I've always been a fan of size in basketball. It's hard not to be. Taller teams - as long as they don't sacrifice too much skill or quickness - tend to be better defending and rebounding teams. Not to mention that effective low post play is one of the best ways, if not the best way, to score points efficiently.Of course, the Hoyas' tendency has been to play small.That's not to say that the Hoyas are small. They aren't. Traditionally, the personnel has always been tall. Even under JTIII, the Hoyas have been tall.But they've still played small.For example, the Hoyas were 12th in effective height this year. But they played small far too often. What do I mean by that?They were "tall" because Monroe was 6'11" and played a lot of minutes, and didn't have a sub-6' guard. But of the roughly...

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