UI ward development gives Hoosiers the versatility they've been missing and need

As is often the case on Wednesday night, a double team fell to Trayce Jackson-Davis. 

 The extremely talented lad passed the ball to Miller Kopp on the wing, who then deflected it to Tamar Bates in the corner.

Due to the fact that Nebraska double-teamed Jackson-Davis, the rotation became slow. 

Bates took an exceptionally smooth look to the interior and perfected it.

This serves as a blueprint for offensive UI efficiency. It became a kind of poison selection scenario. 

In case you are double crewed in Jackson-Davis, other slots will make you pay. 

It's exciting because Rutgers observed a similar security technique when it closed on Saturday. 

And it worked. IU didn't shoot correctly in a brutal offensive show.

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