1. This Year's Team, Nothing Like Last Year's Team. 32.3 minutes, 11.6 points, 5.1 rebounds and 2.4 assists. Those were the combined averages of the three Gators left over from last year's championship team. In all, the Gators lost 87 percent of last year's scoring, including their entire starting five and top reserve (not to mention 100 percent of their dress-wearers). This year's Gators are a young bunch, led by do-everything Freshman Nick Calathes (think Kirk Hinrich) and sophomore forward/center Marresse Speights (think Al Jefferson). They're joined by freshman guard Jai Lucas, son of former NBA coach John Lucas, who can apparently cure you of a marijuana addiction. Most important, one familiar face that did return from last year's team: head coach Billy Donovan. Billy D got to third base with the Orlando Magic in the offseason (down the pants but no penetration), but decided to come back to Gainesville, possibly helped by a $3.5 million-per-year contract. Donovan immediately set out on the recruiting trail, signing Lucas and five of next year's top 70 high school seniors.