[IUFR] Breaking Down the Good and Bad From Indiana's Win Over FGCU
Coach Adragna takes a look at some of Indiana's struggles defending the 3 against FGCU, as well as some key offensive adjustments that turned the game around in the second half.
In its first regular season matchup of the year, Indiana held off Florida Gulf Coast for a 6-point victory.
The beginning of the year is one of my favorite times to break down film because I’m able to see new offensive sets, player liabilities on both ends of the floor, and how Mike Woodson is attempting to get all cylinders firing.
It’s safe to say that Indiana’s 3-point defense wasn’t firing how Woodson would like, and it’s ultimately what enabled FGCU to hang around.
In this week’s Film Room, I dive into what led to several open FGCU threes, just like the one you see below.
It’s not all negative or doom and gloom in this Film Room.
I also showcase several different sets the Hoosiers utilized to get clean, open looks on the offensive end.
I also show a key adjustment Indiana made in their ball screen offense that really helped turn things around on that side of the court.
Here is this week’s Film Room video for our premium subscribers: