TEXAS-SAN ANTONIO (5-23, 3-12 C-USA) AT CHARLOTTE (10-17, 6-8)
Halton Arena, 7 p.m.
The 49ers begin their final Conference USA home stand when they host the Roadrunners. … Charlotte is on a two-game losing streak, falling on the road to Marshall and Western Kentucky. … Texas-San Antonio snapped a nine-game league losing streak Saturday by beating Southern Mississippi, but still sits at the bottom of the league standings. … 49ers center Joseph Uchebo is just two away from breaking the C-USA record for rebounds in conference games. The record is 186, set by Cincinnati’s Kenyon Martin during the 1999-2000 season.
WINTHROP (20-7, 12-4 BIG SOUTH) AT HIGH POINT (18-9, 11-5)
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Millis Center, High Point, 7 p.m. (ESPNU)
First place in the Big South standings – and top seed in next week’s conference tournament – is on the line when the Eagles face the Panthers. … With two games remaining, Winthrop leads the conference standings, while High Point is tied with UNC Asheville for second. … The Eagles and Panthers are both on four-game winning streaks, but Winthrop beat High Point 86-66 on Jan. 14.
APPALACHIAN STATE (7-20, 5-11 SUN BELT) AT GEORGIA SOUTHERN (13-14, 9-8)
Hanner Fieldhouse, Statesboro, Ga., 7:30 p.m.
The Mountaineers, trying to remain out of the Sun Belt cellar, face long-time rival Eagles. … With four games left, Appalachian State is next-to-last in the league standings, a game ahead of Troy. … Georgia Southern has three games remaining, and is fifth in the league standings, a game behind Texas-Arlington. … The Mountaineers snapped a six-game losing streak Saturday by beating Troy 78-74. … Georgia Southern, which has won two of its past three games, downed Appalachian State 101-100 on Jan. 25.
FLORIDA STATE (16-11, 6-9) AT NO. 15 DUKE (20-7, 9-5)
Cameron Indoor Stadium, Durham, 7 p.m. (ESPN)
Both Luke Kennard and Marshall Plumlee were asked about Amile Jefferson’s status Tuesday. Jefferson has been out since breaking his foot on Dec. 12.
“He’s working hard, bringing a lot of energy to the floor,” Kennard said. “He’s still feeling some pain, but we’re hoping he can be back really soon for us.”
Plumlee added that “physically some things he can’t do yet.”