Yeah... Scottie’s problems were not coaching related. It’s that he was not mentally a great basketball player. He had all the tools, but he was timid and lacked basketball IQ during his time at UF. He seems to have been able to dominate in college based on athleticism, but eventually, real basketball players that are less physically gifted will outclass you. He was a guy playing basketball, but not a basketball player. He needed more time to develop his mental game. Maybe he has made that leap. It’s almost like a light bulb turning on when you get it, so it’s possible that we see great improvement quickly.