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Sheehey's hitting some midrange stuff consistently today, as is Abell.
Also, seems like a lot of Yogi's shots have just been rimming out during the scrimmage, too. Most of the shots he's taking are pretty good, open shots, but he just can't get them to go down for some reason.
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So it's now up to a 28-7 run, by my usually unreliable math. Watford playing well, Red team still sloppy. As Alex points out, just not a lot of luck for Ferrell, whose shot seems slightly off.
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Ferrell finally gets on to fall. Do remember that this team has been practicing since about noon, so today was never going to be crisp, per se.
Great feed on the break from Ferrell to Oladipo to Zeller with some quick thinking for an easy slam.
Reset with 17.8 seconds left in the first "half": White up 38-33 after starting the game down 16-4. Has ball on the sideline with the shot clock off.
True, a few of the guys have looked a tad sluggish at points. The effort is certainly still there, though. Players diving for loose balls, fighting for rebounds. A lot of guys (Sheehey in particular) seem to be taking this pretty seriously. Sheehey doing a lot of talking on the defensive end, which is right in front of me.
OK I guess that wasn't the first half. It was a short "session." White leading 40-35, and we have four more minutes to go.
Teams switching up a little bit for the final session. Hulls and Abell to the red team, Hollowell and Creek to the white, among others.
Really good sharing of the ball between Abell, Oladipo, Hulls in a transition break. Abell gets the layup. Hoosiers on both sides seeing the floor really well on the break today.
They've changed the score, as well as the teams. White up 82-76 on the stronger, more experienced Red team with 40 seconds left.
Oladipo having a pretty good scrimmage. A couple of really athletic plays (as expected), but also a lot of pretty sound plays. He's getting in great rebound position, which is leading to some easy layups for him. As Zach mentioned earlier, Oladipo also hit a three with a hand in his face. He's also playing tough defense, but you know this.
Zeller steals Hollowell's inbounds pass with Red down one, takes in an uncontested slam. White now down one with the ball. HIGH DRAMA!!
Red gets a jump ball as Jonny Marlin tries to get to the rim. Hulls fouled. Hits his first FT. 85-83.
Hits second. Red up 86-83 (or whatever) with 7.2 left.
They're definitely treating this like a game...we've had a slew of timeouts in the last 10 seconds of gametime.
Zeller steal and a basket and Red wins. We're done. Will have comments, thoughts, etc. up soon.
Zeller with a steal and a jam to seal the victory. Red wins 88-83. We've seen him do that a couple times here in the final minutes.
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