"It's a shame that some players are not interested in playing for the West Indies. I do not know why they are not interested in playing for the team, but of course they are not interested," Hooper told reporters outside of the first T20I.
The Windies also lost the 0-2 test series and the ODIs 1-3.
"This is a new team and these players need time. If the tallest players were here, it would not be so easy for India," he added.
He also said: "At the end of the ICC World Cup qualifier, we lost the game against Afghanistan. If we had the maximum strength, we could win."
According to Hooper, consistency is the main problem of the current West Indies team. "Some days we're playing well, some days we're not doing according to the situation. We need to be consistent," said Hooper.
Hopper said that there is no shortage of talent in the Caribbean, but they need to be well nourished.
"We have the talent, but they need to be well nourished. Cricket West Indies must adopt good policies. If you look at Shai Hope, you have the talent, but somehow it is not suitable for the T20 cricket."
(With IANS entries)