Originally Posted by cumberlandreds
Wall is just frustrated. He's going through an adjustment period that he has never had to go through before. All players great or not have to learn to adjust their games almost constantly to excel. If there is one coach who can handle a star players frustrations it's John Calipari.
I guess the quote that concerns me is "I didn't think I played that bad. I don't know what to expect. He's probably going to say I played bad today too so. I don't know. I just try not to listen to him
and go out and play basketball and try and help my team win."
I'm sure it will all be handled closed door, but after seeing some of what I saw with OJ Mayo in high school if this is more of an entourage thing. Brian Clifton come to mind?