The problem is we're playing Stuckey at the 2 and Brandon at the 1. When Stuckey comes in off the bench, he plays the 1 and Brandon becomes our stretch shooter. That's when our offense starts to work better. Singler doesn't get any plays run for him, and with Brandon and Stuckey on the floor at once, there is very little opportunity for him to do anything on offense except spot up. The other thing I think Greg and Kyle suffer from is "good guy syndrome" They want to pass and share the ball. Neither is like a Stuckey or Knight, where they get the ball and assume it's their job to score it right now. They don't have that mindset. Great players figure out when they should pass, and when they should score. I think it is something that will take time to develop.