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For starters

Indiana begins conference season in about 30 minutes at Michigan State.

For the No. 13 Hoosiers, it will be interesting to see how they defend Spartans forward Draymond Green. The 6-foot-7, 230-pound forward is averaging 15.5 point and 9.8 rebounds.

IU hasn't announced whether either Verdell Jones III (hip flexor) or Will Sheehey (left ankle) will play. The injuries could mean more action for freshman guard Remy Abell, who is averaging 3.9 points in 8.8 minutes.

One streak is going to end. Michigan State, ranked No. 16, has won 11 in a row. The Hoosiers are 12-0.

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