Good summation. This is the reality that now presents itself (we hope) to JD. His strength and talent on this club is coming off the bench with the right group. This can be at the one or two position. His style and IQ is much more suited in creating quick burst of individualized activity, rather then the long haul of of the starting five unit that must be shown collective necessities. The latter demands the right leadership values. As he now stands (even without his most recent problems areas), he will never be a top ten one or two player leading a playoff team. This latter course demand a different type of personality and Stuckey is too diminutive, both in playing style and those leadership qualities.