Gary Payton / Derek Fisher
Manu Ginobili / Jeff Hornacek / Craig Ehlo
Chris Mullin / Ron Artest / Mario Elie
Rasheed Wallace / Horace Grant
Bill Walton / Manute Bol
- Started with Walton as he seems like a great guy to build your around offense around. Terrific passing ability from the high post and he was a great defender too. He seemed to have mastered defensive positioning. This is a guy you can build your offense and defense around.
- Two great low-post players in Payton and Sheed and Walton can very much hit the jumpshot to give them room down low.
- Excellent shooter in Mullin who can also run point forward. Magic compared him to Bird sometime in the early 90s because they were similar types on offense and defense. Mully's man defense was bad on the quicker guys but he would look great with Walton and he had quick hands which help in deflections and such.
- Sheed can be a knucklehead but under Walton's leadership, he would play smart, probably. Great defender with his length and good post-up game.
- Manu gives you great offense and underrated defense. He's relentless with his slashing and creativity on offense.
- Artest is the perimeter stopper. Bol the shot blocker or to give Walton a few minutes rest.
- Hornacek can take over shooting and playmaking duties. Ehlo to shut down Jordan like he did in the 1992 ECF (yeah I went there...donít kill me
- Grant to back up Sheed. Good shooter up to 15 feet, good on the boards, garbage guy.
-Fisher to give a few solid minutes. Elie to deliver the kiss of death.