I've seen this lineup posted a few times and I like it the best. Just 2 things to add:
1. We're going to see more of Hazzard than this thread would indicate. I actually don't like him that much as a player, having a 6'0 SG on the court is obviously something that can be exploited. But he fits our needs really well with his three point shooting and ability to handle the ball.
I wish he was a passer, but outside of Nico he's the most steady ball handler on the team. He will get a lot of minutes just because of that, especially in close games or when the opponent is good at ball pressure.
His ability to make three's off the dribble or spotting up also fills a big need for us. If his shooting translates to this level, that ability will also give his mpg a high floor. Miller has indicated that the game is becoming more about shooters, so despite Hazzard's weaknesses, his strengths fit the lineup pretty well.
2. This is not the same Zeke Nnaji that you see in his youtube highlights. He has completely transformed his body and gained both upper and lower body strength. As a result, he's way ahead of schedule at this point and is looking like a stud in workouts. He's done a great job getting his body prepared, and now his full skillset is starting to show because of it. That's also a great indication of his work ethic.
Nnaji's ability to shoot the 3 will also be huge. He's not Lauri, but he can hit the 3 at a high enough rate to keep defenses honest and provide us a pressure valve when things get too clogged in the paint. His mobility and versatility is going to cause a lot of mismatches, which will help keep in on the floor.