"J.T. Terrell is a big part of our team," Enfield said. "It hurt us him being out, but he's done very well since he's been back. He's been a spark off the bench, he defends multiple positions, he's important to our future success in the Pac-12.
"We give players a lot of freedom in our system, but we don't want [to take] contested jump shots. If you're open, shoot it; if not, drive to the basket or pass it. Sunday against
Enfield also said the strength of his team so far is that it's playing better defense and rebounding well, and that the biggest weakness is perimeter shooting.