Let's say we get Miller. This would be our core rotation:
PG - Wall, Crawford, X
SG - Crawford, Young, Bertans
SF - Miller?, Singleton, Booker, Bertans
PF - Kanter, Booker, Seraphin
C - McGee, Kanter, Seraphin
Ten man group, all pretty young: 1 pure point, 1 combo guard and clutch scorer, two wing shooters, one lengthy do it all SF, one perimeter stopper, one defensive forward, one defensive big, one above the rim defender and finisher center, and one post scoring and rebounding big.
The offense runs through Wall it's primary scoring option is Quincy Miller on the perimeter and Kanter in the paint. Kanter plays for defensive rebounds. Javale finishes and plays the ball. Crawford spells Wall and splits time with NY according to the matchups. Bertans comes in for FT shooting and 4th quarter scoring when the defense gets spaced out plus he's offensive injury insurance for the 2s and 3s. Singleton and Booker come off the bench when you need to lock down opposing 2s, 3s, and 4s. Seraphin gives you 6 hard fouls and gives you some grit in the paint.