Here's another one: Shawn Wilcox
or Thomas Belcher
at the 2? Either way he's going to be the weakest link on the team, at least in the starting lineup. Normally I'd go with the defensive option in Wilcox, but I have 2 reservations in this case. First, he's the only guy I really feel comfortable with backing up my starting point guard. If I start him at the 2 odds are that #3 on the depth chart is going to get big minutes at the 1. Second, Belcher is my only viable perimeter threat at this point. My starting 3, this guy
, still has high potential in PER, so if I add a few minutes to PER practice maybe he gets up into the 70s by the end of the season. But not now. So it seems to be in my best interest to maximize Belcher's minutes and probably overload his distro a little bit relative to his efficiency to try to artificially prop up my team's 3-point threat.