With the spectacular emergence of #2 and #10 as deadly snipers from the left wing, is the offense becoming too "left-handed" from an outside shooting perspective and therefore easier for opponents to scheme?
With #22 and #32 having similar shooting profiles, would it be more efficient to switch the positioning of #32 and #36 in some sets? #32 has a better outside sniping shot that would provide better left-right balance shooting from the right wing with #36 up at top right giving him more room to operate from his strength which is shooting off of his dodge. This would limit the 2 topside defenders ability to slide efficiently. Additionally, since #36 is not a defensive liability, and since playing offensive mids on defense is an integral part of Coach Tiffany's System, playing #36 up top on some sets would provide an additional offensive middie to share the defensive load between #22, #32, #36.