SSOL will still be used by us. Even if it isn't the end'all'be'all of how our team plays.
Ideally, sure, a pure SSOL team will have players who excel in full-court, run like gazelles, are crisp distributors, and can knock down 3s when need be.
Only a fool would have players who simply can't do these things -- or just excel at others -- play this precise way. But you can have players who excel in iso, posting up, half-court...and still benefit from a SSOL philosophy. It doesn't mutually exclude their given skill set -- it should simply diversify it and compliment.
The above type of SSOL team would be a cookie cutter mold; which actually SSOL is the antithesis of. Even if it's best and most readily exemplified by *a* breed of player; it's not exclusive to it.
Pre-Melo we were doing quite well regardless, with a more smothering SSOL team -- SSOL took a greater precedence on our team, in molding our players, because the players we had weren't that great, and our very incomplete team had a brutal lack of star power on top of things.
I'd say it did pretty damn well in that regard. As it did in PHO.
And I'd suspect SSOL to keep doing it's thing, even if it takes a "backseat", and as our team itself grows in the caliber of our players.