Milwaukee vs. IUPUI: Full Game Preview
|Milwaukee||J Aaron 14.6||D Harris 5.3||J Aaron 4.2|
|IUPUI||J Hart 14.2||D Gibbs 6.5||G Rice 3.6|
On Saturday, IUPUI plays host to Milwaukee at IUPUI Gymnasium. Tipoff occurs at 3 p.m. EST. The Jaguars last met the Panthers on Nov. 18, 2011 and lost 62-49.
In their last outing, despite 14 points from Lyonell Gaines, the Jaguars fell to North Dakota State 75-39 on Feb. 16. He is averaging 5.6 points and 4.7 rebounds per game. For the Panthers, Paris Gulley finished with 17 points in the 64-53 win over UIC on Feb. 20. He is averaging 14.5 points and 3.4 rebounds per game.
- The IUPUI rebounding leader (Donovan Gibbs, 173 rebounds) has more rebounds than the Milwaukee rebounding leader (Demetrius Harris, 149 rebounds).
- The top-ranking players between the two conferences for points, rebounds, field goals made, free throws made, three-pointers, assists, and steals are in the Summit League.
- The Summit League has 3 teams - Western Illinois (39.5 percent), South Dakota State (39.0 percent), and South Dakota (37.4 percent) - that shoot a better three-point percentage than the Horizon leader, Valparaiso (37.1 percent).
- Last year the best team in the Summit League had a much higher RPI than the best team in the Horizon (No. 55 vs. No. 91).
- Even computers respect IUPUI more. IUPUI has a better RPI this season than Milwaukee (RPI: No. 297 vs. No. 303).
- Over the past 10 years, IUPUI has had more players drafted by the NBA than Milwaukee (one vs. zero).
- IUPUI is a better three-point shooting team (36.5 percent vs. 31.7 percent) than Milwaukee this season.
- IUPUI has more wins over the last 5 years than Milwaukee (106 vs. 97).
- IUPUI has a better overall winning percentage over the last 10 years (56.7 percent to 55.1 percent).