It is nice that on every single offensive possession with the starting unit, our fall back options are acceptable. We can either have Monroe or Smith force a post move or we can have Smith shoot a semi open 3-pointer (at say a 25% rate). Our worst shot should have an eFG of about .400 over the long run. We don't really need anybody to calm this offense down as Panda mentions. We should be trying to break out of the half court confines with these guys to take advantage of the turnovers that we cause and the amazing hands and coordination of our 3 big men. Is there any SF/PF/C combo in the league with quicker hands than our guys? Even Monroe, being our least athletic of the three (traditionally), has some of the quickest and surest hands of any big. Create turnovers and run like the wind. One more thought- Josh Smith is in fantastic condition right now. He looks thin and is in full sprint mode on both ends of the court. I'm extremely satisfied with his motor, effort, and physical preparation. He wanted to come here because of the style that he thought we'd play I believe and he's backing it up by being a leader on the court.