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Luke Winn SI Power Ranking

Luke Winn tries to find a complex relationship between the number of passes or type of passes and IU's offensive efficiency. What he overlooks is obvious - IU's starting five. If you look at the first 10 offensive possessions of the first and second halves - IU scored on 15 of 20 of them. At the end of those two hyper efficient periods the play by play starts to mention bench players and the turnovers and missed shots increase. No offense (pun intended) to the bench players but they simply could not maintain the insanely effective rate that the starters delivered. All 5 starters on the court, focused and fresh at the same time were scary good

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