The finale at 4 p.m. Tuesday, also in Hamilton, comes against A Game Hoops.
That will be an interesting game against post-collegiate players, some who have played professionally.
Herrion doesn't have a feel for these opponents as he will in the regular season. Winning is important, but so is getting the 10 or 11 players meaningful experience.
"What we've tried to put in is a foundation, more of base in its simplest form, both offensively and defensively," he said. "We're light years away from where we need to be, season-wise. With so many guys it's been a slower process, and we've known that, so it's going to be good to try to get them acclimated with the terminology, system, style.
"We're committed to play a different style, playing faster both offensively and defensively."
That suits Sane just fine, as he visits another foreign land.
"I like to travel," he said. "It was a great experience for me to get out in Utah, then go to West Virginia, Huntington, start a new life."
Herrion said Elijah Pittman will indeed be on the trip. Pittman was indicted July 31 by a Cabell County grand jury of one count of misdemeanor battery in connection with an incident with another MU student early in the morning of Oct. 11, 2012.
A police report alleges the student suffered a broken nose, concussion and possible facial fracture after Pittman punched him.
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