I agree about the D. He seems like he wants to play D, but right now he gets caught off-guard sometimes. He has given up a number of open 3's in loose-ball or transition situations. These things should improve pretty rapidly. He has proven he has the ability to get a lot of deflections and steals though. He's got 6 steals in his last 3 games (46 total minutes). As for the shooting... He had that bail-out shot where I believe Chauncey passed him the ball about 27 feet from the basket with 2-3 seconds on the shot clock. He also got swatted twice by JO (the 2nd of which would have likely been called a foul if he weren't a rook). As he builds confidence and learns to pick his spots, his efficiency will get better. I'm not sure if he'll ever be a really high percentage shooter though, but then again, Chauncey has never been a high percentage shooter either. Chauncey makes up for it by getting to the line. Stuckey will probably be even better than him in that regard.