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He's had a very poor start to the season. Its not that he's missing shots, its that he looks lost on both sides of the floor and is making bad decisions that you would expect from a rookie, not from a 3rd year player who was one of your leading scores in a deep playoff run last year.I think its more to do with the current roster meshing together and getting used to our sets than anything else.
His recipe for success was to attack the basket and lurk for the corner three. No one is really attacking the basket this year save Kyrie. We are literally living and dying by the three and a team of jumpshooters. This has to change.
Does anybody remember Lebronís first season with the Heat? Everybody was tentative with their roles, including Lebron and Wade. Too much deference to others.Thatís what weíre seeing here. Either Kyrie or Hayward needs to step up as the alpha.
Morphing into Jeff Green before our eyes.