Purdue Boilermakers 2010/11

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Boilermakers Big Ten
Coach: Matt Painter
Record: 26-8
Dance Seed: 3
Dance Result: Round of 32
Players: JaJuan Johnson
E'Twaun Moore
*Lewis Jackson
NCAA Stats CategoryRank+/-
RPI absolute 1 A+
Scoring Offense * 69
Scoring Defense * 31 B+
Free-Throw Percentage * 97 B-
Rebound Margin * 121 C+
Assists Per Game * 20 A-
Turnovers Per Game * 9 A+
Scoring Margin 16
Field-Goal Percentage 110 C+
Field-Goal Percentage Defense 75 B-
Three-Point Field-Goal Percentage 74
Three-Point Field Goals Per Game 93 B-
Won-Lost Percentage 24 A-
Blocked Shots Per Game 75 B-
Steals Per Game 184
Personal Fouls Per Game 96 B-
Assist Turnover Ratio 6 A+
ThreePt FG Defense 71
Turnover Margin 14
MPI - Marchpool Index 10
Dance of 68 StatsRank+/-
Paint58C-
Shooting55C-
Offense44C+
Poise59C+
Defense48
Ball Control4A+
Dominance63A+
Resilience50
RPI Decade62D+
2011
Round of 32
Purdue's 2010/11 dream was suppose to have ended with Big 10 POY Robbie Hummel's season ending injury. Boilermaker head coach Matt Painter never brought into that scenario, and rallied his team to a 3 seed in the big dance. Behind the play of All-American guard E'Twaun Moore and Center JaJuan Johnson, Painter orchestrated his other players roles in masterful fashion, resulting in a 14-4 Big Ten campaign.  Unfortunately for Purdue, they drew Shaka Smart's VCU squad, with it's potent full court press, in their 'Round of 32' match-up.  VCU put the defensive clamps on Moore, beating the Boilers 94-76, and thus advancing to the Sweet 16 on their way to their historic Final 4 run.