PREVIEW: K-State Hosts Hampton Sunday in Barclays Center Classic Opener


GAME PREVIEW
NOV. 20, 5:10 PM

Bramlage Coliseum
Manhattan, KS

NR/NR
HAMPTON
PIRATES
1-1 (0-0 MEAC)

NR/NR
K-STATE
WILDCATS
2-0 (0-0 Big 12)

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COACHES
Kansas State: Bruce Weber (Wis.-Milwaukee ’78)
Overall: 394-209/19th season
At K-State: 81-54/5th season
vs. Hampton: First meeting

Hampton: Edward Joyner, Jr. (Johnson C. Smith ‘95)
Overall: 121-107/8th season
At Hampton: same
vs. Kansas State: First meeting

PROJECTED STARTING LINEUP
Kansas State (2-0)
G: #3 Kamau Stokes (12.5 ppg., 3.0 apg.)
G: #5 Barry Brown (16.5 ppg., 4.5 rpg.)
G: #25 Wesley Iwundu (15.5 ppg., 6.0 rpg.)
F: #32 Dean Wade (3.5 ppg., 1.5 rpg.)
F: #4 D.J. Johnson (9.0 ppg., 9.5 rpg.)

Hampton (1-1)
G: #4 Lawrence Cooks (9.5 ppg., 4.0 rpg.)
G: #12 Imani Miller (1.5 ppg., 3.5 rpg.)
G: #23 Kalin Fisher (11.5 ppg., 4.0 rpg.)
F: #22 Trevond Barnes (0.0 ppg., 1.5 rpg.)
F: #31 Charles Wilson-Fisher (8.0 ppg., 12.0 rpg.)

INSIDE THE SERIES
Overall: K-State leads 1-0
vs. Mid-Eastern Athletic: K-State leads 29-0 (29-0 at home)
In Manhattan: K-State leads 1-0 (last meeting: 12/20/2000)
In Hampton: n/a
Current Streak: K-State, 1
Last Meeting: K-State won 86-71 in Manhattan (12/20/2000)
Weber vs. Joyner: First meeting

GAME 3 - QUICK HITTERS
Kansas State continues its homestand on Sunday, as the Wildcats host Hampton (1-1) at 5 p.m., in the first of two opening round games of the Barclays Center Classic. K-State will host Robert Morris (0-3) on Tuesday before heading to Brooklyn for the semifinals of the tournament Nov. 25-26, joining Boston College (1-1), Maryland (2-0) and Richmond (1-1).
K-State is looking for a 3-0 start for the 12th time in last 14 seasons, including the third time in the last 5 seasons under Bruce Weber.
The Wildcats have won 10 straight non-conference home games dating back to last season with an average margin of victory of 17.2 points. The last home non-conference loss came to Georgia on Dec. 31, 2014.
K-State is 29-0 all-time against teams from the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference with all 29 meetings coming at home. This will be the second meeting with Hampton after posting an 86-71 win on Dec. 20, 2000.
K-State moved to 2-0 with an 81-68 win over Omaha on Tuesday, as the Wildcats connected on better than 50 percent from the field and received double figure scoring from four players led Barry Brown’s game-high 15 points. It marked the 13th time in the last 14 seasons, including the fourth under Bruce Weber, that the team has started a season 2-0.
Brown, who has led the way in scoring in the first 2 games, is the only Wildcat to score in double figures in both exhibitions and the first 2 games. During that span, he is averaging 16.3 points on 55 percent shooting (22-of-40), including 50 percent (7-of-14) from 3-point range.
The Wildcats have had four players score in double figures in each of the first two games, including back-to-back double-digit scoring nights from Brown (16.5 ppg.), Wesley Iwundu (15.5 ppg.) and Kamau Stokes (12.5 ppg.). The team has recorded back-to-back 80-point games to start the season for the third consecutive season.
Seniors Carlbe Ervin II enjoyed a career night against Omaha with a near double-double with highs in both rebounds (9) and assists (8).
K-State has an 81-5 (.942) record at home in non-conference play dating back to 2006-07, including a 79-4 (.952) mark during the regular season. The squad has won 70 of its last 73 non-conference home games.
Weber is 60-12 (.833) at Bramlage Coliseum since taking over as head coach with only non-conference losses to Northern Colorado (2013), Texas Southern (2014) and Georgia (2014). The 12 losses (9 of which have come in Big 12 play) have come by a total of 61 points (5.1 ppg.).

