Kenny Hall: I think Kenny is a guy that's going to benefit from a movement-oriented half-court offense. You'll see some more post cross-screens and chances for Hall to catch the ball with a chance to score rather than him catching the ball 5 feet off the block with no movement whatsoever. Kenny should take a step this year. Tentative Projection 8 ppg, 8 rebs. Cam Tatum: Cam is a harder call. He certainly has never struck me as a smart basketball player, and intuition is vital in a motion offense. I can see him having too many turnovers and struggling, especially early. It's hard to go from 4 years of a complete horse-shit halfcourt offense to playing real basketball, and I see Cam struggling. Tentative Projection: 12 ppg 3-4 TO's per game. Jordan McRae: Physically, he's the most gifted player on the team. He's got some major upside; he's athletic, can shoot, can drive, and is a decent passer. He needs to work on being more disciplined with his shot selection, but he's an intuitive player that I can see flourishing in this style. With some improvement defensively, he could have a really nice year. Tentative Projection: 14 ppg. Trae Golden: This is the perfect offense for Trae Golden. Being in this system will maximize his skillset, imo. He showed flashes of brilliance last year in the open floor making anticipation passes. In a motion offense, that's exactly the job of the point guard, to create and distribute. Hopefully, we'll see Trae be able to score more and improve his shooting. If so, he could be really solid for us. Tentative Projection: 8 ppg, 6 apg. I'll crank out my thoughts on the other guys in the next couple days. Share your thoughts.