Agreed. I don't think Stuck would fit as a starting SG. I see him either: A. Being a PG. B. Being a good 6th man combo off the bench. I know a lot of people in Detroit doubt him as a PG, but I don't see him being a good SG without a consistent jumper. Not to mention when he played with Bynum, as an SG he played horrible. As a PG he is bigger and just as quick (if not quicker) then most PGs in the league. I would give the Stuckey PG experiment another go, hell why not we all know next year is going to be a down year. Plus I thought he played well as a PG...especially considering his cast of players he played with. Half of them are still living in 2004 (and crying over CB) and AI is a PG's nightmare. Hopefully he won't have to deal with that next year. If JoeD says he is not a PG though I'd take the mans word for it. Let's face it he has waayyyy more credibilty and basketball smarts than me, haha. Not to mention he sees Stuckey all the time in practice. But did JoeD really say this about Stuck? I didn't watch the presser (guess I should now), so I missed it.