Found April 01, 2013 on Inside the Hall:
Indiana’s inability to solve the zone of Syracuse, particularly in the first half, doomed them during Thursday’s Sweet Sixteen loss. A look at four first half empty trips for the Hoosiers in the latest edition of Film Session: I. As they did all season, the Hoosiers race down the court for a quick, easy look. Jordan Hulls is the ballhandler as Cody Zeller looks to fill a lane in the middle on the break: Hulls comes into the lane and dumps it to a cutting Yogi Ferrell: An out of control Ferrell spins and finds Christian Watford out on the perimeter: The ball eventually finds its way to Ferrell on the right wing and he enters the ball into the middle to Watford. Cody Zeller is down in the short corner: Watford tries hitting a cutting Zeller, but the zone quickly cuts off the passing lane and C.J. Fair knocks the ball loose: It bounces around and eventually ends up in the hands of Michael Carter-Williams: Carter-Williams goes behind the back on Victor Oladipo and both him and Bra...
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