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Indiana needs to get better finishing through contact at the rim. Would make missing free throws a non-existent problem.
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Thats a stat I thought I would never see.
mkillian247 on twitter..... I say a lot of stuff you wont care about.
Zeller can't let a guard that small find space near the rim in that situation. Lucky it didn't go down.
Indiana can't keep giving Northwestern second possessions. Has happened too much in the second half, whether through fouls or offensive rebounds.
Derek Elston into the fray.
Important possession fo Indiana. Draw two fouls, force the ball to the paint. Have to make up that foul disparity.
Watford continues to do what he's done all day. Elston and Abell kept passing it back and forth to each other on the perimeter and making no progress, then got it to Watford, who drove and drew a foul.
He makes both and IU leads 45-29 with 11 minutes left.
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Yea Indiana doesn't know what to do with the zone, and Tom Crean wants to call timeout to talk about it.
Ugly couple of possessions with very little penetration, capped off with a telegraphed pass and turnover from Ferrell.
Sheehey's taken a lot of flak recently because of his lack of scoring, but he's still playing well on offense besides his shooting. He still has good vision and made a nice pass to Zeller on that last possession, which led to Zeller drawing a foul.
IU leading, 47-34.
Jordan Hulls is faltering from the free-throw line, Reggie Hearn is shooting and opening up the floor and the IU lead is down to eight points at the under-8 timeout.
Zeller commits the charge but gets the bucket first, so Sobolieski will shoot two free throws, makes one. IU up six with 6:10 left.
A terrified, frenetic possession turns into a big tip-in basket from Zeller after a Hulls miss at the end of the shot clock. IU up 51-43 with five minutes left.
Sheehey and Indiana both needed that jumper to go down badly.
It is utterly fascinating that this team cannot figure out a zone defense.
Zeller looks like the only guy with a killer instinct on the court at the moment.
Not a great shot (or even a good one, really) from Sheehey, but as he usually does, Oladipo bails him out with an offensive board. Big, big rebound from him.
Hulls hitting free throws when it counts today, Keeping Hoosiers on top of Northwestern.
Looks like Indiana is going to get out of Evanston without an embarrassing loss. Hoosiers can close it out at the free-throw line.
And so they do, walking away with a 67-59 win.
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