That is true. But let's be honest, Amare is not what he was when he played for the Suns. Back then he was the second coming of Shawn Kemp and was Blake Griffin before Balke Griffin was Blake Griffin. He is now more a pop and shoot PF and has great range. Lin loves to be aggressive and get those layups. Either the big switching to help has to be quick or Lin can kick it to Amare for 15-18 ft jumpshot over the much smaller guard. This will still be a deadly p-n-r. And it looks like Lin has done well with Tyson with the p-n-r, where Tyson is the aggressor and Lin stays up top to pop j's. D'Antoni found his savior in Lin.