I think what Rip was saying is that no matter how many points he scored coming off the bench; it couldn't overcome the hole they were starting in. Not that he couldn't produce. I have to agree with Lee on the proposed rotations. We need to find a way to break up Sheed and Dice on the floor. It is O.K. for spurts but we need to have the quickness that Max and Amir provide on the floor. I am hoping that if we stay with this line up that Curry somehow finds a way to sub early for Dice or Sheed with Max or AJ. He could keep the starting line up he has now to establish a rhythm but after the first 5-6 minutes; make that substitution. Keep Max, AJ and Kwame engaged because I think our success will depend on them a little. Not as 25-30 minute guys but as 5-10 minute change of pace players; especially when AI is back and coming off the bench. I would really like to see AJ and AI find some kind of chemistry on the second unit racing up and down the floor. I think they would compliment each other well because I am sure AJ would set screens and roll for AI all night long and be right with him on the fast breaks looking for a lob and dunk. It's all about putting the players on the floor that have the skills to play the same type of game. AI, AA and AJ want to run so let them while Stuck, Rip and Dice play the half court pick and pop game.