Frank looked good, he didn't get many chances because every time he was open in the second half, it seemed he got ignored so one of the guards could take a contested shot. At least they went in enough to get the dub.
Realistically most people will call him a bust unless he's MVP-caliber. That's just how the "fanbase" operates. If we picked Justise and he averaged 10 and 5, he'd be the man. Every player gets a separate set of expectations. /Kemba scores 26, hands out 6 dimes "We need to dump Kemba for a 2nd-round pick," "Kemba sucks" /MKG gives up 62 points to Melo "It was Hendo's fault! He didn't do his job! MKG's our superstar!" /Frank has a bad practice (realistically he will have bad games too. I know. Fill the chamber) "Bust!" "MJ is the worst GM in basketball" /Justise has a decent rookie year "We traded Kobe 2.0 for Divac 2.0 but he's not even Divac"
That's insanely unrealistic. Here's a little history lesson on recent No. 9 picks who were bigs: 2002, Amare: 19.8 ppg, 8 rpg 2006, Patrick O'Bryant: 2 ppg, 1 rpg 2007, Joakim Noah: 10 ppg, 9.5 rpg 2012, Andre Drummond: 12 ppg, 11 rpg 2014, Noah Vonleh: 3 ppg, 3 rpg No big picked at 9 has averaged 20 and 10 regularly, though Amare did for a little while.