Forgot your password?
Or sign in with one of these services
This topic is now archived and is closed to further replies.
Zod, January 20, 2009
Posted January 20, 2009
Who are the Bobcats?
Posted January 21, 2009
If your talking about who has the most trade value on the team it's easily Okafor. Interior defense and rebounding are a must have in the league and he's the most consistent of them all. His bad games are usually a double double. His good ones are when he gets 20 and 10 but no matter what his rebounding and defense are a constant that I think it gets undervalued when questions like this are proposed.
Crash is usually our MVP because he does so many things very well and of course is a walking highlight reel. He's learning this year to not gamble as much on defense and it's helping out his overall game.
You could make a case for Diaw because he's made the game so much easier for Emeka, Wallace and Felton on offense and is a big time reason for the improvement the team has made since the trade that brought he and Bell here.
I think Gerald Wallace is the Bobcats best player. He does everything for us. Gets rebounds, block shots, shoots 3s, and plays above the rim. Emeka Okafor is probably the most reliable and might be the most improved this season. I notice Emeka is going to the rim strong with dunks this year where as in the past he would try to lay it up quick and end up getting blocked. He's also our best rebounder. #50 got the big dollars in 08 and he's stepped up big for us this season.
I say Okafor. He has really played well and is the most valuable because of his defense, rebounding and lately his scoring.
Wallace would be a close second.
The best is G Force hands down. It is not even close. After that, go with Oke and then Diaw.
Oak Tree then Wallace and Diaw; but all three (IMO) could be switched among themselves. They are our "Big 3." Maybe Augustine one day or Felton if he can stay consistent and stay in charlotte.
The awnser is nobody. That's a Larry Brown team, they pick each other up when 1 is having a bad game, etc. That's how we'll start winning. But, this season Okafor has stepped it up big time, giving him some decent bigs to help him out have obviously upped his game. Wallace the previous years though, and he would be THE guy if he didn't' get hurt a lot.
Started 15 hours ago
Started 4 hours ago
Started Friday at 03:29 AM