Jay you always talk that isht on some coulda -woulda- shoulda -bulls#!+. Everyone said, and keeps saying Darko wanted to play outside, which I believe to be true, lemme give you some concrete stuff not in dreamLand where you like to kick it. Very few 18 year olds come into the league at the 4/5 position ready to bang inside against established NBA players, (now there are some exceptions Amare-who was actually 20, Al Jeff, and D Howard) so they naturally start out playing outside and working their way in as they develop their bodies, see Chris Bosh. As a young player you play to your comfort zone, and as a 18 year old with no USA hoop experience coming from a perimeter oriented hoop culture Darko's NBA comfort zone was on the perimeter. Remember Igor kokosov even said that Darko had to work to shed the Euro perimeter game because the NBA is a different world. You really think Darko has had this package rotting on the bench for the last 2 seasons......maaaaan you bad as Lee. Look Larry was a Tyrant, but his teachings are pure, uncut raw hoop knowledge, why y'all try to deny that I don't know. Now I'll admit that not everyone can flourish under LB, LosDos, Darko, Sam Dalembert, Larry Hughes and even Jalen Rose are examples of that, but everyone can learn from the Tyrant, and they do. If you don't believe that LB made Darko a better player as a result of what he taught Darko, than I guess it is what it is with you. Darko has a nice little hook shot, he's better at rebounding strong in traffic etc etc, looks to me like he learned some stuff and is now applying these tools. Truthfully that was Darko's main beef with Larry, "lemme show what I've learned and what I can do" darko said recently that his Serbian coach was much worse than LB, but at least he got a chance to play, under Larry he didn't get that chance.