Found February 08, 2013 on Inside the Hall:
From the 2:49 mark onward, the Illini finished Thursday night’s upset on a 12-2 run (13-2 over the last 3:33). Beyond Indiana’s breakdown on the final play of the ballgame, the Hoosiers were also out-executed on D.J. Richardson’s back-to-back 3-pointers. A look at these three plays, as well as Indiana’s final possession in the latest edition of Film Session: I. FIRST RICHARDSON 3-POINTER On an inbounds play on the baseline, Tyler Griffey and and D.J. Richardson come to meet inbetween the left wing and the left elbow: Griffey eventually gets a body on Sheehey, and Richardson pops out and starts to make a move and curls to the corner: Griffey continues to get a body into Sheehey. Sam McLaurin is now involved. As Watford looks to switch and follow Richardson, here comes another screen from McLaurin: He slides a bit and brushes Watford, giving Richardson enough space to catch: Rise up and hit: A little difficult to pick out IU’s goat here. This is a tough play to defend with so man...
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