St. John’s Game Tonight: St. John’s vs Indiana Injury Report, Odds, TV Channel

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The St. John’s basketball program hits the road for the first time this season. 

After two dominating victories to begin the season, the St. John’s basketball team will hit the road to face the Indiana Hoosiers on Wednesday night in Bloomington.

Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall will be in full bore as Mike Anderson and the Johnnies will get its crack at first year head coach Mike Woodson and the Hoosiers as Indiana will try for its first signature win under its new leader.

The matchup will feature two potential All-American candidates in St. John’s junior forward Julian Champagnie and Indiana junior Trayce Jackson-Davis, both of whom are off to fantastic starts to the season.

St. John’s Injury Report vs. Indiana

St. John’s has not had any injury concerns since sophomore guard Dylan Addae-Wusu was on the court and played in the season opener on Tuesday night against Mississippi Valley State.

The Johnnies will be fully healthy heading into Bloomington to face the Indiana Hoosiers on Wednesday night.

St. John’s vs. Indiana Odds: Spread, Over/Under & Betting Pick

WynnBET’s College Basketball Odds lists St. John’s as a six-point underdog on Wednesday night as the over/under is set at 148.5.

Both the Red Storm and Hoosiers have defeated lesser competition in its first two games but the Johnnies have performed better to begin the season than Indiana.

Because of that we will take St. John’s to cover the spread, and win outright against Indiana, as the total will go under the number listed.

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What Channel is the St. John’s Game On?

The game will be broadcast at 9:00 p.m. E.T. on FoxSports1.

St. John’s vs. Indiana Live Stream

Tonight’s St. John’s game can be streamed live on Fubo TV.

St. John’s Basketball Next Game and Schedule

Saturday, Nov. 20: vs. Fairleigh Dickinson (6 p.m.)

Tuesday, Nov. 23 vs. St. Francis Brooklyn (7 p.m.)

Saturday, Nov. 27 vs. NJIT (4 p.m.)

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