THE OPPONENT: HAMPTON
Hampton enters Sunday’s game with a 1-1 record after splitting its first two games with a 67-56 loss at Rider on Nov. 11 and a 70-69 win in overtime over Chowan on Thursday... The Pirates will play at K-State and Richmond in 3-day period.
Hampton is averaging 63 points on 36.3 percent shooting, including 18.4 percent from 3-point range, with 42.5 rebounds, 10.5 assists, 5.0 steals and 3.5 blocks per game... The team is allowing 68 points per game on 44.8 percent shooting.
The Pirates have three players averaging in double figures led by freshman guard Jermaine Marrow, who is averaging 12 points on 34.8 percent shooting... Graduate transfer forward A.J. Astroth and sophomore guard Kalin Fisher both average 11.5 points per game, as Astroth is connecting on a team-best 53.8 percent from the field... Astroth had a near double-double in the win over Chowan with 18 points and 9 rebounds... Junior forward Charles Wilson-Fisher is averaging a team-best 12 rebounds.
Hampton returns nine lettermen, including one starter, from a team that posted a 21-11 record and advanced to the NCAA Tournament... The Pirates have won three MEAC Tournament Championships (2011, 2015, 2016) in the past six seasons.
Head coach Edward Joyner, Jr. has a 121-107 overall record in his 8th season at the helm.

BREAKING DOWN THE SERIES
Sunday’s contest will mark the second meeting between K-State and Hampton on the hardwood and the first since 2000.
The Wildcats saw four players score 15 or more points in an 86-71 win over the Pirates in their only previous meeting on Dec. 21, 2000... The team connected on 49.2 percent (29-of-59) from the field, including 56.5 percent (13-of-23) in the second half.
K-State is 29-0 against the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference with all 29 coming at home.
K-State won all 3 match-ups with MEAC in 2015-16, defeating UMES, 80-53, on Nov. 13 in the season opener, South Carolina State, 68-66, on Nov. 29 and Coppin State, 83-58, on Dec. 9.

NON-CONFERENCE SUCCESS
K-State has an 81-5 record at home in non-conference play dating back to 2006-07, including a 79-4 mark during the regular season... The Wildcats has won 70 of their last 73 non-conference home games.
K-State has won 11 consecutive games played at home venues against non-conference opponents (61-56 win over Colorado State at INTRUST Bank Arena in Wichita), including 10 straight at Bramlage Coliseum... The Wildcats’ last loss to a non-conference team at home came against Georgia, 50-46, on Dec. 31, 2014... The team has won 10 in a row at home in November.
K-State went 9-0 in games played at home venues in 2015-16, winning by an average margin of 15.2 points per game.
K-State went 12-3 overall in non-conference play in 2015-16, topping double-digit wins for the first time since 2013-14... The Wildcats had a streak of eight consecutive seasons with at least 10 non-conference wins from 2006-07 to 2013-14.

GOOD START ON THE OFFENSIVE END
K-State is averaging 81.5 points on 47.6 percent shooting (59-of-124), including 44.7 percent (17-of-38) from 3-point range, through the first 2 games with average of 39.5 rebounds, 18.0 assists, 7.5 steals and 3.0 blocks per game.
The Wildcats have scored 80 or more points in the first 2 games in each of the last 3 seasons... They scored 80 or more in the first 3 games in 2015-16, but haven’t accomplished the feat in the first 4 games since the 1976-77 season.
K-State is now 21-2 under head coach Bruce Weber when scoring 80 or more points.
K-State is averaging 35.0 points in the paint, 24.5 bench points, 21.5 points off of turnovers, 16.0 fast break points and 12.5 second-chance points through 2 games... The team is forcing 14.5 turnovers per game.
The Wildcats have connected on better than 46.9 percent of their field goals in 3 of their 4 halves this season, including 62.5 percent (15-of-24) in the second half against Western Illinois (11/11)... The team shot a season-best 50.8 percent (32-of-63) in the win over Omaha (11/15)... K-State is now 28-5 under Bruce Weber when shooting 50 percent or better from the field.
K-State dished out 21 assists on 32 made field goals vs. Omaha (11/15), marking the 18th time under Bruce Weber that the Wildcats have collected 20 or more assists in a contest... The team is 15-3 in those matchups with all 3 losses coming on the road.
Four Wildcats have scored in double figures in each of the first 2 games, including consecutive double-digit performances from sophomore Barry Brown, senior Wesley Iwundu and sophomore Kamau Stokes... In all, five different players have at least one double-digit scoring game, including one each by senior D.J. Johnson and freshman Xavier Sneed.
K-State is 31-8 under Bruce Weber when having at least 4 players score in double figures, including 2-0 this season.

