A nice little piece behind the activity leading up to the game last night. I like that he admits his disappointment with being sent down. And all the more so that he says he wants to use this to build his confidence and ability. The point that seems lost here is that he does not mention what the front office said to him, if at all. What is the communication going on between the players looking to find their spot on the team and in the league with the front office that has brought them to this team? I admit that I do not listen regularly to Adelman's and Flip's comments, so maybe they have said things that would frame things for team members and do a good job at that. On the other hand, it seems DWill never found his spot, and that is either on him or on the team. Were they not talking so he could understand them, or was he not capable of hearing and responding to what they said? My point here is that I do want Shabazz to go through a similar experience with the Twolves. It is bad enough that we draft players that cannot become important parts of the team. It would be worse that this is due to the team not doing what it should to get them to succeed.