Last night, Omri scored 13 points against the Charlotte Bobcats in a losing effort. He shot 50% overall, but was only 1 for 5 from three-point range. But that's good news! Because that means that Omri was 5 for 7 from regular non-three-point range.
On the flip side, Omri only grabbed one board and had no assists. Apparently he is struggling defensively and only played for 22 minutes. He is still the starting small forward (for now) but his production is much different than a few weeks ago.
In all professional sports in America there are about a giz-billion scouts that analyze every game. If there is a flaw in Omri's game it will be exploited by the opposition until he fixes that flaw. And then the scouting process repeats itself again. That is part of being a professional athlete in the 21st century.