I sim the second game of the tournament:
Lufkin and Keller lead us with 14. Murphy, Lamkin and Bright all score 12.
I think most likely for the next couple games at least I'm going to run the rotation like I did during the Stetson game. Lamkin starts at SG, Lufkin at SF. Garcia and Santiago back them up. Then in the second half Santiago and Lufkin start with Lamkin and Garcia backing them up. I don't like messing with the lineup a lot so I'm going to be a bit hesitant before I put a freshman in the lineup this time around.
One change though. Garcia is 6'7", a poor on ball defender. Santiago is 6'3" and a better defender. Garcia will backup Lufkin, Santiago Lamkin.
That brings us to the finals of the polar bear thingy. We're playing Arizona State. They're rated 86 OVR and appear superior in every way except perhaps on the boards. A great early season challenge for us.