Teams don't game plan for James Jones. James Jones is a player who gets open because opposing teams game plan for his TEAMMATES. Without other players to draw attention, James Jones is pretty useless.
I mean, Danny Granger scored 25 PPG on 45% shooting in his all star year, this was while it was glaringly obvious that he was our primary offensive threat. The defense was keyed in on him every single game.
Are you trying to imply that James Jones would be capable of putting up those numbers in that situation? Explain.
Sorry for using statistics, the data measure of what actually happened in real games, to support my argument... but its kind of relevant to the discussion, no?