3 questions surrounding Lutheran Westland boys basketball

Not much was expected of the Lutheran Westland boys basketball team a year ago.

The Warriors had a brand new coach in Dymetrius Ware, and their best returner was a better football player than he was a point guard.

Yet there they were, competing in the Michigan Independent Athletic Conference-Blue and almost winning the whole thing. Rochester Hills Lutheran Northwest edged them for the title by one game in the final standings, as Lutheran went 9-3 in the conference and Northwest was 10-2.

Lutheran Westland's Christian Fontaine shoots during a Lutheran Westland Summer League boys basketball game against Garden City on Tuesday, July 26, 2022.

While the Warriors have graduated five seniors, they’re back to make another run for a league title, and they just might do so if they can overcome one key loss in the lineup. Plus, they might even have one of the best up-and-coming juniors in the state on their roster.

Here are three questions surrounding Lutheran entering the 2022-23 season:

How will the Warriors fare
out the league MVP?

At the end of last season, Ware asked his players to give him an honest answer.

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