I agree that some of these things are a product of the imbalance created by the trade, but at the same time with Chauncey i think the problems would be tame compared to now since he can play PG and SG. Having interchangeable parts would not force us into situations where we're forced to alter our line-up this drastically starters and otherwise. With 2 guards that could play the 1 and the 2, and only one actual 2 plus the offensive efficiency that results in having a PG on the floor at all times we wouldn't be seeing the chaos we're seeing now. And if we played 3 guards the defensive deficiency with that group wouldn't be a tenth as large as it is with something like AA/Bynum/Rip or AI/Stuck/Rip. ---------- I did see the TOR game, and they looked like they were at a funeral in the beginning of the game, but the energy/effort did pick up in large part due to Maxiell. Without that kick in the butt from the bench though, they looked as awful as they did at the beginning of the TOR game. I don't know what the exact reason is just speculation on my part, but the body language in this game was jarring to me. Someone mentioned that it looks like Curry is losing the team. I'm not sure.