32 wins last year.
Healthier Granger, +3 wins due to better ability to drive and better lift on shot.
More offense and rebounding from Hibbert, +3 wins.
McRoberts / Hansbrough combo, not Murphy, 0 change overall due to inexperience against the better forwards in the league, negating advantages the rest of the way.
More Collison, less Ford, +2 wins due to extra scoring from the point once Collison finally adjusts to the system with less PnR and also figures out where other players like to receive the ball, reducing turnovers.
If Price plays significant minutes at the point (unlikely) could mean +2, but I am saying 0 change.
New guy adjustments, as usual, coupled with learning PnR before possibly abandoning it, -2 wins.
Less Rush, less defense, but more scoring potential from George in spot minutes overall, but only in second half of season when he gets fully adjusted, -1 win.
More Dunleavy, but only effective for first half of season, 0 change.
Remainder of current roster = irrelevant for this discussion, 0 change.
So, 32 + 3 + 3 + 0 + 2 + 0 - 2 - 1 + 0 + 0 = 37 wins, missed playoffs, 13th pick that should be added as sweetner in TJ Ford deal at the deadline for a young pf / center who can set picks for Collison and Price in PnR for the future.