If he has a valid reason behind it and actually wants to discuss his "observation/concern," then he is free to do so. But, I agree, there are quite a few posters here lately that seem to have other reasons behind their posts, and/or have no reason behind them whatsoever other than to start an argument.
The warning has been issued.
I agree if the reasoning is solid.
You will notice how easily 1 rookie struggle was dismissed as "being cold" but the other may have a problem that can't be corrected.
I know this because the strength and conditioning coach at my college is one of the best in the country.
Stack has developed comprehensive plyometric training regimens to help change type I fibers to type Ii fibers and plyometrics, Olympic training, strength training, and speed training are just a few types of training regimens that will help players change those type I fibers to type II fibers.
Dude your way to smart to be in this conversation.
Plain and simple slow reaction due to being in a new environment can be seen as a "quick twitch problem".
Not to mention we're talking about a high school JR (who rectified ) playing pro ball in a year and a half.
I'm not one of the people you're talking to, but I feel the need to point out that over half the teams in the NBA make the playoffs. Just making the playoffs doesn't mean poo anymore. The question is, are you moving towards a legitimate shot at a title run? The Hornets are still a couple major pieces off unless by some miracle MKG turns into a scoring machine, which he won't.
That's the point he doesn't have to be a scoring machine. If he get to 13 - 15 points a game and gets more respect on defense (where he can get the benefit of the doubt on foul calls more). You can definitely be a better team.