Zach Lowe wrote today "their new starting lineup with Booker has allowed nearly 110 points per 100 possessions." Here's the article, its also a good analysis of the new Booker: http://www.grantland.com/story/_/id/10253152/the-3rd-annual-how-guy-relevant-all-stars
But my point is the experiment should end I think. It'll probably take a few more games cause Wittman's such a slow reactor, but still. We know our starters with Nene is one of the best five man units in the league (net plus/minus-wise I think), so we are switching from that to the worst defense in the league (small sample size I know).
But I just don't think that drop off is worth it to have a real 6th man. We can still play him like 27 minutes a game, but with the starters. They look lost without him. Also him and Gortat have that chemistry thing going on but Wittman has really had to play them separately to always have one good bigman on the floor; this has caused Gortat to struggle...
Porter looks like he could play some solid minutes, and we're fairly healthy now. Beal could have his minutes limit taken off, I think I read he said he feels fine. Bench will survive with the starters still staggered, but Nene has to start, for the starters sake.