Purdue Boilermakers Basketball: 10 Things to Improve on for the Big Ten Season

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Purdue Boilermakers Basketball: 10 Things to Improve on for the Big Ten Season
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The 13th-ranked Purdue Boilermakers have started off the season strong with a record of 11-1, with their only loss coming to the Richmond Spiders.

They have been led by the 6'10" senior power forward JaJuan Johnson, who has been averaging almost 20 points a game and nine rebounds, not to mention two blocks.

He is quickly establishing himself as one of the best low-post players in the Big Ten this season.

The Boilermakers also are led by 6'4" senior guard E'Twaun Moore, who is averaging 19.4 points per game, along with 5.8 rebounds and almost two steals per game.

Although these two guys have really dominated the season so far, especially in the absence of their triplet Robbie Hummel, the Boilermakers have a lot to improve on heading into Big Ten play, as it tips off December 28th on the road against Michigan.

Here are 10 things the Boilermakers need to improve on to win a Big Ten title.

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