I guess Green's going to lead the team in shots but I don't think it's going to be by a big margin. One, he doesn't have the ball skills or the history of being a great scorer to where he's going to control the ball a lot and be able to dictate how many chances he gets. Two, there are a lot of guys on this team who like to shoot and aren't shy about it-- Bradley, Bass, Sullinger, Crawford, Wallace, etc. I mean whenever the ball freaking touches Bass' hands, he almost always holds it and seems to at least think of shooting. With Pierce and KG gone and Bass being one of the elder statesman on the team, I think he's going to take even greater offensive license. He's one of the sneakiest ball-stoppers in the league.