Glad you asked. I won't get too far into advanced stats, but I will throw out some stats right now.
The Suns are 10-2. Earl hasn't played very much, with inflated minutes in both the blowout losses being his only significant minutes this month. Earl collected a high of 10 points and 8 rebounds on 11/12 against the Lakers. For all the flack we gave Earl for shooting 3s every year, the fact he has not taken an ill advised NBA 3 should be considered a win for the Suns. The Suns play the Hornets tomorrow on TNT, so you can tune in and hope for a blow out.
With injuries to Devin Harris and Courtney Lee, T-Will has entered the starting line up. But, numbers for T-Will are downright brutal for the 0-11 Nets. Bad enough that ESPN's player rater John Hollinger has labeled poor Terrence one of his early season disappointments. The one thing that T-Will hasn't struggled with, has been his ability to rebound. He has 3 double digit rebounding games, including back to back 12 board games against Philadelphia and Orlando. T-Will has really been struggling with his shooting, going 9-35 the past 3 games. He scored a high of 15 in the Nets season opener. Due to the Nets having an 8 man rotation in a few games, Williams has played 4 positions. There is a comprehensive write up of how he is fairing, and what his best position is, here.
Here's hoping for more success for the former Card rookies