You might want to tap the brakes on Roddy Beaubois now being guaranteed 20 minutes or more every night just because he had 40 against Golden State.
Not every team is going to have three (or four) guards on the floor at all times.
Tonight will be a prime example. Denver is big. And with Carmelo Anthony at small forward, that means Caron Butler or Shawn Marion is going to have to be in the game pretty much all the time, if not both.
That's going to eat up time for the small players. And you won't see Beaubois, Jason Terry and Jason Kidd in the game at the same time unless J.R. Smith for some reason should come in for Anthony.
Hey, if Beaubois keeps shooting the lights out, he's impossible to sit. But pay close attention to what's happening on the floor when he first gets into the game. It will be very interesting to see how the playing time goes.