The No. 5 Purdue basketball team has won 13 straight contests and will take on Wisconsin trying to make it 14 in a row at 7 p.m. on Tuesday in West Lafayette, Ind.
Purdue-Wisconsin basketball game time, information
Time: 7 p.m. ET
Date: Tuesday, Jan. 16
Location: Mackey Arena, West Lafayette, Ind.
What TV channel is Purdue-Wisconsin basketball on?
The Purdue-Wisconsin basketball game will air on ESPN.
How can I watch Purdue-Wisconsin basketball online?
The Purdue-Wisconsin basketball game will be streaming on WatchESPN.
Purdue-Wisconsin basketball preview
The Boilermakers ride that 13-game winning streak into the matchup against the Badgers having last lost to Western Kentucky at the end of November. At 17-2, their only other loss of the season came in the game before that against Tennessee.
The team is fresh off a road blowout of Minnesota that saw the Boilermakers cruise to an 81-47 win on Saturday after a tight 70-69 win over Michigan earlier last week.
This season, the Boilermakers are led by four players in double-digit scoring with Carsen Edwards at the top of the pack averaging 16.7 points per game.
Isaac Haas, Vincent Edwards and Dakota Mathias are all averaging 13-plus points as well. Dakota Mathias leads the team with 86 assists while Carsen Edwards has 54, Vincent Edwards has 52 and Ryan Cline has 39.
Vincent Edwards is also far and away the team leader in rebounds with 8.2 per game, while Haas is next with 5.4.
Defensively, Matt Haarms has a whopping 52 blocks while Mathias and P.J. Thompson have 27 steals apiece.
The Boilermakers average 85 points per game while holding opponents to just 62.7.
On the other side, the Badgers come to West Lafayette at 9-9 and riding a two-game losing streak in which they dropped contests to Rutgers and then Nebraska last week.
The Badgers have been looking for offensive contributions as Ethan Happ and Brad Davison are the only two players in double-digit scoring with 16.8 and 12.1 points per game, respectively.
The pair are also the team leaders in assists with Happ at 62 and Davison at 42.
Happ also leads the team in rebounding with 8.6 per game while no other Badger averages five or more.
Defensively, Happ and Davison are both tied with 24 steals to lead the team, while Nate Reuvers has 16 blocks to lead in that category.
The scoring woes show, as the team averages just 69.1 points per game though it allows just 64.9 to opponents. Despite the above stats, the Badgers are winning the on the glass with 31.6 per game to opponents 29.2..