I think one of the reasons you see teams become perennial cellar dwellers is because they just turn the keys over to the young guys without any scheme to fit them into and they never become fully invested in being team players. I think that's also why we use Reno the way we do because these kids do need to get PT, but they can't get it at the NBA level where mistakes are multiplying and becoming learned. We're competitive in games we shouldn't be. Often times we take "bad" losses to crappy teams that are level to us which makes us question what we saw against a Cleveland or Golden State. It's possible that is also by design to make sure we don't drift too far ahead of these teams in the lottery standings. I think we know what we're doing and >60% of these kids are going to reach their potential.