Not a surprise. Both need sets giving space. James is usually hard-charging and Wade likes the lateral method. They stay out of each others way. Now, the Pistons have Monroe and Drummond confining themselves from 12 ft. inward (I am being generous). Smith, depending on that nights mood, doesn't communicate and clashes with the 4-5. Another Smith mood then acts like a turnstile in reverse: spreads the floor and thinks like a Kyle Korver (minus the positive effects), and the 4-5 are compensated with the likes of additional rebounds. You can't win games this way, but at least some residual benefits occur for those rebounds that helps brings smiles to those 4-5 and their statistical end-game..those double-double lines. Now Stuckey just loves the free and open range. He can drive and make haste for every opportunity that needn't worry him. No worry about pace, placement of the other four and a general recognition about the leverage that any player, on any give day (and hopefully stretches), will have a hot touch. For him, there is no finder's fee. At arm's length, I am nothing but a captured selfie.