Film Session: Sheehey and Stan

  • 03/03/2014 7:25 pm in

Will Sheehey (30 points) and Stanford Robinson (17 points) scored career highs in Indiana’s 93-86 win over the No. 20 Hawkeyes on Thursday evening.

A look at some of their scores in the latest edition of Film Session:

The Hawkeyes are throwing a bit of a 2-1-2 trap at the Hoosiers and Yogi Ferrell throws it cross-court to Robinson:


Noah Vonleh sets a pick to try and give him some more room to operate:


He splits the defense and there’s a lane to the rim:


Iowa’s backline defense is there:


But it simply doesn’t stop the ball, as Robinson splits another two defenders for the score.


The freshman pretty much beat all five Iowa defenders here for the score.


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  • Indiana_Banners

    I cannot recall a player as single-minded as Stanford Robinson that has been so successful driving the ball. I mean, he almost never shoots and yet he finds lanes to the rim. When his shot gets working… nevermind when his dribble gets better… there’s just no keeping him from the cup.

    Seeing him early on in the year I thought there was no way he’d be able to bull to the hoop over and over again in Big Ten play… any yet…

  • SCHoosier

    Agree and as soon as he learns nnot to turn it over one out of three attempts he will really be good!

  • KmanCRK

    Stan has probably been my favorite all year just due to his aggressive mindset. It obviously has led to some turnovers, but more often than not, good things happen. I can’t recall a player (especially a one-dimensional player) that can get to the hoop at will like he can. From his first few games this year it has been clear that good things happen when he’s in the game, offense and defense. His defense is unbelievable for a Freshman. Not many freshmen can shut down the other teams best player like he has over and over. It was telling back when we played Syracuse that Crean had him guarding CJ Fair at times. The kid just has the drive to compete. Love hearing about his work ethic too, spending extra hours in the gym after practice most nights. His shot will come, and when it does, don’t be shocked if we are talking about a Big Ten POY candidate two years from now.