I think Fred's got enough options that they won't have a set 6th man like McGee has been the last couple years. I think we'll see 2-3 guys play that role depending on who has the hot hand and what match ups CFH wants to create.
If the offense isn't gelling I'd expect to see Bubu(assuming he doesn't start)
If we need some sharpshooting against a team who's perimeter defense is weak I'd expect to see Bluford
If we need a someone to stop a dry spell I could see SDW coming in
Or Naz if we need some help on the defensive end
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This was a tough one.......I went with Bluford though, just because he is likely to be the one to replace Tyrus. I think it could be any of about 6 of those guys and there is an argument for and against each of them.
I think it will be less important who starts on this team than it has been on any of CFH's teams so far. This may be the deepest team CFH has had so far, provided Hogue, Gibson, and Edozie can step up at the frontcourt positions.
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It's hard to know who is going to be the 6th man when it is still unclear who will start
True, and we probably won't have any good idea who the 5 basic starters will be until at least mid december. I'm going to guess Kane, Naz, Thomas, Mel and Niang with Bluford first off the bench unless somebody picks up a quick 2 fouls. Should be interesting with all the guys we have pushing each other for pt.
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