I'm not sure I agree. Much like losing the underappreciated Andrew Smith was a bigger deal than most thought it would be, I think losing Khyle will come to be regarded similarly. I'd be surprised if Martin were able to come close to Khyle's production next year. He's been our most efficient player who plays major minutes. Assuming Barlow remains our starting point guard and logging big minutes, that leaves 2 slots - maybe 3 if we're going to go with a severely undersized lineup - for Dunham, Jones, Brown, and Martin. Kind of a logjam. Positional redundancy could lead to diminishing returns for that group of guys.