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Should we have a problem with Malik Monk not playing in the Summer league?

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Yes.  Lack of motivation is and always has been a problem for Malik Monk....this is just the latest example

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Unless he has a particularly good reason for not playing, then it is something that is of concern. If he doesn't, I would hope that he is diligently working on his own to improve his game in this offseason. Perhaps he views some of his private workouts/training as more productive than playing in a little bit of a pick up setting. 

If not, however, it will be a pretty clear indicator of what the fans have seen, that he is destined to be a bust.

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His days here are numbered, and that's a good thing.  Hell, he's probably happier about that than we are.

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it is insulting to have him play on the summer league.. let him get solid minutes this year and watch..

the 2019 Summer League is not going to turn his career around..

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13 minutes ago, bLACKpANTHER said:

it is insulting to have him play on the summer league.. let him get solid minutes this year and watch..

the 2019 Summer League is not going to turn his career around..

Is it though.

Its not required for guys in there 3rd year.  But most of the guys who dont go in their 3rd year are guys who are already solid rotational guys in the league.  Monk was still spending time in the G-league and the staff said he still had work to do.

Him not doing it send out the message

A. He's too good, which he is far from (again pointed out Bacon participating in it and he is further along than Monk)

B. He just doesnt care

 

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45 minutes ago, ncfan said:

Is it though.

Its not required for guys in there 3rd year.  But most of the guys who dont go in their 3rd year are guys who are already solid rotational guys in the league.  Monk was still spending time in the G-league and the staff said he still had work to do.

Him not doing it send out the message

A. He's too good, which he is far from (again pointed out Bacon participating in it and he is further along than Monk)

B. He just doesnt care

 

B.

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