Love him already.
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I just wish he was doing all those reps with better shooting form.....
Well shooting may be his weakest skill but he will not have a problem putting up atleast 12-16 ppg IMO. Transition wise the kid is a beast and can absolutely finish at.the rim and take contact because he is so strong. Also he is a good ft throw shooting despite his form. And its not like the kid can't shoot whatsoever, I understand that with his form it will be difficult to create his own shot over people, BUT in he catches it with enough space and.time to square up the kid WILL knock down shots, believe me. I'm a UK fan and whenever he pulled up for an open 3 I was excited, not yelling at the TV. He also can finish in the paint and this will be more difficult in the NBA but I don't doubt that as he gets stronger and smarter he'll be able to do this as well. In three years he'll only be 21 and still developing he CAN became great I just hate that a lot of people aren't giving him a chance.
his defensive game is awsome and he can guard many positions and pits alot of pressure and presence on the guys he's guarding. He will score 8 points a game just by running the floor
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Also, a lot of people here were on the T-Rob bandwagon. He offered a better balance of motor/rebounding AND some offensive skill, but of course he's 2 years older than MKG.
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The problem with the Bobcats is that we continually draft players who need someone better to play off of. Okafor needed a great point guard to get him involved. Felton needed a better arsenal to pass to. Morrison needed an entire offense designed to get him open and a precise PG to deliver perfect passes to him coming off the screen.
Partly it's been bad luck, but we've also made poor choices.
One of these days, the Bobcats will draft a guy who can be "The Man". I know I'll see it. In fairness to MKG, every prospect this year below Davis had question marks. T-Rob seemed like the most NBA-ready guy to contribute on both ends of the court, but we drafted youthful stud potential. MJ IS a gambler.
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