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Small-ball is King
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6/18/2019  10:56 AM    LAST EDITED: 6/18/2019  10:58 AM
Let's build this thing right this offseason.

The goal should be to load up on 2-way wing players who can shoot. Use Robinson as the lone big in the lineup amd keep 4 out for spacing. It will give (hopefully) RJB and DSJ space to operate. Knox should be primarily the 4 and we should be prioritizing another wing player in free agency to round out the lineup. KD still fits the following year. But someone like Danny Green, Ariza, Brogdon (if we want to commit a big contract), and Terrence Ross stand out. Dotson can fill in too if needed. Vonleh should be brought back as backup center. He's developing into a nice floor spacing center and shouldn't be let go. Kornet also is a nice 3rd string center. Let's build this thing to maximize the core young group of Robinson, Knox, Barrett, and Smith, who i expect to be 4 out of the 5 starters on opening night. Randle is a nice player, but i don't see where he fits with Robinson in the lineup.

C Robinson
F Knox
G/F Barrett
G/F 3-and-D wing Free Agent
G Smith

Bench rotation: Dotson, Trier, Vonleh, Ntilikina (or another free agent if he's traded)

Small-ball is King

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