How to Watch Purdue vs. NC State Basketball: Live Stream & TV Channel Info – NCAA Tournament Final Four

A place in the NCAA Tournament national championship game is on the line when the No. 1 seed Purdue Boilermakers (33-4) and the No. 11 seed NC State Wolfpack (26-14) play in the Final Four on Saturday at 6:09 PM ET at State Farm Stadium (airing on TBS).

Want to watch the matchup between the Boilermakers and Wolfpack? Tune in to TBS to witness all the action. Don’t miss out!

Boilermakers vs. Wolfpack Game Info

  • Date: Saturday, April 6, 2024
  • Time: 6:09 PM ET
  • TV: TBS
  • Live Stream: Stream NCAA men’s basketball on Paramount Plus and Hulu + Live TV
  • Where: Glendale, Arizona
  • Venue: State Farm Stadium

Boilermakers Insights

  • Purdue has been led by its offense, as it ranks 10th-best in college basketball by putting up 83.5 points per game. It ranks 97th in college basketball in points allowed (69.4 per contest).
  • When it comes to rebounding, everything is clicking for the Boilermakers, who are grabbing 40.8 rebounds per game (10th-best in college basketball) and allowing 29.2 rebounds per contest (third-best).
  • Purdue has been one of the best teams in college basketball in terms of assists, as it is delivering 18.9 per game (second-best in college basketball).
  • The Boilermakers rank 19th-worst in college basketball with 9.2 forced turnovers per contest. Meanwhile, they are averaging 10.8 turnovers per game (133rd-ranked in college basketball).
  • Purdue is draining 8.3 treys per game this year (87th-ranked in college basketball), and it owns a 40.6% three-point percentage (second-best).
  • The Boilermakers are 174th in the country with 7.3 three-pointers allowed per game this year. Meanwhile, they rank 65th with a 31.7% shooting percentage allowed from beyond the arc.
  • Purdue is attempting 38 two-pointers per game this year, which account for 65% of the shots it has attempted (and 71.1% of the team’s baskets). Meanwhile, it is attempting 20.4 three-pointers per contest, which are 35% of its shots (and 28.9% of the team’s buckets).

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Wolfpack Insights

  • At 76.3 points scored per game and 72 points allowed, NC State is 98th in college basketball on offense and 182nd on defense.
  • At 35.6 rebounds per game and 36.1 rebounds conceded, the Wolfpack are 152nd and 255th in the country, respectively.
  • This season NC State is ranked 172nd in the country in assists at 13.1 per game.
  • The Wolfpack are the 22nd-best team in the nation in turnovers per game (9.2) and 174th in turnovers forced (11.2).
  • At 7 made 3-pointers per game and shooting 34.6% from downtown, NC State is 225th and 145th in college basketball, respectively, in those categories.
  • Defensively, the Wolfpack are 161st in college basketball in 3-pointers conceded per game at 7.2. They are 154th in 3-point percentage allowed at 33.3%.
  • NC State attempts 33.3% percent of its shots from beyond the arc, and 66.7% percent from inside it. In terms of makes, 25.5% of NC State’s buckets are 3-pointers, and 74.5% are 2-pointers.

Boilermakers Leaders

  • Zach Edey leads the Boilermakers in scoring and rebounding, tallying 25 points and 12.2 boards per game.
  • Purdue’s best passer is Braden Smith, who averages 7.5 assists per game to go with his 12.2 PPG scoring average.
  • Lance Jones makes more threes per game than any other member of the Boilermakers, knocking down shots from beyond the arc at a clip of 2.1 per contest.
  • Smith and Edey lead Purdue on the defensive end, with Smith leading the team in steals averaging 1.5 per game and Edey in blocks averaging 2.2 per contest.

Wolfpack Leaders

  • DJ Horne scores 16.8 points per game and is the top scorer for the Wolfpack.
  • The NC State leaders in rebounding and assists are Mohamed Diarra with 7.9 rebounds per game (he also adds 6.4 points and 0.6 assists per game) and Michael O’Connell with 3.2 assists per game (he also tacks on 5.8 points and 3.5 rebounds per game).
  • Horne is consistent from three-point range and leads the Wolfpack with 2.6 made threes per game.
  • NC State’s leader in steals is Horne with 1.3 per game, and its leader in blocks is Diarra with one per game.
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