It’s been said that nobody is perfect. Very few NBA players are perfect, either.
That’s probably true. If somebody was perfect, they’d be annoying. That’s an imperfection.
Even stars typically have a flaw or two in their game. Outside of LeBron James and Kevin Durant, it’s hard to think of a player who doesn’t have a discernible shortcoming.
For example, Michael Porter Jr. of the Denver Nuggets is a nearly perfect offensive player.
Unfortunately, he’s a defensive liability that can’t stay healthy.
Could the Nuggets send him to the New York Knicks this summer?