Wisconsin basketball plays at Temple on Wednesday, Dec. 6. The game starts at 7 p.m. ET/6 p.m. CT. Stay here for live updates, scores and analysis.
Wisconsin-Temple basketball live updates, score
Final: Temple 59, Wisconsin 55 — Box Score
Wisconsin-Temple basketball: Time, game information
Wisconsin and Temple play at 7 p.m. ET/6 p.m. CT on Wednesday, Dec. 6
Time: 7 p.m. ET/6 p.m. CT
Date: Wednesday, Dec. 6
Location: Liacouras Center in Philadelpha
How can I watch the Wisconsin-Temple basketball game on TV?
Wisconsin and Temple will play on ESPNU.
How can I listen to the Wisconsin-Temple basketball game on the radio?
The Wisconsin-Temple game is available online at WIBA/iHeart radio.
Wisconsin-Temple basketball preview
Wisconsin earned a win it desperately needed in a 64-63 triumph at Penn State on Monday night. The Badgers nearly blew a 17-point lead but hung on for dear life to weather the Nittany Lions’ storm.
Wisconsin led 51-34 with 9:40 remaining in the game and still held a 14-point edge with less than five minutes remaining before Penn State made its move. Penn State had an opportunity to win the game in the waning seconds, but guard Tony Carr missed a 3-pointer, and Wisconsin took possession of the ball with 0.6 seconds remaining.
Badgers forward Khalil Iverson scored a team-high 16 points on 7-of-8 shooting from the field. This came just two days after Iverson was held scoreless during Wisconsin’s 83-58 loss at home against Ohio State.
Freshman center Nate Reuvers has produced two excellent games in limited minutes off the bench. Reuvers scored 10 points against Ohio State and added 11 points against Penn State. He missed all 10 of his shots during his first two college games against Milwaukee and Virginia. But in his last two games, he has made 9 of 14 field goal tries.
Forward Ethan Happ tallied 9 points and 10 rebounds. He leads Wisconsin this season with 15.4 points and 8.9 rebounds per game. The other players averaging double figures in scoring are guards Brad Davison (10.2 points) and D’Mitrik Trice (10.1 points).
Temple has three players averaging double figures in scoring as well, led by Quinton Rose (19.0 points per game). Shizz Alston Jr. (16.0 points) and Obi Enechionyia (14.3 points) also are in double figures. Temple is 4-2 this season, with victories against Old Dominion, Auburn, Clemson and South Carolina. The Owls lost 71-67 against George Washington on Sunday.