I think the premise of the OP was to have the guys who are defensive specialists with limited offense versus a team that is primarily offense with poor defensive skills. Your defensive team has players that can produce offensive, possibly better in terms of chemistry over your offesive selections. Maybe the teams were poorly picked but it's a good concept.
Jefferson should not be on that list, for sure. He is a good man to man defender in the post, hes just not an elite help defender, but he puts effort in. He averaged 1.5 blocks per game. I remember last year when he was breaking out, he dominated Duncan on both ends in the 4th quaerter and almost led a team of scrubs over the Spurs.
Take the 10 best offensive players from any era and match them up against the 10 best defensive players of any era and the O team wins in close, low scoring contests because scoring points is how you win.
The 10 best defensive players won't be able to score more than the O team even though they will cutback their scoring. The best defensive players with exceedingly few exceptions are not great scorers.