Asik - T-Rob (T-Rob's rim protection and rebounding is much better than Greg Smith's despite his height)
D-Mo - Parsons - Delfino
Parsons - Delfino - Garcia
Harden - James Anderson - Lin/Beverley (Anderson needs more minutes, McHale should give him a chance)
Lin - Beverley - Brooks (sub Lin out early because I want Lin back in while Harden rests)
Can you put this into a minutes breakdown...this is more of a depth chart
I'll just give a basic explanation because the minutes would change depending on the circumstances, for example, I liked that Asik got alot of minutes that important game against the Warriors, although he was noticeably tired the next game against Toronto so he needed more rest that game.
I want T-Rob to only play behind Asik because of 2 reasons:
1. It's more synergistic if he is paired with a shooter at all times, so don't have T-Rob and Asik or Greg Smith on the floor at the same time unless we learn to how run the same plays Denver runs with their bigs.
2. He protects the rim and rebounds better than Greg Smith, and it's not even close.
At the 4, I want D-Mo to get the bulk of the minutes unless he's getting abused by a quicker opponent, in which case Parsons or Delfino should step in his place.
At the 3 keep it the way it is.
At the 2, James Anderson should be the only back-up, because unless there's something I don't know he's a good player who deserves this role.
Either Lin or Harden should be on the floor at all times, Lin and Harden's minutes should be distributed the same way Lebron's and Wade's are. Beverley fills in the gaps at the 1.