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Another Good Game For Lillis!!!!!!

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Lillis is putting up some good numbers with 18 more points. The question becomes where does he get minutes next year?


You have Wilson, Jordan and Iati in the backcourt with Levi and Brent Wilson at the 3. Lillis is 6'4" so he probably wouldn't play the 4 (which will be crowded anyway with St. Hillaire, Wyatt and Possibly Dyson - and maybe Martin if he bulks up a bit. THis assumes that Hughes isn't on the team).


By the way, Dyson had 6 points in his teams loss on Thursday - probably averaging about 8 ppg and about 50% from the line.

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Lillis is putting up some good numbers with 18 more points. The question becomes where does he get minutes next year? - reeder


I believe next season will be something we haven't seen since UA has gone DI, that's talent and depth. I think you won't see too many 35 and 40 minute players. I think the norm will be 25 - 30 with alot of guys getting 10 -15. Especially the freshman until they adjust to DI play and whatever system the coaches have in place.


The job next year will be substitution patterns and Defensive intensity.


I for one am hoping to see the Danes go uptempo offensively as well as defensively.


Hopefully it doesn't take the team long to accept their roles. If we win some games early we could have a special year.


Definately the coaching staff will face a different set of problems with the depth but they are the type of problems coaching staffs would rather face.

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