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people dont appreciate greatness. We have 3 all-stars on this team, and one rookie who will be in the rookie all star game. This is a good team and would be stupid to throw it all away for some draft picks.anyways... noone good in this upcoming draft. charlotte is trying to trade their lottery pick desperately because its worthless. Cody zeller will be a bust, and nerlens noel will be a defensive role player because he isnt the best on offense. everyone else sucks in the lottery.the next big draft could be the 2014 draft which could have shabazz, parker, wiggins, johnson, towns jr., the harrison twins, etc. thats 7 potential future all stars alone off the top of my head.
Lottery picks are not a sure sign of success , probally more times than than not its a huge fail...look at the Bobcats. Danny should /will take a more methodical approach to rebuilding .Seems to be attitude and effort issue with several players. I think DA will address this eventually.
Quote from: SHAQATTACK on January 22, 2013, 08:57:23 AMLottery picks are not a sure sign of success , probally more times than than not its a huge fail...look at the Bobcats. Danny should /will take a more methodical approach to rebuilding .Seems to be attitude and effort issue with several players. I think DA will address this eventually.The Bobcats aren't the best example to use because they haven't really had high picks.2012 - 2 - MKG2011 - 9 - Walker2010 - no first rounder2009 - 12 - Henderson2008 - 9 - Augustin2007 - 8 - WrightNow obviously they missed on some of those and it is clearly too early to tell with MKG, but generally you don't get franchise type players from the position (aside from 2) that Charlotte has been drafting in. That is the problem with Rondo in my opinion, he is too good to keep Boston from being truly bad, but not good enough to be one of those gold medal type superstar franchise players. Boston either needs to move Rondo and start over or figure out a way to get 2 or 3 all star level players next to him in his prime (Pierce and Garnett do not count as they are clearly on the downside and aren't the players they were even a year ago, esp. Pierce).