Hear me out. All this talk (see Chisolm) about who stays, Ed or Amir, has caused me to ruminate about Amir's ceiling. He often gets a pass just inside the foul line, or at the elbow. Typically, he'll either take that set shot of his (you know the one: where, when you're watching at home, you go into the kitchen, fix yourself a ham on rye, go back to the tv room, then realize you've forgotten the dill pickle, go back to the kitchen, return to the tv room, realize you have to take a whiz, then return again to the tv room and Amir has almost (but not quite) released the ball yet, or he'll pass the ball. But, once every millennium or so, he'll cruelly tantalize us by doing one of those twisting moves of his to the hoop and finishing beautifully. In the name of all that is good and holy in this world, why oh why oh WHY doesn't he do that at least 3 or 4 times a game instead of 3 or 4 times a season? I mean, it's not like this team is Paul Westhead's Lakers (look it up, young'uns); I mean, they don't exactly have an overabundance of offensive firepower or anything. I'd say it's the coach, but he didn't do it under JT either. Thoughts?