Regarding Evan Mobley’s offensive game, I predicted things must be far by now. Still, Mobley has maintained his 15.5 PPG average over three seasons while his attempts per game (12 per game) remain the same. Starting next to Jarett Allen requires more creativity from Mobley, as the young forward is the more promising of the two. Allen is a classic center, bruiser, a beast on the boards, but severely limited offensively outside of lobs and dunks. Mobley has the size, first step and handle to be the next coming of Kevin Garnett. It’s not just the awful perimeter shooting, but his lack of a close-up or face-up game. Worse, there are moments where Mobley disappears from the offense due to passivity, such as when he only took five shots against the Detroit Pistons, a team he should dominated.