USC’s Andy Enfield continues search for game-changing point guard

To get through his current frustration, Enfield can lean on the past. At Florida Gulf Coast, he recruited a little-known point guard named Brett Comer and handed him the keys from Day 1, knowing that was the only way Comer would learn Enfield’s ball-screen-heavy system. As a freshman, Comer averaged 4.3 turnovers per game. The next year, the turnovers went down, the assists went up, and suddenly Comer was the swaggering, lob-throwing point guard leading “Dunk City” to the Sweet 16 of the NCAA tournament.


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