The view from Section 3 should have been better. Much better. But perhaps these Johnnies needed to see that if you don't play smart, you'll be lucky to get a win. D'Angello Harrison is the man. He played a great game and provided leadership on the floor. He is essential to this team doing well this season. Rasheed Jordan is also the real deal. It seemed that he and D'Angello were the only players willing to go to the basket. Jordan had several baskets where he ran the length of the floor and sliced through the lane. Other than those two, the offense was stagnant to a degree. Too many jumpers, inability for the bigs to finish at the rim, and sloppy passes and ball handling. On defense, they allowed SFS to do too much. Lavin's defensive schemes have always been poor on the perimeter, but the Gators were also going to the basket and at times it was as if a red carpet was laid out for them. Sir Dom needs to be on the floor as much as possible. He was aggressive on the defense end and was clearly missed when on the bench. Based on just this one game - an exhibition of course - I would say Harrison, Jordan and Pointer must be in the starting five. The other two can be some combination of Obekpa, Sanchez, Sampson and Green. It was tense at the end. D'Angello had a lot of poise and you felt he would get the ball in the hoop at the end. But the 4.8 left on the clock was more than enough time for the Johnnies defense to lose the game. They got lucky.