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Hoo's Next: LIU Brooklyn
One area where the Blackbirds will be at a serious disadvantage will be inside the lane. LIU's biggest player stands at 6'8 with a few more at 6'6 and that's as tall as they get. This will allow Indiana's bigs the opportunity to put up some big numbers in scoring and rebounding. Look for Noah Vonleh to be fed the ball early and often.
This game has the chance to be a high scoring affair. LIU Brooklyn showed they could score in game one, although it was only St. Peters. But the Blackbirds can certainly shoot and could make for some exciting up and down action against the Hoosiers. Like IU, the Blackbirds had a high number of turnovers in their previous game (16). This could turn out to be one key factor to whether the Hoosiers can pull away or LIU Brooklyn will be able to keep it close throughout.
Tip-off is slated for 6:00p.m. on Tuesday night as both teams will look to start the season 2-0.
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