Stuckey is horrid at getting thru picks. However, he does actually add interior defense because he does have some size and strength. Its a mixed bag. However, in all, when he was our starting point guard, he won a lot more one to one matchups vs. the opposing point guard than he lost. Stuckey is by no means the problem with this team. And neither is Knight. Knight has his flaws, like not running fast breaks well, but his chief duty, making good decisions about how the ball gets distributed on offense, he does well. Between the two, if they both were limited strictly to point guard duties, they are all we need at point. And by the way, you might not like Stuckey on his defense, but its a lot better than Calderon's, who is shorter and has zero ups. Not that Calderon does not try, but he is just not that good on defense. I'd take him for our starting point for sure, if he were not already past 30. Not a good fit for our teams future. As far as starters, I believe we are set. As for a coach, we are nowhere - unless of course Frank was given orders to lose, which he did oh so well. Start: Knight, English, Middleton, Monroe, Drummond. Bench: Stuckey at point. We have not fully evaluated Kravtsov yet. So far, I say he is good enough to have a roster spot on the team next year. JJ. Too slow at small forward. Too small at power forward. Singler shows promise, but is really too slow. He did prove to be an asset as shooting guard though, where his height gave him an advantage on offense even though he gave up a lot on defense. He does show some promise of being able to shoot the 3. If he can improve on that, he has a place on the team. If not, no. CV. Some nights, like last game, he is so missing on our defense I can't even imagine why he is in the league. We should not keep him. Keeping him would send a message that taking nights off on D is ok. Maggette. Injured. JMAX. Too old now to fit our future. Not a bad player. Just too short to play power forward in the NBA and he never did develop the timing Ben Wallace had to overcome his height disadvantage. (They have the same standing reach.) Plus Ben was cat quick on defense, absolutely a game changer. Bynum. It is embarrassing many nights that he is on the team. Too short to stop many shooters from shooting. He could be ok as an extra roster player if only we had a coach who would only use him as a situationoal player. We can do better. The guy is too old to fit our future. So, I say we keep 7 guys from the current squad for next year, and otherwise go with 7 more young guys to fill out the roster. We keep Knight, Stuckey, English, Middleton, Drummond, Monroe, Kravtsov. And Maybe Singler, but I would not recommend it.