I disagree. Sometimes coming off the bench can just be a player's game. Harrington started two games and shot 35%. He comes off the bench, gains focus knowing that he is being benched for his poor shooting, and then shoots over 60% in game 3. I think being benched helped Al make better shots and not force shots which he always does. Maybe Al is better off the bench. The same can be applied to Wilson Chandler. Both players have proven to be great off the bench and struggle many times when being starters.
It doesn't matter if Al starts or not because he will still get over 30 min a game. A guy like Gallo can be a better "starter" because he can come out scoring right away where Al harrington needs to heat up which can take a few quarters sometimes. Al is a streak shooter and having him start a game missing 6,7, or 8 in a row can kill us for the rest of the game. Coming off the bench should continue because it worked for Al's favor.
This was the first game Al actually played well in, and starting is overrated to be honest. Starting doesn't make you more effective then someone else, its all about how much time you get, how many shots, etc...