Biggest issue with Seney earlier on was trying to find the right combo. To me, Seney, Wood, Coleman, and Hall are all our chaos-causing forwards for different reasons. They're the forwards that make a lot of unorthodox plays with their speed and aggressiveness. You can't really have any of them on the same line or they end up negating each others effectiveness. Seney with Boyle and Stafford works because they're both simpletons. They make the simple play, open up space with their veteran savviness, and Seney can use his speed and recklessness to take advantage of it. Right now, we have that set up on each line just with different styles to it which is why the lines are working.