We have a lot of players who deserve to play.
Fast pace leads to more rebounds and assists and buckets in a shorter period of time, giving more players a decent chance at decent stats in short minutes.
Press to uptempo the game. Take a page from the Hall of Famer Nolan Richardson and the 40 minutes of Hell! (Who ultimately took a page from Red Aurbach / Tommy Heinsohn / Bill Russell)
Rondo, Bradley, Smart can't give ALL ball handlers in the NBA Hell? Everybody plays BALLZOUT in 8 min stints.
Even limited skill players can press and run the floor. (Young, Anthony, Bass, Wallace, Zeller)
Show the NBA 40 minutes of Hell is possible in the NBA! (Because it has been there before at inception)
Boston Celtics are the inventors of pressing ang running opponents into the ground relentlessly to the tune of 8 STRAIGHT CHAMPIONSHIPS!!!!!
Backcourt rotation:Rondo + Bradley play 8min ...followed by Pressey + Smart 8 min...followed by Rondo + Thornton... Halftime...Second half you play the guys who were most successful.
Small Forward rotation: Green plays 8min...then Turner plays 8 min...Wallace plays 8 min...Halftime...Second half you play the guys who were most successful.
Power Forward rotation:Sully plays 8 min...Olynyk plays 8 min...Bass plays 8 min ...Halftime...Second half you play the guys who were most successful.
Center Rotation:Faverani plays 8min...Zeller plays 8 min...Anthony plays 8 min...Halftime...Second half you play the guys who were most successful.
8 minute squad #1 : Rondo-Bradley-Green-Sully-Faverani
8 minute squad #2 : Pressey-Smart-Turner-Olynyk-Zeller
8 minute squad #3 : Rondo-Thornton-Wallace-Bass-Anthony
*(4 minute squads are probably a better breakdown, getting more players on the floor with less "cool off" time, starters should play initial 8 minutes to set the tone)
Leaving the second half open on performance based rotation motivates players to get after it in the 1st half if they want second half minutes. They can lose second half minutes to hungry kids like Smart and Young.