Actually, they say Amir is 6'10" or 6'11" now. I posted it in another thread. That's why I was saying we should wait until after summer league to make any moves. We can see if Samb will be good enough to make the team and see if Johnson can give us some quality minutes down low and possibly even play center if needed. They could be solid young backups that have enough length to give other teams problems.
He was the best player on the team that lost in the Euroleague championship. That doesn't mean much though, because Trajon Langdon tore him up. If Langdon isn't good enough for the league, I don't know if Bynum is. It's hard to tell if he has NBA talent yet.
I must say I am really impressed with Samb's growth and I think he won himself a spot on the roster. With that said I think it's very difficult to say he is better than Amir at this point. He only averaged 1 ppg more than Amir and he averaged 2 rpg less. Amir was clearly better on the boards. Also I keep reading about how Amir did so many things well that don't show up on a stat sheet. Apparently, defensively he was a monster and was trapping very well. He kinda sounded like the Ben Wallace before 2005.
I can't find anything on Stuckey except for he only played 13 minutes in the 2nd game against the Clippers and then he didn't play the rest of the summer league, so it doesn't look good judging on that. All of the games can be watched online so I am going to watch that 2nd game.