How to Watch Iowa vs. Kansas State Basketball: Live Stream & TV Channel Info – March 19

The Iowa Hawkeyes (18-14) go up against the Kansas State Wildcats (19-14) on Tuesday, March 19, 2024 at 9:00 PM ET. The matchup airs on ESPN.

You’ll want to head to ESPN for the upcoming game that pits the Hawkeyes against the Wildcats.

Hawkeyes vs. Wildcats Game Info

  • Date: Tuesday, March 19, 2024
  • Time: 9:00 PM ET
  • TV: ESPN
  • Live Stream: Stream NCAA men’s basketball on Paramount Plus and Hulu + Live TV
  • Where: Iowa City, Iowa
  • Venue: Carver-Hawkeye Arena

Hawkeyes Insights

  • Because of Iowa’s defensive struggles this year, ranking 23rd-worst in college basketball with 79 points allowed per game, it has been forced to count on its offense, which ranks 14th-best in college basketball posting 82.9 points per game.
  • This year, the Hawkeyes are pulling down 35.4 boards per game (168th-ranked in college basketball) and ceding 36.9 rebounds per contest (295th-ranked).
  • Iowa has been racking up assists in 2023-24, ranking ninth-best in the country with 17.8 assists per contest.
  • The Hawkeyes rank 22nd-best in the nation by committing just 9.2 turnovers per game. In terms of forced turnovers, they rank 151st in college basketball (11.5 per contest).
  • Iowa is making 6.5 threes per game (265th-ranked in college basketball) this year, while owning a 34.7% three-point percentage (138th-ranked).
  • With 7.9 three-pointers conceded per game, the Hawkeyes are 262nd in the country. They are ceding a 36.1% shooting percentage from beyond the arc, which ranks 326th in college basketball.
  • Iowa is attempting 44.5 two-pointers per game this season, which account for 70.4% of the shots it has attempted (and 78.4% of the team’s baskets). Meanwhile, it is attempting 18.8 threes per contest, which are 29.6% of its shots (and 21.6% of the team’s buckets).

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Wildcats Insights

  • With 71.9 points scored per game and 70.5 points conceded, Kansas State is 231st in the nation on offense and 129th on defense.
  • On the glass, the Wildcats are 79th in college basketball in rebounds (37.5 per game). They are 166th in rebounds conceded (34.5 per game).
  • This season Kansas State is ranked 122nd in the country in assists at 13.8 per game.
  • In terms of turnovers, the Wildcats are 11th-worst in the nation in committing them (14.2 per game). And they are ranked 251st in forcing them (10.6 per game).
  • Kansas State makes 7.4 3-pointers per game and shoots 32% from beyond the arc, ranking 183rd and 286th, respectively, in college basketball.
  • The Wildcats give up 6.8 3-pointers per game and concede 30.7% from beyond the arc, ranking 113th and 29th, respectively, in college basketball.
  • Kansas State takes 41% percent of its shots from beyond the arc, and 59% percent from inside it. In terms of makes, 30.2% of Kansas State’s baskets are 3-pointers, and 69.8% are 2-pointers.

Hawkeyes Leaders

  • The scoring leader for the Hawkeyes this season is Payton Sandfort, who averages 16.3 points, 6.5 rebounds, and 2.8 assists per game.
  • Owen Freeman leads Iowa in rebounding, averaging 6.6 per game, while Tony Perkins leads the team in assists, distributing an average of 4.6 in each contest.
  • Sandfort makes more threes per game than any other member of the Hawkeyes, knocking down shots from beyond the arc at a clip of 2.7 per contest.
  • The Iowa steals leader is Perkins, who averages 1.6 takeaways per game, while its blocks leader is Freeman, who compiles 1.8 rejections per contest.

Wildcats Leaders

  • Tylor Perry’s points (15.5 per game) and assists (4.3 per game) stat lines give him the top scoring and assists spots on the Wildcats’ leaderboards.
  • Arthur Kaluma grabs 7.1 rebounds per game (he also scores 14.7 points per game and adds two assists per game) which puts him at the top of the Kansas State rebounding leaderboard.
  • Perry is the top scorer from the three-point line for the Wildcats, hitting 2.8 threes per game.
  • Cam Carter (1.4 steals per game) is the steal leader for Kansas State while William McNair (1.2 blocks per game) is the block leader.
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