I hope you are kidding. When Crowder and Favors, our power forwards, (I won't call them stretch 4s to avoid offending your delicate sensibility), can't shoot 3s consistently, but they often camp on the perimeter/corner as part of the designed offense, which is designed to drive and kick, the 4's defender can drop in to help, negating our penetrating players ability to score, negating the effectiveness of the sets. I am not saying the Jazz need a 4 that can shoot to win or be effective. I am stating that the sets Quin runs won't work well without a 4 that can shoot. And I am saying that Quin continues to try and pound a rectangle into a round hole.