I think Theis is a pretty good match to that type of player. He’s a limited player but has performed well based on advanced metrics. I’m hoping he sees an expanded role this year. Of course, that doesn’t really change the core point. We had a front court then that, while not star-studded, was led by two very good and very underrated players in Olynyk and Amir Johnson and Sullinger was briefly a very effective player too. We only realistically have one guy who looks even capable of giving us that sort of performance this year and any positive is likely to be offset by Kanter unless Stevens’ magic returns with a vengeance or Williams makes a big leap in his second season.The thing missing from this team are all those frontcourt role players you mention who understand defensive schemes and have high BBIQ's. We really don't have an Amir, or an Olynyk, or even a Sully. This presents an enormous defensive hole amongst our bigs to go along with Kemba's defensive struggles on the perimeter.