The following quote is from DetNews. "It changes things, man, it does," Billups said. "When Chris is out there, we go through him and let him make plays. When he's not, I'm attacking, I'm aggressive and I am making plays. I am struggling with that a lot -- when to do what." It's not a mystery why they haven't established a rhythm. Since the team returned from a 5-0 West Coast trip, the two haven't been healthy at the same time. Billups missed the better part of three games because of an injured groin. When he returned, Webber had the flu. "The only thing that's different is Chris," Billups said. "He's the only new guy and he's a big piece. He's a guy that can really make plays. On one hand, it takes a lot of pressure off me. I don't have to make every play. On the other hand, it puts me in too much of a passive mode and sometimes it's hard for me to turn it back on." Webber and Billups are confident the issue will resolve itself with a few more games. Webber, in fact, seemed surprised it was even a concern. "I don't understand that," he said. "In the second half (Sunday against Miami), Rip (Hamilton) was really cutting hard and moving and he got involved a lot when I had the ball. Both him and Tay (Prince)." True. With Webber distributing four assists, Hamilton scored 10 points and Prince five in the third quarter. Billups, meanwhile, had two assists. "But Chauncey is the man and he needs to be aggressive at all times," Webber said. I'd have to agree with Webber. Chauncey needs to be aggressive at all times. They have been together for several months now. They should be on the same page by now. What bothers me most is Webber didn't even know there was a problem till now. Billups should have talked about this sooner. We are on the heals of a playoff run. They need to get on the same page.