Film Session: Northwestern

  • 02/27/2017 8:10 am in

During Indiana’s five-game losing streak, its inability to make plays down the stretch — as well as catch luck at the right time — doomed them in a number of close contests.

But against Northwestern on Saturday night, the Hoosiers finally closed out a game by making plays to pull out the victory, overcoming a seven-point deficit in the final minute and a half of the game.

We’ll take a look at how Indiana mounted its quick comeback for the victory in the latest edition of Film Session:

Down seven after a Bryant McIntosh free throw, Robert Johnson cuts through the lane as Thomas Bryant sets a ball screen up top for Josh Newkirk:

Newkirk takes it right and swings the ball back left to James Blackmon Jr. as Johnson moves to the left corner:

Blackmon Jr. swings it to Johnson in the left corner. He fakes up and left on Scottie Lindsey:

Johnson puts on a move on him right and moves into the paint:

As Johnson hits the center of the lane, Lindsey makes contact with teammate Dererk Pardon and falls to the ground. This gives Johnson a path to the rim:

He takes it and scores to pull the Hoosiers within five:

The fluke fall from Lindsey helped pave the way for Indiana’s first score in its comeback.

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  • Gregory J. Haggard

    A particularly good film session!
    Or maybe I’m just happy that we won.

  • Kwang

    That foul on Thomas’s dunk (Lindsay?) stupid. One that would normally not be called.

  • Guyton25

    Love the Court of the Crimson King pic. I agree with the first part of your statement.. I remember thinking that Lindsay just handed us the game with a smack upside Bryant’s head and a push on his back.