Originally Posted by Red
His problem is two-fold.

1. Confidence is low due to #2

2. He's a one-trick pony with no surprises

Look... everything is relative. During our struggles last year after the lock-out when we were looking for leaders and Melo to acquiesce to the old system, Novak was a little-known bright spot. He had one job on a team looking to play no Defense and chuck away.

Since teams know what to expect he's neutralized. His only hope now is to lay low until we further incorporate a drive and dish or low-post kick-out game. His limitations prevent us from drawing up screens and such for him so thats not an option.
If the thread topic weren't so clear, I'd swear this was a post about D'Antoni in classic Red fashion. +1.