Ball State basketball vs. Kent State: Time, TV schedule, game preview and score

Ball State basketball vs. Kent State Prediction, Preview, and Odds Tuesday, February 4, 2020 at 7:00 pm EST

Ball State Cardinals vs Kent State Golden Flashes

Where: MAC Center, Kent, OH

When: Tuesday, February 4, 7:00 PM. ET.

Live: Click here to watch

The Kent State Golden Flashes will be going for their fourth consecutive win when they take on the Ball State Cardinals on Tuesday night.

Ball State Basketball Going For Second Consecutive Win

Ball State Basketball were able to snap their two-game losing streak with a win over Ohio in their last game and will try to build on the momentum with a win over the Golden Flashes, which will give them their second win in a row and fourth win in their last six games.

Ball State is averaging 70.4 points per game. The team is shooting 43 percent from the field and 32 percent from three-point range. They finished with 65 points in their last game and will need a better offensive performance to give themselves a chance to get the win.

Tahjai Teague led the way for the Cardinals with 24 points and eight rebounds. Jarron Coleman finished with 10 points and nine rebounds, while Kyle Mallers added 10 points and five rebounds for the Cardinals.

Ball State is a very good defensive team, giving up 62 points per game. They gave up 54 points in their last game and will need another great defensive performance if they want to beat the Golden Flashes.

Golden Flashes Going For Seventh Win In 10 Games

The Golden Flashes played well over the last week and have won their last three games. They will be going for their fourth win in a row and seventh win in their last 10 contests when they face the Cardinals on Tuesday.

Kent State has done well offensively, averaging 77.8 points per game. The team is shooting 45 percent from the field and 36 percent from three-point range. They finished with 68 points in their last game and will need to play better offensively to give themselves a chance to get the win.

Danny Pippen led the way for the Golden Flashes with 20 points and 12 rebounds. Antonio Williams finished with 17 points and five rebounds, while Philip Whittington added 11 points and six rebounds for the Golden Flashes.

Kent State has also played well on the defensive end, holding opponents to 68.9 points per game. They gave up 67 points in their last game and will need another solid defensive performance if they want to pick up the win.

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