sure, call them what you like..Just make sure the 5 on the floor play well together, know their roles and match up.Horford is clearly an exception and a guy who can play both roles. It's why he was great. Most guys are a big, wing, or ballhandler. And even Horford played either wing or big by situation.
Worrying about who's going to play 4 is missing the point.
If you stick 4 wings and a point on the floor (Kemba, Smart, JB, JT, GH) they will get roasted. Brad almost always had a 5 on the floor last season. Don't see him playing that line up much at all.
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