First, the expectations and hyperbole surrounding this guy when we drafted him were beyond ridiculous. He had serious flaws in his game offensively and they are being exposed now. That being said however, I don't think he's as bad as he's been playing recently. He has hit the wall a bit. He's going to be a very solid player, just probably not the superstar most people thought he'd be.
01-27-2013 12:10 PM
These players are still so young. They just need the right coaches, trainers, and teammates around them to develop into great players that these guys know they can be. Cho has pulled in strong minded players that wont break down so easily. He brought in a coach whos specialty is developing talent. We are on the right path for greatness. This is an OKC model.
01-27-2013 03:30 PM
Originally Posted by Chef
like i said earlier. rookie wall. he is exhausted and it is easy to see.
Correct the first time you said it. Still correct. Jump shot is brutal no matter what, but declining minutes and stat production is the wall.