Ok so thinking a bit more about my above post about role players and willing role players, here is an overall team concept.
2 go-to guys, 2 supporting stars, 7 role players, 1 veteran hand. The final 3 categories could each be +/- 1 depending on the mix.
Go-To Guy (2 players)
Speaks for itself. Someone sits at the top of team hierarchy, can you get a bucket in the clutch, and generally fits the team concept - and the balance of the roster.
Supporting Star (2)
A high calibre player who doesn't disrupt the team concept. A great teammate who doesn’t need the ball.
Wow. I could only find two players that really fit this bill. Other suggestions welcome. I think Klay Thompson in a perfect world would be in this category, but he is too injured/ageing, and drops into the 'veteran hand’ category.
Willing Role Players (7)
Must be willing to run a motion offense, shoot, have off-ball and/or playmaking ability, play defense.
Larry Nance Jnr
Veteran Hand (1)
A locker room leader who knows who they are, won’t whine about not playing, but still has seniority to keep the rest of the team somewhat in check. Oddly, I think current Blake Griffin is actually a good candidate here.