The Sycamores of Indiana State are having a season to certainly remember. They have one of the best records in the country and have been racking up the wins, and they have been doing so in strong style. Only having four losses on the record against Alabama on the road, Michigan State on the road, Drake on the road, and falling to Illinois State recently, Indiana State still looks to be a team that no one will want to see come tournament time.

When diving into more of their roster and playstyle, they bring such a balanced attack inside and out. They have strong guards that can create and knock down shots from behind the arc, as Isaiah Swope leads the way with 17.7ppg but they have five players that are averaging in double-figures. Robbie Avila is a big who can score inside and out, stretches the court, and can also find teammates as well as be effective on the boards. Ryan Conwell, Jayson Kent, and Julian Larry all have played their role, as this is a team that can make plays offensively and is a strong shooting team from the perimeter. As a team, they nearly shoot 40 percent from behind the arc and rank as a Top-5 team in total made threes this season. They share and move the ball extremely well, they have shown they can win games in a variety of ways, and continue to be one of the more dangerous teams on the offensive end. Now, they aren’t the strongest teams on the boards which could come into play at times, but this is a team that if they get hot and find their rhythm offensively, that may not have to come into play.

They have already matched their wins from last year when they made it to the Quarterfinals of the CBI, but this is a team that looks even more dangerous this season. Even though they had a recent slip-up against Illinois State, a loss that surprised many, they are still leading the charge in the MVC, and could be a dangerous outing come tournament time.