Thinking about losing 80-73 to team an in double OT:
From then on, in such a tense game, no team had a three-point lead in the last five minutes of the rules and the first overtime, and Wisconsin was able to break the opponent in a three-pointer from Tyler Val . This makes the sinker sink forever.
When Indiana fell 23-11 at 6:48 in the first half, the situation seemed a little shaken. But Indiana ended the half with a 13-6 record, dropping a considerable 5 points (29-24) during the break. Anthony Leal performed well among his best defensive players, and he knocked down two three-pointers in that game to improve the defensive player. Although Indiana started all the offensive problems, it caused problems for Wisconsin on the defensive end. It ranks in the top ten in the United States, scoring 0.94 points per round, and seems to have made the team out of their comfort zone through a lot of switching in the swing gate offense.
Indiana did turn things around offensively in the second half-seemingly a theme at this juncture of the season-by finding Tres Jackson-Davis in space. As we have often seen this season, the series of Jackson Davis in the second half was unstoppable, and the Ger team had no answer. Center Grove products scored 16 points out of 7 out of 10 points in the second half. Indiana was also able to get contributions from its upper class guards again, as Al Durham and Rob Phinisee both scored 7 points in the second half. Jerome Hunter contributed five points of his own, including a dunk, and he gave the basket a 61-59 lead with 41 seconds left.
But D’mitrik Trice (21 points) was able to tie the ball with the bucket at the other end. This was one of the many difficult and key shots he encountered in Wisconsin. We Know how it passed from there. Salute to Trice tonight. The big barrel is his business.
This is a loss, and it is a sting. But this is the Indiana home team against one of the best teams in the country, perhaps the best performance of the ten best teams. It’s there. It just didn’t happen. Teams close to Wisconsin’s level (Michigan, Iowa, Illinois) will face more challenges. If the Hoosiers can improve their performance to this level and continue to do so, they will definitely make a breakthrough with a better team in the tough season of the Big Ten season.
Submitted to: Bad Wisconsin