It’s hard to know what to expect from Butler when it comes to the Breslin Center on Friday for a Gavitt Games matchup (6:30 p.m., FS1) against Michigan State. The team returns just two active players from last year’s team and features six new transfers and four freshmen in a nearly completely overhauled roster. That group is 3-0 with all three wins by 30 or more points. Bit it hasn’t played any teams ranked higher than No. 285 in the country on Kenpom.com.