Yeah, if he continues to learn you would expect a mistake like trying to go behind the back in traffic to be a blip. It already pretty much is a blip compared to his previous two years. I love the chase down block in the sense of a moment just in and of itself, but it's hard to really appreciate when you know what happened immediately before, still yes, he deserves credit for getting back on D (and Hulls actually deserves some credit for slowing down the Illinois break)

I would love his attitude on this team that's for sure. His don't fear anyone style is perfect for NBA defense.