Did Bobcats drop the ball on "drafting BPA" and "collecting assets"?
I watched Higgins and Cho in the press conference last night. I watched Dunlap in the interview on espn's draft program.
They kept talking about how MKG fits positional need. They kept talking about how he fits the system they want to implement. They kept talking about his intangibles, the fact he's a winner, leader, etc. (I don't recall if those were the exact words. But that was the gist.)
Does anyone here think that the Bobcats got a little too caught up in making the second pick in the draft "fit" with the worst team in the nba??
Does anyone here think that the quality of our draft selection should have been more important than whatever "system" our current, unproven coach is trying to implement? Dunlap could be gone in a year for all we know. There's not yet much proof he can handle nba egos as a head coach.
MKG will be way better than DJ Augustin, but this reminds me of when LB ordered drafting DJA instead of Brook Lopez because LB is so caught up in coaching/riding PG's and we needed a second PG on the roster at the time, while not needing a center(Brook Lopez) so much.
See how that worked out.
Did we lose sight of the big picture here??