Film Session: Troy’s start, second half turnovers

  • 02/10/2014 11:46 am in

After just five turnovers in the first half, the Hoosiers coughed the ball up 11 times against Minnesota in their 66-60 loss at Williams Arena on Saturday evening.

We’ll take a look at how Minnesota’s press and trapping sped IU up, as well as Troy Williams’ strong start in the latest edition of Film Session:

Stanford Robinson finds Noah Vonleh with a pass near the top of the key:


Vonleh surveys his options and opts to dribble right to hand off to Williams:


On the hand off, Williams looks like he may come down the middle of the lane. Vonleh seals off Joey King:


Williams ends up crossing over right and finding space in the mid-range on the right high block. King is stumbling to keep up:


Williams is able to hoist the shot and hit the top of his jump before King reaches out to try and get a hand in. The shot drops for the freshman:


Williams struggles at times with his decision making, but he did a nice job here of finding open space with the help of Vonleh, getting to the spot and scoring.


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