Well then why even have a basketball forum open for discussion, and why post here at all? If everyone is immune to criticism, why have opinions?
I don't give a damn how old he is, do you really not see the logical fallacy in this argument you're trying to present? You're basically saying oh, you're too young and haven't been through the same stuff as him, he's older than you, don't criticize him. By that logic, no one should ever criticize another person who's putting forth a less than stellar effort (in any job or profession) if they're older than them and/or more experienced. Thus Magic Johnson becomes immune to criticism despite making outrageously stupid statements every other ESPN halftime just because he's played professional basketball. Forget criticizing Michael Jordan's horrible decisions as an owner because, obviously, I've never owned a multi-million dollar sports franchise, what do I know? Oh man, Miley Cyrus is such a trainwreck right now, but wait, I shouldn't call her out. I've never been a teenage star of a Disney sitcom. I don't know what she's been through. The struggle is real.
Theory is applied to real life every day, and we're not talking about something complex like organic chemistry or neurological brain science. This is basketball, a game that revolves around putting a ball through a hoop. It doesn't take much to understand the game nor analyze it effectively. You don't need to be a professional basketball player or super-athlete to understand how and why the game works the way it does. Why do you think that so many great players from NBA history don't translate into great coaches? If things worked the way that you seem to be implying, then every great player should be great in some coaching or organizational job in the NBA because they know the game and are familiar with it. But that's not the case at all the majority of the time. It's not the great players who understand the absolutely intricacies and translate it to a coaching platform, it's the roleplayers who aren't as gifted physically that spend all their time and effort going through theory and improving little by little.
You have no point, that's the issue here. You're sidestepping every point I've made and picking and choosing what you want to respond to. And the "argument" you've presented so far is that I'm young, therefore my points are irrelevant and I shouldn't criticize because I don't know life. It might be time to go back inside, I think recess is over.