I agree with the first couple of posts, it's not like he was put in positions to succeed and fell short.
Brown's inconsistent rotations + a complex offense that hasn't yet been really picked up + playing with 3-4 other bench players who can't create and don't really draw defensive attention + not having plays called for him = really difficult to produce.
Having said that, I do worry a bit about Jamison, but on the defensive end. It's been said before and I think it's true: he's too slow to guard 3s and many times too light/small to guard 4s.
But we all knew this, and hoped that he'd compensate it with offensive production -> which is why it's increasingly important to put him in positions to succeed and help the team (That's mostly on you, Brown.)
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