Jerry Stackhouse wasn't much of a shooter, but he was an all-star as a penetrating SG who got fouled a lot. And Stuckey is a superior ball handler compared to Stackhouse. It's just not true that only guys who can shoot the ball at a high percentage can play SG (or any position for that matter). The real question is how Knight and Stuckey and Monroe and Jerebko and Daye (the core guys going forward beyond this year - potentially) play together. On that roster, even assuming Stuckey never becomes a great outside shooter - he sure as hell is a high performing mid-range shooter, penetrator and And-1 player, and he sure as hell is an outstanding ball handler, and tough defender. Daye is a super shooter, and Jerebko looks to me like a guy who will knock down open 3 pt looks - and both of these guys will do a lot of damage rolling to the rim. Both have great handle. Brandon Knight is about as fast and quick as anybody in the league (the NBA Draft Measurements confirm what my eyes tell me there), a super penetrator, a great outside shooter, and he sure seems like a real PG to me. Monroe will likely be a great high post big man - hitting cutters and open long range shooters, as well as having a really nice scoring touch himself. As for offensive rebounding, Monroe and JJ are great at that, and I think Daye at SG will kill defenders on his at that position, as will Stuckey. Call me crazy, but I like the possibilities. Just I'm not sure if we'd be better off with a Ray Allen type at SG instead of a Stackhouse type there. If it isn't a big fit, Stuckey could certainly be traded. And I love the defensive potential of Knight, Stuckey, Jerebko and Monroe, and even the length of Daye makes him hard to shoot over. Add in the mystery big man we'll draft in 2012, and we could be onto something here.