I think it's pretty fitting that Coleman had the best unadjusted but Carmouche had the best adjusted. Unfortunately Carmouche was dealing with the foul problems all night limiting his minutes, but he was a havoc to the Seton Hall offense. He was all over. And t osee him get 7 assists really show how well he was able to see the floor after those steals he had.
Coleman did exactly what Coleman does, find ways to score the basketball.
On the other end of the spectrum, Collins looked out of control in his limited minutes. When playing as few minutes as he did, it's hard to really look at that -30 adjusted cause it gets so inflated, but to see his second negative game is problematic for a PG.
Del Piero's 31.5 Adj SoS is very respectable but the guys who performed the best definitely have the highest ratings.