76ers’ superstar Joel Embiid is one of the most dominant big men in the NBA. As a big man he is a expected to dominate the paint.

However, the Cameroonian center says it’s not that simple in today’s game because a player who focuses on post up game gets doubled.

Embiid called out former NBA players who tell him to play post up, saying they don’t have any basketball IQ.

Via Sam DiGiovanni of ClutchPoints:

“From the time that he got there,” Embiid said to reporters, referring to Sixers head coach Doc Rivers, “the first thing he told me was that I need to figure out where I want the ball. Obviously, before, it was in the post, but like I mentioned in the past, posting up and posting all game long is easy to double. It’s funny when you’ve got these old guys always talking about posting up, ‘You need to spend time in the paint,’ and all that stuff. You can’t win this way anymore. It’s not the fricking ’90s or ’80s like it used to be. So, they must not have any basketball IQ.”

This season Embiid is averaging league’s second-best 33.6 points, 9.8 rebounds and 4.2 assists in 34.8 minutes per game.