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Old 02-14-2013, 12:45 PM   #1096
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Originally Posted by duncan_idaho View Post
Good breakdown on Jankovic. He has to get much stronger and learn to play D... but the offensive skill is impressive.

Frontcourt is going to be much less impressive next season. Criswell will be a good guy, but he's a complementary offensive piece, not a primary option (unless he make a BIG jump between now and then).

I don't know that Jonathan Williams III will be ready to start as a true freshman, but he has a skillset similar to Bowers and should be able to give good minutes at the 4, even if it is off the bench.

X-factor is Keanu Post... he's a little bit of a raw JUCO guy, and I don't think you can count on having the same success with him that they did with Criswell. But who knows?

Offense will clearly have to flow from Jordan Clarkson and Jabari Brown, as well as Ross.

I think we might see more of Ross at the 4 next year, too.
We don't have a choice, really. Ross almost has to play the 4. Hell, if Kim English could do it, so can Ross.

2011/2012 gave Haith the blueprint for how he'll handle 2013/2014, especially if Pressey does return.
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