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charlotte bobcats Bobcats 1st Round-Pick #2 SF Michael Kidd-Gilchrist

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this wasnt dunlaps choice. this had the scrub cho/mj written all over it. bad bad pick

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I like Gilchrist a lot. He needs to develop a shot and overall offensive game, but everything else is outstanding. Players improve offensively all the time, and if he doesn't he'll still be a good addition, He might not be a superstar, but nobody on the board after AD is a sure thing.

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It fits with what Dunlap is looking for more than you guys realize. If you've listened to anything he's had to say since becoming coach this pick is easy to understand.

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It fits with what Dunlap is looking for more than you guys realize. If you've listened to anything he's had to say since becoming coach this pick is easy to understand.

Dunlap outright, pointblank, plain-as-day stated that he wants a good 3-point shooting team. What in the hell are you slobbing about?

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I think he will be a good pro not a star though. He only scores in transition but plays very good defense.

Next year Shabazz, Noel, Zeller, or JMM? Probably finish worst and get the 4th pick.

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this wasnt dunlaps choice. this had the scrub cho/mj written all over it. bad bad pick

You are surprisingly negative for a guy with a Bright Eyes avatar. Chin up. Sunrise, Sunset, and all of that.

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Dunlap outright, pointblank, plain-as-day stated that he wants a good 3-point shooting team. What in the hell are you slobbing about?

I'm slobbing about the fact that he's spent more time talking about changing the culture of the locker room and focusing on the physicality of the game than he has 3 point shooting. We didn't hire Mike Dantoni, and it damn sure more important to add physicality and leadership than it is to add a three point shooter.

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Dunlap outright, pointblank, plain-as-day stated that he wants a good 3-point shooting team. What in the hell are you slobbing about?

He also said he wanted high energy guys that will tenaciously defend and hit the floor for loose balls every night. It's almost like we'll need multiple players to turn this team around.

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Dunlap sounds like a clown. He just said we drafted a defensive stopper at #2.

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Again. Its about long term. Don't just draft a scorer and watch him struggle on a bad team when you can get a guy like MKG to be hopefully the final piece of the foundation.

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