In response to gman101019's comment:
I also like what sully brings to the table with his rebounding and post presence, but bass is a solid player on BOTH the offensive and defensive end. The ? is how many rpg more can sully get you per game 1 more or 2 tops. I dont see him avg more than 7-8 rpg with similiar minutes (bass avgd 6.2), but then you lose bass's shooting and defense. Its a tough call, I think bass is a better jump shooter and defender but Sully is a better rebounder and passer. At the end of the day its irrelevant who the starter is cuz both are gonna plenty of run at 20-25 mpg each. So it doesnt really matter who the starter is. The better ? is who will CLOSE games.
Good points but ID have to disagree on a couple maybe.
Bass being a better defender may be a stretch. Perhaps as a 1 on 1 defender (i dont know) but Bass got lost so many times last season, I couldnt judge him a good defender at all. Jury out on Sully.
Regarding their respective jumpers. Bass has a good one... I've read Sully has a real good one too and with better range. To be honest, Ive only seen parts of the 2 exhibition games thus far and havent seen or heard of Sullys shooting... so maybe some else knows that answer