I also like the ability for JG and TK to combine for a little high-low post action. TK is comfortable catching in the foul line area and JG can still post on the block. Or JG can stay on the block and Tim can float out to the short corner for that 14-17 foot baseline jumper. I think the JG/TK set-up also allows for more space on the perimeter for the guards. As far as JC guarding the 5, if he starts or comes off the bench he will have either JG or TK at the 5 spot, so I’m not sure that is a concern.
It would be really interesting to see the +/- numbers for various line-up combos.