Season 14 was better than I expected. Vassar went 21-11, reaching the quarterfinals of the PIT. My strategy to start the season was to give the ball to Marquez whenever he was on the floor and spread it around equally when he wasn't; this way I hoped to i.d. other scoring options.
But what happened was that, with Marquez flinging shots from all over the gym, we seemed to perform much better than I could reasonably have expected, even against double teams and plus defenses. So I just kept feeding him, with the only exception being that late in the season I gave Calvillo some distro when I expected plus D.
This experinece convinced me that spd, BH, and possibly stm are more important for a scoring guard than pe, presuming pe at least reaches a minimum level. I know that's not the biggest revelation, but Marquez's season made it seem more pronounced.