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The Florida Gators' assist per game ratio ranks 102nd in the country.
Starting point guard, Erving Walker, averages 3.3 assists to 2.4 turnovers per game.
Both of Florida's guards have a shooters mentality. When they are hot, they are no doubt hard to stop, but high percentage points have not appeared to be of importance to Florida.
Their leading scorers are Walker, and shooting guard, Kenny Boynton.
Chandler Parsons leads the team in assists. He's a forward.
Florida's offense is built from the inside out, but looks to shoot more than score in the paint.
Sharing is more than just caring. It's a formula for success in the NCAA Tournament. The more physical teams win games.
Yes, the Gators are insanely dangerous and good at shooting from range.
But, interior teams take higher percentage shots, and have more room for error. Expect Florida to shoot very well, as always, but it only takes that one bad game from their shooters to make them fall flat on their face.