Look, I like the idea of spreading the court out like the magic with perimeter-oriented forwards like tay, daye, and turk, etc...but in order to do that, you need a LEGITIMATE all-around big-man. Someone that can score points inside, get boards, block shots, play d against the likes of Dwight Howard, etc. Boozer, Milsap, Villanueva, etc. these guys might be able to stand up as solid 4's next to good defensive bigs, but if we're talking about having a guy like tay, daye or turk at the 4....those guys aren't going to be enough at the center position. In fact, there's no one on the market this off-season that fits the bill. We either have to make a trade, or save some cap-space for next off-season. It's as simple as that. Amare Stoudemire's name has been floating around lately. It doesn't seem like it, but measurements-wise, he's almost as big as dwight. Chris Bosh doesn't weigh all that much, but he's 6-11, a scrappy rebounder, and a scrappy defender. Tyson Chandler doesn't provide a whole lot on the offensive end, and he might be an injury problem, but he would still be better than nothing. These guys are all free agents next year. Might be a better idea to trade for one and sign him to an extension though. Other than that, I've heard some talk out there about Al Jefferson, Brook Lopez. Any deal we make is going to be centered around Richard Hamilton. Joe-D said he didn't want any drama next season, and Rip has been a serious drama-queen since curry benched him in favor of first ballot hall of famer allen iverson. He'll be immediately replaced by a younger, shorter, better shooting version of himself in Ben Gordon. No problem. The deal could also include Jason Maxiel, Aaron Afflalo, Will Bynum, Walter Sharpe, or maybe even Austin Daye and some of our other rookies, and a whole lot of future picks. We'll see. C: Stoudemire/Bosh/Chandler, Brown PF: Turkoglu, Maxiel SF: Prince, Daye SG: Gordon, Afflalo PG: Stuckey, Bynum ...if we could pull Bosh, that might be a championship caliber-sort of team.