BATON ROUGE – LSU looks to get things back on the winning side of the ledger Saturday when it opens a two-game home stand at 7 p.m. against McNeese State at the Pete Maravich Assembly Center. The Tigers are 3-2 on the season after going 1-2 in the Paradise Jam in the Virgin Islands last week while McNeese is 2-1.“I thought the trip served a good purpose,” LSU coach Johnny Jones said in a university release. “One, our team having the chance to bond, get closer and at the same time a lot of basketball was played. We actually played against teams that had different styles, and our guys had to make sure that they had to make adjustments. I thought we played extremely hard.”Jordan Mickey, who had two double-doubles in the Virgin Islands and a career night of 27 points in the win over Weber State, earned all-tournament honors for LSU and comes into the McNeese State game averaging a double-double with 17.8 points and 10 rebounds a game. He also has been successful from the field, hitting 40-of-72 field goal attempts (55.6 percent).The tournament also saw the continued emergence of sophomore guard Tim Quarterman off the bench. He is averaging almost 30 minutes a game through the first five games with an average of 9 points a game. He had a career-high 16 points in the loss to Clemson.McNeese is coming off wins over Louisiana College and Jarvis Christian after a season-opening loss at Baylor.