Notes: Starters play plenty; Coach wants more from Jays' reserves
George Washington forward Nemanja Mikic blocks a shot by Creighton's Grant Gibbs in the second half. Gibbs said he regretted not getting Doug McDermott more involved in the offense. “I think I missed him a handful of times on what would have been easy opportunities for him,” he said.
Posted: Sunday, December 1, 2013 12:00 am
ANAHEIM, Calif. — Trust plays an important role in Creighton coach Greg McDermott's decisions on divvying up playing time.
That was especially apparent Sunday as three of the five starters each played 37 minutes or more in the 60-53 loss to George Washington at the Wooden Legacy tournament. Sixth-man Ethan Wragge also played a season-high 30 minutes as McDermott shortened his rotation.
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