Woolpert just can't get his rotations right with Hinder AND Holmes in the lineup, for some reason.
I'm also worried about his constant inability to get even a passable effort out of his players. How much does the "effort" area fall on the coach and how much falls on the slack individuals though?
Nevill can defend the P&R as good as any of our bigs. He is an underrated defender and what he lacks in footspeed he makes up for with defensive IQ and sheer size. Woolpert (along with several other NBL coaches this season) makes too many substitutions. There is no need to have your 9th and 10th man getting on the court most games, let alone in the first quarter of a tight contest. Ervin, Nevill and Blanchfield should ALL be averaging well into the thirties in terms of MPG.
On a side note: are PC's days as a starter over? He is just too turnover prone to be getting the minutes that he gets, his passing and dribbling ability are towards the bottom end of the league. Would like to see him employed like the Breakers use CJ, but I wonder with his mindset and negative approach to the game if that would enable him to produce...?
Once you figure out that the only person in TSV's starting five that can even remotely handle the ball is Gary Ervin, the Crocs are pretty easy to beat. Force them into making PC handle it for even a couple of minutes and you will get enough turnovers and fast break points to blow a game right open.
PC is just a turnover waiting to happen while Blanchfield, even though he negates it by not trying to force anything, could not cross over an armchair.