As expected with Bird/Marshall at the 3/4 and not the 2/3, rebounding isn't a strength. In fact it's probably a weakness. The hope will be to make up for it in other areas. It also may help that most of my usage is on the perimeter, so people may +1 or +2 my team at times. Undrafted bench players will contribute some solid boards, enough to keep us close in that regard, but it will be a struggle at times (with Bird out, I'll have JR and Roy at the 2/3, and those will be some nightmare rebounding lineups - as low as 28/74, potentially even lower if my undrafted 3rd string PG is in). But whenever Bird is in, it at least shouldn't be terrible - about 31/89 in starting lineup.
I like my efficiency a lot. No real weaknesses in the lineup in terms of scoring; Roy has the lowest efg% at a little over 51. 560+ threes, which is a lot for me. Bird and Roy should shoot by far the most FT of anyone else, and both shoot a pretty good percentage. Defense is pretty solid; will usually have 2-3 80+ defenders in game, although a good chunk of my minutes go to guys with 40-55 defense. Bird and Donyell's defensive flexibility will help, though. Plenty of assists, too, with 70% in the starting lineup. Plenty of usage so shouldn't turn it over much (love Roy's season because of the high usage/low turnover combo). I think we can overcome the rebounding weakness, but don't think I'll be winning 60 again