Every game, Eddie Johnson explains why Devin Booker is not providing the scoring leadership expected of him this season. I certainly trust EJ's expertise. But why is he saying that Devin is trying too hard to involve everyone in the scoring? That is the job of the Point Guard. Isn't it? The job of the Shooting Guard is to shoot. Especially one who made a statement by scoring 70 in a game. It brings expectations with it. Last season when the Suns took the lazy way out and turned the job of Point Guard over to Booker, while he was still expected to be our best scorer . . . I was concerned that it would cause a leadership setback to Booker. Apparently it has! Especially when EJ says, over and over, that Devin is trying too hard to involve everyone in the scoring. We have a Point Guard. We need our Shooting Guard to take over scoring when necessary. And have the energy to play defense. I hoped that Monty could readjust him from the mind games Suns management played on him last season. According to EJ, it hasn't happened. I hope that Booker playing with another team won't be what it takes. However, it is not beyond a reasonable possibility. The Suns are no longer dysfunctional. Now they are the ghost of the dysfunctional.