Collin Hartman inbounds the ball to Johnson:
After some weave action on the perimeter, it’s Hartman to Johnson once more:
Bryant sets a back screen for Hartman and he heads down towards the hoop. Johnson passes to Max Bielfledt on the left wing:
Hartman heads up through the paint and, according to the Dan Dakich on the call, Bryant is looking to set a pin down screen for him:
Bryant doesn’t get a body on Hayes, but with the lane clean, he seals Happ and Bielfeldt enters the pass:
Bryant turns over his left shoulder:
And puts it in for two:
While Happ (25) outscored Bryant (16), IU’s freshman continues to prove if he gets the ball in the paint, he’s a tough cover.
Here’s Dakich on the call about this particular set:
Here comes the pin down. Now watch Thomas Bryant in the middle … yeah, nothing you can do. That’s a good move by Tom Crean. They used it in the first game. They love it late clock. Little weave action, pin down a shooter at the top of the key, Bryant steps over and usually a lay-up. It’s really good stuff. Coaches take that, use that if you have a big guy. I’m telling you, you’ll get buckets and buckets and buckets.
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