Rewind: How the game ended

Indiana beat LIU-Brooklyn 73-72 on Tuesday night at Assembly Hall. Here's how it happened.

Indiana trailed 70-67 with 3:09 remaining in Tuesday night's game against LIU-Brooklyn after a 3-pointer by Gilbert Parga. Here's how the game ended from there.

After a lengthy possession, Noah Vonleh found Will Sheehey for a 3-pointer to tie the game at 70. Sheehey missed all six of his 3-point attempts in the first half.

LIU's E.J. Reed missed a jump shot, and Evan Gordon rebounded and was fouled with 2:20 remaining.

After a 25-second possession, Gordon found Sheehey again for another 3-pointer to put the Hoosiers ahead 73-70.

LIU's Jason Brickman drew a foul on the other end, and buried both free throws with 1:27 left. IU led 73-72.

Indiana worked another possession and Sheehey got another good look at a 3, but missed this one. Yogi Ferrell grabbed an offensive rebound, and IU took a 30-second timeout with 1:07 to go.

Jeremy Hollowell missed a runner with 37 seconds, and Vonleh's tip attempt somehow rolled out. LIU rebounded, and after a jump ball, had possession with 33 seconds left.

LIU took a 30-second timeout, and then Brickman dribbled around the court searching for a good shot. He ultimately attempted a floater from the right side -- it was a pretty good look -- but it missed and Devin Davis got the rebound and was fouled.

Davis missed the front end of a one-and-one with four seconds, and LIU, out of timeouts, rebounded it. Brickman raced up the court and tried an off-balanced 3-pointer at the buzzer that fell short.

Indiana escaped with a 73-72 win. Top Stories