IMPROVEMENT FROM LONG RANGE
One of the focal points for K-State in the offseason was to make improvement from 3-point range, where the Wildcats finished 10th in the Big 12 in both 3-point field goal percentage (30.0) and 3-point field goals made per game (5.30).
K-State is shooting 44.7 percent (17-of-38) from 3-point range and is averaging 8.5 3-point field goals per game.
The Wildcats knocked down 10-of-14 3-point field goals in the opener with Western Illinois (11/11), including all 7 treys in the second half... Six different players had at least one 3-pointer, including season-best 4-of-5 performance by Xavier Sneed.
The 71.4 3-point percentage vs. Western Illinois was the highest of Bruce Weber era and the 3rd-most makes.
Seven Wildcats have at least one 3-pointer this season, including a team-best 5-of-10 start by Xavier Sneed.
K-State has made at least one 3-pointer in 274 consecutive games dating back to the 2008 NCAA Tournament.

GETTING DEFENSIVE
K-State has put up some impressive defensive numbers under head coach Bruce Weber, leading the Big 12 in scoring defense twice in the past 4 seasons (60.4 ppg. in 2012-13 and 65.4 ppg. in 2013-14).
K-State has held its first 2 opponents to an average of just 61.5 points on 38.3 percent shooting, including 33.3 percent from 3-point range, with just 20 assists on 41 made field goals... The Wildcats have also scored 43 points (21.5 ppg.) off 29 turnovers.
K-State is 71-22 under Bruce Weber when holding an opponent to 69 points or less and 10-32 when allowing 70 or more.
K-State is 43-6 under Bruce Weber when holding an opponent to less than 60 points, including 1-0 this season.
Since Weber’s arrival at K-State in 2012-13 (spanning 135 games), the Wildcats lead the Big 12 in scoring defense at 64.3 points per game (8,683)... The next closest team in that span is Baylor (64.9 ppg.) followed by Oklahoma State (65.3 ppg.).
50 opponents have been held to 60 points or less in Weber’s tenure with the Wildcats boasting a 43-7 mark in those contests (losses to Kansas in 2012, Northern Colorado & Kentucky in 2013, Texas Southern & Georgia in 2014 and Texas & OSU in 2016).
23 Big 12 opponents have been held to 60 points or less (21 in regular-season Big 12 play) with the Wildcats posting a 20-3 record in those matchups, including an 19-3 mark in Big 12 regular-season play (losses to Kansas in 2012, Texas & OSU in 2016).

QUITE THE RUN
K-State was able to change the momentum early against Omaha (11/15), holding the Mavericks without a field goal for 7:35 of the first half... The Wildcats went from trailing 13-4 at the 14:55 mark of the first half to leading 27-15 at the 7:20 mark, resulting in a 23-2 run and included 21 straight points... Omaha turned the ball over 7 times and missed 6 field goals.
Six different Wildcats scored during the incredible run highlighted by a 9-point effort from senior D.J. Johnson.
It marked the second consecutive contest that K-State held an opponent without a field goal for nearly 6 minutes, as the Wildcats held Western Illinois (11/11) to a drought of 5:57 to open the first half of the opener... The Leathernecks missed their first 7 field goals and turned the ball over twice, as the Wildcats built a 7-2 lead.
K-State also held WIU to just 2 made field goals (on 12 attempts) in the last 7:35 of the second half, as the Wildcats finished the game on a 25-6 run after the Leathernecks had closed the gap to 57-49 with a layup with 7:51 remaining.

