In the opening few minutes he hit a step back 3 which should've put a spark in him like it does most shooters, but then it's almost like he was content with that one make that he went the next 12 minutes without taking a single shot. During those 12 minutes we had a comfortable lead, but shot 7-20 and had 6 turnovers. He had the chance to blow the game wide open and put it to rest before halftime. The urgency in Allen is completely lost when we're up, and that goes for most of the team as well. He'd rather not be the one to blame for a loss. The most urgency I've seen this team play with was when we were down 6-10 points against Michigan State. It's just a matter of consistency. Coming out of the half, they must've told him to shoot more since he took his first attempt 8 seconds into the game. But then he didn't attempt a single shot for the rest of the game. That is inexcusable both by Allen and White.