Ok, so it seems this has been the biggest problem for the Pacers this year as we've had the nice surprise of solid point guard play.
With the addition of Harrington as a go-to scorer in the starting lineup, i really think Jackson's post-up skills which are much more reliable than his jump shot would be better served in the 2nd unit, and plus, he doesn't seem to mind coming off the bench.
I honestly haven't seen enough of Quis to comment about him, but his inability to hit the open 3 bothers me if he's going to be a starting shooting guard on this team that alreayd doesn't shoot well.
Rawle is simply too inexperienced and needs to polish up his offensive game a bit although i must say, the defensive effort is tremendous.
Lately, i've really been thinking that RC should try using Sarunas as a starter/combo guard with Tinsley. They've played very well together this season thus far and I think Sarunas will hit the open shots created by JO and Harrington post-ups while also providing some much needed ball handling.
More importantly, this will allow him to get into the game early on and start getting his rhythm which seems to take more than the 5 minutes of play he is sometimes alloted.
As for the rotation, I think Sarunas should be the first one off the court, maybe halfway through the first quarter, so that he can come back on early in the 2nd and get to play a little with the second unit. This sort of rotation would be most beneficial to him, and the team.