Trev's Strategy for the next 3 games?
They've got a winnable game at home against the Kings, then a tougher (without BC) road game against the Hawks.
MU have 3 relatively easy games.
If Perth win their next two, and beat MU in Perth, they should finish first on percentage. (head-slaps for the first person to mention h2h or similar.)
That would have been a tempting scenario, but that last one just got really tough.
Now obviously Trev's never gonna do anything but play to win, but it's a question of degrees. Top 2 finish and SF HCA is locked in.
Does he go all-in chasing top spot?
Or does he try to manage things?
Keep the court time of Mooney, Wagstaff, and Blanchfield reasonable;
Get extra time and confidence into Magnay, Steindl, Bairstow, and Travers;
Run the end of the bench more, Wani, Shervill, and Britt.