Indiana’s “other” big men shine with Jackson-Davis defeating Little Rock

BLOOMINGTON, Indiana — The slick left-hander dominated early for Indiana, playing great buddy ball with running mate Race Thompson. Simply not THE Left handed.

We’ve seen left-wing Trayce Jackson-Davis thrive in the post for more than three years, but he’s “stricken” and missed Wednesday night’s game. Instead, his 6-foot-9 left Malik Reneau got his first start, and the Hoosiers didn’t miss a beat. Thompson had 20 points and eight rebounds and Reneau added 10 points – eight of them in the first five minutes – in Indiana’s 87-68 win over Little Rock.