I assume you just watched this game, right. Who was out there when the Pistons had their best, quickest run of the game, Bynum, or Stuckey. Answer: Stuckey. 12-1 run toward the end of the 1st quarter. Did Bynum do anything really in the 2nd quarter? No. He was in the whole quarter, and we won the quarter by a point. If he is so great, why did he not make his teammates better? Fact is, we had the momentum when Bynum came in, and lost it within a minute of him entering the game. Did Bynum somehow win this game in the 2nd half? Nope. Our starters had major momentum going, and handed Bynum a 12 point lead. Its great that that for a few moments, our bench did ok and added to that lead. But, again, we already had the momentum - before Bynum entered the game. In that 2nd half, Daye did not even play, and CV made no shots. Two parts of our "vaunted" bench gave us nothing in that 2nd half. Even Drummond gave us very little really - 1o of his 13 points to the positive for this game were without Bynum in the game. Maybe you can't see why Stuckey helps so much. Keep watching. If the pattern continues, with momentum never developing with Bynum in the game, then maybe you will come around to my way of thinking. Hey, Bynum has done well in some games, as the 3rd string point guard - but in my opinion, no way you turn around and push Stuckey aside for Bynum minutes. Or any other of several players who, again, in my opinion, could be contributing more as a backup shooting guard for us.