I see that we are running a couple offenses. 1) Pick and roll up top with a big. 2) Pass and cut up top with bigs posting low. 3) Some kind of pass and cut/dribble drive motion. But what ever we're doing, I see our players dribbling into traffic or driving baseline and turning the ball over, especially Fortune. In short, I see too much one-on-one play to be a consistently good offense, and that worries me down the stretch. I rarely see a good, hard screen to get someone open. I'm thinking that CU needs to install a couple sets to get shooters open at the 3pt line (double, triple, down screens). Then if the 3 isn't there, dump it down low and/or resume the normal motion offense. I think Fortune and King could thrive off screens. Fortune especially because his game is best suited for catch and shoot. Shooting from the 3pt line has miraculously become a positive for CU and I think it could be the ticket to making some real noise. Basically the offense seems a tad slow, predictable and easy to defend. Why our point guards walk the ball up the floor still amazes me, are we trying to run the shot clock down intentionally. Aklayzili is the only one that consistently pushes the ball up the floor. CU should push the ball on misses and makes, especially in Boulder. Just some thoughts... Guess I can't complain too much as CU is in the mix for an NCAA berth. Hopefully the Buffs continue to get better doing what their doing.