Collison, Price, Stephenson, Rush, George, Granger, Hibbert, Hans, McRoberts, and possibly Magnum.
Not bad to build on.
Collison and Price - I'm not as huge on Collison as some of you (although some of you aren't as huge on Price as I am) But I think we can all agree, that the PG position is more than likely in good hands, between the two of them. As I posted before, if they are equally good, we trade one. If one's clearly better than the other, one's the backup and one's the starter. Pretty simple. Our offense can now be completely geared to PnRs, and also we have a fast paced/half court option here. Collison clearly prefers the up and down game. Price, although he can play both well, actually prefers the half court game, which I know we didn't see much...Anyway, I think the PG answer is in there.
Stephenson/Rush/George - more than likely a SG of the future there, with some solid versitile players. George and Rush can slide over to the three easily.
Granger as our SF
McBob and Hans - we'll probably need a better PF, but both of these players can be roll players.
Hibbert and Rolle- Center and possible backup.
More importantly, I want to see these guys play together this season.
A lineup of Collison, Rush, George, Granger, Hibbert would probably work out really well. I think Collison having shooters and a good big man in the game would be what he needs to be successful.
I'm interested in seeing Price and Stephenson playing next to each other. That could be a fun option off the bench. Starting a defensive minded backcourt with Collison and Rush, and then bringing in Price and Stephenson to shoot the offense in the arm.
I also wanna see Danny with these young guys. I'd love to see more of the Price/Rush/Hibbert group, that seemed to have a ton of chemistry last season.
Lots of options here, a lot of potential. Good Job Larry