Change in winning % from 2011-12 to 2012-13:
Obviously, it's hard to maintain perspective during the middle of the season when the losing streaks are adding up...but the overall talent level on the team is improving.Code:Team CHG Brooklyn 0.251 Golden State 0.229 CHARLOTTE 0.125 New York 0.117 Denver 0.112 Miami 0.095 Washington 0.069 Memphis 0.058 L.A. Clippers 0.056 Houston 0.049 Toronto 0.037 New Orleans 0.028 Oklahoma City 0.019 Sacramento 0.018 Milwaukee 0.011 Portland 0.005 Cleveland -0.006 Indiana -0.008 Minnesota -0.017 San Antonio -0.018 Utah -0.026 Detroit -0.046 Dallas -0.051 Atlanta -0.068 Boston -0.072 L.A. Lakers -0.095 Philadelphia -0.127 Phoenix -0.205 Chicago -0.213 Orlando -0.317
The crazy thing about the "Cho-proach" the Bobcats have taken is that a similar improvement next year still means adding another top10 pick.
1-3 pick no doubt
Cheers for the info, I would have never assumed we were third in this regard.
In terms of draft picks, looking at Detroit and Portlan's percent makes me giddy inside.
As a huge Bobcats optimist and massive Cho/MKG/Biz supporter...
That stat is pointless to our team. We improved a little, sure. But when you're the worst team (statistically) in the history of the NBA, improving at a rate higher than anyone else in the league (especially with adding a #2 pick) shouldn't be that difficult. I mean...we won 7 games last year. Even in a lockout-shortened season, that is beyond pathetic. And even with the 3rd highest "improvement percentage", we're still leading the charge for worst team in the league.
Sorry to be a debbie downer. I actually like the way we're progressing! But that's not the statistic I would use to defend the team.
It takes time for a young roster to really develop and get a winning attitude which is why we are showing signs of imrpovement but are atill lacking in alot of areas.
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