That's an interesting point hitaFT. About Arenas. I do agree that a starting backcourt of Arenas-Gordon would be substantially better than Stuckey-Rip combination. And, he has the skills that we sorely lack on this team. You can make both the case for him and against him. However, one fact remains is that he's got a boat anchor of a contract. If we trade for that guy, we ain't pulling any other good trades for four years. We trade for Arenas, and your core becomes Arenas-Gordon-CV for the foreseeable future. That [STRIKE]big[/STRIKE]moderately large three can win a lot of regular season games but won't ever see the 2nd round of playoffs.