I think we have to consider the 2nd unit as well, when we think of a starting lineup. If Drummond starts, who'll be the backup C off the bench?
Anyway, My starting 5:
Knight, English, Jerebko, Monroe, Drummond
I think we need English motor and perimeter D; Jerebko is a decent athlete and plays with good hustle, he also brings size at the 3 spot; Drummond will be our only inside presence and do all the dirty work for us, he can rebound, block shots and play post D.
Stuckey, Singler, Prince, Maxiell, Kravtsov (or OPTION B: Bynum, Stuckey, Singler, Prince, Maxiell)
I know Bynumite has done pretty well so far as a backup pg. But if we are not starting Stuckey, he'll be our 6th man and will eat up most of the minutes at either 1 or 2. So there really isnt many playing time left for Bynum. And Maxiell has guard size, he wont be playing the 5 in NBA, just too undersized. We need Kravtsov to be ready so that we will have less concern at the backup C off the bench
Option B is going small, with Prince at PF and Maxiell at the C. Thats something i really dont wanna see.
With Drummond starting, the 2nd unit have become trickier