What concerns me is that Ben Gordon did not display the greatest handles while he was in Chicago. I didn't see it of the Bulls games I witnessed and I have friends who are Bulls fans (yeah, I have friends and unfortunately for them, they are Bulls fans), who tell me he's good for a few "dribbles off his foot," or turnovers, as a result of his ball handling skills. Obviously, there is more to being a point guard, but it starts with being able to protect the ball.
It's not ideal, but I think it's definitely possible. It's not completely unheard of to change a very athletic shooting guard into a point guard over the offseason. In fact, I saw it happen at Davidson College with Stephen Curry between his sophomore and junior seasons. In this case, the Pistons wouldn't be turning Gordon into a point guard, by all means, but merely having him learn to carry the rock when Stuckey and Bynum need a breather.
What are your thoughts?