What's the fascination with the post up game. If you look at the top teams in the league, very few of them use big man post up plays as one of their main offensive options.
Last time we had a good low post player, we ended up getting rid of him. Many were of the opinion that the offense was too stagnant when you just threw the ball into the post and waited for the big fella to go to work.
We all love Sully, but I say let him keep doing what he's been doing; hit the glass, set picks, cut without the ball, find open spots for that little jumper.
I don't know, personally, I'm just not pining for that low post game as much as many seem to be.