Chris Walker...wow.

Discussion in 'Nuttin' but Net' started by GatorPlanet, Nov 22, 2013.

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    You are right I don't know that
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    I bet he plays around 6-10 min a game right away and then 12-18 once he proves he knows the D rotation. Same with Harris. It would be nice if we could cut Pat & Will from nearly 30 min to low 20 minute range. Big difference come tourney time.
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    If Harris doesn't come back, we will need that much at minimum. You ideally want Young and Yeguete at around 22-26 (which normally means about 5-6 extended stretches during a game). With the way Prather has played at the three, he deserves starter's minutes going forward, which leaves Finney-Smith with something like 10-15 (2-3 streches) minutes at the three, then another 10-15 (2-3 stretches) at the four. By my count, that still leaves you with a good 20 available minutes or so in the post. At first, I suspect Kurtz eats some of those until Walker gets in playing shape, by March hopefully Walker gets all of them. A post rotation of Young, Yeguete, and Walker, plus DFS at the four, would be about as effective and versatile as any I've seen at Florida under Donovan. At least it is right there with 1990-2000, 2000-01, and 2005-06.

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