Men's Basketball

    Haunted Hall of Hoops Recap

    Go Hoosiers! Tijan Jobe and the Hoosiers hosted the Haunted Hall of Hoops on Friday night.
    Go Hoosiers!
    Tijan Jobe and the Hoosiers hosted the Haunted Hall of Hoops on Friday night.
    Go Hoosiers!

    Oct. 31, 2008

    Coach Crean Audio I Dumes Audio I Jones III Audio I Rivers Audio
    Photo Gallery

    Bloomington, Indiana - The Indiana University men's basketball team held its second public scrimmage a the first ever Haunted Hall of Hoops at Assembly Hall, Halloween night.

    Trick or treaters received candy from the players and a team picture with autographs to begin the night. The team scrimmaged for 32 minutes and contests for the kids and families were held at each media time out.

    The highlight of the evening was when Coach Tom Crean led out 88 children at halftime for a costume parade and parents were invited to take pictures of their children on Branch McCracken Court with the players and staff.

    "We have thrown a lot of things at them this week, so tonight their heads were swimming a little bit but we played through it," said Crean. "I wanted it to be a night to be on the court, under the lights with referees. But tonight was more about interacting with the fans and having a good time and giving back to our fans."

    Up Next
    The Hoosiers will host Anderson, Friday, November 7, in their first exhibition game. Tipoff at Assembly Hall is at 7 p.m., and the game can be viewed at Bigtennetwork.com and heard on the Indiana Radio Network.

    The Scrimmage
    The Crimson defeated the Cream, 71-52. They shot 55.8% for the game and 70% from three-point range. They led 46-37 at halftime after trailing early, 16-11.

    Crimson
    Junior Devan Dumes led the way with 19 points. He was eight of 14 from the field and hit both of his three-pointers.

    Freshman Nick Williams had 15 points, seven boards and five steals. He made six of eight shots.

    Freshman Verdell Jones had 12 points and made five of six free throws before being traded to the Cream at halftime. He had six points wearing the light jersey.

     

     

    Freshman Matt Roth had 11 points and two steals and made three of four from long distance.

    Freshman Broderick Lewis had six points and a block.

    Freshman Daniel Moore had six points and six assists.

    Junior Tijan Jobe had two points and five rebounds.

    Cream
    Junior transfer Jeremiah Rivers had 23 points and three assists. He made five of seven from long distance. His father, Doc, will be coaching the Boston Celtics tomorrow night against the Indiana Pacers in Indianapolis.

    Freshman Tom Pritchard had nine points, nine rebounds and three assists.

    Freshman Kory Barnett had four points.

    Junior Steven Gambles had three points and 13 rebounds, including six of the offensive variety.

    Freshman Evan White had three points and a block.

    Freshman Malik Story had three points.

    Sophomore Brett Finkelmeier had one point and three offensive rebounds.

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