No. 5 East – Indiana Hoosiers (Overall: 25-6, Conf: 15-3)
Indiana’s firepower is just too much. The Hoosiers are almost scoring at will in most of their games this season and much of their offensive prowess come from their backcourt duo of Yogi Ferrell and Troy Williams. Ferrell, who averages 17.1 points per game, is the major catalyst of Indiana’s offense that drops an incredible 82.7 points each contest.
KenPom even has Indiana’s offense fourth in terms of adjusted offense efficiency with 119.6 points per 100 possessions.
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The Hoosiers’ defense allows just 68.8 points per game but it still could use some room for improvement. Indiana needs to its opponents’ shots better, as the Hoosiers are allowing teams shoot 44.1% against them, which is just 144th in the nation. Their interior defense is also susceptible, as evidenced by their allowing opponents to shoot 41.5% of their shots at the rim.
|Points Per Game||82.7||10|
|Rebounds Per Game||37.4||92|
|Blocks Per Game||3.9||111|
|Free Throw Percentage||72.0%||97|
Indiana reaches Sweet 16.