Hoosiers Without Jackson-Davis, Galloway, Leal for Wednesday’s Game With Little Rock
Indiana has three players — including leading scorer and rebounder Trayce Jackson-Davis — out for Wednesday night’s game with Little Rock at Assembly Hall. Junior guards Trey Galloway (knee) and Anthony Leal (ankle) are also out.
We will update their status after the game.
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- HOW TO WATCH: Indiana hosts Little Rock in the Hoosier Classic on Wednesday in Bloomington, Ind. Here’s how to watch, with game time and TV information, three leading storylines, the latest on the point spread, the coaching matchup, series history and more. CLICK HERE
- OPENING LINE: The Hoosiers, who have won and covered in all four games so far, are heavy favorites over Little Rock. CLICK HERE
- TOM BREW COLUMN: Little Rock coach Darrell Walker has a connection to Indiana coach Mike Woodson as well. He was on Woodson’s staff when he was the head coach of the NBA’s New York Knicks. They’ll oppose each other when the Hoosiers take on Trojans Wednesday night at Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall.
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- Indiana forward Trayce Jackson-Davis had 17 points and 16 rebounds and eight other Hoosiers scored six points or more as the No. 12 Hoosiers claimed their fourth straight win with an 86-56 win over Miami of Ohio on Sunday in Indianapolis.
- PHOTO GALLERY:
Relive the action, and take a look at 25 photos from Indiana basketball’s 86-56 win over Miami of Ohio inside Gainbridge Fieldhouse. The Hoosiers improve to 4-0 on the young season.
- CJ GUNN EXUDES CONFIDENCE CJ Gunn didn’t play on Friday at Xavier, but he did a bit of everything in 22 minutes against Miami of Ohio on Sunday. He was ready to play and exude confidence not always common in freshmen, and that’s all coach Mike Woodson asks.
TOM BREW COLUMN:
- Miller Kopp is shooting 53 percent from three-point range through four games, and he’s playing well during Indiana’s 4-0 start. He may not be Indiana’s most important player, but he is when the ball is in his hands. He’s Indiana’s best perimeter shooter, and they need him to play well to win titles this year.