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Advanced stats, Striplin vs. Hollingshead vs. Franklin (stats in bold are in the 90+ percentile in the entire NCAA):

Points Per Play: Striplin 1.03, Hollingshead 0.89, Franklin 1.09
Points Per Shot Attempt: Striplin 1.24, Hollingshead 1.17, Franklin 1.19
Effective Field Goal %: Striplin 60.9%, Hollingshead 61.0%, Franklin 55.0%
Free Throw Rate: Striplin 3.3%, Hollingshead 11.4%, Franklin 23.1%
Offensive Rebounding %: Striplin 14.1%, Hollingshead 11.4%, Franklin 14.4%
Defensive Rebounding %: Striplin 11.9%, Hollingshead 15.4%, Franklin 15.5%
Total Rebounding %: Striplin 13.0%, Hollingshead 13.5%, Franklin 15.0%
Assist %: Striplin 8.2%, Hollingshead 3.3%, Franklin 6.7%
AST/TO: Striplin 0.71, Hollingshead 0.20, Franklin 1.20
Steal %: Striplin 2.8%, Hollingshead 1.5%, Franklin 1.2%
Block %: Striplin 6.9%, Hollingshead 5.2%, Franklin 1.3%
Player Efficiency Rating: Striplin 26.8, Hollingshead 18.2, Franklin 24.2
Win Shares/40 Minutes: Striplin 0.34, Hollingshead 0.15, Franklin 0.31
Offensive Win Shares/40 Minutes: Striplin 0.22, Hollingshead 0.08, Franklin 0.27
Defensive Win Shares/40 Minutes: Striplin 0.12, Hollingshead 0.07, Franklin 0.04
Player Offensive Rating: Striplin 119.0, Hollingshead 95.7, Franklin 130.4
Player Defensive Rating (lower is better): Striplin 80.6, Hollingshead 87.8, Franklin 92.4

I think Striplin has earned the starting role.
 
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Advanced stats, Striplin vs. Hollingshead vs. Franklin (stats in bold are in the 90+ percentile in the entire NCAA):

Points Per Play: Striplin 1.03, Hollingshead 0.89, Franklin 1.09
Points Per Shot Attempt: Striplin 1.24, Hollingshead 1.17, Franklin 1.19
Effective Field Goal %: Striplin 60.9%, Hollingshead 61.0%, Franklin 55.0%
Free Throw Rate: Striplin 3.3%, Hollingshead 11.4%, Franklin 23.1%
Offensive Rebounding %: Striplin 14.1%, Hollingshead 11.4%, Franklin 14.4%
Defensive Rebounding %: Striplin 11.9%, Hollingshead 15.4%, Franklin 15.5%
Total Rebounding %: Striplin 13.0%, Hollingshead 13.5%, Franklin 15.0%
Assist %: Striplin 8.2%, Hollingshead 3.3%, Franklin 6.7%
AST/TO: Striplin 0.71, Hollingshead 0.20, Franklin 1.20
Steal %: Striplin 2.8%, Hollingshead 1.5%, Franklin 1.2%
Block %: Striplin 6.9%, Hollingshead 5.2%, Franklin 1.3%
Player Efficiency Rating: Striplin 26.8, Hollingshead 18.2, Franklin 24.2
Win Shares/40 Minutes: Striplin 0.34, Hollingshead 0.15, Franklin 0.31
Offensive Win Shares/40 Minutes: Striplin 0.22, Hollingshead 0.08, Franklin 0.27
Defensive Win Shares/40 Minutes: Striplin 0.12, Hollingshead 0.07, Franklin 0.04
Player Offensive Rating: Striplin 119.0, Hollingshead 95.7, Franklin 130.4
Player Defensive Rating (lower is better): Striplin 80.6, Hollingshead 87.8, Franklin 92.4

I think Striplin has earned the starting role.
karoline sets picks better to. they should stats for that but the player who picks other teams player for teammate to get open shot, layup, rebound gets no credit. just like those who poke ball loose does not get the steal. grit plays only gets you credit with coaches while some fans just cheer for double double or 20 pts players. grit play should get more love on volnation
 
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Here's the minute distribution plan that I would roll out against UF:
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I know it leaves us with Horston at Point Forward for 12 minutes but given the performance of Walker and Miles, it simply has to be done.
If a post gets in foul trouble, Suarez is next up.
 
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Advanced stats, Striplin vs. Hollingshead vs. Franklin (stats in bold are in the 90+ percentile in the entire NCAA):

