How to Watch Michigan State vs. Northwestern Basketball: Live Stream & TV Channel Info – March 6

The Michigan State Spartans (17-12, 9-9 Big Ten) will look to break a three-game losing streak when they host the Northwestern Wildcats (20-9, 11-7 Big Ten) on Wednesday, March 6, 2024 at Jack Breslin Students Events Center. The matchup airs at 7:00 PM ET on Big Ten Network.

The Spartans’ game versus the Wildcats will be airing on Big Ten Network, so tune in.

Spartans vs. Wildcats Game Info

  • Date: Wednesday, March 6, 2024
  • Time: 7:00 PM ET
  • TV: Big Ten Network
  • Live Stream: Stream NCAA men’s basketball on Paramount Plus and Hulu + Live TV
  • Where: East Lansing, Michigan
  • Venue: Jack Breslin Students Events Center

Spartans Insights

  • With 74.4 points per game on offense, Michigan State ranks 154th in the country. At the other end, it cedes 66.5 points per contest, which ranks 39th in college basketball.
  • So far this season, the Spartans are grabbing 34.4 rebounds per game (241st-ranked in college basketball) and ceding 33.8 rebounds per contest (132nd-ranked).
  • Michigan State has been tallying plenty of assists in 2023-24, ranking 24th-best in the country with 16.5 assists per game.
  • The Spartans are top-25 this year in turnovers, ranking 21st-best in college basketball with 9.2 turnovers per game. Meanwhile, they rank 142nd with 11.7 forced turnovers per contest.
  • With 6.6 treys per game, Michigan State is 259th in college basketball. It owns a 37% shooting percentage from beyond the arc, which ranks 36th in college basketball.
  • The Spartans are giving up 7.6 treys per game (226th-ranked in college basketball). They are allowing opponents to shoot 32.5% (117th-ranked) from downtown.
  • Michigan State is attempting 40.9 two-pointers per game this season, which account for 69.6% of the shots it has taken (and 75.9% of the team’s baskets). Meanwhile, it is attempting 17.9 threes per contest, which are 30.4% of its shots (and 24.1% of the team’s buckets).

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Wildcats Insights

  • With 74.4 points scored per game and 69.6 points conceded, Northwestern is 154th in the country offensively and 108th defensively.
  • The Wildcats are the 11th-worst team in college basketball in rebounds per game (31.2) and 76th in rebounds allowed (32.9).
  • This season Northwestern is ranked 43rd in the country in assists at 15.7 per game.
  • In 2023-24, the Wildcats are sixth-best in college basketball in turnovers committed (8.2 per game) and ranked 93rd in turnovers forced (12.3).
  • Northwestern is 95th in the country in 3-pointers made (8.3 per game) and eighth-best in 3-point percentage (39.3%).
  • The Wildcats are 142nd in the nation in 3-pointers conceded (7 per game) and 326th in 3-point percentage defensively (36.1%).
  • Northwestern attempts 63.3% percent of its shots from inside the arc, and 36.7% percent from beyond it. In terms of makes, 68.7% of Northwestern’s buckets are 2-pointers, and 31.3% are 3-pointers.

Spartans Leaders

  • The scoring leader for the Spartans this season is Tyson Walker, who averages 18 points, 2.9 rebounds, and 2.9 assists per game.
  • Michigan State’s leading rebounder is Mady Sissoko averaging 5.4 boards per game and its best passer is A.J Hoggard and his five assists per game.
  • Jaden leads the Spartans in three-point shooting, knocking down an average of 1.9 shots per game from beyond the arc.
  • Walker is Michigan State’s leader in steals, averaging 1.9 steals per game, while Carson Cooper leads them in blocks with 0.8 per contest.

Wildcats Leaders

  • Boo Buie’s points (18.9 per game) and assists (5.2 per game) stat lines give him the top scoring and assists spots on the Wildcats’ leaderboards.
  • Brooks Barnhizer grabs 7.1 rebounds per game (he also scores 14.4 points per game and adds 2.6 assists per game) which puts him at the top of the Northwestern rebounding leaderboard.
  • Buie hits 2.5 three-pointers per game, the most on the Wildcats.
  • Barnhizer (1.8 steals per game) is the steal leader for Northwestern while Matthew Nicholson (1.4 blocks per game) is the block leader.
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