The problems with his game are all mental imo. Someone mentioned he has small hands and that is why he doesn't dunk, but I don't think Stuckey is lacking for size, strength, or even skill. But putting it all together seems to be the problem. Same problem some of us think Amir had. There was one point where we were down in the 4th, and he drives right into 2 or 3 guys, while Daye is wide open spotted up, and I think to myself, "Either he can't see him, which means his court vision is atrocious, or he refuses to see him, in which case, he's not playing smart." Either way, it's not good. The whole point of scoring a lot, and eventually drawing double teams, is not to drive into them head down, but to find the open man. And it's not like Daye is a bad shooter. This is a kid with a really nice stroke, with lots of range. Maybe Joe should be administering the Wonderlic test to these guys instead of seeing if they can jump out of the gym during workouts.