BROWN OFF TO A FAST START
Sophomore Barry Brown is off to a solid start to the season, as he is averaging a team-best 16.5 points on 54.5 percent (12-of-22) shooting, including 60 percent (3-of-5) from 3-point range to go with 4.5 rebounds, 4.0 assists and 1.5 steals per game.
Brown has led the Wildcats in scoring through the first 2 games, scoring a season-high 18 points in the opener with Western Illinois (11/11) on 7-of-11 field goals to go with a game-high 15-point effort on 5-of-11 shooting vs. Omaha (11/15).
Brown is also doing more than just scoring, as he collected a team-high 3 steals to go with 6 rebounds and 3 assists in 32 minutes vs. WIU, while he dished out 5 assists (on just 2 turnovers) with 3 rebounds vs. Omaha.
Brown is the only Wildcat to score in double figures in both exhibitions and the first 2 games, posting 17 vs. Pittsburg State (10/28) and 15 vs. Washburn (11/4) in exhibition play... He is averaging 16.3 points during that span on 55 percent (22-of-40), including 50 percent (7-of-14) from 3-point range.

COUNTDOWN TO 400
Head coach Bruce Weber is closing in a coaching milestone, as he stands just six wins shy of 400 in his 19-year coaching career, which includes stints at Southern Illinois (1998-2003), Illinois (2003-12) and now K-State (2012-present).
Weber would become the 131st Division I head coach to accomplish the feat, including the 51st active coach... Kennesaw State head coach Al Skinner (397) needs just three wins for 400, while N.C. State head coach Mark Gottfried (389) is 11 shy of the milestone... He would be the fourth current Big 12 coach to win 400 games, joining Bob Huggins, Bill Self and Lon Kruger.
Weber currently ranks 37th among active Division I head coaches in winning percentage (.652).
Weber, who is 81-54 in his fifth season, could pass several coaches on the school’s all-time wins list this season, including Charles Corsaut (89, 1923-33), Tom Asbury (85, 1994-2000), Jim Wooldridge (83, 2000-06) and Lon Kruger (81, 1986-90).
Interesting note, Weber is not the only Wildcat head coach that could reach a coaching milestone this season, as football coach Bill Snyder stands two wins from 200 (all at K-State), women’s basketball coach Jeff Mittie is six wins from 500 in his career and baseball coach Brad Hill is 16 wins away from 850 in his career... Volleyball coach Suzie Fritz recently won her 300th match.

A SUCCESSFUL OPENER
K-State officially opened the 2016-17 season on Nov. 11 with an 82-55 win over Western Illinois.
The Wildcats led for more 36 minutes, including as high as 28 points... The team connected on 44.3 percent (27-of-61) from the field, including 71.4 percent (10-of-14) from 3-point range, while they held the Leathernecks to 36.5 percent shooting.
K-State scored 47 points in the second half on 62.5 percent (27-of-61) shooting, including hitting all 7 3-pointers, and knocked down 90.9 percent (10-of-11) of its free throws... The squad shot just 32.4 percent (12-of-37) in the first half.
K-State ended the game on a 25-6 run (over the last 7:35) after Western Illinois closed the gap to 57-49 with 7:51 to play.
Freshman Xavier Sneed helped ignite a 12-0 run by the Wildcats with a 3-pointer from the corner at the 7:18 mark.
Sophomore Barry Brown was one of four Wildcats in double figures with a game-high 18 points on 7-of-11 shooting... Senior Wesley Iwundu (17), Sneed (17) and sophomore Kamau Stokes (11) also scored in double figures.
Iwundu nearly posted his third double-double in an opener, finishing with 9 rebounds... He tallied 14 points and 10 rebounds vs. Northern Colorado in 2014 and 23 points and 10 rebounds vs. UMES in 2015... He did not play in his sophomore opener.
Senior D.J. Johnson corralled a career-best 12 rebounds to go with 7 points vs. Western Illinois, which were the most rebounds by a Wildcat in a season opener since Ron Anderson also had 12 boards against Florida A&M on Nov. 14, 2008.
In addition to his 11 points, Stokes dished out a career-tying 5 assists to just 1 turnover... It was his first game since going down a season-ending injury against Ole Miss on Jan. 30, which forced him to miss the last 12 games.
Five Wildcats made their debuts (Sneed, Isaiah Maurice, Brian Patrick, Pierson McAtee and Kade Kinnamon).

