Wichita State (22-7, 11-5) Ht. Yr. PtsReb
FAaron Ellis6-9Jr. 3.83.1
FGraham Hatch6-4Jr. 9.44.0
CJ.T. Durley6-7Jr. 11.24.7
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GClevin Hannah5-11Sr. 12.0x-4.8
GToure Murry6-4So. 12.05.1
Bradley (14-13, 8-8)
CWill Egolf6-9So. 7.64.9
FTaylor Brown6-6So. 13.77.0
GDyricus Simms-Edwards6-2Fr. 5.22.3
GChris Roberts6-4Sr. 9.64.7
GAndrew Warren6-5Jr. 14.44.7
GSam Maniscalco6-0Jr. 12.7x-3.3
Wichita State: The Shockers shot 51.9 percent against Bradley in an 81-69 win on Jan. 3, part of a stretch in which the Braves allowed 80 or more points in four straight games. Since that stretch, Bradley has allowed more than 70 twice, once in overtime. The Shockers shot 51.9 percent. Durley averaged 14 points and 8.5 rebounds last week.
Bradley: Brown did not play in Saturday's win over Drexel due to an inappropriate Twitter posting. Coach Jim Les declined to discuss Brown's status for tonight's game. "I guess you'll have to wait and see," Les said. Brown was suspended for violating team rules during WSU's win over the Braves on Jan. 3. Maniscalco is shooting 52.2 percent from the field and averaging 14.8 points in 16 MVC games. He scored 20 in the first meeting. "He's always given us fits," WSU coach Gregg Marshall said after revealing he voted Maniscalco an All-MVC player.
RPIs as of Tuesday: WSU 50, BU 109.