I disagree. You are a lot less likely to chase after a loose ball or try to snag a rebound if you aren't confident you can get to it. Offensive struggles can effect the entirety of your game, especially when that is the aspect of your game that stands out against the teammates you are competing for minutes with. Daye is a better shooter than Prince, Jerebko, and Wilkins, but his shot isn't falling. This doesn't excuse a lack of effort on the court though. He needs to handle this stretch better, no question. A young player struggling offensively and feeling like he's getting squeezed out of the rotation tuning out isn't uncommon. If he doesn't turn it around, then he'll be out of here. Though there are likely teams willing to give him a chance without as much of a log jam, so it's not as if his career is in jeopardy.