Film Session: Finding the 3-point stroke

  • 12/09/2013 7:13 am in

Indiana found some life from beyond the arc early in its Saturday evening win against North Florida as the Hoosiers dropped in 5-of-9 from distance before halftime.

A look at three early makes from beyond the arc as well as one from Austin Etherington in the second half in the latest edition of Film Session:

I. Yogi Ferrell bounces a pass to Will Sheehey on the right wing:


Sheehey makes a move past his defender and attracts a help defender:


This opens up the floor for Indiana against an imbalanced defense. Sheehey passes it to Troy Williams, who swings to Jeremy Hollowell:


Hollowell keeps swinging to Ferrell:


Ferrell rises and connects:


This ball movement for a Ferrell 3-pointer is similar to a play we highlighted out of the first half against Syracuse. And that area to the right of the top of the key appears to be a place Ferrell is developing into a sweet spot for his attempts from distance.


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  • David Macer

    AE may be the key to the Hooisers season. If he can get 3-4 3’s off a game, we get better and better.

  • TorontoHoosierFan

    A bit off topic, but what’s happened to the updates on the weekly performances of incoming recruits? Was a great feature last year. Will we be seeing it again this year? Hearing that Blackmon and Johnson are shooting the lights out.

  • Blair McKee


  • Oldfan

    I’m glad we’re finally seeing Austin Etherington in the film session.

  • HoosierCruz

    Getting 3’s off on an undersized team should be expected, but these will be few & far between come B1G season. I’m not worried tho, perfecting our inside game this year is just going to make us unstoppable with the shooting power coming in 2014

  • PDXHoosier

    If AE can make 3s consistently he has to get more PT, even if we give up some rebounding/defense

  • doodle777

    AE does not move without the ball, a lot of it is the CC offense, remember a guy named Alford, did you see Cooney the other night??? watch AE stand most of the time, Never get threes off that way Sorry