Indiana Hoosiers

19-15 (16-18 ATS)

Team Snapshot
Points Per Game 71.5 203rd
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

  • 8 hours ago

    Fansided: Indiana Basketball: Two more Hoosiers declaring for the NBA Draft

    Announced on Tuesday, two more Indiana basketball players have put their names in the 2019 NBA Draft, testing the waters.

    Both Al Durham and Justin Smith have declared for the draft, with the intention of getting feedback from NBA teams and scouts, sources tell us.

    While the deadline to declare was Sunday at midnight, their names were just officially announced as early entrants on Tuesday.

    Players at Indiana schools who put their name in the #NBADraft (233 names in all):

    Romeo Langford
    Al Durham
    Devonte Green
    Justin Smith
    Carsen Edwards
    TJ Gibbs
    Derrik Smits

    They may withdraw their name by May 29.

  • Today at 12:29am

    Inside the Hall: Four IU players on early entry list for 2019 NBA draft

    Four Indiana underclassmen have entered their names in the 2019 NBA draft according to the league's early entry list released late Tuesday night.

    Freshman Romeo Langford, junior Devonte Green and sophomores Al Durham Jr. and Justin Smith are among the 233 players on the list published by the NBA.

    Of IU's four early entries, only Langford is expected to remain in the draft. However, the other three underclassmen will be able to speak directly to NBA teams, workout and receive feedback as a result of their decision to declare for the draft.

    Under NCAA rules, the deadline to withdraw from the draft while retaining eligibility is Wednesday, May 29.

  • Yesterday at 8:44pm

    Fansided: Indiana Basketball: Hoosiers lose out on four-star guard Anthony Harris

    On Tuesday night, the Indiana basketball program lost out on four-star guard Anthony Harris, as he announced his commitment to North Carolina.

    After visiting Bloomington over the weekend, he took his only other visit to North Carolina on Monday, and was on campus while point guard, and the No. 2 overall player in the class, Cole Anthony committed to the Tar Heels this morning.

    Harris made the announcement via twitter.

    Ranked No. 65 in the 247Sports Composite rankings, Harris was a piece to the puzzle that the Hoosiers could've used.

    Originally a Virginia Tech commit, after the departure of head coach Buzz Williams Harris re-opened his recruitment and ultimately decided to stay on the east coast, and North Carolina.

  • Yesterday at 1:04pm

    Fansided: Indiana Basketball: Archie Miller staying busy, visits three prospects

    Continuing to build the Indiana basketball program for the future, Archie Miller and assistants were across the northeast today, visiting multiple prospects.

    Visiting Huntington Prep 2020 center, Zach Loveday, as well as at Stepinac Basketball to watch 2020 guard RJ Davis and 2021 wing AJ Griffin, the Hoosiers were just one of multiple programs making the trip.

    Schools today at @step_basketball for 2020 @ariidavis_ and 21 AJ Griffin :

    Maryland
    Indiana
    Penn State
    Siena
    Marist - 2 deep. HC and Assistant
    Villanova

    Loveday is a 7-foot big man from Ohio, playing his prep basketball at Huntington Prep.

  • April 22 at 2:56pm

    Fansided: Indiana Basketball: Trendon Watford close to a decision?

    With one of the last big name recruits winding down his recruitment, the Indiana basketball program remains high on the list and are making a big push at the end of the process.

    Trendon Watford, who originally was going to announce at the Jordan Brand All-Star game, has five schools remaining on his list and will make an immediate impact wherever he ends up.

    Coming off of an 18-point and seven rebound performance over the weekend at the Jordan Brand game, Watford sat down with Eric Bossi of Rivals.com to talk his recruitment, timeline and more.

  • April 22 at 11:50am

    Inside the Hall: A post NBA draft early entry deadline look at who's coming and going in the Big Ten for the 2019-20 season

    With the spring signing period in full swing and the deadline to declare for the 2019 NBA draft now in the rearview mirror, it's time for our first updated look at who is coming and going in the Big Ten for the 2019-20 season.

    (Note: This is the second post in a series that will be updated multiple times in the coming months. In most instances, only scholarship players are included. If we missed anything, please email corrections to insidethehall@gmail.com or post in the comments.)

    Illinois

    * Returning: Alan Griffin, Trent Frazier, Kipper Nichols, Tevian Jones, Andres Feliz, Ayo Dosunmu, Giorgi Bezhanishvili, Da'Monte Williams, Samba Kane, Anthony Higgs
    * NBA draft early entrants: None
    * Arriving: Kofi Cockburn (247Composite top 100), Antwan January, Bernard Kouma
    * Departing: Aaron Jordan (graduation), Adonis De La Rosa (graduation)

    Notes: The Illini are a top half Big Ten team entering next season with nearly every notable piece returning, including Dosunmu, who didn't even test the NBA draft process.

  • April 22 at 10:41am

    Fansided: Indiana Basketball: Where did their signees end up in the final ESPN top 100?

    The final rankings for the ESPN Top 100 were released on Monday with some shakeup in the rankings, as there was movement from one of the Indiana basketball signees.

    A consensus top-30 recruit in the country across all recruiting platforms, Trayce Jackson-Davis saw his ranking slip in the final ESPN rankings.

