Sorry for the LONG post. Really interesting question to me and I got on a roll.
One thing we saw before Davis went down was Monty getting Holiday/Evans/Gordon/Anderson/Davis on the court in every quarter. This is smart and the best way to go. I don't think it matters if Aminu starts, but he needs minutes as a 4. Against most benches, there is no behemoth post player- it can work. Plus the Anderson/Aminu lineup has been pretty good the last two years. (I'll post lineup data below)
Ideally I think Holiday/Gordon/Aminu/Davis/Smiht is good as starters. Sub out Smiht and Aminu with Anderson and Evans at the 6 minute TO. Let those guys play. Bring in Morrow before the quarter ends for Gordon. Start the 2nd with Aminu in for Davis and Rivers/Roberts for Holiday.
Bench unit of Rivers(Roberts)/Morrow/Evans/Aminu/Anderson is intriguing to me. That unit appears to have a nice mix of talents as a bench unit. You can still come back with Smiht or even Amundson/Steimsma if you need a big body.
I like keeping Evans/Anderson on the bench because it is an easy way to boost a pitiful bench. They are the anchors to what is a disastrous collection of talents otherwise. And we've seen that they can get ~20 mpg or more with their Final 5 (Frack Me!) assembled if they want.
Here is Aminu lineup data with Anderson, Davis, and Evans. Ignore Amundson.
And 3 Man lineups with Aminu/Anderson/Evans and Aminu/Anderson/Davis. Obviously SMALL SAMPLE SIZE, but is promising.
Just for kicks, here is last year's lineup data with Aminu/Davis, Aminu/Anderson, and then all three.