I believe assist is becoming a overrated stat. It's rare & out of the norm that assist leaders are a integral part of modern day championship teams. I've watched Tony Parker win 3 championships averaging just at or under 6 assist per game. To win, all you need is a PG that is a willing distributor and can dictate the tempo of the game at a controlled pace. Continually bashing Kemba for not being Chris Paul should be equivalent to bashing Hendo for not being Dwayne Wade, MKG for not being Kevin Durant, Tyrus for not being Tim Duncan, and Haywood for not being Dwight Howard. I believe Kemba can help this team consistently win games in the future with his effort & skill set. Despite struggling last season during his rookie campaign, you can argue that Kemba was the Bobcats best player based on PER stats. This is only his second season in the league, so he will have his off games. I'm not saying that he will make this team a contender, but for right now, unless he's a unbearable presence on the floor, at least give him a chance to show what he can do.