Agreed. We need a better system of developing guys. Right now, there is a prevalent sense of having the players overcome obstacles in order to be great players. It's like the weeder course in college. If you can't hack it at the 101 level, we don't need you in our program. The thing with this is the 101 weeder course is pretty easy when the team sucks but impossible if its in championship mode. There was no way ANY of the 1000 SFs we drafted would beat out Tayshaun. There has to be a mechanism. The NBA doesn't have a farm system but it should. Just like advanced stats. It took a while but teams are adopting it with a fair amount of success. I don't think JD should be on the floor talking to the guys too much. He can bring in people to do that. He needs to have that blackberry on speaker phone in the conference room so he can deal Stuckey while eating a tub of popcorn and a colossal coke.