HD Video: IU signees in Indiana All-Stars 90-85 win over Kentucky

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — A trio of future teammates took the floor together on Friday night.

Yogi Ferrell, Jeremy Hollowell and Ron Patterson each played a part in the Indiana All-Stars 90-85 win over the Kentucky All-Stars at Freedom Hall.

We’ve compiled close to two minutes of high definition quality footage of the IU signees in the embedded media player below:

More Indiana All-Stars coverage:

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· HD Video: Indiana All-Stars react to win over Kentucky
· Late steal by Ferrell helps Indiana All-Stars prevail, 90-85
· Photo Gallery: Indiana All-Stars exhibition
· HD Video: IU signees react to All-Star exhibition win
· HD Video: Ferrell, Patterson at Indiana All-Stars exhibition
· HD Video: Hartman, Hollowell at Indiana All-Stars exhibition
· HD Video: Devin Davis at Indiana All-Stars exhibtion

  • Bfblog

    5 short months til these guys are on Branch McCracken court with Hoosier Nation at fever pitch

  • N71

    I attended the All-Star game and really liked what I saw:

    Hollowell is really, really good and seems to still be growing. It’s those moments where he explodes and just takes over that has people saying different things about him. When you see him take over you wonder why it isn’t that way all the way throughout the game. My guess is conditioning where you pick and choose your spots. You can’t play full out all the time and not gas out. In time, conditioning will allow him to play full out more and more which is really something. When he’s at full speed he’s better than Gary Harris.

    Yogi is so fast that sometimes people don’t know how to play with him. It reminds me of Jason Kidd when he was young, he can go from end to end, under control somewhat, before you know it. If you’re a defender you blink and you’re in trouble. As a teammate I’m not sure how you keep up. Yogi’s conditioning seems amazing, I don’t know how he plays at that tempo all the time, no one else on the court could do that, they were more like Hollowell where they chose their moments. I see Yogi getting a bunch of minutes right off the bat because his conditioning will afford him the ability to go 100% all the time.

    Ron Patterson will be fun to watch develop, he has all the tools, but like Hollowell conditioning (more lung versus muscle) will take time. For whatever reason Jim Thomas comes to mind, a thick rebounding, hard nosed guard that becomes a rock for your team over time.

    Butler got a gem in Dunham, he’s a guy a team can be built around.

    Notre Dame got a gem as well in Burgett, he’s long, springy, smart…should have a great career.

    It will be interesting to see how Gary Harris is used at MSU. He shoots well of course but what has made him such a stand out so far is driving like D-Wade. In college the size goes up so it will be interesting so see how he does with more and more contact. At this point, he’s done great but it will be like going from being hit by a piece of 1/4 round trim to being hit by a 2×4. The NBA would be a railroad tie for those keeping count.

  • ScoopGeoff

    Are we sure that Buss is only 6’2″… Every time I see him in these videos he looks bigger – like 6’3 1/2″.

  • Reggie

    Yogi is gonna dominate every guard in the Big 10 with his speed.

  • Pritch24

    I agree, comparing his height to other players, he seems a bit more than 6-2. Regardless, with that wingspan he can block a three-point shot from the free-throw line.

  • Dick_Pepperfield

    I was front row at the game. Hollowell is straight lazy and doesn’t seem to care for periods of the game. Crean will have his work cut out for him but I am sure if anyone can motivate him its CTC. Compare him to Ron Patterson who goes all out the whole game you cant make any excuses for Jeremy other then he is a typical lazy, talented kid with a ton of upside.

  • martyks

    It’s easy to figure out why Kentucky doesn’t want to play IU anymore. Change their nickname from Wildcats to Chickenlivers

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