I agree. I have very few problems with Monroe overall other than some inefficiency in his scoring and his inability to play above the rim on D, but I just find him difficult to watch. It's like watching a really great plumber do his job. Just not very exciting watching a slow back down, 4 pump fakes, a miss, an offensive rebound, a few more pump fakes, and then a soft layup that almost gets blocked by 3 defenders. More fun to watch Drummond descend from the rafters and then try to rip off the rim. If his passing game flourished and he became more Webber like, then I could find it more enjoyable. Right now, his passing game shows potential and flashes of greatness, but it's not really a weapon that the other teams fear yet.