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Video: Noah Vonleh at NBA draft media day

Noah Vonleh met with the media on Wednesday afternoon in New York City as part of NBA draft media day.

Watch his interview, where he’s asked about his time in Bloomington, his position in the NBA, which player from the draft he’d most like to play with and much more, in the embedded media player below:

Video: James Blackmon Jr. Indiana-All Stars highlights

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Incoming Indiana freshman and Marion product James Blackmon Jr. scored 41 points last Friday as the Indiana All-Stars beat Kentucky, 104-94, at Transylvania University in Lexington, Kentucky.

The 41-point effort by Blackmon Jr. tied Oscar Robertson (1956) for the third highest ever in the series. Only George McGinnis (53, Indiana, 1969) and Jim McDaniels (42, Kentucky, 1967) have scored more.

The McDonald’s All-American guard was 13-of-26 from the field, 4-of-9 on 3-pointers and 11-of-13 from the free throw line in 39 minutes. He also had four rebounds, three steals, two turnovers and an assist.

Selected highlights from Blackmon Jr.’s performance are available after the jump.

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Scouting video: Robert Johnson vs. Millwood school

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Over the summer, Inside the Hall will be taking a look back at some of 2014 signee Robert Johnson’s top games from his 2013-2014 season at Benedictine College Preparatory.

(Previously: Scouting video: Robert Johnson vs. St. Benedict’s, Scouting video: Robert Johnson vs. Christchurch School)

As a senior at Benedictine, Johnson averaged 24.5 points, 6.3 rebounds, 3.1 assists and 1.4 steals as the Cadets finished 25-7 against a schedule with talented teams from across the country.

In the third installment of our scouting video of Johnson, we look back at a February 4 meeting with the Millwood School, a private school in Midlothian, Virginia.

Benedictine prevailed on its home court, 76-62, as Johnson finished with 30 points (11-of-19 shooting), eight rebounds and seven assists in 26 minutes. To start the game, Johnson made five consecutive 3-pointers.

This video, available after the jump, has a little bit of everything to give you a more complete look at Johnson’s game including made shots, some missed shots, a few defensive plays, a few assists and several rebounds as well.

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Video: Will Sheehey discusses future after Indiana Pacers workout

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INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana forward Will Sheehey is looking to catch the eye of an NBA franchise in the weeks leading up this month’s draft and on Friday, he was at Bankers Life Fieldhouse to work out for the Indiana Pacers.

Sheehey, along with Russ Smith (Louisville), Davion Berry (Weber State), DeAndre Daniels (Connecticut), Xavier Thames (San Diego State) and Kendall Williams (New Mexico), worked out in front of members of the Pacers front office, including team president Larry Bird.

The Pacers have the No. 57 pick in this year’s draft.

Since finishing up in Bloomington, Sheehey has been working out in New York, where his agent, Marc Cornstein of Pinnacle Sports, is based. According to HoopsHype.com, Cornstein represents Metta World Peace, Samuel Dalembert and Beno Udrih.

Sheehey’s father, Mike, also lives in New York.

Following his workout with the Pacers, Sheehey addressed the media and was asked about a variety of topics, including the feedback he’s received so far from NBA teams, his career at Indiana and what he feels he can bring at the next level. You can watch and listen to all of his comments in the media player after the jump.

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Scouting video: Robert Johnson vs. Christchurch school

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Over the summer, Inside the Hall will be taking a look back at some of 2014 signee Robert Johnson’s top games from his 2013-2014 season at Benedictine College Preparatory.

(Previously: Scouting video: Robert Johnson vs. St. Benedict’s)

As a senior at Benedictine, Johnson averaged 24.5 points, 6.3 rebounds, 3.1 assists and 1.4 steals as the Cadets finished 25-7 against a schedule with talented teams from across the country.

In the second installment of our scouting video of Johnson, we look back at a January 31 meeting with the Christchurch School, a college preparatory academy.

Benedictine prevailed on the road, 78-72, as Johnson finished with 25 points (9-of-19 shooting), five rebounds and three assists. The Christchurch School featured forward Devin Robinson, a former IU recruiting target and Florida signee.

This video, available after the jump, has a little bit of everything to give you a more complete look at Johnson’s game including made shots, some missed shots, a few defensive plays and a few assists as well.

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Scouting video: Robert Johnson vs. St. Benedict’s

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Over the summer, Inside the Hall will be taking a look back at some of 2014 signee Robert Johnson’s top games from his 2013-2014 season at Benedictine College Preparatory.

As a senior at Benedictine, Johnson averaged 24.5 points, 6.3 rebounds, 3.1 assists and 1.4 steals as the Cadets finished 25-7 against a schedule with talented teams from across the country.

“Robert had the challenge of being the only returning starter this year from a state championship team that graduated four division I guys,” Benedictine coach Ryan Marable told Inside the Hall during the season. “He has embraced that challenge not only statistically by carrying much of the scoring and rebounding loads while guarding the other teams best player night in and night out, but also by providing leadership and guidance to our guys on a daily basis in practices and games.”

In the first installment of our scouting video of Johnson, we look back at a February 8 meeting with St. Benedict’s Prep (N.J.) in the Primetime Shootout in Roselle, New Jersey.

Benedictine prevailed, 81-75, as Johnson finished with 30 points (10-of-22 shooting), 11 rebounds and four assists. St. Benedict’s featured point guard Johnathan Williams, a VCU signee.

This video, available after the jump, has a little bit of everything to give you a more complete look at Johnson’s game including made shots, some missed shots and a few assists as well.

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Video: Max Hoetzel senior season highlights

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Class of 2014 Indiana signee Max Hoetzel played against a nationally competitive schedule this past season at Wilbraham and Monson Academy (Mass.) and put up numbers impressive numbers: 16 points, eight rebounds and close to four assists per game, according to Titans coach Chris Sparks.

“He’s made significant progress for us,” Sparks told Inside the Hall in April. “And I think that’s one of the things with the league that we play in. Every team that we play is going to have kids that are going to compete at the Division I, high major, mid-major, low major level. I think it was a good test for him night in and night out and I think it was a big adjustment early on.

“The pace, the speed of the game and the size and strength of some of the guys compared to where he came from. Not to take anything away from his local high school, but I think midway through the year, he started to get it. He made significant strides, was a huge contributor for us and really led to our success in the league.”

We’ve compiled more than two minutes of Hoetzel, who will arrive on campus later this month, from his senior season at Wilbraham and Monson Academy, which is available after the jump.

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