I guess I was replying to you, but not just to you. Your position seems to be held by many Pistons fans, and to a certain degree, I can understand it. I'm just not sure that I agree. I think that we overpaid for Stuckey, but I really like him as a player. I believe that he'd be a great sixth man. With Daye sucking up the joint, Prince is our best SF option. My main concern is that this team won't quite suck enough, and we'll be drafting 7th or 8th again. This possibility doesn't bother me as much as it might in some years, since I don't see a John Wall, Derrick Rose, Kevin Durant type player at the top of this year's draft. If Joe hadn't signed those two guys, then we'd be heading towards the worst record in NBA history, and next year wouldn't be much better. I would ask anyone to look at next summer's free agent list, and tell me how we would definitely do better. Does anyone want to watch a full 82 game season where our primary goal is ping pong balls? Stuckey has been our second best player this year, and Tay has been either our 3rd or 4th. I believe that this team needs more good players, not less. Getting rid of Chuck G is my #1 cap issue. I would wait until the off season to access the performance of Gordon, Stuckey, and Prince. It's not outside the realm of possibility that Gordon could average 18-20 ppg over the last month of the season, and Stuckey cements himself as part of a very nice guard trio. If that's the case, then we draft a nice big, and keep looking for someone to push Prince for the starting job. I believe that next year is the year that we look to make a trade or two, and I for one, would like an asset or two in order to do it. You can debate whether or not Prince, Gordon, or Stuckey can be considered assets. However, you cannot debate the fact that without them, we have none.