@ NYCErican You're right, who knows if Shumpert will be more efficient. Wasn't really his M.O. in college and he wasn't too efficient offensively in his rookie year.
It's a weird, but good problem to have I guess being this deep. I dunno how it's going to work as far as who the full time starting 2 will be. If it's Shumpert, than does Jason become our backup PG or does he play alongside Pablo as the backup 2? If he does become a backup 2, where does JR smith play?!
I think it's safe to say Kidd has looked MUCH better at the 2 spot than the 1 this year. And you're right, he looks magnificent when we're able to control his minutes to under 25 a game. Somebody's minutes are going to drastically get cut with SHump's return, it'll be interesting to see who that'll be.
The major positives with a Felton-Shumpert backcourt is the upgrade they bring defensively on the perimeter and it also gives us 2 guys who can penetrate the lane offensively pretty much anytime they want. We've been missing the driving capabilities of Felton since he's been injured, it's made Tyson work harder for his buckets in the paint and made our 3 point shooters work harder to get clean looks at the rim.
But like you said it's a good dilemma to have dude.