Is our biggest weakness. What do you think? Rudy Gay has the lowest shooting percentage of any player scoring 18ppg or more. He's 9th in FGA but 58th in efficiency. DeMar DeRozan shoots 25% from three which is among the worst for scoring guards in the NBA. It drags his overall shooting percentage down. The only scorers nearly as bad are Dwyane Wade (career 30% shooter) and, sadly, Rudy Gay (29%). Andrea Bargnani's shooting percentages fell to new depths, his FG% at a six-year low and his 3P% the worst of his career. He also stopped being a top-three scoring option on the team and was relegated to the bench. The next Mike Dunleavy, Jr.? The bench is worse: Alan Anderson (.387), Linas Kleiza (.333), Terrence Ross (.405), Mickael Pietrus (.347), and John Lucas III (.390). We have three efficient offensive players: Jonas Valaciunas, Amir Johnson, and Landry Fields, discounting Acy & Gray. Fields began his career as quite a good three point shooter but he's lost his touch, probably due to lack of usage. If he could bring that back he could replace Alan Anderson as a go-to bench scorer. Anderson is likely to leave this summer to the highest bidder. Valanciunas is bound to get more touches next season. He's shown range out to eighteen feet and has some post skills that, with refinement, could provide easy baskets every game. Hoping to see Casey using Val next season as the big man is also a good passer and can help facilitate offense on the block if we have someone on the wings working with him. Amir Johnson has a "take what he can get" offensive game that has worked this year. Expect teams to be ready for him next season. Although he's shown the ability to put the ball on the floor I think he is maxed-out as an offensive player.