Okay I'll make it simple for you. Let's take Astralis as an example. gla1ve is their main entry, so that kjaerbye can clean up as a secon entry. Xyp9x is their support player, who remarkably has an average kills/round and a very low deaths/round. We can see from this pattern that the game is not built around him, it's mainly built around dev1ce's AWP picks and their entry duo, with kjaerbye being the more skilled aimer and thus goin in second to guarantee the kills. From this we can tell that a support player can also be an entry, not an "I'll go off and get 25 kills on t side k0nfig" entry, but much rather a supportive entry who goes in first for his skilled teammate to complete the job. Now throwing a couple of flashes doesn't instantly make you a support player, does it? In SK, the other one's are supporting cold, not by letting him entry, but by letting Taco go first (btw if anyone's the support player on the team it's him), then letting fer join him (hence his high adr and kills/round), and then letting cold go in to execute the rest. Their entire game is built around reads, taking map control and then letting Taco and fer entry, with cold's excellent spray being the ultimative cleaning up method. Once again, coldzera is THE designated STARplayer of SK (together with fer), NOT a support.