Film Session: Duke

  • 12/01/2017 10:04 am in

In Indiana’s loss to Duke on Wednesday night, Robert Johnson had a strong performance on both sides of the ball. Johnson hit a number of tough buckets for the Hoosiers while also being tasked with guarding Duke’s Grayson Allen.

We’ll take a look at Johnson’s work on both sides of the ball in the latest edition of Film Session:

Josh Newkirk passes the ball to Johnson on the left wing:

Freddie McSwain sets a ball screen for Johnson and he takes it left. Wendell Carter switches onto Johnson:

As Johnson brings Carter to the corner, Allen sprints back over to recover on Johnson:

Carter and Allen leave the baseline exposed and Johnson takes the space:

As Johnson hits the paint, Trevon Duval rotates over to try and stop him at the basket:

Johnson pops out form the baseline to the front of the rim to avoid him:

And scoops the ball in with his right hand for the score:

Some high-level maneuvering from Johnson here to work his way past three defenders to the basket for the score.

Video:

Continue to page 2 to see another tough score from Johnson:

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  • Arch Puddington

    Arguably his best game as a Hoosier. If he can find his 3 point stroke, he could really impact the course of the season.

  • Kwang

    I love how RoJo plays. We need some more of his great stuff.