I honestly don't know if that team in their primes would make the playoffs this year. They have virtually no shooting, Allen is the only competent wing defender, and Bogut and Hibbert, even in their prime, were slow and plodding. Rose and Deron are a terrible starting backcourt (I mean how are they guarding anyone) from a fit perspective. Smith is a black hole. It would just be a terribly constructed team.
I don't even know if you took the best seasons from all those players how good they would be. Certainly not a real contender, but probably a playoff team (though maybe not as I'm not sure those are the best fitting pieces).
They are certainly all trash now but no way you can say that MVP Rose, Utah Deron, 20ppg scorer Monta, D-and-grit TA.... heck even Gerald Henderson was a good player back in the days. Bogus when healthy was really good and Josh Smith was very athletic (although low bball IQ).
I actually think their best versions would be fun to watch.
Surely there are chemistry issues but talent would certainly be there.
It would be, although in their prime Deron could defend, and Dunleavy had some really underrated years as a two way player. Iím not worried at all about Prime Bogut.
But the chemistry is disastrous. Smith, Rose, Deron, Monta, Lawson and Jennings have all caused problems, and Sully and Hibbert have had their desire questioned. Would this be the most uncoachable team of all-time?