2. Indiana basketball has to solidify Rotations
Coach Woodson admitted that this was not an exact science. He’s looking to put the best combination of players on the floor, which might not be the most talented five. Woodson and the staff need to find the right five. The team has length on the wings and in the middle. They are also tremendously athletic. Who plays best together?
What rotation has the most consistency while on the floor together? Veteran guards Trey Galloway and Xavier Johnson will help the rotations. Galloway is a 4th year senior, and Johnson is in his 6th year.
Both players know and understand the system and will be assets in the backcourt as this young frontcourt matures. The success of the rotations rests not only on the two veteran guards but also on the maturation and development of Mike Woodson’s talented but inexperienced sophomore class.
With the proper rotations, Woodson and his staff could maximize on-floor matchups.