In the pre-Stephanie Reid rotating trio of point guard options last season, Miley brought points and clean play, but too many turnovers to earn more minutes.
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Camera took a moderate step forward in playing time as a sophomore and upped her production to four points a game thanks to improved shooting from distance and the line. Much of that, however, was based on some strong early-season performances that faded away. It's harder to stomach the turnovers when the rebounds and assists aren't coming. She's been reasonably productive for 15 minutes a night, but could do to turn the ball over less to earn more minutes.
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Miley's 7 assists against a single turnover across the two exhibitions was one of the most encouraging statlines on the team. It's hard to see Camera ever step into a starters' role above Reid, Smith, and Ups, but as one of just three upperclassmen, I'd expect to see plenty of her alongside fellow subs Gabi Bade and Karin Moss. Other than outside shooting, I think that breakdown provides balance from a 'first line' and 'second line' perspective.