Quick thoughts about a 68-67 victory over Louisville:
How it happened : Things looked daunting early for Indiana. The cardinals opened an eight-point lead in the first half and entered half-time with five because of a strong offensive performance. Louisville did not wander over it and therefore resulted in a good appearance in his half-year offense break. The Hoosiers, however, gathered in a break and came out much better defensively during the second half. For a while, Indiana might not really get over the bolt because it had four possessions with a chance to take the lead and failed to capitalize on either of them. But Rob Phinisee beat a 3 pointer to give Hoosiers a 49-47 lead. From there, there was a back and forth stroke. But another Phinisee 3 pointer gave Indiana the lead for good by 1
:25 to play and the secured team’s eighth victory of the season.
Standout Practitioners : Three Hoosiers ended in double numbers as Romeo Langford scored 21 points and Juwan Morgan scored 15 points and five rebounds. Phinisee also deserves a statement of its 3 pointers connection during the last 10 minutes.
Stats Outstanding : Indiana ended with a stellar turnover rate of 15 and Hoosiers held Louisville, which had one of the highest free
Final IU Individual Statistics Final Temp-Free Statistics :
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