If mods feel this thread is redundant, feel free to merge. I am probably one of the few people who never watched any of the Knicks games during Linsanity era, only some highlights. But a cursory glance at his stats as a starter in NY suggest a player with elite potential coupled with some problems that you'd expect from a youngster. To put it another way, if he was a top-5 pick that came out of college last year and put up even remotely close stats, people would talking about his future stardom like crazy. Yet this offseason, it seems mostly fans just talk about him being a flash in the pan, he can't go left, he has too many TOs, he can't shoot, etc. Is there any reason why he can't fix the holes in his game at the age of 24? I mean, he's a Harvard grad, so you'd think he knows how to best improve his game. Is there something in his game that makes people think he's peaked as a defacto rookie? Just trying to get some feedback from those who saw him play. Because it seems like the general sentiment is that he's all downhill from here. When traditional logic would indicate that Lin would improve on his weaknesses with time and actually become a more polished player while retaining his innate scoring/passing ability.