I think the common thought that has picked up steam is that our main weakness is a guy to guard the guys who step out when the biggest problem is NOT HAVING a guy who can step out FOR US. THAT is what what makes Love a great pick. As for guarding the Bosh type, I would love if our coaches really worked with Hollins, b/c he is a great candidate to guard this type of player.
The thing I like about Love is that he gives us another shooter to have in there, ESPECIALLY is Crash is going to play the 3 (where he was less effective for us in large part b/c he can get his shot off better against 4s). If you are going to be effective in the current NBA, you need defense yes, but you need SHOOTING. And this is especially the case if you are going to run primarily halfcourt sets as the Bobcats have. They have building a running team with a halfcourt philosophy. If you are going to play halfcourt ball with mediocre shooting, you will continue to magically look for the pg (who doesn't exist) that somehow runs an effective halfcourt offensive with 1 shooter on the floor (J-Rich). Until the organization gets that, they will continue to be behind the learning curve. Really evaluate the other top teams, offenses, and pgs, and the 2-5 players and tell me which ones run smoothly with 1 shooter on the floor?