I agree 100%. He is not fully developed and he’s playing against dudes who are. Doesn’t make sense for him to take that beating now.Ya there’s no way a coach’s son doesn’t know what a proper screen looks like. I’m guessing there’s an understanding between he and the coaching staff that he’s not ready to take that sort of physical contact over the course of an NBA season yet.
I noticed Shaq didn't say anything either. I'd think two ex-big men that frequently complain about the big man going extinct would be all over Mobley whether the Cavs are on tv or not.Charles Barkley just mentioned he had said Barnes and Kuminga were the two best players in the draft and that his prediction looked good.
Of course the Cavaliers are never on national TV so maybe he just hasn’t seen him play.
More likely it was cranial flatulence.
I’m gonna add positioning to this as well…FTs
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There's literally nothing stopping him from quickly kicking it out to the perimeter when the D collapses on him like it did in the Spurs game. The math still applies – an open 3pt shot is better than a forced post-up. Every single time.I’m gonna add positioning to this as well…
Some of these turnovers from others or broken plays are clearly cause he’s having a tougher time getting his position when the Cavs are trying to go to him…. Spurs tonight were giving him fits in the post with smaller defenders…
When he’s able to firmly establish position on the block and get to his move(s) he’s gonna be unstoppable— considering he can hit that midrange already and is a fantastic and smart passer— he’s gonna be a monster with the ball eventually…