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With the new SuperFriends in Miami, it got me thinking: players like Rush will see their value rise in the NBA, especially among Eastern Conference contenders. Teams are going to need to have solid perimeter defenders in the 6th/7th month role, and that is what Rush does. As I remember, he has defended Wade fairly well in the past. Just a little food for thought, wondering what other people think. Is there something to this or am I reading too much into the SuperFriends phenomenon? I'm not saying that these guys are going to be highly sought after commodities, but I think teams will be more interested in guys like him knowing they have to counter two monsters on the perimeter in Miami.