Film Session: Southeast Missouri State

  • 12/07/2016 7:58 am in

Juwan Morgan posted a perfect 4-of-4 performance from the field in Indiana’s 83-55 win over Southeast Missouri State on Sunday.

But Morgan’s buckets didn’t come from him alone.

In fact, the ball ended up in Morgan’s hands each time¬†thanks to some smart passing from the low and high block via Thomas Bryant and De’Ron Davis.

We’ll explore all four scores in the latest edition of Film Session:

James Blackmon Jr. enters the ball to Bryant:


With Bryant drawing defensive attention and all five Redhawks in or near the paint, he throws a skip pass to Robert Johnson on the left wing:


Newkirk finds space in the defense on the left high post and Johnson makes the pass. Morgan looms in the left corner:


Newkirk¬†attracts Morgan’s man and then throws him the pass. Morgan has a lane to the rack via the baseline:


He takes it and scores at the bucket through contact, drawing the foul in the process:


Morgan would miss his and-1 attempt at the line, the only shot he missed all game.


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  • IdahoHoosier

    Great examples of utilizing the big guys and their passing ability. In that 4th example, I feel bad for old CJ as he is the only guy on the left side of the court for a good 6 seconds. Look to the weak side big man!

  • IU Cal 1809

    It’s definitely great to have bigs that can pass out of the doubles! That was the one thing that drove me crazy with NV couple years back. Is never seemed to realize when to pass or shoot.