Player of the Night – Ray McCallum, Detroit
McCallum had 16 points, 13 rebounds, eight assists and four steals in Detroit’s win over Cleveland State. McCallum set career highs in offensive rebounds (seven) and total rebounds. He’s the first player with at least 16 points, 13 rebounds, eight assists and four steals in a regulation game since Connecticut ’s Ben Gordon (17 points, 16 rebounds, 11 assists, five steals vs Iona) in December 2003.
Least Impressive Performance of the Night – Tim Hardaway Jr., Michigan
Hardaway scored just two points on 1-for-11 shooting and had no assists in Michigan’s 75-52 loss at Michigan State. The two points matched a career low for Hardaway -- he scored two points against Penn State during his freshman season. The 1-for-11 shooting night (9.1 percent) is the worst field-goal percentage of his career.
Stat Sheet Stuffer – Dane Miller, Rutgers
Miller came off the bench to total seven points, four rebounds, four assists, two steals and two blocks in Rutgers’ 57-55 win over Seton Hall. It was the first time in Miller’s 119 career games that he posted those numbers without reaching double digits in any statistic. As impressive as that is, this is even more impressive: Rutgers won despite not making a single field goal in the final 9 minutes, 30 seconds of the game.
Trillion of the Night – Kris Walden, Towson
How about this stat line? Walden had zero points, zero rebounds, zero assists, zero steals, zero blocks and zero shot attempts in 15 minutes. Walden’s lone contributions to the box score were a turnover and two fouls. Walden is the 15th Division I player this season to play at least 15 minutes without a point, rebound, assist, block, steal or shot attempt. He’s the first CAA player to do so since Northeastern’s Alwayne Bigy against the Hofstra Pride in February 2010.