I think the FO is looking for a true small ball 5. Wagner fits that bill, but he's a rookie, so I don't expect him to log a bunch of minutes. McGee can play in spurts, but I don't think we'll use him for more than 15 minutes either. Which leaves Zu who NEEDS to show some sort of progress this year or he'll be gone. We still have the room exception to sign someone, but the market is pretty dry at the moment. I don't think Brook was an option to come back, as much as we all preferred him. Just listening to the way Rob spoke, he wanted to build fast, athletic, and get shooters. Brook fit the shooting part, but was a below average rebounder for his position and was just way to slow on the breaks. I don't think our PF depth as dire as you many of you suggest. Lebron will probably start there next to Ingram. Then you can slide Bron to the 3 and have Kuz play PF off the bench, or even Wagner. Then you can have Stephenson or even Svi come off the bench for Bron at the 3. KCP / Hart will fill out the SG spot evenly, with Stephenson being able to spot minutes there. Zo / Rondo will take PG, with Hart playing point if needed as well. Pretty close to having a team that can switch at all positions. We just really need a starting caliber small ball center to rebound, protect the paint, and finish open looks. Hell, perhaps we somehow trade Deng and Zu for an expiring one? That would cap off an amazing season of moves. I know Dedmon was a name thrown around alot. Maybe ATL takes Deng, Zu, 19 1st for Dedmon?