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It’s been a month since our last examination of the NBA Draft outlook for this year’s Indiana team and the key takeaway from the last month is the steady rise of junior Victor Oladipo toward the lottery. Let’s get to it:
ESPN: (7) Draft Express: (4) NBADraft.net: (3)
· Analysis: Zeller’s stock has remained as a high lottery pick, but the talk of him going No. 1 overall has cooled considerably since the initial 2013 mock drafts were revealed. But when you take a closer look, it’s hard to pinpoint a legitimate reason for much, if any, change in his stock. In one of the nation’s most balanced and efficient offenses, Zeller is the key cog. His recent play has him right back in the thick of things in the national player of the year and Big Ten player of the year discussion. He won co-Big Ten player of the week honors after Indiana beat Purdue and Michigan last week and through nine conference games, Zeller is averaging 16.1 points and 8.8 rebounds. Perhaps NBA scouts want to ...
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Yesterday, the #3-ranked Indiana Hoosiers knocked off the #1-ranked Michigan Wolverines in the world of men's college hoops.
One of the reasons why the Hoosiers were able to claim the victory was the play of junior guard Victor Oladipo who scored 15 points in the victory.
In the second half of play, Victor had a shot to make the highlight reels across the nation with a...
Yeah he didn’t make the dunk but Indiana’s Victor Oladipo may have had the most amazing miss I’ve ever seen. With about 7:50 left in the second half against Michigan, Oladipo was fed a lob that went behind which all but made the highlight as the junior almost put down what would have been the [...]
Associate head coach Tim Buckley, Cody Zeller and Jeremy Hollowell met with the media on Wednesday afternoon to preview No. 1 Indiana’s Thursday showdown with Illinois in Champaign.
Watch both press conferences in the embedded media players below:
The Hoosiers are who we thought they were — the No. 1 team in the country.
Podcast on the Brink hosts Matt Dollinger and Justin Albers return this week to break down IU’s big win over Michigan and discuss what the team needs to do to stay on top the rest of the season.
In addition, Baltimore Sun writer and former Herald-Times sports editor Chris Korman joins the program to discuss...
On Sunday's GoBlueWolverine Radio Hour, Sam Webb, Andre Barthwell, and Tom Beaver discuss Michigan basketball's loss at Indiana, the struggles of the freshmen, Trey Burke's performance, the impact of Jordan Morgan's absence, the potential impact of Victor Oladipo's garbage time dunk, and more.
Michigan and Indiana. Two of more storied programs in NCAA history, battling it out for Big Ten supremacy and the nation’s number one ranking.
The Hoosiers, backed by NBA-level talent Victor Oladipo and Cody Zeller, were looking to knock off a top-ranked team for the second time in as many years.
The Wolverines, enjoying their return to the top of the polls for the first time...
Indiana won its fifth straight game on Saturday night in Assembly Hall with an 81-73 victory over No. 1 Michigan. The Hoosiers, who only trailed once in the game’s opening minutes, moved a full game in front of the Wolverines and Michigan State in the Big Ten standings.
Here’s a look at five takeaways from the win that should send Indiana back to No. 1 in the polls come Monday...