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Thanks. Here are my notes on the roster, explaining the asterisks and cross.
* I expect George Hill to start at PG and back up Paul George indefinitely. I'm kind of banking on something happening that sends Paul to the starting SF role, George to the starting SG role, and DJ Augustin starting PG. Until then, I expect that much for George, DJ, and Paul.
** I think Lance is going to get the primary back-up SG minutes, until he or Green have proven otherwise that Lance does not deserve it. In this case, I simply switch those two between opposing rows (Green moves up one, Lance moves down one). Orlando will sit below both of them until proving otherwise. He won't distribute enough to even promote being high on the PG rotation.
† As I've stated before, I do believe that Plumlee might already be better than Hansbrough on several levels, so instead of waiting to see what comes of that rotation, I'll just go ahead and state that Plumlee will be PF'ing over Hansbrough right off the bat. Pendergraph backs up Hansbrough just because he's still a huge question mark, and Hansbrough at least has shown SOME form of being able to do something. If, as some have speculated, Hansbrough is moved, Pendergraph steps up right behind Plumlee.
Not marked: Mahinmi rocks that back-up 5 spot like a boss, playing a long, athletic wall of defense next to Plumlee on the court.
Of course Augustin has to earn the starting spot, but I like him starting because he's more of a traditional point than Hill. Hill would be the first player off the bench and get starter's minutes at the 1 and 2.