one place where they struggle…defense. During a three-game skid in early January, the Hoosiers allowed 86.7 points per game. Their defense is giving up 67.0 points per game on average, one of the highest marks in the Big-10.
Michigan State may have just lost a road game to Michigan, but in their first home game, since a gunman opened fire on their campus, you better believe that they will be playing with a lot of weight on their shoulders. When these two met a month ago, Indiana bested the Spartans 82-69, but that wasn’t days after their school made headlines in a national tragedy. The Spartans, led by senior forward Joey Hauser, have one of the best defenses in college basketball, holding opponents to only 65.3 points per game on average. This will be one hell of a matchup, but Michigan State will break away in what will be an emotional performance. Want to put some money in your pocket for a long weekend? Take Michigan State Moneyline and get $200 if you pick the winner with Sports Illustrated.
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The fine print says minimum odds of +120, the MSU moneyline is -165, so this is not correct.