Lets assume that Danny wants to primarily showcase players he wants traded ASAP and has no incentive to to rush players back from injury.
In this case, I see Stevens giving lots of minutes to everybody from top to bottom of the bench and experimenting with players and positions for future development.
PG - Bradley
SG - Crawford (with minutes to Lee and Bradley).
SF - Green (with BIG minutes to Wallace)
PF - Bass
C - Hump
PG: Assuming Danny holds Rondo out at the start of the season to make sure the knee is strong, I don't see any benefit of starting Pressey. He is only a place holder. I do see value in giving Bradley a chance to try the point without the pressure of last year and within a new system. Who knows? Nothing to lose.
SG: With Bradley at PG, Crawford and Lee get primary minutes at SG. Crawford can put up lots of points and could be an attractive trade for a team that needs offense from the outside. As it is now, Craswford is barely worth a second round pick. We need to showcase him. When Crawford is gone, Brooks, Lee and Bradley settle back in.
SF: Since we really only have Green and Wallace, they both get plenty of time. Green to hone his consistency and Wallace to showcase for a trade.
PF: Bass was the starter last year. He will not be with the team next year. He needs showcasing. Sully eased back into the lineup slowly to make sure his back is fully healed, and Oly eased into the lineup slowly for development.
C: Hump and Fav. Don't see much reason to let Oly get eaten by the lions. Wait till he gets his feet wet before we try him at center, other than situational.
End of Season line up (after trades):
PG - New Player from trade (or Rondo) / Presey
SG - Bradley / Lee / Brooks
SF - Green / new player from trade
PF - Sully / Oly
C - New player from trade / Oly