Scott was so upset with rookie Dion Waiters that he benched him after just a minute in the fourth quarter. Waiters made just one of seven shots -- laying in an alley-oop from Miles before falling down -- and had four turnovers.
So far in training camp, he hasn't looked like the No. 4 pick in the draft.
"He struggled offensively big-time," Scott said. "I took him out in the second half because I drew up a play, guard ran the play, he messed it up. To me that was a lack of focus so I figured he didn't need to play the rest of the game."
Asked what he'd most like to see from Waiters, Scott said, "Understanding what we're doing offensively. You've got to know the plays. I can't draw up a play during a timeout and you go on the floor and mess it up."
Ironically, most of the concerns about Waiters' adjustment to the pros involved his defense, since he was coming from Syracuse, a school that employs a zone. He has done all right with that, especially on the ball. But he has a lot of company in offensive struggles.