On the other hand, a case can be made that Cauley-Stein might be best suited to come off the bench and play a majority of his minutes in lineups that are dominated by Russell, like the beginning of the second and fourth quarters. By playing alongside Russell, the two players would be able to do what they do best, run constant high-ball screens and pick-and-roll actions. In this scenario, Cauley-Stein might come in at the end of the first quarter for a couple minutes to play with Curry and Green, and then start the second quarter to team up with Russell for a long run.