It's hard. Redick probably should play 30 MPG, but Crawford won't be content with playing 18 MPG, but you can't really do 3 guard lineups because it is necessary and your two SF's Dudley and Barnes are good and need minutes and deserve minutes. You can alleviate that by playing Barnes at the 4 in small lineups, but then one of Jamison and/or Mullens is getting less minutes because it is taking backup PF minutes and means that Blake is taking up minutes at C.
Collison is a backup PG that isn't a bad option to play, but even at his lowest, Paul has been at like 34 MPG. DJ needs to be good enough where he's playing more unless the team is most likely not where it needs to be defensively. Blake also deserves minutes and wants to play. We always think of "player needs to be protected" or whatever, but young stars aren't really the ones too happy with coming off the court.
I would go with similar numbers to the OP:
PG: Paul (33-35); Collison (13-15)
SG: Redick (28); Crawford (20)
SF: Dudley (26); Barnes (16); Crawford (6)
PF: Griffin (26); Jamison (12); Barnes (8); Mullens/Hollins (2/DNP)
C: Jordan (29); Hollins/Mullens (11/DNP); Griffin (8)
I don't believe Mullens and Hollins will play every game. Both of them will land at about 13-14 MPG, but they won't play every game, as I think they will be used more situationally. Depending on who plays well, etc, also, Jamison might be the one in that role of getting DNP's. Bullock might at first be a garbage time guy so no point listing him as he might not be in the official rotation, but maybe he will play himself into minutes and that will muddle things in terms of finding him PT.