The difference between this exhibition and the scrimmage against Vandy, is that a scrimmage is treated more like a "real" game, by coaches and players. Even though it's only an exhibition game, the play calling is more of a factor and the line ups are more like they will be in the regular season. Although with this team I wouldn't be surprised to see the starting lineup change before ACC play because the freshmen will be more acclimated to college play. That goes for the rest of the rotation too. I don't expect players like Watts or even McDonald to see as much time as they got last night.
Yes stats looked good except shooting the ball. It's pretty easy to dominate a team like Belmont Abbey on the inside when their tallest player is 6'8". You just throw the ball in and score. That is how Drew had 8 assts. You guys are the same ones that said scrimmage games don't mean anything, and now this glorified scrimmage against no talent at all has everyone is excited. You will run into a real problem when you match up with a team that has bigs because you don't have shooters. Just remember it was Belmont Abbey.
Yes 3 point shooting will be a likely problem for this team. However that may be mitigated to a certain extent because this team will rebound better. Make a big a deal as you want about 3 point shooting, but I'm telling you this team will still be pretty damn good.