Collin Hartman Archive

Crean on Hartman: “I do not anticipate him (playing) tomorrow night”

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Sophomore forward Collin Hartman will likely miss Tuesday’s game against Iowa, Indiana coach Tom Crean said Monday night on his weekly radio show.

Hartman has been dealing with a lower left leg bruise sustained during the Hoosiers win against Rutgers on Feb. 22 and remains limited in practices after missing last Wednesday’s game at Northwestern, Crean said.

Hartman did not practice on Monday.

“I do not anticipate him (playing) tomorrow night, not for any lack of trying,” Crean said. “And that could change, but it would be hard.”

The biggest challenge in Hartman’s recovery has been his on-court movement — he has not been running since the injury and the bone bruise affects that. Crean said the Hoosiers especially need Hartman to be moving at a “really good pace” when he does play, anyway.

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Hartman’s status “uncertain” ahead of trip to Northwestern

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Indiana sophomore forward Collin Hartman, who left Sunday’s 84-54 win at Rutgers with an apparent left knee injury, is day-to-day according to Tom Crean. (Update: On Tuesday, Tom Crean said Hartman’s injury is a bone bruise to his lower leg.)

On his radio show Monday night, Crean said he was unsure whether Indiana would have Hartman, who spent Monday undergoing tests, for Wednesday’s trip to Northwestern. The suddenly hot Wildcats have won three straight games.

“It’s too early to tell. The doctors were in today,” Crean told Don Fischer. “His status is a little uncertain right now. Right now it’s going to be day-to-day for a bit.”

Hartman, who has come off the bench for Indiana’s last two games, played 11 minutes and went scoreless in IU’s win over the Scarlet Knights.

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Hoosiers adjust, then roll in rout of Scarlet Knights

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At halftime of Sunday’s game against Rutgers on the road in Piscataway, N.J., Indiana coach Tom Crean noticed his players were showing a tinge of disappointment.

The Hoosiers led by 10 points against the Scarlet Knights. But Crean gathered the players felt like they left points on the table — from their nine first half turnovers to missed rebounding opportunities in the closing seconds, on both offense and defense.

From the start of the second half, the Hoosiers didn’t look back. After a 9-0 Indiana run opened the scoring in the final 20 minutes, the Hoosiers eased their way to an 84-54 win — their largest margin of victory in more than two months.

“What I like about this team is they’re starting to hold each other accountable for the details of the game — two-hand rebounds, seeing the next pass, getting to the right spot,” Crean said. “That’s key. That’s really key. If we can continue to build on that, we’ll get better.”

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Video: IU players preview Minnesota

Collin Hartman and Hanner Mosquera-Perea met with the media on Saturday afternoon at Assembly Hall to preview Sunday’s game with Minnesota.

Watch the full press conference below:

Video: Crean, IU players preview Maryland

Tom Crean, Collin Hartman and Robert Johnson met with the media on Tuesday afternoon to preview Indiana’s game on Wednesday night against Maryland at the XFinity Center in College Park.

Watch both press conferences below:

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Video: IU players react to loss at Ohio State

COLUMBUS, Ohio – Collin Hartman (12 points and three rebounds) and Yogi Ferrell (26 points, three rebounds and three assists) met with the media following Indiana’s 82-70 loss to Ohio State at Value City Arena.

Watch their postgame comments below:

Film Session: Maryland

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In Indiana’s triumph over the Terrapins on Thursday night, Collin Hartman posted a career-high 15 points to go along with four rebounds and three blocks.

We’ll take a look at how he got his buckets in the latest edition of Film Session:

After already going 1-of-2 from the line after getting fouled on a pick-and-roll layup attempt, Hartman sets a screen for Robert Johnson:

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Damonte Dodd hedges on Johnson and Dez Wells covers Hartman on the roll:

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