Well, at least we have a point guard who can shoot the ball very well from the outside. Other than that, nothing has changed. Still the same coach, who would apparently use five point guards if he had half a chance to. It looks more and more like he just does not understand basketball in the slightest. It is not who you like, or who you think is the best player. It is who can play a needed role. Knight was totally worthless along side Calderon. Singler is the only guy starting who should take an outside shot other than Calderon. Outside shots from Monroe and JMAX were pointless in this game. Further, Monroe tried to force things with nobody out there to actually pass to and the lane all jammed up. How strange to see Bynum out there in crunch time with Calderon and Knight sitting on the bench. And Stuckey, can't shoot a lick, so I feel sorry for Bynum even to have to have had no shooting guard in the game. Monroe, with nothing good to do, did bad, turing it over five times. Stuckey had some good moments, all of which he could have as the backup point. His driving inside is a good thing. Only he needs shooters out there with him to space the floor to make his drives more successful. Defensively, Bynum did not work out in this game. The guards on NY are like trees to him. Still, we made somewhat of a run to cut it to 12 with still just enough time to make a game out of it. Then NY it three consecutive 3's, and that was game. No defense. Singler got pretty much eaten alive by Melo. Singler mind you did not play poorly on defense, Melo is just that good. The guy who we might have liked to try on Melo, Daye, got traded so what choice did we have. First time in a long time, Drummond did not play in the 2nd half. For while there, it looked like coach wanted Monroe to just play the whole game. JJ added some hustle to an otherwise very dull game by the Pistons. From what I can see, we would have been better off not using Calderon as the point at all, but rather as a shooting guard - which the Pistons need desperately. Mind you, we have shooting guards who can play just fine, but coach won't give English nor Middleton any kind of real chance to see what they can do. I am wondering how Calderon is feeling at this point. And I am wondering how long before his every thought is "get me out of here. The season can't end soon enough." Just for the record. Bynum was minus 5, despite the run toward the end of the game. So he has been positive in one game the last month now. Good reason to keep playing him, in Frank's mind. Not in mine. Fix the starting unit: Calderon, English, Middleton, Monroe, Drummond. 2nd unit: Stuckey, Singler, CV at small forward, JMAX, Kravtsov. Knight? No role available at the moment. Use him as an emergency point guard.