Johnson tried still more experiments in Saturday's 99-70 exhibition win over Cal Poly Pomona, and he now has more answers on both the guard and the 'four' positions beyond his big three stars. He talks about what Fred Washington is bringing for him, and in which environments he excels, though Johnson says he remains intrigued by both Taj Finger and Lawrence Hill at that spot. At the vacant guard position, Johnson also has options, and in this post-game he comments in particular on what he likes right now from Tim Morris and Mitch Johnson. Defense, offense, tempo, decisions - this and more is on the mind of the second-year Stanford head coach.
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