LA Dre, very funny. FreshPrince, I know that is the belief about Allen and if you want him to be an orthodox PG, then no, not much success. However, I think Allen's best career year ever was under Jim O'Brien when he played the PG and put up 30 ppg and 8 apg. He can do it if the coach actually trusts him, which Jim did, but no other coach has. His second year under Jim was going rather well also up until the Chris Webber trade. He is high risk now as the SG, however, he is still more patient than Rodney. Rodney has tasted 40 points and he hasn't been the same since. I doubt very seriously if Rodney is going to remain as the PG for the Pistons after this season. Which isn't a bad thing, but once again, will leave Richard on the outside looking in. Joe was right about Rodney, but he may have traded the wrong guard.