Just like the first time around up in Ann Arbor, Michigan turned Indiana over and found open 3s in transition to build a lead in the first half and sink the Hoosiers.
We’ll take a look at two examples of this from Sunday’s game — as well as a couple of Juwan Morgan scores — in the latest edition of Film Session:
Early in the game, Morgan feeds Thomas Bryant near the right corner:
The pass is fine, but Bryant is unable to secure the ball and drops it:
Moritz Wagner seizes the opportunity and knocks the ball Michigan’s way:
He comes down the court with the ball and finds Muhammad-Ali Abdur-Rahkman on the left wing:
James Blackmon Jr. tracks him into the left corner. But with Indiana’s defense still scrambling down the court, he finds Derrick Walton Jr. filling space behind him on the left wing:
Walton fires and hits the 3-pointer, as Josh Newkirk can’t get close enough for a true contest of the shot:
These type of unforced turnovers from the Hoosiers have been an absolute killer all season.