Points Per Play: Striplin 1.03, Hollingshead 0.89, Franklin 1.09
Points Per Shot Attempt: Striplin 1.24, Hollingshead 1.17, Franklin 1.19
Effective Field Goal %: Striplin 60.9%, Hollingshead 61.0%, Franklin 55.0%
Free Throw Rate: Striplin 3.3%, Hollingshead 11.4%, Franklin 23.1%
Offensive Rebounding %: Striplin 14.1%, Hollingshead 11.4%, Franklin 14.4%
Defensive Rebounding %: Striplin 11.9%, Hollingshead 15.4%, Franklin 15.5%
Total Rebounding %: Striplin 13.0%, Hollingshead 13.5%, Franklin 15.0%
Assist %: Striplin 8.2%, Hollingshead 3.3%, Franklin 6.7%
AST/TO: Striplin 0.71, Hollingshead 0.20, Franklin 1.20
Steal %: Striplin 2.8%, Hollingshead 1.5%, Franklin 1.2%
Block %: Striplin 6.9%, Hollingshead 5.2%, Franklin 1.3%
Player Efficiency Rating: Striplin 26.8, Hollingshead 18.2, Franklin 24.2
Win Shares/40 Minutes: Striplin 0.34, Hollingshead 0.15, Franklin 0.31
Offensive Win Shares/40 Minutes: Striplin 0.22, Hollingshead 0.08, Franklin 0.27
Defensive Win Shares/40 Minutes: Striplin 0.12, Hollingshead 0.07, Franklin 0.04
Player Offensive Rating: Striplin 119.0, Hollingshead 95.7, Franklin 130.4
Player Defensive Rating (lower is better): Striplin 80.6, Hollingshead 87.8, Franklin 92.4

I think Striplin has earned the starting role.
Thank you for that. Can you check the free throw stats? Striplin is a very good free throw shooter.
 
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Advanced stats, Striplin vs. Hollingshead vs. Franklin (stats in bold are in the 90+ percentile in the entire NCAA):

Points Per Play: Striplin 1.03, Hollingshead 0.89, Franklin 1.09
Points Per Shot Attempt: Striplin 1.24, Hollingshead 1.17, Franklin 1.19
Effective Field Goal %: Striplin 60.9%, Hollingshead 61.0%, Franklin 55.0%
Free Throw Rate: Striplin 3.3%, Hollingshead 11.4%, Franklin 23.1%
Offensive Rebounding %: Striplin 14.1%, Hollingshead 11.4%, Franklin 14.4%
Defensive Rebounding %: Striplin 11.9%, Hollingshead 15.4%, Franklin 15.5%
Total Rebounding %: Striplin 13.0%, Hollingshead 13.5%, Franklin 15.0%
Assist %: Striplin 8.2%, Hollingshead 3.3%, Franklin 6.7%
AST/TO: Striplin 0.71, Hollingshead 0.20, Franklin 1.20
Steal %: Striplin 2.8%, Hollingshead 1.5%, Franklin 1.2%
Block %: Striplin 6.9%, Hollingshead 5.2%, Franklin 1.3%
Player Efficiency Rating: Striplin 26.8, Hollingshead 18.2, Franklin 24.2
Win Shares/40 Minutes: Striplin 0.34, Hollingshead 0.15, Franklin 0.31
Offensive Win Shares/40 Minutes: Striplin 0.22, Hollingshead 0.08, Franklin 0.27
Defensive Win Shares/40 Minutes: Striplin 0.12, Hollingshead 0.07, Franklin 0.04
Player Offensive Rating: Striplin 119.0, Hollingshead 95.7, Franklin 130.4
Player Defensive Rating (lower is better): Striplin 80.6, Hollingshead 87.8, Franklin 92.4

I think Striplin has earned the starting role.
i don’t disagree. I think it’s a toss up and Karo has gotten more reps/opportunity and she’s delivered. I’m interested to see how it plays out moving forward but I think their minutes will be pretty evenly distributed the rest of the season if they remain healthy. Marta at the 4/5 to back them(add Sara at the 4) up along with Franklin makes out post game deliciously mobile and offensively versatile. Karo is also a vocal player.

My biggest change would honestly be to bring Tess off the bench but she’s improved soooo much. But that change gives a different flow to the team offensively and defensively.
 
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Right now I would start and end the game with these 5...

Powell, Horston, Jackson, Darby and Striplin.
I agree with this but I think the reason Rickea is not starting, is we only have 2 go to scorers and coach wants one on the floor at all times, that would be difficult if they both start. We are winning now so let’s just ride this out for as long as we can.
 
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I agree with this but I think the reason Rickea is not starting, is we only have 2 go to scorers and coach wants one on the floor at all times, that would be difficult if they both start. We are winning now so let’s just ride this out for as long as we can.
I get that and it's fine for all these games that we can win comfortably with JH and RJ playing 30 minutes, but there are 3 games left on our schedule where we need them both to play 35+. It will be hard to get them both 35+ if they both do not start.

In theory for "the big games" you could follow the same pattern each of the first 3 quarters. After 6 minutes, sub out RJ; 2 minutes later sub in RJ for JH for the final 2 minutes. I would only sub them each out for 1 minute of the 4th and they would each end up with 35 minutes total and one or the other would always be in the game.
 
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I get that and it's fine for all these games that we can win comfortably with JH and RJ playing 30 minutes, but there are 3 games left on our schedule where we need them both to play 35+. It will be hard to get them both 35+ if they both do not start.

In theory for "the big games" you could follow the same pattern each of the first 3 quarters. After 6 minutes, sub out RJ; 2 minutes later sub in RJ for JH for the final 2 minutes. I would only sub them each out for 1 minute of the 4th and they would each end up with 35 minutes total and one or the other would always be in the game.
Another thing is sitting the first 3 mins gives RJ rest when she doesn't need it. That 2 or 3 mins of benchtime for RJ would be better used when she actually needs it.

That said, if she's ok, and she sure seems to be, and it's working Let It Be I guess.
 

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