This is one of those universal truths. Unfortunately it all hinges on a game of symantics and how they define underperformance.
Fair. But ownership brought in a whole new raft of players. Ownership has a lot of young draft picks. Ownership is not going to sit idly by while players don't get assimilated or developed. While this is a universal truth, another universal truth is ownership rarely lets employees stink up their company. Jazz loyalty to Sloan was unique. Ty won't be afforded the same latitude if he can't get this straightened out.