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Date Posted: Monday, August 16, 01:10:58pm
Author: CLK
Subject: Slim, you could be right, but I think we could go 10 or 11 deep. We still have the issue of bering undersized. Ron's answer in past years has been to speed up the game. I really see him putting the pedal to the metal this year as he has the horses to run. It could be the platoon, or just wholesale substitutions like Dayton used last year. It may only be for half of the game before he limits his rotation like last year, but maybe longer as he won't have to use walk ons. What hurt us last year in getting to 20 wins, was our inability to make free throws, and fatigue at the end.
In reply to: Slim 's message, "Disagree. I think we actually have the makings of a solid 8-man rotation and the ability to allow the development of the freshman. I think changes to the coaching staff also portend a commitment to a normal basketball system and rotation." on Monday, August 16, 10:20:57am

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