Layman is not an end all/be all, but he is dramatically improved in a number of significant areas and in the very limited opportunities and minutes he is getting as the 5th option, he seems to be making the most of them. But his minutes are very limited and he usually starts both halves for 5-6 minutes and then never sees the light of day again. Layman....2017.....2018 FG%......... .298 .... .529 3FG%....... .200 .... .333 2FG%....... .370 ..... .750 eFG%....... .340 ..... .618 PER.......... 4.9 ...... 12.5 He is actually shooting just a shade less FG's per 36 than last season but his efficiency has skyrocketed up. His WS has climbed from -0.1 to +0.1. That is not a huge leap but by comparison, CJ's has gone from 6.6 down to 0.2. Aminu has gone from 4.2 to 0.2. Dame has plummeted from 12.6 to 1.2. Harkless is down from 3.2 to 0.2. Jusuf has fallen from 4.7 to 0.3. Collins who has shown much better this year as well is the same in WS at 0.3 both this year and last. So four of the five starters have fallen off significantly in WS while Jake is the only one to have improved. Of course it is early and in Jake's case, a limited sample size due to the minutes, but with such increases in efficiency, it seems like he should get more run. I get that Stotts isn't a big adjustment guy. We saw that in the Playoffs last year and we have seen that in games for years now. But what does a guy have to do?