Two words. Greg Oden.
PG - Devin/Watson/Tinsley/(Ahearn?)
SG - Hayward/Borkes/(Bell/Miles?)
SF - Iguodala/Carroll/Hayward
PF - Millsap/Favors/(Evans?)/Kanter
C - Favors/Oden/Kanter
So basically the rotation would be starters as stated above, then when Ty deems it appropriate, millsap comes out first for Oden to come in and push Favors to his natural 4 spot. This will create more of a kick off of the bench, because Millsap would then come in with the "second unit", and he also gets to start at the 4 like he wants to.
(Just FYI, I only see Oden playing for 18-23 minutes a game, unless we are bent on getting him a career-ending injury)
The only thing about this idea is it struck me that this would be fairly similar to what happened in boston with Perkins. They traded away Perkins to sign shaquille o'neil. It was a heckuva move, had it panned out right. Had o'neil stayed healthy, im sure they would've gone farther in the playoffs. If Oden gets injured like Shaq did, and gets another season-ending injury, then that kills the whole plan. But, this would give Corbin a reason to play Kanter major minutes, and it might give KOC a reason to get Fesenko back! (wink wink, nudge nudge)
Also, personally, I think we should keep Blake Ahearn, and develop him into our 2nd seed PG. We desperately need some 3 point threats. In my eyes, Ahearn is the equivalent of Jimmer, just a few years into the future, at the point where he can hit shots. Hopefully Precious and Alex work on their shots over the summer, and who knows, maybe Carroll could develop his shot as well.
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