I'm not sure what numbers you're looking at, but... Knight: 32mpg - 42%fg - 38%3pt - 14ppg Stuckey 28mpg - 38%fg - 29%3pt - 11ppg So, 45%FG & Approx. 35%3PT is typically what you expect from a really good SG in the NBA ('the BEST' get above 45% & 39% respectively) considering most of their points come from the perimeter and Knight is close to that at 42% & 38%. But, Stuckey is nowhere close and he's abominable from 3. Nevermind the fact that the Pistons are paying $8M+ for what was supposed to be a starting SG/PG who's giving you 11 pts a game, is routinely 4-12 from the field on any given night, and is constantly being disciplined by coaches. Knight looks to be improving and becoming a better player while behind handed the reigns while Stuckey is getting worse AND having a detrimental effect on the team and it's offensive efficiency overall with his generally awful, self-serving possessions. The numbers support this; nevermind just sitting and watching him be horrible night after night on the TV.