This thread is entitled, "Devin Booker's development has been interrupted". By being moved to Point Guard out of desperation last season, while still being our best scorer. And now, still trying too hard to involve other players, which is getting in the way of his specialty, scoring, especially in clutch situations. And being double-teamed while trying to do both. There is a big difference being a problem and wanting to be a superstar, but falling short. Such as, despite his stats for the game, not being in the class of Michael or Kobe with the game on the line. And not being selected an All Star yet. Which could very well happen again this season. When a marginal player exceeds expectations, it is a plus, like the way Baynes started the season. But his body couldn't handle the rigors of it. When a player who wants to be great falls short, there is disappointment. That is human nature. Especially when the managing investor is a meddling fool who has gone through many General Managers and Head Coaches, when he is the problem. This situation is a lot more complex and sophisticated than "Booker ain't one of them." He is, in fact, one of Sarver's victims.