Tay is ready to break out--no he already broke out in the playoffs. Riley compared him to Jamal Wilkes. The offense should go through Tay at least a third of the time. Will Chauncey settled for that and be a spot-up three shooter when Tay has the ball? Tays defensive duties would need to lightenedd some for him to be more of a focal point in the offense. Teams can't guard Tay. We need the other players to have their roles when Tay gets the ball to avoid a double. Tay can rebound extremely well. The problem is what do the Pistons want him to put his energy in. Tay is the only real upside that we have. Who knows about the rookies. We know about Tay. Tay and Rip--it is their team now. The real question is: What is Chauncey's role if Tay steps up?