Kansas vs Iowa State basketball: Start time, live stream, starting lineups, and more


11th-ranked Iowa State basketball (16-4, 6-2) will try to reach the halfway point of the Big 12 season by sweeping the eight-ranked Kansas Jayhawks (18-3, 7-1).

  • When: Monday, February 2nd – 8:00 PM CT
  • Where: Allen Fieldhouse; Lawrence, KS
  • TV: ESPN
  • Stream: WatchESPN (authorized cable/satellite provider)
  • Announcers: Brent Musburger (play-by-play), Fran Fraschilla (analyst), Holly Rowe (sideline)
  • Radio: Cyclone Radio Network (affiliate list)
  • Announcers: John Walters (play-by-play), Eric Heft (analyst)

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Betting information

Kansas opened as a 5.5-point favorite and the number is rising. The public believes that Iowa State’s road woes will continue and the Jayhawks will get their revenge. At most offshore sportsbooks, the spread is currently at 6.5 while Vegas has the line at 7.

Projected starting lineups

Iowa State

  • Georges Niang (#31, Jr F)
  • Dustin Hogue (#22, Sr F)
  • Monte Morris (#11, So G)
  • Naz Long (#15, Jr G)
  • Bryce Dejean-Jones (#13, Sr G)


  • Frank Mason III (#0, So G)
  • Wayne Selden, Jr. (#1, So G)
  • Kelly Oubre, Jr. (#12, Fr G)
  • Jamari Traylor (#31, Jr F)
  • Perry Ellis (#34, Jr F)

Network information

This is Iowa State basketball’s third appearance on ESPN. They are 2-0 in defeating Kansas and Texas. Here’s where you can find the four-letter network.

  • DirecTV: 206
  • Dish Network: 140
  • AT&T U-verse: 1602 (602 SD)
  • Verizon FiOS: 570 (70 SD)
  • Google Fiber: 21
  • Mediacom (Ames/Nevada): 830 (35, 55-5 SD)

Series history

Iowa State basketball has a 61-176 overall record against Kansas and are just 15-90 at Lawrence. However, Kansas has lost nine times at home in Big 12 conference play all-time and Iowa State beat them in three of those games. The Cyclones have also won two straight against them.

Quick notes

  • Monte Morris had his first career double-double (11 points, 10 assists) last time against Kansas.
  • Iowa State owned the boards against TCU with a 44-30 rebounding advantage.
  • Georges Niang has increased his scoring in recent games with 19 against Texas and 23 against TCU.

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