Quick thoughts on the 87-85 overtime victory over Penn State University:
what happened: Indiana played well in Wednesday night̵
In the first 7:17 of the second half, the Nittany Lions exploded in the locker room with 20 points when attacking. Although the Indians did not stop, they kept their pace on offense. Indiana made 10 of the first 13 shots at the start of the second half and led by nine points 63-54 on Rob Phinisee’s three-pointers. In the small Durham (Al Durham Jr.) with a 9:56 lead on the 3-pointer, the lead reached 12 points, the game ended 13-1. But Indiana’s defense never really controlled Penn State, and the Nittany Lions led by double-digit 8:24 in a jumper from Jamari Wheeler. Penn State University will score twice within four points, and then Indiana will extend the lead to 75-66 9-4 by three consecutive strokes. However, Penn State University is not yet finished. The Nittany Lions set the score at 2:49 with a score of 8:0. When Indiana’s shooting drought lasted more than 3:30, Penn State University won first place with Sam Sesoms’ jump shot, with a game time of 28 seconds. Indiana scored 80 points in 7 seconds from Trayce Jackson-Davis’s free throw. Phinisee prevented Sessoms from shooting at the buzzer, forcing a tie in overtime.
Indiana suffered a scoring drought of more than 3:30 in overtime, and then Jackson-Davis (Jason-Davis) three-pointer gave IU the lead by 85:83, and the game ended with a 1:03 ratio. . Penn State made an overtime free throw of 43.7 seconds and Jones took two free throws. After the timeout, Phoenix Lake took a tough jump shot from the lane in 14.3 seconds, giving IU a 2-point lead. Sesoms dropped the ball in less than four seconds, and Brockton also missed the bottom line because IU won the first big ten.
Outstanding performer: Jackson-Davis led the five Hoosiers by 21 points in 37 minutes. He has 13 dribbles and 8 goals in the field and added 6 rebounds.
Outstanding statistics: Indiana won, despite giving up the Nittany Lions’ season worst 1.14 points per possession.
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Filed: Pennsylvania State Nittany Lion