Film Session: South Florida

  • 11/21/2017 8:01 am in

Indiana played a strong second half against South Florida on Sunday night, holding the Bulls to just 19 points while running some sharp offensive sets on the other end of the court.

We’ll take a look at some key plays from IU’s second half run in the latest edition of Film Session:

Malik Martin misses a 3-pointer on the left wing but recovers his own shot on the long rebound:

Martin looks to thread a pass to Tulio Da Silva:

But Juwan Morgan jumps the passing lane and comes up with the steal:

Morgan brings it across halfcourt and passes to Curtis Jones:

The ball eventually makes it back to Morgan at the top of the key and he asks for Robert Johnson to clear out of the right wing:

Morgan and Al Durham Jr. look like they’re headed for a handoff on the right wing:

But Morgan slips the handoff and splits the defense in the process:

He’s met in the paint but steps around the defense:

And puts it in for two on the left side of the hoop:

As this sequence illustrates, Morgan was active on both sides of the ball Sunday en route to his double-double (15 points, 10 rebounds).


Continue to page 2 to see a set that results in a De’Ron Davis score:

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  • Bballpop

    Nice film session as usual. But I think you missed the most important play of all…the towel toss! Lol

  • Drew

    Great job, Ryan. On the 3rd sequence you highlighted, you mentioned that Smith’s dunk was a result, in part, to the defense focusing on Davis. A great aspect of that play is that despite never receiving the ball in the post, Davis remain active with screens and cuts, eventually freeing up a pass from Durham to Smith. In years past, I’ve noticed our big men show frustration when a guard was unable to feed the post. However the amount of screens and cuts that Davis is doing now allows him an opportunity to stay involved without the ball and not allow them to just block off the paint. Just my observation.

  • TomJameson

    Great job as usual, Ryan. You actually picked some of my favorite plays from that game!