Then, AFAUK, you're wrong. There are stats available on the net. It doesn't take a genius to find these accordingly. But to give you an idea, Locsin averaged 18, 8 and 3 dimes on his rookie year, 17, 10 and 2 in 1995. Those are the official stats for Locsin. Locsin never had these numbers in DLSU, with Nikon and with any other team that he played for in the PBL. Those are facts.
A copout of an argument there in your 2nd paragraph. There's absolutely NO LOGIC with your claim. First, you claimed that these players declined when they played for Jaworski. I said otherwise. And Locsin was a classic case of a player who improved dramatically when Jaworski handled him. He may have become a more physical player, but that was also the reason why he became a more valued player in the PBA. Ginebra wouldn't have gotten someone like Vergel Meneses in a trade with Swift if Locsin didn't have that much value. And by that time, Locsin's game wasn't as impressive as when he was under the Big J. By 1998, with Jaworski busy running for the Senate, Locsin's game went down to 11, 5 and 3 compared to 13, 8 and 3 the previous season while still under Jawo. Again, those are facts.
And your claim that Locsin would have turned out better under a different coach is very flawed. Not only is it speculative and baseless, but facts will point that Locsin's numbers went down under a different coach compared to when he was under the Big J. Again, those are facts.
Let's talk about EJ Feihl then. Feihl averaged 7 and 7 on his rookie year, just about the same numbers that he produced the year after when Marlou Aquino came on board. When he moved to Purefoods in 1997, his average went down to 4 and 4. His best season after his Jawo years were with Tim Cone and Alaska where he averaged 6 and 5. So again, Feihl's best seasons were under the Big J. Those are facts as well. He might not have been happy under the Big J but yet, he still produced his best numbers under him. I won't speculate what happened but the facts will point to Feihl playing his best years for Jaworski.
David couldn't even crack the Sunkist rotation in 1995 when he was drafted as a rookie that season. It's not that Sunkist was deep at the point slot - they had Al Solis, Rudy Distrito and Teroy Albarillo handling the point so David would have been accommodated had he performed enough to sell himself to Derrick Pumaren. He never did. It was Jaworski who gave him the trust and confidence and because of this, earned him a slot in the Mythical Second team on his rookie playing year of 1996. He never got to be part of any Mythical Team from there on under Allan Caidic and Siot Tanquincen, his only other PBA coaches. And while David produced his best numbers in 1999 under Allan Caidic, David was also averaging more than 40 minutes per game. Under Jaworski, he was conserved by being fielded for no more than 30 minutes per game.
Let's go to Pido Jarencio now. True, Jarencio was a hotshot with UST and was even a former member of the NCC team under Ron Jacobs. Was he good? Yes he was. Did he play well under Norman Black, Yeng Guiao, Ely Capacio and Jimmy Mariano? Seldom. He had flashes of brilliance owing to his immense offensive talent but just couldn't make it big. When did he make it big? Under Jaworski in 1992 when he played for Ginebra in a trade for Rudy Distrito. He not only became the team's leading scorer, he was also one of the heroes of Gordon's Gin's championship in 1997.
I've said my piece on Locsin above.
If you're saying it's a total stretch to give credit to the coach for the resurgence of a player, then I share the same logic to you - it's a stretch to just blame the coach for the alleged "inability" of a player to perform beyond expectations because he was more concerned with "being rough." Matter of fact, I think the latter is far worse logically.
I won't disagree if you opine that Jaworski is the "dirtiest" player in the PBA for you. You're obviously still young to even know Jaworski's colleagues back in the 70's who were far worse than him. I will forgive you for this faux pas. And I will respect your opinion of Jaworski being the dirtiest even if you haven't seen all of the PBA players.
But to say that players under Jaworski "declined" during their stint under the Big J, then you obviously would need to give a better argument than your baseless and speculative posts above. Otherwise, it would only reek of hatred, deliberate ignorance or cluelessness on your end to claim as such. Or perhaps, all three...