LC - regardless availability (who would not like to have Landale, Adel and Froling in), this is a really good team, just not coached/run properly, at least in the preliminary phase. Last game is a perfect example of how Radford was supposed to do it - Vasiljevic played extensive minutes, not for scoring but stretching the floor for others, and Adnam running the point - he is a really good ball handler and passer, able to finish at the rim, far better than Naar in my opinion. Everybody else played as they were supposed to. Look at the assist count.
For #844 - who said "how is it his fault?" - it is ALWAYS the coach's fault - regardless selection, the coaches come up with a strategy that players should execute. Either the coach is not able to pick 5 players (out of 11) capable of executing this strategy or the strategy is wrong, either way the coach makes/made the decision. It'd be great to have 12 equally good/great players but for a number of reasons this is rarely the case (Asiacup was a good example since we had 10 equally good players and Lemanis was able to rotate them all). So it is really mind-boggling why the hack some of the coaches try to play all players in a major tournament where there is almost zero room for error. If there are 7-8 players capable of playing, give them plenty of time and play to win. Lucas is a really good example - a 7 player rotation and they are in the grand final.
I just think that each coach selected for such a position should have KPIs against it and be held accountable. If this is all for entertainment, they should tell us so we stop having these discussions, but as a tax payer I'd be pissed as I am not in favour of sending a national team anywhere to simply have fun.