World news – Know your enemy: Michigan State goes to Purdue for the 2nd round

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Know Thy Enemy is a weekly Q&A that changes your perspective from the eyes of the state news to the eyes of the student newspaper of the Michigan State Basketball opponent. This weekend, beatwriter Sara Tidwell of State News spoke to Alex Sabri of The Purdue Exponent ahead of Tuesday’s Purdue-MSU game.

After a 30-point deficit in her rematch over the weekend caused another heartbreaking loss to Iowa Michigan state men’s basketball put him in the park in West Lafayette, Indiana, to play Purdue at 7 p.m. on Tuesday.

This weekend, State News sports reporter Sara Tidwell spoke to Alex Sabri of The Purdue Exponent ahead of the Spartans’ matchup with the Boilermakers.

Question: « Found in the last match between Purdue and MSU the teams in a tough defensive battle.  » Purdue sank a buzzer that drove the game by a point and left the crowd in shock. After being pushed this far forward, what has Purdue been working on to make sure their place in the campaign is safe? A: Purdue has worked to build his confidence and consistency since their last match against Michigan State to ensure they can keep a steady pace with the best teams in the conference. Speaking at a recent press conference on the « Law of Averages » as a marksman, Coach Painter said that good marksmen know that even if you miss shots, you know they are good shots if his players keep shooting those good ones Punches, they will find their way at some point at the end of the basket. Purdue’s confidence has improved after taking big punches in some of the game’s greatest moments. Boilers need to keep working on their ability to find those good shots, especially later in the game if they want to advance further in the Big Ten and be serious contenders in the future. Q: With an overall record of 13-8, what are Purdue’s strong suits? Weaknesses? A: Purdue’s greatest strength has to be the way they built chemistry and trusted their teammates in some of the biggest situations of the season. Players are already finding ways to give their teammates the right shots at the right moments, and it seems their ball movement and team chemistry is getting more cohesive with each game.

They’re starting to know where to look for open shots who they need to pass on in certain situations, where they and their teammates feel comfortable shooting the ball and who they like to protect. The team’s ability to trust and play each other out was a big reason for their recent success and will hopefully lead to more wins for the remainder of the season. As a younger team, the Boilermakers need to continue to build on their ability to close games and negotiate difficult stretches when things are not going their way. Four of their losses were decided by five points or less. Purdue was able to keep much of their losses against Miami, Minnesota and Maryland in the lead. Standing on the other side of a big streak can be very frustrating, especially for younger players. However, if they find ways to stay level-headed and work past the cold streaks, it will go a long way in securing victories and top spots in the Big Ten for years to come. Q: How much does Purdue rely on team leaders like Trevion Williams? Who else is in the spotlight? A: While Purdue’s veteran players have made a significant contribution to the success of Purdue, with three juniors leading the team in scoring and minutes played, several newbies have already played significant roles in Matt Painter’s system and have been important catalysts for the kettles on both sides of the floor. Four newcomers have already won the Big Ten Freshman of the Week award … including two wins for guards Brandon Newman and Jaden Ivey. Against Northwestern, the rookies were able to score 53 of the team’s 75 points, the (highest) amount since the 2007/08 season. The youngsters are still finding their way into the Big Ten and have some discrepancies to clean up, but after several big hits and big appearances, the mid-season newbies have earned their spot in the spotlight. Q: What is your score prediction and why?

A: We predict a 66-62 Purdue win. Both teams have reliable and experienced goalscorers, but just like the last game, it depends on who can play the best team defense and keep the other team’s goalscorers in check.

For MSU to win this game, they have to each other Strongly defend against Purdue’s top options and prevent them from reaching an even rhythm in color or on the 3-point line. The Spartans already have very good options on the defensive, people who have the length and strength to play the physical mark of defense needed to keep this Purdue team off balance, but the Boilers have found ways in Groups against strong defenses score these last couple of games. The likes of Marcus Bingham Jr. and Joey Hauser must lock the post to keep Trevion Williams at bay, while Joshua Langford and Aaron must protect Henry Purdue’s 3-point shooters and keep Williams from finding open shooters escaping trouble in the mail .

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