The questions aren’t hard to find.
Start talking about Ohio State basketball at any point this offseason and wonder about how Chris Holtmann’s team moves forward after a spring of roster turnover quickly follows. Like clockwork, speculation starts pouring in.
The Buckeyes no longer have their leading scorer and rebounder, Kaleb Wesson, who’s pursuing an NBA career. Andre Wesson and Luther Muhammad, both starters the past two years, have moved on via graduation and transfer, respectively. DJ Carton, once viewed as the point guard of the future, left for Marquette. Alonzo Gaffney took the junior-college route, bouncing from Columbus to Northwest Florida after an underwhelming freshman season.