#2. Trayce Jackson-Davis looks re-energized with a double-double in limited action
Jackson-Davis is averaging just 12.3 points on 48.6 percent shooting from the field in 33.0 minutes in his last four games. The Hoosiers are just 1-3 in those games and Jackson-Davis has looked like he’s lacking the passion and fire to carry this Hoosiers team to a successful season.
TJD is playing pretty well defensively, averaging 4.5 blocks and 1.0 steals in this four-game stretch, including a career-high nine blocks against No. 8 Kansas, but still didn’t impact the game enough on both ends to lead Indiana to a competitive road game against the defending national champs.
Trayce Jackson-Davis looks to get back on track, notching his fifth double-double of the season in less than 25 minutes of action. Though this should be a game where others step up and carry the load, Jackson-Davis needs to show Hoosier Nation that he’s still the best player on this team.