Sorry, I disagree with you and agree with Pho. It's better to have good wings than good big guys. Especially big guys with very limited range or inability to defensively switch onto smaller players.
To be clear, I see an important distinction between traditional paint-focused big men like Bamba, Gobert, Drummond, Adams, etc, and do-it-all big men like AD, Jokic, Marc Gasol, etc.
A do-everything big is one of the most valuable pieces you can have on your team. Horford, in some sense, is that kind of player. He's got a hand in everything the Celtics do. The team basically runs through him.
Bamba is not that kind of big man, in my opinion. The rim running / rim protecting / board grabbing big man, though still valuable, is less crucial and more easily replaced than ever before.
This is a really good distinction.
In general, this is true of every position. Guards, Wings, and Bigs that can do-it-all are more valuable than single-talent players.
Jaylen projects to be a player than can do everything (I'm actually pretty high on his passing one day -- maybe he won't be elite, but I could definitely see him averaging 3-4 assists).
Bamba doesn't project that way. At that point, you have to ask whether the things that Bamba might do will be elite enough to change a whole game, even if he can't do other things (ala Gobert with rim protection, or Reddick with shooting).
I like Bamba, but I'm not sure he will ever dominate a game, even with his measurables. If he can't do that, and he isn't an all-around player, then he is relatively replaceable.