I'll admit to having been very, very wrong about Okafor.
I thought he was gonna be really good. I figured he'd be productive out of the gate and find a way to contribute to winning. Couldn't have been more off the mark. Granted, he came into a bad situation with the Sixers, but nonetheless, his descent into utter irrelevancy has been a bit mystifying to me.
I have to say I'm still kind of confused as to why nobody wants to give him a shot. Didn't the playoffs show that guys who can generate buckets one and one and punish mismatches still have at least some theoretical value in the league? I don't think anybody is clamoring to play guys like Okafor and Monroe 30+ minutes per night and in crunch time, but I think there's value there for 15-20 minutes a night.
Makes me wonder if there's not more than just the on-court issues with Jahlil. If he were a hard worker with a good attitude, focus, etc it's hard for me to believe that nobody would want to use a roster spot on him.