Movie Screening: Syracuse – Inside the Hall
In Indiana’s two-overtime loss to Syracuse, Miller Kopp scored a career-high 28 points. The Northwest team shot 9/16 from the field, 4/9 from a distance of 3 points and also hit 6/7 from the line.
Kopp doesn’t just catch and shoot in this one. As he has done in other games this season, Kopp has shown an ability to fake the ball from the corner and counterattack by hitting a tough baseline runner. He also gets all the way to the other side of the basket via a dummy ball from the corner for a predicament at the belt. And when Race Thompson came on from the bench, Kopp played in the middle, received the pass and quickly turned and confidently hit a player on the free-throw line.
We take a look at Kopp’s multifaceted career night in the latest edition of the Film Session:
Early in the first half, Kopp received a pass with a gap in the left corner. He fooled Jesse Edwards and hit the basic header. But Kopp opted against one of his runners and kept going instead, eventually bumping into the helping defence and attempting a blocked pass. He was whistled for the attack bug. This is the beginning of the game when Indiana turns the tide like crazy. That said, in a team that has revenue problems, Kopp has excelled in that category. His 5.7 sales rate is the 38th best in the country, according to KenPom.
Submitted to: Miller Kopp, Orange Syracuse
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