Stuckey is a much better PG than Rip would be though. Rip is 100% incapable of playing that position while Stuckey is OK at it. The model we could be pursuing is to have dual combo guards on the court at all times vs. a traditional set-up man. Bynum/Stuck/Gordon would accomplish this. All three of them can dribble and drive which would open our offense up to having 2 PG options on every possession to exploit any defensive weaknesses. A strong PG defender could no longer disrupt our offense. A decent SG defender won't be able to stop the dribble drive.