I'd agree the way the team is constructed there's no need to play him at center, we have enough guys this year where he doesn't have to even play backup at the 5. Still a work in progress, only took one 3 against the Nets and is recognizing he needs to play closer to the basket for the high percentage shot. His post game is basic, took a couple of hook shots which he missed and short jumpers close in which he made. His best play was something a guard would do, change of direction on a crossover dribble for a dunk but he's still growing his game as a big man. It's early but I did not see the All Star he's predicting yet.
He comes off very high maintenance. If he actually expanded his game he would be willing to play wherever and especially at a position where he'd have the biggest advantage as the article pointed out. Listen we are not "counting" on Noah going forward. Noah was a very bad signing but #kporzee doesn't want to play down there due to the physicality he's pure finesse and soft. He'll be a bonafied front runner this yr.