Running Jose at the point, without a shooting guard in the game, gives us nothing. We beat Charlotte, with Jose getting all of two assists. That is because he does not have the luxury of ever having a shooting guard out there with him. No way I want Jose to play shooting guard. I want him, our best point guard, to play point, with a shooting guard along side him - not Knight or Stuckey. On the other hand, if coach insists on playing Knight and Stuckey, and Bynum, extensively with Calderon, the only way that will work is with Calderon always acting as the shooting guard. Calderon can shoot lights out, so can function as a shooting guard. I like either Suckey or Knight as a point - you give me either at point, with Calderon at shooting guard, and I will take that ten times over switching it, Jose playing point with either of those two pretending to be a shooting guard. PS, one of the best stretches the Pistons have played so far was crunch time a couple games ago, where we won it with Bynum playing point and Calderon at the two. Worked great. We have also done lots of sets now with Calderon playing off guard to Knight - with lots of success. In contrast - Calderon playing point with these other jokers pretending to be a shooting guard, has done us zilch.