Since the Melo deal, we do not run a fast-paced offense. Before the Melo deal I would agree, we needed a true PG to give Felton rest and run the system properly. We do not run that same system anymore. It turned into a slow-down, iso-Melo system more than anything. The run-n-gun, pick-and-roll, ball movement system left when Melo arrived.
A PG that can play defense and hit the open jumper is just fine. While TD is streaky, he did win many games for us, particularly the winning streak at the end of the year where he was instrumental in many of those wins. I agree with Sprewell-Houston, a quality starting SG is a more pressing need.