(KWCH) Wichita State's offense is about as balanced as possible. The Shockers have had nine different players lead them in scoring this season. Willis has done so the most - four times.
"We have – at any given time – four or five guys at the minimum that can lead us in scoring on the floor, and that hasn't always been the case... It hasn't really changed the way that I approach [the offense]," said Gregg Marshall. "When guys are playing 20 or so minutes…it keeps them fresh, as opposed to playing 32 or 34 minutes a game."
Also, at least two of Conner Frankamp, Daishon Smith and Austin Reaves can be on the floor together. Which gives the offense the ability to be run through any on of them.
"I also think that at any given time, whether it's Daishon (Smith) or Landry (Shamet) or Conner (Frankamp) or Austin (Reaves), we've got two point guards out there…in terms of their mentality," said Marshall. "Not in bringing the ball up the court, but in facilitating the offense and running the team."
The Shocker host Loyola Wednesday night.