Kansas basketball vs. ETSU Preview: How to watch, odds, and analysis

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Kansas basketball will take on the East Tennessee State Buccaneers tonight at 7:00 PM in Allen Fieldhouse. Here’s everything you need to know for the game between the ETSU and the Jayhawks, including how to watch, odds, and more.

Kansas basketball vs. ETSU at a glance:

Time: 7:00 PM central time

Place: Allen Fieldhouse – Lawrence, Kansas

Watch: ESPN+

Listen: FM- KKSW 105.9, or AM- KLWN 1320 (Lawrence Stations)

Line: Kansas -15 (Odds courtesy of The Action Network)

Last Meeting: 1996, 108-73 Kansas

All-Time Series: Kansas leads 3-0

Full Preview: Five things to know about ETSU

Kansas basketball is coming off of a dominant win last Friday night against Monmouth. ETSU is also coming off of a, having just taken care of Winthrop in a close game. The Jayhawks may have rolled through Monmouth last week, but ETSU might not go down so easy.

The Buccaneers were picked to finish first in their conference this season, in addition to having three players named to their all-conference team. Considering ETSU has a chance of being a tournament team come March, this could be seen as a quality win down the road for Kansas.

While the Buccaneers will be solid in the Southern Conference, they should be no match for Kansas basketball. The Jayhawks seem to finally be figuring things out, as the infusion of Isaiah Moss has been huge for the Kansas offense.

Moss’ threat as a shooter is valuable for more reasons than just the raw scoring he provides. Moss also serves to spread the floor, which makes life easier for Udoka Azubuike and Devon Dotson.

Continuing to iron out kinks in the offense will be important against ETSU since it will be the last game the Jayhawks play before traveling to Hawaii for the Maui Invitational.

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After this week, it’ll be off to Hawaii to face Chaminade on Monday, November 25. After Chaminade, Kansas will face either UCLA or BYU, so it’ll be important for the Jayhawks to have their offense figured out by that point.