Teams must adjust and find new options
Originally Published: January 28, 2005By Jay Bilas | Special to ESPN Insider
Every year, there are injuries, suspensions, transfers and academic casualties that change the course of a team's season. It is rare when a team can go through an entire year without having to make adjustments, shift lineups or increase the load of a "role player" to make up for personnel losses. It is part of the game, and it has to be handled the right way by both players and coaches.
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