Is it too early .........for the 20-21 starting line-up?

LQuarles

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Heart
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Bones
Williams
MBJ
MSS

Realistic
Bones
Clark
Williams/Watkins
Douglas/Williams
MSS
 
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SWV

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I know it will never happen. It will be more like
MSS, Douglas, Williams, Bones, Curry or something close to this.
I’d like to see McAllister in this group, too. Or Clarke. Hard to decide since I don’t think any of those guys really got a chance to play. Then some of those new guys also look ready. Potential to be an exciting year (she said hopefully)!
 
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I think we’ve seen the way Mike likes to construct his starting lineups so I don’t see many surprises.

What I’m happy with is it doesn’t seem like freshmen will just rot on the bench just because they’re freshmen. I hope this trend continues next season and the guys who should be out there ultimately are.
 
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ISwamRam

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In my 'expert' opinion from a cushy couch.

2020 lineup (Nov-Dec) by position & rotation:
  1. Clarke/Baldwin/*Bones/Lil' Arnold
  2. Bones/Curry/Banks
  3. Williams/McCallister/*Banks
  4. MSS/MB-J/Watkins
  5. Douglass/Ward
This assumes a 90% healthy roster.
 
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80sRamBaseballRugby

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If Ward has a mid-range or 3 point jump shot he should be starting next year. I love MSS’s work but he’s very limited beyond 3 feet and Hack-A-Shack works on him too. Douglas is a taller, less skilled MSS. He has even more work to do if he wants to start.

That said, Mike will go with
1. Clark
2. Bones
3. Curry
4. Williams
5. MSS