Ernie, this is what a few of us have been pointing out. If Stuckey is not a point guard as many now believe, some of those same reasons is why he is questionable as a first string two. You have to have a certain skill set for the two and shooting the ball is high on the list. I am very concerned that Joe is being stubborn and is committed to signing Stuckey to a big contract without considering his performances. Now three games is not the biggest sample. And he will have good games too. But even one good game, one bad game will help to produce a .500 ball club. I don't understand why fans have gotten down on so many the top Piston players during that incredible run, Tay, Billips, etc., but do not give Stuckey's game anywhere near the same scrutiny. Let the facts of the games speak.