Lack of talent the major HornCats problem…
I’m going to look at players that could have been drafted by the Bobcats in Part 2. I’ll restate, as I said in my first article, that hindsight is always 20-20. This is more of an evaluation of how BCP forum members, myself included, would have done drafting and also a comparison of how the other bad teams did, in the drafts, compared to Rich Cho.
Cleveland, Washington, Sacramento, and Detroit were the only teams that had top ten picks in all three drafts since Rich Cho became the ‘Cats GM. Cleveland had the number one pick in two of those three drafts so one would have to assume they’d have better drafts by virtue of where they picked. Utah, Toronto, Phoenix, New Orleans, and Portland had top ten picks in two of the three drafts. I realize that some of these teams had lottery picks, 11-14, but all four Bobcats picks were top ten so I’m concentrating on the top ten picks from those three drafts. I’ll talk about the two-pick teams in part 3.