I agree with what reddyred said. You really need to have a balanced approach to your offense. I've taken a long look at your team and basically, this is what I would do. At PG i'd use Tyndall (Although, his DEF is very low. Typically, i wouldn't start a player with a DEF that low, but i use a press so maybe it's okay in a zone, idk. Plus, you were asking about the offense) with Douglas off the bench. At the 2, i'd start Ojeda and at the 3, i'd start Sant and have Davis and Carneal coming off the bench. Carneal is definitely good enough to give him some time now and it should help with the overall fatigue. I'd be giving him at least 10 minutes or so. Davis's ATH number is just too low to have starting. I like your 4 and 5 starters where they are. I'd play William and Clayton behind them. Both William and Clayton and good enough to get into the offense. Especially coming off the bench where they'll probably be facing weaker defensive players. Overall, i think you have to get your ATH and DEF numbers higher to really see a significant improvement. Plus, don't expect Martinez to improve at all. His WE is just way too low. His core numbers are fair, though, so he may be useful as a backup. I try not to recruit players with less than a 30 at WE, but there have been exceptions. Hope that helps!