Indiana Hoosiers

19-15 (16-18 ATS)

Team Snapshot
Points Per Game 71.5 202nd
Rebounds Per Game 36.3 127th
Assists Per Game 13.4 174th
Points Allowed 67.8 76th
2018-19 Big Ten Standings
TEAM CONF OVR
Michigan State 16-4 32-7
Purdue 16-4 26-10
Michigan 15-5 30-7
Wisconsin 14-6 23-11
Maryland 13-7 23-11
Iowa 10-10 23-12
Minnesota 9-11 22-14
Ohio State 8-12 20-15
Indiana 8-12 19-16
Penn State 7-13 14-18
Illinois 7-13 12-21
Rutgers 7-13 14-17
Nebraska 6-14 19-17
Northwestern 4-16 13-19
Injuries
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    Romeo Langford (Back) is downgraded to OUT Tuesday vs Wichita State

Indiana Hoosiers News

  • Fansided: Indiana Basketball: June 15th and what it means for 2021 prospects

    June 15 is a big day for recruiting in terms of the communication a college coach and a recruit can have, and the Indiana basketball staff took full advantage of it.

    Per the NCAA, June 15 marks the first day a coach can have direct phone contact with 2021 recruits. While coaches would obviously still recruit these prospects, it was all through face-to-face contact, now it can be over the phone.

    So what does this all mean? Mainly not much, but there has been some good to come from it.

    Indiana got off to a hot start when the clock struck midnight as they made multiple calls to many top 2021 recruits.

  • Fansided: Indiana Basketball: June 15th and what it means for 2021 prospects

    June 15 is a big day for recruiting in terms of the communication a college coach and a recruit can have, and the Indiana basketball staff took full advantage of it.

    Per the NCAA, June 15 marks the first day a coach can have direct phone contact with 2021 recruits. While coaches would obviously still recruit these prospects, it was all through face-to-face contact, now it can be over the phone.

    So what does this all mean? Mainly not much, but there has been some good to come from it.

    Indiana got off to a hot start when the clock struck midnight as they made multiple calls to many top 2021 recruits.

  • Official Site of the Hoosiers: Anunoby Earns NBA Championship Ring With Toronto Raptors

    BLOOMINGTON, Ind. - With the Toronto Raptors winning the 2019 NBA Championship, former Indiana University wing OG Anunoby, who played a big part in helping IU win a Big Ten Championship in 2016 as a freshman, became the first former Hoosier player to win an NBA title since Isiah Thomas led the Detroit Pistons to back-to-back titles in 1990 and 1991.

    Anunoby, who suffered a torn ACL midway through his sophomore season in 2017, was selected with the 23rd pick in the NBA draft by Toronto later that summer. He started 62 games as a rookie and averaged 5.

  • Fansided: Indiana Basketball: Top 2020 targets setting up Indiana visits

    While the Indiana basketball staff is busy at the NBPA Top100 Camp this weekend, two of the top prospects in the 2020 class have expressed their interest in taking a visit to Bloomington.

    Whitney Young guard DJ Steward has seen his recruitment heat up throughout the spring and early summer, gaining interest from many high major programs including Indiana.

    Steward, playing with MeanStreets (IL) on the AAU circuit, received an offer from the Hoosiers on May 12 and the mutual interest has increased over the past couple of weeks.

    In an interview with PrepHoops, Steward mentioned that Indiana, along with Louisville, and Illinois are three schools he wants to visit sometime in June.

  • Inside the Hall: Offseason storylines: How will Indiana's front court rotation shake out?

    Welcome to offseason storylines, a look into some of the biggest storylines surrounding the 2019-2020 Indiana Hoosiers. Today's topic: How will Indiana's front court rotation shake out?

    The front court for Indiana has seen a nice number of additions heading into the 2019-20 season.

    Even though Juwan Morgan's 15.5 points per game will be missed, the Hoosiers have five potential front court players that could be in the rotation.

    De'Ron Davis and Justin Smith are the primary post players from last season returning to the lineup. Race Thompson, who showed promise during Indiana's two-overtime victory over Wisconsin but battled injuries throughout most the season, will also be returning and hoping to see a bigger role.

  • Fansided: Indiana Basketball: Top five Hoosier teams since 2000

    In the past twenty years, since Bob Knight left Bloomington, a lot has gone on with the Indiana basketball program.

    Whether it be the multiple losing records, the recruiting violations, or the good that resulted in an NCAA Championship appearance and three Sweet 16's, it's been a roller coaster ride for the Hoosiers.

    Now on their fifth coach since Knight, there have been struggles at times to find certain identities for the program.

    Through all of that though, Indiana has still brought in many good players and had multiple talented teams.

    Some teams exceed exceptions while others failed to reach them.

  • The Crimson Quarry: Langford receives NBA Draft invite

    Each year as the NBA Draft approaches the league sends out invitations to high-profile draftees to come and hang out in the green room at the event, waiting for their name to be called so they can go up on stage, shake the commissioner's hand, get a picture, etc. It's a boost to the television coverage of the draft and it's a great thing to do for the players. On Wednesday it was reported that IU guard Romeo Langford will join guys like Zion Williamson, Ja Morant and Darius Garland in receiving an invitation:

    In addition to the 9 players who received invites to the NBA Draft Green Room last week, sources tell ESPN that the following have also been invited:

    Nassir Little
    Romeo Langford
    Tyler Herro

    They join Zion, Ja, Barrett, Garland, Culver, Hunter, Coby White, Reddish, Jaxson Hayes-- Jonathan Givony (@DraftExpress) June 12, 2019

    Langford will be the fifth Hoosier in the last decade to sit in the green room.

