Temple (14-12, 5-8 American Athletic Conference) at East Carolina (11-14, 3-9).

When: Wednesday, 7 p.m., Williams Arena at Minges Coliseum Greenville, N.C.

Television: ESPNEWS.

Coaches: Temple, Fran Dunphy (11th season, 228-132; overall, 538-295); ECU, Jeff Lebo (7th season, 110-114; overall, 321-270).

Series:  Temple leads, 4-1.

Last meeting:  Jan. 7, 2017, Temple won 81-62 at home.

Points per game: Temple, 71.0 ppg.; ECU, 61.4 ppg.

Opponents points per game: Temple, 71.1 ppg.; ECU, 63.6 ppg.

Free throw percentage: Temple, 71.7 percent; ECU, 64.1 percent.

Three-point percentage: Temple 35.6 percent; ECU, 29.9 percent.

Up next:  Temple hosts Connecticut Sunday at 4. ECU hosts Central Florida, Saturday at 4.

TEMPLE

Nov. 11 La Salle, 97-92 OT

Nov. 14 New Hampshire, 52-57

Nov. 17 at UMass, 67-70

Nov. 20 Manhattan, 88-67

Nov. 24 89-86 Florida State*

Nov. 25 81-77 West Virginia*

Nov. 30 at St. Joseph's, 78-72

Dec. 3 Penn, 70-62

Dec. 7 George Washington, 63-66

Dec. 10 DePaul, 74-65**

Dec. 13 at Villanova, 57-78

Dec. 17 NJIT, 68-63

Dec. 22 Yale, 83-77

Dec. 28 Cincinnati, 50-56

Dec. 31 at Central Florida, 53-77

Jan. 4 at SMU, 65-79

Jan. 7 East Carolina, 81-62

Jan. 11 at UConn, 59-73

Jan. 14 Tulsa, 68-70

Jan. 18 at Cincinnati, 74-81

Jan. 25 Memphis, 77-66

Jan. 28 at Houston, 66-79

Jan. 31 at Tulane, 79-71

Feb. 5 South Florida, 83-74

Feb. 9 SMU, 50-66

Feb. 12 at Memphis, 74-62

*NIT Season Tip-Off at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn

**Played in Miami

EAST CAROLINA

Nov. 11 Grambling State, 72-57

Nov. 14 North Carolina A&T, 61-51

Nov. 17 at Charlotte, 64-76

Nov. 20 Stetson, 73-50

Nov. 22 Florida A&M, 82-62

Nov. 25 vs. Mercer, 66-70*

Nov. 26 vs. Air Force, 70-63*

Nov. 29 Hampton, 68-48

Dec. 3 N.C. Central 69-56

Dec. 6 at Virginia, 53-76

Dec. 15 College of Charleston, 35-53

Dec. 20 at UNC Wilmington, 71-81

Dec. 22 Presbyterian, 75-56

Dec. 28 South Florida, 60-49

Dec. 31 SMU, 44-75

Jan. 3 at Central Florida, 45-48

Jan. 7 at Temple, 62-81

Jan. 11 Houston, 58-74

Jan. 15 Cincinnati, 45-55

Jan. 22 at UConn, 65-72

Jan. 25 Tulsa, 69-66

Jan. 28 at Memphis, 50-57

Feb. 1 at SMU, 46-86

Feb. 4 Tulane, 74-65

Feb. 11 at South Florida, 57-64

*at Savannah Georgia

TEMPLE

Probable Starters

G Shizz Alston, 6-4, So. 14.0 ppg, 4.0 apg.

G Quinton Rose, 6-8, Fr., 10.0 ppg., 3.8 rpg.

G Daniel Dingle, 6-7, r-Sr., 12.5 ppg., 4.5 rpg.

F Obi Enechionyia, 6-10, Jr. 13.3 ppg., 6.2 rpg.

C Damion Moore, 6-11, Fr., 2.9 ppg., 2.9 rpg.

Key reserves

G Alani Moore, 5-10, Fr., 7.3 ppg., 2.1 apg.

F Mark Williams, 6-8, Sr., 5.5 ppg., 2.7 rpg.

C Ernest Aflakpui, 6-10, So., 4.6 ppg., 5.2 rpg.

EAST CAROLINA

Probable starters

G Jeremy Sheppard, 6-1, Fr., 9.1 ppg., 3.2 apg.

G-F Kentrell Barkley, 6-5, So., 11.8 ppg., 2.4 apg.

G Caleb White,  6-7, Sr., 10.8 ppg., 2.5 rpg.

F Deng Riak, 6-10, r-Fr., 3.2 ppg., 4.5 rpg.

C Andre Washington, 7-1, Gr., 6.6 ppg., 7.4 rpg.

Key Reserves

F Michel Nzege, 6-8, Sr., 2.6 ppg., 2.3 rpg.

G Elijah Hughes, 6-6, Fr., 8.2 ppg., 2.6 rpg.

G Raquan Wilkins, 6-5, Fr., 2.0 ppg., 1.7 rpg.

About Temple: In Sunday's win at Memphis, Quinton Rose earned his first career start and scored 18 points in 33 minutes...Rose scored 13 of his points in the second half...He hit 4 of 5 from three-point range...Rose was named AAC rookie of the week for the fourth consecutive time...Temple's lone to victories over AAC teams with winning conference records have come against Memphis...Also aiding Temple were Daniel Dingle (13 points, 7 assists) and Shizz Alston (13 points, 3 assists).

About East Carolina:  South Florida earned its first AAC win and snapped a 12-game losing streak with Saturday's victory over the Pirates...Jeremy Sheppard had a team-high 17 points in the loss, while Kentrell Barkley had 12 points and 11 rebounds... The Pirates shot just 10 for 20 from the foul line...ECU had zero fast break points...Andre Washington, a graduate student from Wake Forest, is averaging 2.88 blocked shots per game...Leading scorer B.J. Tyson (11.9 ppg.) hasn't played since Jan. 11 against Houston when he suffered a leg injury.