Any basketball league that doesn't have room for Jusuf Nurkic is headed in the wrong direction. He's built his career on massiveness but also a mind as agile as any guard in the league.
Kemba Walker is 30, and small guards tend to age in dog years. This is partially because they get knocked around more violently than guys the size of Kawhi Leonard, but also because they need all their athleticism in order to survive.
Jamal Murray himself often looks like he's guessing at what kind of night he's going to have. Intention and outcome doesn't line up perfectly for anybody, but with him the variance pitches past the axes of the chart.
It's been a tumultuous couple of years for Victor Oladipo, who burned out almost as quickly as he rose to prominence.
Despite historical evidence to the contrary, some argue this strain of superstar liberation is novel and it's here to obliterate the league.