Film Session: Troy’s start, second half turnovers

  • 02/10/2014 11:46 am in

After just five turnovers in the first half, the Hoosiers coughed the ball up 11 times against Minnesota in their 66-60 loss at Williams Arena on Saturday evening.

We’ll take a look at how Minnesota’s press and trapping sped IU up, as well as Troy Williams’ strong start in the latest edition of Film Session:

Stanford Robinson finds Noah Vonleh with a pass near the top of the key:


Vonleh surveys his options and opts to dribble right to hand off to Williams:


On the hand off, Williams looks like he may come down the middle of the lane. Vonleh seals off Joey King:


Williams ends up crossing over right and finding space in the mid-range on the right high block. King is stumbling to keep up:


Williams is able to hoist the shot and hit the top of his jump before King reaches out to try and get a hand in. The shot drops for the freshman:


Williams struggles at times with his decision making, but he did a nice job here of finding open space with the help of Vonleh, getting to the spot and scoring.


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  • Snookafly

    Troy has a surprisingly smooth stroke. I think once he gets his confidence up, and learns to value the mid-range jumper a little more, he’ll start lighting it up

  • gman

    I agree Snook… He just has to slow down a bit and hopefully that doesn’t screw up his game since he’s probably been going this fast since he’s been playing BBall. Maybe with time he will learn when and where too go fast and faster.

  • Snookafly

    He does play fast to the point of being out of control sometimes. That doesn’t bother me as much as a lack of concentration he seems to show a lot of the time. Oh well, in a year or two he should iron things out and be a beast.

  • Alford Bailey

    That was a glimpse of the Troy Williams we all expected to see this year. Hope to see alot more in the future.

  • N71

    He showed a streak there that was really something in the making. Hanner too has done a few things recently, that are shocking. He had a rebound for example where he had to reach backwards at the height of his jump to achieve something physically only Deandre Jordan could pull off.

  • MillaRed

    I’m waiting for a light to go on in Hanner’s head. The moment he realizes “I can rebound better than any of these people, every time.”

    Troy has a similar clock in his head but I think his will go on over the summer.