I mean, look at all these college teams and even some pro teams who have big 3's as well as big power forwards and centers. Or at least a solid rotation. Look no farther than Ann Arbor. We've got Hortord, McGary and Morgan. That got us all the way to the Finals last year with some help from the guards. Heck, even my high school team does it's best when we have our 3 best bigs on the floor at the same time. For one short stretch tonight we actually had one guard and 4 bigs out there. I know it's high school basketball playoffs in Michigan, but still, if you have the right guard(s) out there, and the big men can either post up or dish to the guards, it shouldn't really be that hard to pull off. I'm not trying to say we don't need a 3, because we all know we do. What I'm saying is, do we really have to trade Monroe for a 3 for this lineup to work?