If we get lucky, we can pick one of those right away. There will be solid PG, SF and C available in the draft. If we draft a good prospect at the 1, we can get someone like Granger to play the 3. Some scoring, some defense, solid athletic ability. Useful player, but not a superstar. See what we can get for Pau, if anything, and wait for Love. If all that happens -- you have a contender. Just need to get a center somehow and I don't have a definite idea right now. But if we could get these guys first:
Smart/Marshall/Farmar (I'd always go for 3 PGs no matter what)
? Question mark ?/Sacre.
And then flip the 4-5 into
Now that looks pretty damn good to me. Enough youth and athleticism, solid veteran presence, great offense, solid defense (especially at the 1, 3, and 5 where you truly need it), greatly improved rebounding and good leadership and, finally, depth in case of injury... This is all without getting anything
for Pau. And we have to be able to get something, right? Or he's going to survive again and get signed for peanuts to play the 5 again.