I think that some of Hibbert's woes might be eased by a double-post offense.
McRoberts is our best candidate for playing the second post alongside Hibbert and should get a dependable 24-28 minutes per game to play it. I don't care if he occasionally slides out to the three-point line for a shot, but his normal position should be in a post position.
Hibbert and McRoberts could each alternate on the high and low positions of the post, keeping the defense honest. This would make it harder for opponents to anticipate and prevent Hibbert's moves.
Hansbrough should get the remainder of the time behind McRoberts, adding variety to the way the double post works, further keeping the defense off balance.
Foster and S. Jones could offer rest for Hibbert.
In this system, I would see the bulk of the assists coming from the point guard and the two posts.
The wings (and point guard) should shoot a mix of threes, mid-range shots, drives, and cutters.
There should be a variety of set plays with multiple options for each play.
What do you think?