    Now the No. 26 overall prospect in the country, Jackson-Davis slid to a four-star recruit. As high as No. 17 when he committed to Indiana in the fall of 2018, Jackson-Davis spent most of the last six months hovering around the early 20's.

  • April 21 at 11:14pm

    Fansided: Indiana Basketball: Juwan Morgan shines at Portsmouth Invitational

    In what was the only other time outside of the NBA Combine for players to showcase their sills in front of numerous NBA scouts, former Indiana basketball standout Juwan Morgan shined at the Portsmouth Invitational over the weekend.

    A four-day event that allows non-lottery players, most being fringe draftees, an extra chance to impress NBA scouts, Morgan averaged 14.3 points, 4.3 rebounds and shot 48.6 percent from the field.

    On the Sales System LTD roster for the event, they made it all the way to the Championship game before falling to the Portsmouth Partnership team.

  • April 21 at 9:55am

    Inside the Hall: 6-Banner Sunday: Brunk commitment and recruiting roundup

    6-Banner Sunday is Inside the Hall's weekly newsletter in partnership with The Assembly Call. More than 6,000 Indiana fans receive the newsletter each week. In addition to appearing each week on the site, you can also opt to receive 6-Banner Sunday by email. A form to subscribe via email is available at the bottom of this week's 6-Banner Sunday.

    Welcome to another edition of 6-Banner Sunday, a joint production between The Assembly Call and Inside the Hall where we highlight the six most essential IU basketball stories of the past week.

  • April 20 at 7:56pm

    Fansided: Indiana Basketball: Where Indiana stands with these recruits

    Indiana basketball and Archie Miller remain heavily involved in the 2019 recruiting as they try to round out their class.

    Already with five-star Trayce Jackson-Davis, three/four-star Armaan Franklin, and graduate transfer Joey Brunk, Indiana looks to grab one or two more recruits in the late signing period.

    Losing their top two scorers from last season, Langford and Morgan, Indiana needs to reload to compete atop of the Big Ten conference.

    Looking to get back to the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 2016, these remaining prospects could take the Hoosiers over the hump and back playing meaningful games in late March.

  • April 19 at 5:14pm

    Fansided: Indiana Basketball: Who will take over the leadership role next next season?

    An Indiana basketball program that is losing senior team captains Zach McRoberts and Juwan Morgan to graduation, has left a gaping hole for new leaders to take the charge in the Indiana locker room.

    With a number of players transferring out of the program and new incoming players looking to become a part of the famed Indiana basketball program, there will be a much different look in the locker room for Archie Miller and the Hoosiers.

    Joey Brunk enters as a viable candidate for a new leader, especially since he has been in a college program for three seasons already, but it will take time for him to adjust to a program that still is some upperclassmen.

  • April 18 at 5:06pm

    Fansided: Indiana Basketball: What Joey Brunk will bring to Indiana

    Archie Miller and the Indiana basketball program received a much needed commitment on Tuesday from big man Joey Brunk.

    Desperately in need for additional bodies to add to their rotation, after the departures of three seniors, two transfers, and the news of Devonte Green declaring for the NBA draft - while still leaving his options option to return - Brunk is exactly what the Hoosiers needed.

    Now, joining a class that already included two signees, five-star Trayce Jackson-Davis and three/four-star guard Armaan Franklin, Indiana's 2019-20 season is beginning to have a clearer look.

    Who is Joey Brunk and what exactly will he bring to Indiana for the next two years?

  • April 18 at 1:19pm

    Fansided: Indiana Basketball: Graduate transfer Joey Brunk commits to Indiana

    On Tuesday afternoon, the Indiana basketball program got a much needed commitment from a big man.

    Announced through twitter, Butler graduate transfer Joey Brunk committed to Indiana.

    I've grown up an Indiana kid & I'm proud of where I come from. Excited to be an Indiana Hoosier & play for Coach Miller. Looking forward to joining the tradition. #IUBB

    -- Joey Brunk (@JoeyBrunk) April 16, 2019

    With two years of eligibility remaining, Brunk's commitment is a sigh of relief to Indiana fans.

    Last season, Brunk averaged 7.6 points and 3.

  • April 18 at 2:34am

    The Crimson Quarry: Devonte Green declares for 2019 NBA Draft

    Indiana guard Devonte Green has decided to enter his name in the 2019 NBA Draft, allowing him to test the waters and get feedback on a potential professional jump.

    The junior becomes the second Hoosier to declare for the draft, joining freshman phenom Romeo Langford who declared nearly two weeks ago. Green finished the season as IU's best three-point shooter--he hit 41 percent of his shots from beyond the arc. He also averaged 9.4 points, 3.4 rebounds, and three assists per game as a key bench contributor and spot starter for the Hoosiers.

  • April 17 at 8:23pm

    Fansided: Indiana Basketball: Where do the Hoosiers fit into this 2019 guard's recruitment?

    Archie Miller has been running wild trying to round out his 2019 Indiana basketball recruiting class, and is still in the mix for multiple prospects.

    One such recruit is in-state product Jalen Windham. A Georgia State commit, Windham de-committed after head coach Ron Hunter took the Tulane job and has been looking elsewhere.

    The Ben Davis senior averaged 17.7 points and 3.8 rebounds per game while shooting 37 percent from three during his final year.

    As of now, it seems to be a small list for the 2019 wing, between Creighton, Tulane, Illinois State and Indiana.

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