Scattered thoughts on a 90-72 win over the Greyhounds (Photo by Jamie Owens of J. Scott Sports):
Indiana, as its more than capable of, shot the ball with efficiency this evening. The Hoosiersâ€™ effective field-goal percentage finished up at 59.3 percent for the game, and it received strong shooting for a host of players. Will Sheehey â€” who led the team in scoring with 18 points and continues to show vast improvement from last season â€” was 8-of-11 from the floor (1-of-1 from three). Cody Zeller, after a slow start, finished with 16 points on 5-of-7 shooting. Jordan Hulls hit all three of his shots â€” two of which were threes â€” and all six of his free throws to end up with 14 for the game. Remy Abell had a solid debut, going 2-of-4 from the field (1-of-1 from three) for five points and Derek Elston was 2-of-3 (0-for-1 from three) for four points. Matt Roth also hit two threes â€” the only shots of the game he took.
The big man didnâ€™t score his first bucket â€” a breakaway la...