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Jordan Hulls pulled up and knocked down a 3. Then he found Will Sheehey for a pull-up jumper. Then on an alley-oop, and then another 3-pointer for Hulls. It looked so easy. Hulls and Sheehey were the main contributors in a Hoosiers’ offensive clinic against Ball State on Sunday evening. The duo combined for 36 points on a remarkable 15-of-19 shooting in Indiana’s 101-53 win. Hulls and Sheehey also scored the Hoosiers’ final 15 points of the first half. Hulls’ play wasn’t all that surprising given his clutch performances in two games last week in Brooklyn. But he was particularly aggressive on Sunday, knocking down 7-of-10 shots and 3-of-6 3-pointers for 17 points. “I’m just trying to be more aggressive and do whatever the team needs me to do,” Hulls said afterward. “I was just waiting to get in the flow. I just wasn’t trying to force anything. I just let it come to me.” Sheehey, though, certainly had his struggles at the Barclays Center. The junior forward was just 4-of-10 with thre...
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