Given Rondae Hollis-Jefferson’s success at power forward last season, D.J. Wilson would probably not be a starter in Brooklyn. However, Wilson’s shooting touch and perimeter-focused game would make him an intriguing fit alongside RHJ. While shifting the starting lineup around would be a risky move given Caris LeVert and Rondae’s success as a forward tandem, the weak spot in that starting lineup was at shooting guard–LeVert’s position during his own college days as a Wolverine. The young trio would be hard to beat on defense, and their offensive skill sets also fit together quite nicely.