The question begs to be asked especially after having a career night last night. It's clear that Trevor Ariza is the perfect compliment for Wall and Beal. He plays amazing defense, but now he's shooting the ball at a excellent clip this year. I can't think of a situation that would be better than this. What team would have the cap space, the situation and the opportunity that Ariza currently has right now to be a great player on a potentially contending team in the future? The interesting question I believe that should be considered, is how does Ariza see himself? Years ago after being an integral part of a championship run with the Lakers, Ariza mistakenly saw himself as a star player and went to Houston were the flaws in his game were exposed. With him playing along John Wall, he does not have to put the ball on the floor to score. It's a situation were becomes the ultimate role player, but it makes me wonder if he will once again see himself as a player that can be more than he is, or does he recognize that he has the opportunity to continue to flourish with this roster and be a strong complimentary play as opposed to a team's star. What do you all think? Do you think there is a situation out there that would be better than staying in his current one?