Moye suffers stroke

Former Indiana standout A.J. Moye has suffered a stroke while with his pro team in Frankfurt, Germany.

Peegs first linked to the report.

On Monday, Moye and another player collided with their heads, but the two players were able to continue to practice. On Monday night, the step father of Moye spoke with his step son and noticed that he had problems speaking. On Tuesday at the morning shoot around before the Eurochallenge game against Maccabi Haifa, there was abnormal behavior detected with the Los Angeles native. As his behavior got more intense, Moye was brought to a Frankfurt hospital. At the hospital his condition worsened. The diagnosis that Moye had a stroke has been confirmed in the hospital. Further diagnosis about his recovery and therapy can not be determined at the present moment.

Moye is 28 years old. Obviously a tragic story. The prayers of the Scoop are with Moye and his family.

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Christian Watford and Victor Oladipo try to go for the ball during Tuesday’s win. Chris Howell | Herald-Times


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Indiana’s Tom Pritchard (25) and Victor Oladipo, right, fight for the rebound while Jeremiah Rivers, center, blocks out. Indiana defeated Mississippi Valley State 71-54 on Tuesday. Chris Howell | Herald-Times


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Indiana 71, Mississippi Valley State 54


Indiana’s Christian Watford drives against Mississippi Valley State’s Orlando Smith. Chris Howell | Herald-Times

Indiana won a third-straight game for the first time under coach Tom Crean, defeating Mississippi Valley State 71-54 on Tuesday.

Once again, Christian Watford led the way with 18 points and nine rebounds in 29 minutes of action.

But it’s a team game, and two numbers — 32 points off turnovers, and 32 points from the bench — stand out.

Indiana forced 23 Mississippi Valley State turnovers, to its own 17.

Freshmen Will Sheehey and Victor Oladipo led the bench with nine points each.

The Hoosiers are 3-0 despite getting combined 4-of-18 shooting, 1-of-8 from beyond the arc, from Maurice Creek and Verdell Jones during Tuesday’s game.

Only one player scored in double figures.

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