Rotating, relocating, moving through that semi circle between the baseline and the FT line. Add a baby hook, an across the lane running jumper, a back to the basket pull-up, you name it; an inside game provides spacing, opportunity, an effective (potentially) 2 man game between our best player and best interior finisher as shown in the above set.
I am with you all the way on that.
I've been pining for a P&R between STAT and Melo. 2 players that finish effectively, one at 6'8 and the other at 6'10, both can shoot, both can barrel. It's like having a 12 gauge and shells, but never loading the f'ing thing when it's time to unleash it.
Amar'e is the biggest X factor on this team, but the X's and O's to bring about his success individually/alongside the underrated passer, Melo, are equally as massive.
Woodson, apparently, was the advocator and initiator of STAT working with Hakeem, so please, PLEASE, Woody, get this clicking. D'Antoni was too enveloped in his system and straight ignored the tandem that every other coach would sprunk their pants over adding to their playbook. Woodson's up, and his time - in turn with STAT and Melo's approach - is now. Make it happen.