With a lot of minutes under their belts now, another look at Stuckey vs. Bynum per 36 minutes: Stat:Stuck/Bynum Pts: 18.6/ 16.6 Reb: 4.2/ 3.9 Ast: 4.4/ 5.9 Stl: 1.3/ 1.1 Blk: 0.1/ 0.2 A/T: 1.6/ 1.9 PF: 2.8/ 3.3 eFG: .414/ .440 TS%: .488/ .520 This is a very close comparison. Stuck is involved in 27.4 points per 36 minutes and Bynum is involved in 28.4 (assuming all their assists were to 2-point shooters). Bynum is more efficient, but more selective, and passes more often. Stuckey is a very strong rebounder for a guard, so it's really surprising that WB hangs in there with him. Steals, blocks, and turnovers are very similar. It's a little too bad that they have the exact same style. The benefit is that we are always putting pressure on the D, but we need some shooters to really take advantage of these guys.