3 weeks ago

Minnesota still does not run a ton of offense — the Gophers will let Carr go to work in isolation and in the pick-and-roll, they will run some cross-screening actions to get Robbins post-ups, and they will run Kalscheur and Gach off of pin-downs, flare-screens, and various double-screen actions. But despite not having a very complex offense, Minnesota can really put points up. The team’s individual players are talented, physically capable, and the Gophers have real skill and depth coming off of the bench.

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