A poster on DBB posted two pie charts showing Josh Smith's shot selection at SF and PF. The bottom line is that they are almost identical. When he's a PF, he takes slightly fewer 3-pointers and trades them for slightly more long 2-pointers. His percentage is about the same either way. So, I think the problem is deeper than just trying to keep him at his natural position. There must be a bigger picture issue and since it's different than all of his prior years, I'm leaning toward the coaching/ lack of coaching. Josh Smith didn't just go over the hill and start settling for perimeter shots like Sheed did when he got fatter and had less energy. I'm guessing that some factors that lead to this poor shot selection are: Cheeks lets him, there is a lack of organization to the offense and they are the shots of least resistance, we have an above normal amount of kick outs to Smith after failing to execute, we have some really selective shooters in Dre, Pope, and Singler, and it leads to more deferrals to Smith. It's frustrating, whatever the reason.