How to Watch Purdue vs. Wisconsin Basketball: Live Stream & TV Channel Info – Big Ten Tournament

The No. 1 seed Purdue Boilermakers (29-3, 17-3 Big Ten) and the No. 5 seed Wisconsin Badgers (21-12, 11-9 Big Ten) will look to advance in the Big Ten tournament on Saturday as they meet at 1:00 PM ET.

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Boilermakers vs. Badgers Game Info

  • Date: Saturday, March 16, 2024
  • Time: 1:00 PM ET
  • TV: CBS
  • Live Stream: Stream NCAA men’s basketball on Paramount Plus and Hulu + Live TV
  • Where: Minneapolis, Minnesota
  • Venue: Target Center

Boilermakers Insights

  • Purdue sports a top-25 offense this season, ranking 11th-best in college basketball with 83.7 points per game. Defensively, it ranks 114th with 70 points allowed per contest.
  • The Boilermakers are thriving in terms of rebounding, as they rank 13th-best in college basketball in boards (40.2 per game) and fourth-best in boards allowed (29.6 per contest).
  • Purdue has been racking up assists in 2023-24, ranking fifth-best in the country with 18.4 assists per contest.
  • The Boilermakers are committing 10.8 turnovers per game (132nd-ranked in college basketball). They are forcing 9.7 turnovers per contest (319th-ranked).
  • With a 41% three-point percentage this season, Purdue is second-best in college basketball. It ranks 81st in college basketball by sinking 8.4 three-pointers per contest.
  • With 7.3 treys conceded per game, the Boilermakers rank 178th in the nation. They are ceding a 31.8% shooting percentage from downtown, which ranks 72nd in college basketball.
  • Purdue is attempting 38.1 two-pointers per game this season, which account for 64.9% of the shots it has attempted (and 70.6% of the team’s baskets). Meanwhile, it is attempting 20.6 treys per contest, which are 35.1% of its shots (and 29.4% of the team’s buckets).

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Badgers Insights

  • Wisconsin is 146th in the country in points scored (74.7 per game) and 93rd in points conceded (69.1).
  • In 2023-24, the Badgers are 255th in college basketball in rebounds (34.1 per game) and eighth-best in rebounds conceded (30.1).
  • This season Wisconsin is ranked 242nd in college basketball in assists at 12.4 per game.
  • The Badgers are 31st in the country in turnovers per game (9.4) and 230th in turnovers forced (10.8).
  • Wisconsin makes 7.1 3-pointers per game and shoots 35.4% from beyond the arc, ranking 220th and 103rd, respectively, in college basketball.
  • The Badgers are 139th in the country in 3-pointers allowed (7 per game) and ninth-worst in 3-point percentage defensively (37.3%).
  • In 2023-24, Wisconsin has taken 64.8% percent of its shots from inside the 3-point line, and 35.2% percent from beyond it. In terms of makes, 73.1% of Wisconsin’s baskets have been 2-pointers, and 26.9% have been 3-pointers.

Boilermakers Leaders

  • Zach Edey leads the Boilermakers in scoring and rebounding, putting up 24.3 points and 11.8 rebounds per game.
  • Braden Smith is Purdue’s best passer, dispensing 7.2 assists per game while scoring 12.7 PPG.
  • 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 2.2 per contest.
  • Smith and Edey lead Purdue on the defensive end, with Smith leading the team in steals averaging 1.7 per game and Edey in blocks averaging 2.2 per contest.

Badgers Leaders

  • AJ Storr is at the top of the Badgers scoring leaderboard with 16.6 points per game. He also collects 3.8 rebounds and racks up 0.9 assists per game.
  • The Wisconsin leaders in rebounding and assists are Steven Crowl with 7.3 rebounds per game (he also adds 11.2 points and two assists per game) and Chucky Hepburn with 3.8 assists per game (he also tacks on 8.5 points and 3.3 rebounds per game).
  • Max Klesmit hits 1.7 three-pointers per game, the most on the Badgers.
  • Wisconsin’s leader in steals is Hepburn with 2.1 per game, and its leader in blocks is Tyler Wahl with 0.6 per game.
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