Wont happen unfortunately, because young guys have to "earn" their playing time for some stupid reason, but I would love to see: Fox Buddy/Bogdan Jackson Skal WCS as the starting 5 and giving those 6 guys serious court time together. I don't understand why we're going to wait a year to give the future of our team time to develop on the court with each other. We're not going to win games, so to me, I would make giving that unit 600+ minutes of on-court time together and start developing chemistry and cohesion with one another as the biggest priority of the season. Who cares if they make mistakes and are sloppy at times? Let them learn as a unit and grow up as a unit. To me, that's going to lead to MUCH better Kings basketball in 2 or 3 years. That's not to say you just give them free reign; that was the whole point of bringing in the vets. Fox getting wild and screwing up? Go to Hill. Skal making dumb mistakes? Go to ZBO. And you can literally do that down the line for each position. I think that's even more effective development, because you can use those sub outs as perfect opportunities for coaching saying "Ok, you did x, but we need you to do y" sort of stuff. But there's tremendous value in developing them as a unit and getting to used to playing with each other. That's not going to happen if they're being subbed in off the bench one at a time. Also, with another Top 5 pick coming in next season, it would be extremely helpful if we knew which of our young guys played well with each other and look like future starters so we can prioritize in the draft.