Skal's advanced stats are some of the best on the team. In spite of holes in his game, he ends up a positive. It just appears as though he's struggling because he gets yanked so fast and, as well, the situations he is put in are not ideal. For the people frustrated, it's not just about minutes. It's the observation that the youth are types of players with a propensity to a certain type of system, but the system the team is running fits the Vets. It doesn't really matter if Fox or Skal start if they aren't running pick and rolls. These sort of problems make it hard to see if the players are developing or not. Mason had a good run, but has struggled ever since he got his first start and other teams began scouting his drive game. Are we judging progress by the player adjusting to the system or by the player producing? People can see Bogie in the PnR game and watch the offense suddenly flourish. Then that aspect goes away when the 5man unit changes. I remember Bogie's first couple of games where had good chemistry with Fox running that bench unit. Then that pairing vanished because of rotations. For me, there is no reliable baseline for me to judge development and progress.