I think Livers depends on the development of Teske/Davis & on Wagner's ability to stay out of foul trouble.
But working backwards, come the start of the B1G slate:
I think Wilson will see 30-32min/gm
I think Matthews will see 25-30mpg
I think Robinson will 20-22mpg
Wagner averaged 28mpg in B1G regular season play ---- which seems like a good starting point for next season's projections, if he can avoid the type of foul trouble that has limited him to around 22mpg in the post-season tournaments.
That leaves roughly 10-12 mpg for Teske or Davis at backup Center... if neither really proves reliable, that opens the door for more Wilson at Center and by extension gives Livers a run at the Big Wing/4 spot.
The curveball in any of this is the progress of the guards. If the PGs struggle with the system, MAAR may see some run at the PG position, which may have the trickle down effect of sliding Matthews to minutes at the 2-guard and opening up more rotation minutes for the wings.