PG Sergio Rodriguez, New York
It turns out that Spanish Chocolate is actually the big winner in the Big Apple, not Me-Mac. The worst kept secret in the league is how terrible Chris Duhon is, and the fact that he's been masquerading as a starting PG for nearly two years as a Knick is shameful at best and downright unconstitutional if we were to analyze it politically. Rookie Toney Douglas certainly deserves a shot at extended minutes so the team can see what he's capable of (like can he run the point?), but Rodriguez is also going to see plenty of run, too, since he's under contract for at least one more year and there are rumors that he might start the first game he's in uniform. He can be a huge boon in assists, steals and threes, though he's not a particularly good FG% or FT% guy. The big loser here is obviously Duhon, whose deal with the Devil is coming to a close as he figures to lose his starting gig.