You do have a metric though because you expect specific things out of a rebuilding team especially if there are disappointing or damaging results. Also when has Pop ever had a team in the midst of a deep rebuild such as this? And specifically turning the kids loose if they are obviously the prime talent at that spot has never been an issue for Pop. Tony Parker jumped right into playing nearly 30 mpg as a starter at age 19. He easily dealt our very own George Hill for Kawhi Leonard and by year two he started nearly every game he played. I would bet that if he were in the same position with the Kings roster we would not be seeing this rotation pattern or type of on court play.