Possible eventually, if he keeps developing. But barring an unpredictable breakout year, no, not this year.
I think we didn't pursue a starting-caliber SF because we knew we were a lot more tied down this offseason compared to the last two, and decided that filling the gap at C was more important. It's a lot easier to get by with a rotating cast at SF than at C, as we saw last year. All we really need from the SF spot is 3&D, and from the later moves we made it's obvious we're just going by committee with that in the hopes of being "good enough" this year there. We can figure out the SF spot next offseason
This post was edited on 7/20 at 9:55 pm