Come on man...you can just hate the dude and I'm fine with that (cause I hate Stuckey), but you can't really think you should be getting all-star play from a career 12ppg/5rpg player. Out of his entire career, he's had only ONE season where he's avg'd considerably more than 12ppg....ONE. So you wan to take that one season and extrapolate that out to him underachieving? No, sir. The only time his numbers have dipped below what he's averaged in his entire career is A) last season when he only played 13 GAMES ...and B) THIS season when his minutes have been noticeably reduced. When his minutes are consistent (22 to 25mins), he's routinely at around 12ppg/5rpg. He's been that way all but ONE year ('08-'09) when he avg' 16ppg. The facts support my position. He's been consistently the same with the exception of one up year and one injury filled year. His 3pt % is on par with all his other years in the NBA save the injury season (last year). So, I understand you guys hating the guy, but just like Blazer fans and Raymond Felton, he's come here and been the same guy he's always been. He was on par for his career numbers his first year here then got injured last year and then had his minutes reduced this year and still shot on par for 3. He is who we thought he was. Charlie Villanueva Career Stats Page | NBA.com Joe Dumars is to blame for throwing over $8M per at 12ppg/5rpg. It's not on 12ppg/5rpg to instantly become 18ppg/9rpg because Joe Dumars decided to throw $8M in that direction. ...and last time I checked, Drummond isn't heading head first into the rookie delinquent rabbit hole and having his career destroyed as we speak. As a matter of fact, he's exceeded EVERYONE's expectations ...and that after playing a season WITH CV. So, well done on that fantasy. I love how just being in the room with CV has become tantamount to being led to your doom by the pied piper.