Rough game, so I'll try not to get too bummed. Missing Tay, Villanueva, and Ben Wallace, which is a lot of fire power on both sides of the ball. Just initial impressions: Stuckey looks a lot more confident in his jumper. Not sure if it actually is better, but he was seeking shot attempts, and some of them looked pure. Bynum was quick, but couldn't seem to get the space to drive and didn't do much when he was thwarted. Jumper looked poor still. Daye seems very Prince-like. Obviously the light skinned, tall skinny build makes him look like him from a distance, but he also has touch and court awareness that is unusual for a player that tall... similar to Tay. The only real difference is the solid shooting mechanics vs. Prince's homemade stroke. Kwame did look solid. He plays good, safe defense and rebounds his area well. Offense was rough but opportunistic. Wilcox- No real opinion. He was just sort of there... except for that sweet dunk. Jerebko has the hustle and some strength. He looks good enough to stay in the league for a while. The scouting reports were very good on him though, in that he doesn't seem to know exactly when to lay off (similar to Amir). JJ will annoy some more opposing players this year if we play him. The one thing he did very well was run the court, which paid off a couple times. Washington- not sure there is any real need for his talents this year. We have hustle players who are taller and serve other purposes. Summers- couldn't tell much. He looks bigger than I was expecting. 3.5/4 position. Overall, it was really obvious how we have too many big men who have no comfort in the post. Kwame, Wilcox, Maxiell, and Jerebko all had that simple, forced post move vibe when they were in position. They all seemed to crash the boards well enough, but their games aren't going to draw any double teams this year. You can add Ben Wallace to the crew as well. It remains to be seen if CV wants anything to do with the post this year. All of this makes it tough on our guards. And the defense? Well, probably not so much this year.