- Jan 15, 2004
In addition to this it is also hard for a young player to replicate their early success in seasons two as opposing coaching and defenses now have a line on him. Some call it a "sophomore slump" but it is much more than that. Sure, some players fall victim to entitlement but it's usually a combination of defenses adjusting as well.It's probably unfair of me to say he's the same too, because he is shooting the ball more and scoring more. Rates will tell you he's just getting more opportunities, and doing about the same, but we all know it isn't that simple. Doing the same is a hard thing to do with more chances.