Saw this,, and it really made me think of Ben Howland as far as developing Elite Talent is concerned, UCLA Players are practically a guaranteed success if they listen to CBH, and apply what he is teaching to their game. Not just betting on their Athleticism... UCLA players should be drafted higher the longer they work in Howland's system
"Kerr added: "Michael had three years at North Carolina with Dean Smith. That makes a big difference. I think he was brought up at a time when there was probably better development at a young age in terms of coaching. I think LeBron is a product of the AAU system where you rely on your athleticism, you go and play 100 games a year but maybe you don't focus on your weaknesses and what you need to lock in on.
"As a result, fundamentally and technically LeBron has some flaws. He has to address those. If I were him, I would spend all summer down on the low block shooting jump hooks and turnaround jump shots -- the entire summer.""