Are you being intentionally obtuse or are you actually missing the larger point he was making?Zubac literally starts for them at Center... do you even watch NBA basketball? You say I have no clue but compared DO to Paul George and Jayson Tatum... who's the real idiot here?
On the point, the old-school PF position is dying. More and more teams play four perimter guys around a center (which is also getting smaller and more perimeter-oriented for that matter). To say Oturu could play power forward means he'd be sharing the floor with a center - which is just not feasible.
A lot of teams don't even deploy 'stretch power fowards' anymore. They deploy two or three small fowards (which is an archaic way to look at positions, rather they are mostly just labeled wings). Oturu is not a PF in any sense. If that were to be done, he'd ultimately end up cross-matched with guys like Paul George, Tatum, Kawhi and all the guys you think of when you think 'stud NBA wings'. Because small forwards are playing up. The old power forwards are playing up. Centers aren't playing down.
My gawd that shouldn't be a hard concept to grasp. It doesn't matter if Paul George is more of a SG/SF or that Zubac starts. The Clippers start him and he plays 18 minutes per game. When winning time comes around, they are playing him with some combination of Leonard, Morris, Beverly, Williams and Harrel. That means he's somewhere in the 2-4 range if we just need to assign him an NBA Live position.