Andray Blatche responded to criticisms of his criticism of the coaching staff for not getting him the ball in the low post by again going on Twitter to write, “Every body need to shut up I didn’t call out my coach or team mates I said I had a bad game need it n the post instead of jump shots.”

Coach Flip Saunders glossed over what Blatche had to say after practice, saying he was relieved to finally hear the 6-foot-11 big man finally declare that he was tired of being a “pick-and-pop” player.

“His reputation has been for six years that he won’t go in the post,” said Saunders, who once suspended Blatche two seasons ago for getting belligerent when the coaching staff demanded him to go inside instead of settling on jumpers.

“Him saying that he wants to go in the post, to me that’s, I like hearing him say that. We try to get him in the post,” Saunders said. “The other thing you have to understand is that other teams always aren’t going to let you do what you want to do. And he is a good post-up player.”