Guarding Green could be a nightmare for two-guards like Evan Turner.
Obviously the key to this plan for Boston is playing the 6'9" Green at the shooting guard position. His size and athleticism pose a variety of difficulties for opposing defenders. Last night he was the game's leading rebounder (10) and shot blocker (4); but also displayed his quickness by repeatedly taking the ball to the hole for an assortment of layups, dunks, and one spectacular finger roll. He's shown some range as well, knocking down 40% (8-20) of his three-point attempts this preseason.
I'm curious to see how often Doc actually uses this "big" lineup going forward, but it's definitely an intriguing option to have with a healthy and effective Jeff Green.