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    40. G Rasir Bolton – Gonzaga Bulldogs
    2020-21 stats: 15.5 ppg and 3.9 apg at Iowa State
    The Cyclones were dreadful as a team last season, including going winless in Big 12 play. The one bright spot was Bolton, who led them in both scoring and passing. He was in double figures in all but two games, including a career-high 26 points against TCU. Bolton can create his own offense and for others at the point but thrives mainly off the ball as a slasher and capable off-guard shooter.

    Andrew Nembhard is the clear lead guard for the Bulldogs but the two-spot is up for grabs, with Bolton competing with five-star guards, Nolan Hickman and Hunter Sallis in the rotation. Bolton’s experience and proven ability should get him the edge at first but he’ll be a good double-digit contributor for the nation’s No. 1 preseason team either way.

    https://bustingbrackets.com/2021/10/...021-22-season/

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    Given Coach Few's preference for experience in the backcourt, expect Rasir to start at the two, and log the fourth or fifth most game minutes this year. Also believe, in each of his 25+ minutes on the court, he'll equal or surpass the 15.5 points he averaged last season.

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      - agree, i think few to begin the year will start bolton before hickman and sallis, due to experience and he has a ton of it against big five conference teams! from there we will see who's game talents will earn more minutes.

      - just spit-balling possible distribution of minutes at the p.g. and s.g. positions......total 80 minutes
      - nembhard 25-30, bolton 20-24, hickman and sallis 12-18 (works out to about 70 to 90 minutes)

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