It's definitely a good thing. The only way this would turn out bad is if everyone suddenly stops attacking, instead deferring to Rich every time. But, I don't think that'll happen. However, having a priority of attackers is pretty important.
We had a nice balance in the Boston game of going inside and then shooting from the outside, keeping the defense guessing (except for the sick Rich isolation plays). If we do that from here on out, we should be pretty strong. Felton, Wallace, and Carroll should make up the wing shooting if Rich is off.