Just pointing out that JJ could have played backup small forward, got plenty of minutes without having to sit JMAX at the end of the game. And if we are going to rely on 3 pointers at the end of a game, why not use a clutch 3 point shooter like Gordon at the end of the game. Not saying that Gordon should have been in there, or that we should have been shooting the 3 pointers, but if you are going to do something, use the right guy for the job. We lost the game from our defense breaking down, letting a guy waltz in on us and lay the ball in, twice. That does not happen with Ben Wallace and JMAX in there. Again, we had the wrong guys in to end the game, for what we did. And the wrong guy for certain in JJ over JMAX as far as our defense. JJ does hustle, but that is not the same as playing awesome interiour D, which he does not. Good, but nowhere near as good as JMAX or Ben Wallace. In this game, Stuckey played 42 minutes, Bynum 17. That is 59 minutes of point guard play. Reduce Bynum down a few minutes, and Stuckey down 7, and now Bynum still plays 14 minutes while Stuckey plays 35. And voila, you got 10 minutes to fit JJ in at small forward. Add the 10 to Tay's 35 minutes, and you got virtually the whole game with no small ball without changing the number of minutes for Rip or Gordon. Better yet, lower Tay's minutes just a bit, knock off a few minutes from Gordon and Rip, and have Daye play 10 minutes. And we never ever go to small ball at all. And win the game. Plus Stuckey has the energy to crash in there at the end and win the game at the free throw line. To have been even better, play Summers some minutes at power forward, reducing the minutes CV played. Play healthy young players. It can only make the vets that much more serious about playing out there. Make them continually earn their minutes. But hey, if Kuester keeps doing what he is doing, what he is comfortable with - losing - soon it will just be the young guys playing as the season is declared lost anyway.