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Myck Kabongo PG, 2013 NBA DRAFT

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A topic that was brought up earlier tonignt was about Myck Kabongo and our PG position by 'me'. The PG position is not a need, but I really believe that we can upgrade the spot. Both Kemba and Sessions have played great so far this season but I just dont see the two as (1) a PG who can take total control of the offense, (2) a game manager, and (3) one who can pick defenses apart. Sessions imo does a better job controlling the game than Kemba. From the look of it, its looking like we're not going to end up with a high pick. Next year class looks very weak as of right now. If we pick near the bottom of the lottery pick (top 12 protected Chicago) I wouldnt mind taking Myck Kabongo. Hes to me is closer to a pure PG as to that he's a very good passer and an overall better PG. Kabongo gets a lot of comparison to Rondo, but he's actually a better shooter/scorer than Rondo when coming out, and he'll eventually get better at it.

I love Kemba and have always been a fan of him since his UCONN days, but I would not be oppose to the possiblity of trading him and having a back court of Sessions/Kabongo and developing Myck into the future PG of this franchise. Kemba lacks the size and sometimes he struggle guarding his opponent. His game is purely based on his speed alone.

I believe a guy like Kabongo can benefit and help MKG into a better offensive player for the future.

MYCK KABONGO PG, TEXAS 6'2" 180lbs

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Kemba is having one of the best seasons in the NBA and you want to trade him?

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excuse what chuck says, hes an idiot.

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Lol I mean, I really do respect everyone's opinion, but Kemba has been ballin out this year. He's become my 2nd favorite player next to Kobe.

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Nominee for worst thread in bobcats forum history.

You don't trade a guy who is becoming a proven asset at a position for a guy who at his best COULD provide a similar impact. Son of a bitch. Come on, man. You should know better than to want to trade our best player for a draft pick. How'd that work out with Wallace?

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excuse what chuck says, hes an idiot.

Hey newb I think it's time you watch your mouth around here

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Kemba lacks the size and sometimes he struggle guarding his opponent. His game is purely based on his speed alone.

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Kemba is having one of the best seasons in the NBA and you want to trade him?

Sure I wouldn't mind. I love the kid but his size and defense is going to struggles once he start to play against bigger PG.

Sessions game would evolved larger if he was the no.1 PG for this team. Kemba depends on his speed alone. And a lot of the game this year, Sessions set Kemba up for big game. Kemba plays well when both PGs are on the court. Kemba struggled in the begginng of the game last night until Sessions came in and change the pace of them game.

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Trust me. Kemba struggled being guarded by Teague in the game. Teague outplayed Kemba last night. Sessions was the better PG yesterday. Do you watch any game or just going by stats?

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Watched every game. Ask any NBA analyst if they think Charlotte should get rid of Walker and draft a new PG. Pick one. Any one.

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Why you would want to trade our leading scorer is beyond me.

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Why you would want to trade our leading scorer is beyond me.

Telling me you work for the Panthers is beyond me

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