I agree with everything you just said. Im just saying IF Matthews and/or Iggy can also provide the things that we expect from a sophomore Poole, or 80% of it or however much, and they can bring better rebounding and defending, then having Matthews and Iggy at the 2/3 and either Livers or Johns at the 4 would be the lineup with the higher potential.
Again, not saying that I think it’s likely that Poole gets supplanted, because I agree that he is very skilled and that his skill-set will be unique to next year’s roster.
To bring the thread back to topic: it’ll be interesting to see how deeply Poole and Livers can entrench themselves in playing time, with a supremely talented crop of frosh en route. I’d guess it’s more likely that Johns or Iggy takes Liver’s play time, than Iggy taking Poole’s. I guess cant count out Brooks moving to the 2, if Z wins the PG race in 2017.