Film Session: Lamar

  • 11/25/2014 12:45 pm in

Indiana’s defense was a cause for concern in Saturday’s win against Lamar. At one point in the second half, the Hoosiers surrendered seven straight buckets to the Cardinals.

We’ll take a look at what what wrong during that run in the latest edition of Film Session:

In a 2-3 zone, Indiana is communicating movement early:

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Ferrell continues to call out movement:

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But as the possession goes along, Ferrell is pinched into the lane line and doesn’t notice Lamar sneaking behind him to the rim:

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By the time the alley-oop is thrown and Ferrell recognizes what’s happening, he’s met with a back pick and has no shot at defending play:

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Slam dunk:

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  • KmanCRK

    Against Lamar…Zone, transition, inbounds, man. Indiana had trouble with it all Saturday night.

  • Hoosier Hall

    This is one of the main reasons I say Blackmon is not a one and done. He has to improve defensively to compete at the next level. I can’t believe how disastrous our defense is this year. It’s actually worse than our offense was last season.

  • Mr. Mitchell

    Coaching change will change your stance

  • IUfanPurduePhD

    Ryan: was this the easiest film session you’ve ever done? You probably could’ve picked nearly any possession from the entire game and you would’ve had the examples you needed. Yikes!

  • Lance76

    I once hired a receptionist who was simply great with patients. Unfortunately she very often did not collect copayments to the point of creating havoc with billing. After many months of extra training we parted ways. The next receptionist was great at collections, but had a mean steak that would appear on occasion. If only I could find that perfect person, or wait a minute maybe I was a terrible boss and fault is mine for not coaching them enough to their own success.

  • Bk39

    I would believe the customers would have cheered greatly for the non billing nice receptionist.

  • Lance76

    They did, but it was like having tons of great offense and playing “matador” defense. Players need to sit on the pine if they get blown by and out of position.