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  1. CA interviewed Fizdale and one of his comments hit me. They pay me to coach the guys that they give me. When you’re going through transitional times when your team is getting older, that’s part of the plan: Can you bring 3-5 guys along while you’re still winning? San Antonio kept winning but they were bringing along Danny Green, Kawhi Leonard, Jonathon Simmons and Patty Mills. So you just hope you can bring along a couple of guys who can help you win while they’re learning. The goal is the same. I still want to win a title. I underlined the reason for this thread. Realistically if we want to remain a playoff team and at the same time develop talent. Then we cannot afford to develop ALL our young guns at once. So which 3 guys do you all believe should be focused on this season for development? Let me qualify the candidates Andrew Harrison (sophmore) Dillon Brooks (rookie) Wade Baldwin (sophmore) Jarrell Martin (3rd year) Wayne Selden (sophmore) Deyonta Davis (sophmore) Rade Zagorac (rookie) Kobi Simmons (2way rookie) Ivan Rabb (rookie) That is NINE very inexperienced players. It would be unfair to expect Fiz to develop ALL those guys in one season. So which guys do you think deserve the attention?