PAIR OF FRESHMEN TO MISS 2016-17 SEASON
Freshmen Cartier Diarra and James Love III are expected to miss the 2016-17 season after going down with injuries.
Diarra went down with a knee injury in a practice in early July and underwent surgery on July 13.
Love broke his foot in a practice in late October and underwent surgery on Nov. 5.
Diarra averaged a double-double of 18.8 points and 11.0 rebounds per game his senior season at West Florence High School en route to earning Class 4A All-State honors from the South Carolina Basketball Coaches Association (SCBCA)... Love averaged 10 points, 13 rebounds and 5 blocks per game as a senior at American Heritage High School in Plantation, Fla.

BEASLEY, McGRUDER MAKE NBA OPENING DAY ROSTERS

K-State had two former players on opening day NBA rosters, as Michael Beasley (Milwaukee Bucks) and Rodney McGruder (Miami HEAT) debut for their respective teams on Oct. 26.
K-State is one of six Big 12 teams with multiple NBA players, joining Baylor, Kansas, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State and Texas... It marked the first time multiple Wildcats have been on NBA teams since Beasley (Miami), Bill Walker (Miami) and Cartier Martin (Detroit) all played in the league during the 2014-15 season.
Beasley, who is entering his ninth NBA season, played the final 20 games of the 2015-16 season with the Houston Rockets after a stint with the Shandong Golden Stars of the Chinese Basketball Association. He was traded to the Bucks in September.
McGruder, who is entering his first season in the NBA, signed a free-agent contract with the HEAT in July and was able to snag with the final spots on the team’s 15-man roster... He helped the HEAT’s D-League team (Sioux Falls Skyforce) to D-League title.

BOOZER NAMED TO COLLEGIATE BASKETBALL HALL OF FAME
Two-time All-American basketball player Bob Boozer was among eight individuals announced on March 22 to the 11th class of the National Collegiate Basketball Hall of Fame. He will be posthumously inducted on Friday, Nov. 18 at the Arvest Bank Theatre at the Midland in Kansas City, as part of the CBE Hall of Fame Classic at the Sprint Center.
Already a member of the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame for his efforts on the record-setting 1960 U.S. Olympic team, Boozer is the third person with K-State ties to be named to the National Collegiate Basketball Hall of Fame, including the second men’s basketball player, following his legendary coach Tex Winter (2010) and Rolando Blackman (2015).
Considered one of the most decorated players in K-State history, Boozer was a first team All-American in both 1958 and 1959 and he averaged a double-double for his 77-game career with 21.9 points on 44 percent shooting with 10.7 rebounds per game. He is one of only two players (Willie Murrell) in school history to average 20 points and 10 rebounds in a career.

