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carolina-chuck

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

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Who's going to score in that squad though? Kemba?

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If we hire Jerry Sloan, I think he will make Kemba a top 10 point guard in the league for years to come.

I say this because Sloan has coached arguably four of the top 50 point guards in NBA history in Reggie Theus, John Stockton, Mark Jackson, and Deron Williams.

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If we hire Jerry Sloan, I think he will make Kemba a top 10 point guard in the league for years to come.

I say this because Sloan has coached arguably four of the top 50 point guards in NBA history in Reggie Theus, John Stockton, Mark Jackson, and Deron Williams.

Never going to happen for Kemba. Not that it matters for the Bobcats, anyway. Like I said. As soon as he gets a chance, Kemba is gone. He'll do all he can to end back up in NY.

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Never going to happen for Kemba. Not that it matters for the Bobcats, anyway. Like I said. As soon as he gets a chance, Kemba is gone. He'll do all he can to end back up in NY.

How'd you know NY going to want him?

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How'd you know NY going to want him?

The point is Kemba isn't staying in Charlotte. He's too "bright lights" to do so. Doesn't matter whether NY wants him or not. He's going to try to go to a team in that region, and almost certainly end up on one of them when he does. I don't know whether he'll be considered a "bust" or a beast by then. Either way, he won't be in Charlotte when he gets a chance to bounce.

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Never going to happen for Kemba. Not that it matters for the Bobcats, anyway. Like I said. As soon as he gets a chance, Kemba is gone. He'll do all he can to end back up in NY.

I think that will depend quite a bit on the state of the Bobcats at that point in time.

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I think that will depend quite a bit on the state of the Bobcats at that point in time.

Nah, it won't. Charlotte isn't NY, or anything like it. Not big-time enough for Kemba.

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I disagree, these young guys for some odd reason really like playing for Jordan so I think Kemba stays.

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I disagree, these young guys for some odd reason really like playing for Jordan so I think Kemba stays.

You hope he stays. If young guys liked playing for Jordan, they wouldn't have been 7-59 this past season. I don't see a whole lot of free agents saying Charlotte is where they plan on ending up other than guys like Seth Curry who would want to regardless of who the owner was.

Besides, nothing concerning Kemba Walker matters other than NY. That's where he'll be, if he can be.

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You hope he stays. If young guys liked playing for Jordan, they wouldn't have been 7-59 this past season. I don't see a whole lot of free agents saying Charlotte is where they plan on ending up other than guys like Seth Curry who would want to regardless of who the owner was.

Besides, nothing concerning Kemba Walker matters other than NY. That's where he'll be, if he can be.

I said young guys, not all guys like playing for Jordan and it helps if you put a team on the court that could beat a high school team.

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