Course, it's not like anyone on the Heat actually shoots from the post where blocks are likely to happen. Definitely a good game from Dyess - played hard and well, but again, not a lot of competition for boards from the Heat. And he can't play that many minutes on a consistent basis. Yeah, there was a lot of the old surely-these-guys-don't-think-they-can-beat-the-mighty-Pistons-do-they. And face it, Stuckey got lucky with the double clutch heave, and while Sheed can certainly hit that shot, maybe not the best thing with that much time left. The encouraging thing was occasionally seeing both Stuckey and AI on the court at the same time both pushing the ball and taking advantage if they had an opening. Last night showed that it's possible for them to coexist and jointly cause some havoc on the court. (the good kind of havoc) But the rotation - excuse me, a rotation requires substitutions. It was the same old Flip. Curry learned well at the knee of the master. Amir got his customary four fouls in ten minutes, so no issue there for me, but somebody else has got to play. AA has to play in the third for Prince. Sheed can't consistently play that many minutes. So, one or two glimmers of hope amid a big old pile of same-ol. Fortunately the Heat aren't the Celtics or the Cavs or this would have been way uglier.