RECAPPING THE EXHIBITION SEASON
Kansas State went 2-0 in exhibition play, posting an 85-72 win over Pittsburg State on Oct. 28 and a 73-58 win over Washburn on Nov. 4... In all, the Wildcats went 5-2 in exhibition play, which includes a 3-2 mark during its European tour in August.
K-State is 63-20 (.759) all-time in exhibition play dating back to 1964, including a 42-9 (.824) mark at Bramlage Coliseum.
The Wildcats have now won 20 consecutive exhibition games dating back to 2004.
K-State is 8-0 in home exhibition play under head coach Bruce Weber.
K-State is now 6-0 vs. Washburn and 4-0 vs. Pittsburg State in exhibition play.
The Wildcats averaged 79 points during exhibition play on 45.1 percent (55-of-122) shooting from the field, including 37 percent (17-of-46) from 3-point range, with 41.5 rebounds, 14.5 assists, 9.5 steals and 6.0 blocks per game... The squad allowed 65 points on 36.1 percent (44-of-122) shooting, including 28 percent (14-of-50) from 3-point range.
K-State also averaged 31.0 points in the paint, 16.0 points off of turnovers, 8.0 fast-break points and 29.0 bench points.
Sophomore Barry Brown was the only Wildcat to score in double figures in both exhibitions, posting a game-high 17 points vs. Pittsburg State (10/28) on 6-of-11 field goals to go with a 15-point effort vs. Washburn (11/4) on 4-of-7 shooting... Brown averaged 16.0 points on 55.6 percent shooting (10-of-18), including 44.4 percent (4-of-9) from 3-point range.
Senior Wesley Iwundu (12.0 ppg.) and freshman Xavier Sneed (11.0 ppg.) also averaged double figures during exhibition play... Iwundu posted a double-double vs. Washburn (11/4) with a game-high 21 points on 8-of-13 field goals with a game-best 11 rebounds... Sneed scored 13 points vs. Pitt State (10/28) on 6-of-11 field goals to go with a 9-point effort vs. Washburn.
Iwundu led the team in rebounding (7.5 rpg.) and assists (3.0 apg.) in exhibition play.
Six different Wildcats tallied at least 6 made field goals in exhibition play.

‘CATS JUMP START SEASON WITH EUROPEAN TRIP
K-State was able to get a jump start on its preparations for the 2016-17 with a 10-day trip to Italy and Switzerland from August 8-19... Aside from the cultural experience of visiting historic landmarks in both countries, the Wildcats were able to play five games against various club, select and national teams and posted a 3-2 record.
K-State defeated BC Silute (97-80) on August 11, the Italian Select (90-55) on August 13 and BBC Lausanne (68-47) on August 18 with losses to LCC University (75-82) on August 10 and the Kosovo National Team (74-85) on August 16.
The Wildcats averaged 80.8 points on 43.6 percent shooting (152-of-349) with 45.4 rebounds, 11.8 steals and 11.6 assists per game... Sophomore Kamau Stokes led the way in scoring at 10.8 points per game to go with a team-best 3.0 assists, 3.2 rebounds and 1.6 steals per outing... Stokes had a tour-high 20 points in the loss to the Kosovo National Team.
Freshman Xavier Sneed, who scored in double figures in the first four contests, also averaged double figures at 10.4 points per game to go with 3.2 rebounds and 1.6 steals per game... Sophomore Dean Wade averaged 9.6 points and 6.2 rebounds per game, while senior D.J. Johnson led the way in rebounding at 6.8 per outing to go with an 8.0 points per game average on 69.6 percent shooting... Five other players averaged better than 5 points per game (Barry Brown (7.6 ppg.), Carlbe Ervin II (6.8 ppg.), Isaiah Maurice (6.2 ppg.), Brian Patrick (6.2 ppg.) and Wesley Iwundu (5.4 ppg.).

‘CATS ANNOUNCE THE SIGNINGS OF McGUIRL, SHADD & STOCKARD
Head coach Bruce Weber announced the signing of high school standouts Mike McGuirl (Ellington, Conn./East Catholic), Nigel Shadd (Chandler, Ariz./Tri-City Christian Academy) and Levi Stockard III (St. Louis, Mo./Vashon) on Nov. 11.
The trio went a combined 72-8 during their respective junior seasons in 2015-16 with two state titles… They have a combined four state championships in their careers.
A 6-foot-2, 175-pound guard McGuirl averaged 19 points, 6 rebounds, 4 assists and 4 blocks in 2015-16… He was First Team Class L All-State and selected to FAB 15 All-Courant Team.
A 6-foot-9, 238-pound forward Shadd averaged 18.5 points on 69.3 percent shooting with 14 rebounds and 3.9 blocks… Twice named to Canyon Athletic Association All-State Teams.
A 6-foot-8, 240-pound forward Stockard averaged 10 points on 94.7 percent shooting with 5.3 rebounds and 1.8 blocks… Named to Class 4 All-State Team as a junior.

UP NEXT: ROBERT MORRIS (0-3)
K-State returns to action on Tuesday, Nov. 22 when the Wildcats play host to Robert Morris (0-3) at 7 p.m., as part of the Barclays Center Classic at Bramlage Coliseum.