  • Fansided: Indiana Basketball: Top five in-state recruiting misses since 2000

    With Bob Knight at the helm, almost every Indiana Mr. Basketball committed to the Indiana basketball program, but after he left, things have become shaky in the in-state recruiting.

    While Archie Miller has restored that idea, signing the past two Indiana Mr. Basketball's in his first two seasons at Indiana, these have been the first two since 2011.

    Even more, Miller has won the recruiting battle for nearly every in-state recruit he has gone after.

    Over the past 20 years, seven Mr. Basketball's from Indiana have decided to stay home. With such a prestigious program, that is unheard of when you think of what Indiana has prided themselves on in their history.

  • Inside the Hall: Offseason storylines: Who will step up in the scoring department?

    Welcome to offseason storylines, a look into some of the biggest storylines surrounding the 2019-2020 Indiana Hoosiers. Today: A look who will replace the scoring void with Juwan Morgan and Romeo Langford now departed.

    With Juwan Morgan (15.5 ppg) and Romeo Langford (16.5 ppg) both entering the NBA draft, the 2019-2020 Hoosiers will be without their top two scorers from a season ago. Both were the only Indiana players to post double-digit scoring averages, attempt over 300 shots, play over 73 percent of available game minutes and have a usage rate above 25 percent.

    Simply put: Indiana has holes to fill on offense going into next season.

  • Fansided: Indiana Basketball: 2020 target transferring to Brewster Academy

    2020 F Matt Cross, a top target for Indiana basketball, has decided to make a move ahead of his senior season, transferring to northeast powerhouse Brewster Academy.

    6'7" wing Matt Cross (@matthewcross35) will transfer to @BrewsterHoops for his senior season, as Jason Smith looks to make it back-to-back National Championships w/ a lineup featuring Cross, Terrence Clarke, Jamal Mashburn, DeMarr Langford and more..... pic.twitter.com/5eclLT2w9F

    The rising senior averaged 22.3 points and 9.5 rebounds on the Nike EYBL season, running with BABC (MA).

    Ranked No. 87 according to 247Sports, Cross has seen a tremendous jump in his recruitment throughout the spring and holds offers from UMass, Penn State, South Carolina, Miami, Florida, and Illinois.

  • The Crimson Quarry: Juwan Morgan Sets The Record Straight on Romeo Langford

    Juwan Morgan took a break from his NBA Draft prep and made an appearance on an Indianapolis news station Sunday night and was asked about the kind of teammate Romeo Langford was in his lone year in Bloomington.

    His response was direct, and shot down any potential narrative that the potential lottery pick might not have been all in on his team last season:

    "He was definitely the best teammate I've ever been with. All the guys will attest to that, Romeo was not a bad teammate at all.

  • Fansided: Indiana Basketball: Emerging target in the 2021 class on IU visit

    A key target in the 2021 class, Luke Goode, arrived on campus for his Indiana basketball visit on Monday with multiple visits schedule for the rest of the week.

    Goode has been a prospect that the Indiana staff has monitored throughout the spring but this is the first big step in his recruitment for the Hoosiers.

    Playing a year up for the 17U Indy Heat on the Nike EYBL circuit, Goode showcased his ability to compete at a high level playing against an older age group. He averaged 9.8 point per game, 4.0 rebounds, 2.

  • Inside the Hall: Offseason storylines: How can Indiana improve its shooting next season?

    Welcome to offseason storylines, a look into some of the biggest storylines surrounding the 2019-2020 Indiana Hoosiers. Today's topic: How can Indiana improve its shooting next season?

    Archie Miller still has two scholarship spots to fill on his 2019-2020 roster, and while it's unclear who exactly will fill those spots, the skill Indiana should target has been evident for months.

    IU has been one of the worst shooting teams in college basketball during Miller's tenure, and barring drastic individual skill development this offseason, may continue to be next season. The coaching staff should look to add shooters to the roster at all costs, even if those players have limitations that prevent them from being much more than spot-up threats.

  • Inside the Hall: Video: Trayce Jackson-Davis Indiana All-Stars highlights

    2019 Indiana Mr. Basketball and IU signee Trayce Jackson-Davis led the Indiana All-Stars to a 3-0 record last week.

    We've compiled more than two minutes of highlights of Jackson-Davis from last Wednesday's game at New Castle and Friday's game at Bellarmine University in Louisville, which are available below:

  • Fansided: Indiana Basketball: Trayce Jackson-Davis leads Indiana to sweep in All-Stars series

    Led by Indiana basketball freshman Trayce Jackson-Davis, Indiana took it to Kentucky in the All-Star series this weekend with a series sweep, the first time since 2016.

    On Saturday, the Indiana All-Stars backed up their 97-64 win from Friday, taking home the win 120-74. Per Jeff Rabjohns, the 79-point margin was the highest combined margin of the series that dates back to 1939.

    Saturday's 46-point win was the second-highest margin of victory in the series, second to only Indiana's 54-point win back in 2013.

    Indiana incoming freshman Trayce Jackson-Davis had 16 points, five rebounds, and three assists in 24 minutes on Friday, and followed that up with a 17-point, eight rebound and three block performance on Saturday.

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