So I mentioned in the DC thread, that I think one major problem is that Roy Hibbert and DC don't mesh too well.
When the offense revolved around Roy, DC struggled. With the offense revolving around DC, Roy is struggling.
Their traits and faults don't seem to compliment each other. DC and Roy both want the ball in their hands to make plays. DC needs big guys that are good at the PnR. Roy isn't. Roy needs a PG that'll get him the ball at the right time in the right place, and DC isn't good at that. And those two elements are essential to each of their games.
Second, Roy is obviously (in a no **** sherlock kind of way) at his low mentally. Perhaps bringing him off the bench, and going against the other team's backup center, might get him going. It'd be easier for him, and perhaps we can ease in some confidence. Something Roy severly needs.
Third, Brandon Rush, AJ Price, Roy Hibbert, and Josh McRoberts all have very good chemistry, built from last season. Brandon and AJ used to set up Roy in spots he liked, very well last year. (They'd pass it back and fourth, between the two, to set up the angle, and wait until Roy got good position.)
Fourth, Brandon Rush, AJ, Roy, Josh, and Dun all play the motion offense pretty well. DC and Hans would rather not play that. But they play well together, and quite frankly have been more efficient than anyone else.
So I'd suggest this.
DC, PG, Danny, Hans, and Foster.
DC can play the PnR with Hans and Foster, PG can run breaks with DC well, and the interior defense should be pretty decent. I think this combo together just works well.
Then defensively I think that's more improved.
Our bench unit being AJ, Brandon, Dun, Josh, Roy
With Granger obviously filling in at the SF and PF spots on occassion.
And like I said, here we can run the motion offense that JOB has been running since he's got here, since these five know how to run it, and since it benifits Dun, Josh, and Roy. They all have good chemistry and are a good combination. And Roy can maybe get his confidence up against some weaker competition until we move him back to the starting position.
Player combinations has always been a problem. I think this would help quite a bit.