Film Session: Maryland

  • 01/12/2017 9:55 am in

In the closing minutes of Indiana’s first Big Ten road contest of the season, the Terrapins executed just a bit more to pull out the victory.

We’ll take a look at a couple of key possessions down the stretch in the latest edition of Film Session:

With the Hoosiers up two points with under two minutes to go, Anthony Cowan has the ball out past the right wing. On the weak side, Damonte Dodd sets a screen for Kevin Huerter:

Huerter moves down and sets a screen for Melo Trimble:

Trimble ends up cutting across the court and Robert Johnson follows. Blackmon Jr. has his body facing their way as Huerter begins to cut back up with Dodd setting a screen:

Blackmon Jr. goes around the front side of the screen as the pass comes from Cowan:

It all allows space for Huerter:

And he knocks down the 3-pointer to put Maryland up a point:


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  • Jrod

    On video 3 those are some horrible stagger screens!!

  • IdahoHoosier

    JBJ turns away from his man on D for just a moment in that 1st clip and his man is wide open. JBJ ball-chasing in the 2nd clip completely forgetting about the defensive part of basketball. The game is a collection of opportunities and decisions and a handful of those lapses can be the difference in a tight game. I still like what JBJ is doing on offense and even wish he’d demand the ball more!

  • Jeff Linback

    Look how tight the screen was and forced him to go way chance to fight over top of it. Hope that was brought up in the film session might help us on offense, if we had one.

  • IULore

    If we had an offense?

  • John D Murphy

    Clip 4 highlights JN’s tunnel vision. JBJ was wide open but JN didn’t know it until too late.

  • CreanFaithful

    Very little chance to get it to JBJ… Was he throwing a lob pass? He found the best option. Rob just missed one. Good look.