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On a night when he registered his 1,000th point in the cream and crimson, Jordan Hulls also tallied five assists — a few in impressive fashion. A look at three such dishes in the latest edition of Film Session: I. Hulls looks to get an entry pass into Cody Zeller: With nothing doing he swings it to Victor Oladipo. Zeller comes up from the post area and sets a ball screen for Oladipo: He drives right and kicks Hulls. He shoots a 3-pointer: Hulls misses, but follow his shot and grabs the rebound: He zips a nifty pass into Zeller, as the defensive isn’t quite reset: Zeller dunks it home for two points: The Hoosiers gobbled up 55.2% of their misses Thursday night, and here was Hulls getting in on the action with that and creating a second-chance opportunity for his teammate. Video: II. Zeller and Oladipo set up on the right high post, as Yogi Ferrell brings the action their way: Oladipo breaks up top and receives a pass from Ferrell: Oladipo passes it to Hulls on the left wing a...
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