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Most of that is pretty skewed

As you mentioned many of those were in different schools in different systems to differing levels of usage

Probably not fair to assume Mutts or Aluma will have similar numbers in a lesser role, especially when neither are particularly good shooters.

Radford's role will decrease, Alleyne's role will decrease...

The 2018 team just flat out returned all of those players...same system, same coach, lots of continuity in a system that didnt ask much of them in regards to learning how to play within it.

MYs system is much more difficult to learn, and 6 out of the 13 scholarship players are brand new to that system...5 of the remaining 7 are still 20 years old or younger.

There arent many valid comparisons to the 2 teams at all...Justin Robinson, NAW and KBJ were all proven commodities at the highest level. Currently you can only make a case for Diarra, and that ome would still be on shaky ground. The rest will have a lot of growing pains.

The time for expected success will certainly come...this is going to be a fun few years. Next year will not be the start of those years

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Posted: 06/16/2020 at 12:43PM


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Interesting Stats -- Jomonelson 06/16/2020 07:22AM
  Most of that is pretty skewed -- GCHokie34 06/16/2020 12:43PM

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