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    [November 1, 2018] Indiana State (0-0) vs Rose-Hulman (0-0)


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    We're now under a month until actual basketball action. First game is our exhibition vs Rose. What do you guys want to see out of that tune up?
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    Double digit scoring from all starters.
    Lotsa FAST BREAKS.
    Less than FIVE TO's.
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    In no particular order:

    1) No injuries

    2) Frontcourt production - Will Thomas be the man now that he’s healthy and has a year under his belt? Will Kessinger show any improvement and/or confidence? Will Rickman be in shape to play significant minutes and take Murphy’s spot? Also interested in the rotations and whether we go small (1 PG, 3 wings and 1 big) with regularity.

    3) Tyreke asserting his dominance. I would like to see him very aggressive on offense.

    4) Big minutes from Williams and Neese. I believe they can play in the exhibition, correct? I’m excited to see how they fit and work with the other established players.

    5) REBOUNDING. I’m concerned about this with our roster and want to see us be agressive on the boards.

    I’m sure there’s more, but these immediately come to mind.

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    No injuries

    Freshman get good minutes and show potential to contribute this season

    Transfers get good minutes and show even more potential to contribute.

    Offensive rhythm

    Good team defense

    Smart basketball

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    Someone with a high basketball IQ on the floor at all times.

    Good shooting from the line.

    Pressing defense.

    Good chemistry, guys having fun on the floor and support from the bench.


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    I am also curious to see if we show any changes to our offensive schemes. If we play more small-ball, which our roster seems to indicate we will do, are we planning on playing a more up-tempo offense? I'm inclined to assume no based on the practice videos I've seen and with Lansing's history of the same motion offense year after year, but we have the horses and the roster makeup to get out and run-and-gun.

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    No Injuries, what the new wings can bring to the table, and if any post comes out and establishes themselves...

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    Agreed with the no injuries.

    Huge lead at halftime so our bench players can get the lion's share of minutes in the second half.
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