all chemistry and "it's early" issues aside. 2 things are seeming too evident to not do something about it now.
1) bibby's alleged veteran leadership and big shot ability are TOO alleged and not sufficiently evident to keep him as our primary depth. he is in no way a game changer or a score holder when he's on the floor. his skills are just too diminished.
2) walker's potential and skill set aren't consistent or impactful enough to keep him as our primary scoring depth
my argument here is that we'd be better off with younger, more energetic high/risk high/reward players who can change the tone of the game than 2 guys who have shown themselves to be nothing more than bodies.
granted, our options are limited by cap issues, and true, shumpert is a guy we're waiting for and looking to to be THAT guy... but i think our lack of impactful depth is not likely to improve unless we make changes to our personnel and keep trying until we find something more useful (and lin and novak are fine for 14th and 15 players, but not as 6,7,8 or 9).
i'd gladly give ricky davis a shot at walkers spot and shit, even boykins or patty mills as bibby's spot (i know, extreme) than stand down all year and continue to hope that bibby and walker evolve into what we need them to be.