FILE - In this March 4, 2018, file photo, South Carolina head coach Dawn Staley watches the second half of an NCAA college basketball championship game against Mississippi State at the women's Southeastern Conference tournament, in Nashville, Tenn. A season after guiding national player of the year in 6-foot-5 A'ja Wilson, South Carolina coach Dawn Staley is going small. The Gamecocks best players and prospects all play in the backcourt and Staley is looking at three- and four-guard formations to keep her team in the national picture.
FILE - In this March 4, 2018, file photo, South Carolina head coach Dawn Staley watches the second half of an NCAA college basketball championship game against Mississippi State at the women's Southeastern Conference tournament, in Nashville, Tenn. A season after guiding national player of the year in 6-foot-5 A'ja Wilson, South Carolina coach Dawn Staley is going small. The Gamecocks best players and prospects all play in the backcourt and Staley is looking at three- and four-guard formations to keep her team in the national picture. Mark Humphrey, File AP Photo
FILE - In this March 4, 2018, file photo, South Carolina head coach Dawn Staley watches the second half of an NCAA college basketball championship game against Mississippi State at the women's Southeastern Conference tournament, in Nashville, Tenn. A season after guiding national player of the year in 6-foot-5 A'ja Wilson, South Carolina coach Dawn Staley is going small. The Gamecocks best players and prospects all play in the backcourt and Staley is looking at three- and four-guard formations to keep her team in the national picture. Mark Humphrey, File AP Photo

Changing of the guard: Gamecocks look to backcourt success

July 10, 2018 03:46 PM