Nonsense. Klay Thompson is an All-star. Iguodala is an Olympic gold medalist. Golden State was the best team in the NBA because you never knew who not named Curry (or Thompson for all but the Playoffs) might score more than 20 points on a given night. Green, Barnes, Iguodala all had their moments this season. This team had two bona fide stars and a few other guys who could be more than just "role players" on some other teams. By your definition, anyone who isn't a "superstar" is a role player, which is stupid, since even "superstars" have a "role."
No paragraph focusing on them picking MKG at #2 when the team needed a scorer who could shoot, so the article is propaganda and garbage. That move alone has stymied this franchise more than anything else that's happened the last 5 years. Everyone who refuses to acknowledge that is part of the problem. In hindsight, the 2012 Draft should've gone #1 - Anthony Davis, #2 - Damian Lillard...but of course this Charlotte front office probably wouldn't have drafted Lillard over Kemba even knowing what they do today, as passing on Winslow because of MKG indicates.
Of course you could have both, but the Hornets obviously see Winslow as a SF as do most. His height is less important than his frame and skill-set, which fits SF better than SG, and we know MKG can't play SG.