Exactly. What they try to do is play two combo guards and three versatile forward. Finding guys that can defend 3 positions with a variety of skills that compliment each other. The challenge is the same: can you find the right guys.teach and develop them and beat the other teams trying to do the same.Important to remember that modern day basketball is as close to 'positionless' as it's ever been. Meaning it doesn't really matter if you see him as a '3' or a '4', because he's one of several forward/wing players we will have on the roster.
Baylor just won a national championship using a rotation of 3-4 guards and 4-5 forwards on the team who all saw meaningful minutes - they were never concerned with with forward was a '3' and which was a '4'.