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Hornets pick up option for Cho, will be GM next season. Just shoot me now.

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SOJA    5,411

Cho is not the problem, Jordan is. 

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nctarheel0619    7,111
3 hours ago, rhyslloyd said:

Unfortunately, Michael Jordan might be the worst thing that could have happened to this franchise.  He is absolutely clueless.  Surprisingly, a lot of folks would love to have him as majority owner of the Panthers.  No thank you. Please stay away.  

 

Hopefully, he figures out that he doesn't know poo about football.  He would make no moves, I'm wishing here.  

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AppHeel    228

Ironically Jordan and Cho is a far superior combination than any of the previous ownership and gm combos. Especially this second go round. Fug shinn and Johnson


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Shocker    767

Just dont get this, he must have some dirt on Jordan or something...makes no sense.

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TheMaulClaw    1,395

I'm not sure what happened with Cho.  In his first few seasons he seemed to have things going in the right direction. I'm not sure what changed after our playoff series with Miami.  It just seems like the abstract has taken over, and I don't see any relevant strategy in his decisions anymore.  Which tells me, he's not good at evaluating talent.  It doesn't take a great scout to understand that Kevin Durant is good (Cho's claim to fame). 

Either way I"m looking forward to seeing something other then low level lateral swaps with bad cap implications.

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I'm not sure what happened with Cho.  In his first few seasons he seemed to have things going in the right direction. I'm not sure what changed after our playoff series with Miami.  It just seems like the abstract has taken over, and I don't see any relevant strategy in his decisions anymore.  Which tells me, he's not good at evaluating talent.  It doesn't take a great scout to understand that Kevin Durant is good (Cho's claim to fame). 
Either way I"m looking forward to seeing something other then low level lateral swaps with bad cap implications.

Cho has been one of the worst general managers in the league. He has made decent trades from time to time but his drafting mistakes cannot be overlooked.

The 48 win team was a flawed construction job, he built it with numerous expiring contracts, an absolutely inexcusable offense.

Cho must go!


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