Stanford might be the best 4-4 team in the country. The Cardinal has had a tough schedule but may get a breather Saturday when it hosts 1-6 Eastern Washington. Three of Stanford's losses have been to ranked teams, and they nearly beat Kansas in their last game, which went to overtime.
Eastern Washington started its season with two blowout losses to ranked teams and has only one win. Only three games have been decided by less than 10 points, and one of those was the win.
Stanford is led by KZ Okpala at 17 points and 6.3 rebounds per game. Cormac Ryan is averaging 10.9 points and four rebounds. Okpala is shooting 47 percent from three-point land, but the team's overall shooting percentage is not that great. Stanford is shooting 42 percent inside the arc and 31 percent outside. The team has 52 three-pointers. Stanford is averaging 70.6 points and is giving up 71 per game. Stanford is averaging 6.5 steals and two players are averaging around 1.5 per game.
Eastern Washington is led by Jesse Hunt with 15.9 points and 8.7 rebounds per game. He leads the team in three-pointers with 14 and is shooting 50 percent from there, and is shooting 52 percent inside the arc. Things fall off fast for the Eagles from there. No one else is in double figures. Jacob Davison is averaging 8.7 points. The Eagles are shooting 35 percent on two-point shots and 28 percent from behind the arc. Eastern Washington is averaging 63.9 points and is giving up 79.1.