Found March 26, 2012 on Inside the Hall:
The Hoosiers cut Kentucky’s lead to just five points with 5:14 to go in their 102-90 loss on Friday night. But that’s as close as they would get as the Wildcats outscored Indiana 20-13 the rest of the way out. A look at how the Hoosiers cut the deficit – and how it was lost  – in this season’s final edition of Film Session. 1) Off a baseline inbounds, Jordan Hulls is able to find Cody Zeller: Zeller takes the ball and spins on his right pivot foot: Zeller hesitates and fakes, and Anthony Davis stays straight up and doesn’t leave his feet: Zeller goes up for the shot with Davis still staying straight up and not leaving his feet. It’s a bucket to cut the lead to seven: Zeller didn’t back down from Davis all night and this was yet another example of his ability to score against an elite, lengthy defender. (Though it should be noted that Davis may have been looking to avoid a third foul here.) VIDEO: 2) On the ensuing Kentucky possession, Terrence Jones has the ball out on the peri...
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