Luc-Richard checks Kobe. He sort of plays the Tony Allen role, starts the game, plays about 20-25 minutes total, focuses on staying with his man on defense, and on offense moving without the ball and getting layups and curling of screens for open midrange jumpers.
On offense I don't really have the personnel to space the floor for a D'Antoni-style spread PnR offense, so we'll go with a 1-4 flex. My bigs can all screen and shoot midrange jumpers, and Camby can find cutters from the high post. My wings can curl off screens for midrange jumpers, make flex cuts to the basket or free themselves for corner 3s, and Mbah a Moute's limited shooting range doesn't become a liability in the half court. And then you've always got the Nash/Stoudemire screen roll as a safety valve.
On D go with mostly man, occasionally switching up to a 1-3-1 matchup zone (typically when we go small and look to run with Nash, Matthews, Korver, Mbah a Moute and Stoudemire).
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