First of all, the reason these two are able to co-exist, is the defensive attention they both attract. Teams will have to key in on both players, regardless of who the match-ups and individual defenders are. The one with the less attention, can take the pressure off of the other, and have easier ability and space to create their shots. Itís incredibly hard to to consistently guard both, most especially when they have their shot falling.With that said, there are reasons why co-existence between the two is not possible, or consistent. Whilst Rudy and DeMar both play similar styles, their similar gameplay can clash. Their below average percentages from outside, them having to play within the mid-ranged area, and the post, limits their overall space to create. Teams will not think of them as a threat, Ė especially with their below average shooting Ė or will not have it as their top priority to defend. Not only will that limit Rudy and DeMar, it will close gaps, and passing lanes for their teammates, such as Jonas Valanciunas, and Kyle Lowry. The court will look very small to say the least. But with DeMarís commitment this coming Summer to improve the 3 point shot, Rudy to get healthy and work on his stroke and shoulder, this might be an issue that is addressed as soon as seasonís start.