In our Championship year, Ben Wallace shot .490 from the line and missed 1.8 FT per game. Sheed shot .704. Tay was at .766. Rip .868 CB .878 Let's say that our theoretical team with Iggy and Smith gets as many FT attempts per game as those 5 and that they do it in the same proportion per position. PG: 5.9 FTA/game SG: 4.4 SF: 1.7 PF: 2.5 C: 3.6 The 2004 team generated 13.8 FT makes per game from the starting 5. The 2014 team would generate the following on the same number of attempts and in the same proportion: Calderon: 5.2 Iggy: 3.2 Smith: 1.7 Monroe: 1.7 Drummond: 1.3 Total = 13.1 If I didn't screw up the math, that theoretical lineup would sacrifice 0.7 points per game to our 2004 Championship squad. If Drummond raised his FT % to 55%, it would be break even. After watching Kobe stymie Lebron last night, I'm leaning toward having both Iggy and Smith with Monroe and Drummond behind them to be a Heat stopping team built to get past game 6 of the ECF. I would say that those 2 guys are the top 2 guys you'd select going forward if you wanted a 2 way player with Lebron containment ability. On offense, you have to gear the team to run off of the turnovers that they would create and to rely on Calderon and Monroe to make something out of the half court game. Calderon seems like a perfect PG to get past the Heat since they are weak at that position offensively and since Jose turns it over so infrequently (so that they have to score on our set half court defense). If it doesn't work, either of the new guys would be tradable and we'd blame it on lack of shooting, not disappointment in our FA pickups.