1. Gerald Henderson and Derrick Brown can be trusted with bigger roles next season: It's dangerous to put too much weight on summer-league performances - you're supposed to excel against D-Leaguers - but it was obvious Henderson and Brown are figuring out what it takes to be productive on the NBA level.
I agree with this comment one hundred percent, these two guys deserve some playing time. They both earned All-Summer League Second Team and honestly they could have been named first team but they chose to play as a team rather than playing selfish. Nonetheless, the Bobcats have two good athletes in Henderson and Brown and they deserve some time on the court this year.
2. They'd like to make it work with Darius Miles: It seemed telling that Miles stayed in Orlando, even after the decision not to play him in summer-league games to protect his knees. Miles continued working out with the team in pregame shootarounds. That tells me he's motivated to be a Bobcat and they think he has something left.
Unfortunatley I do not agree, the Bobcats signed Dominic McGuire and with Derrick Brown's performance in Summer League I don't see any room for the large small forward. The small forward position is the only position the Bobcats are truly set at, they need some point guard help and it would not be a bad idea to ad a veteran shooting guard and power forward. Also the Cats need to try and get a better force in the middle. Chandler, Mohammed, Diop, and Ajinca are not part of the future.
I think the easiest way to do this is sign a veteran shooting guard, I would take a look at Larry Hughes and Ronald "Flip Murray". Then get rid of Alexis Ajinca and Tyson Chandler for a "GOOD" center and a decent back-up power forward. Then do what you can with the point guard position, maybe just bring in Sherron Collins and Jeremy Pargo.
3. Alexis Ajinca might never figure how to avoid foul trouble: Over the first four games in Orlando, 7-footer Ajinca committed 22 fouls in 75 minutes, a foul for every 31/2 minutes played. And most of the guys he was matched against will not be in the NBA next season.
I just don't see Ajinca being a productive NBA player. He cannot stay out of foul trouble and his only weapon is his outside jumper, which is pretty good for a big man.
4. Sherron Collins probably deserves a training-camp invitation: Of the guys without jobs, former Kansas point guard Collins seemed to have the most potential, particularly with the Bobcats needing depth at the position.
I like Sherron Collins and I like Jeremy Pargo, therefore I do not have a problem with these guys getting a training camp invite and maybe filling a roster spot at the Bobcats empty point guard position.
5. Nathan Jawai should have shown better: Australian center Nathan Jawai can be an NBA center if he wants it enough. Between his size, quickness and skill, he was the best prospect on the Bobcats roster without a guaranteed deal.
I disagree, lets face it Jawai is just a smaller version of Shaq except he is 15 years younger than him, which is very embarrasing. Jawai is just not athletically capable of performing at the NBA level.
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What do you guy's think? Do you agree or disagree and why?