LA/(Mcdyess, Wilcox, Bass)/Pendergraph
Obviously this is too much depth and we will not be able to keep everyone happy, but we wait through camp and maybe the first month of the season see how some things shape out (If Webster is healthy, Batum's improvement, Bayless' Improvement etc.). Then we trade any spare parts (Outlaw if Webs is healthy and Cunningham can fill emergency 3 etc) for a future unprotected first round pick or two and a contract similar to Outlaw's (or who ever else we decide we can ship out) for someone who would not be expected to play or contribute on our team. We also would have the option, if necessary, to instead fill in a hole that may have become obvious during camp and into the first month or so of the season (if bayless isn't ready to play backup pg/any injuries). We fill those in by trading our spare parts for someone that would fill a need instead of getting a draft pick or two. The moves made in the offseason could be enough to get us to 60 wins next year and WCF while not jeopardizing our future and still giving us flexibility and assets into the beginning of next season. I think we could get to the 60 wins and WCF because we would have much improved defense by adding Hinrich and Webster and the improvement of Greg and Batum, and improve our overall game due to the overall developments of our other young players. What are your thoughts in this and explain them in the comments.