well, for the first few games, the rockets weren't even capable of it...they had to drag bzdelik out of retirement because they were concerned about full-on loss of mojo. i think switching everything isn't a tenable long-term strategy. houston got away with it because nobody else was doing it, and thus nobody was fully prepared to exploit it. as more teams do more switching, you'll see its efficacy drop again, imo. even so, the OP is correct that it takes certain types to make it work. pj tucker is a very important piece to such a scheme. we have nothing like that on the roster.