Thanks Dylan - I agree that the fouling is the biggest issue of all. It’s like his mind tells him “ooh the ball, I’m going to swipe at it” but it’s a half second too late! When he goes straight up, he usually at least forces a harder shot.
Also, he doesn’t grab many rebounds, but I do feel he gets a few hockey assists on the boards.
But as others pointed out, if he truly is someone to gameplan against because of the help defense (as Crean stated), then certainly the best counter for an opponent would be to make him guard the ball in 1-on-1 situations