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Why are we leaving the plan?

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I feel like we have suffered as a Buzzcats fan for the last several seasons, waiting for an opportunity that we could have next season. 

 

Imagine, if the Supersonics blew their load and and got impatient and never got their chance at Kevin Durant? 

 

We have been on a path since the blowing up of the playoff team.  I loved the plan.  I feel like it makes perfect sense for a team in our situation.

 

Signing Al Jefferson and J.R. Smith type players would be great starting in the 2014-2015 season.  

But not now, not since we have all waited for the opportunity to have a franchise player.  

 

Signing these guys now makes us competitive for the next 2-3 seasons.  

Getting Wiggins, Parker, Randel, makes us possible contenders for the next 10 seasons. 

 

Imagine if the Panthers had signed some middle of the road Quarterback before or during the 2-14 season, and we lost our shot at Cam Newton?  

 

Stay. The. Course. 

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Because the plan isn't working.

 

Plans either work, or don't work. 

 

The plan is not over yet. 

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Can we merge threads like this into the other 50 where people talk about "the plan"?

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Plans either work, or don't work.

The plan is not over yet.

Timetable for this and building a team takes time. I agree. But the plan isn't Working. So therefore u need to inject talent in the lineup. So why wait until next year when nobody of Jefferson's caliber would sign anyways if we can just get him now

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Can we merge threads like this into the other 50 where people talk about "the plan"?

It's a valid discussion Zax. The other thread referring to any kind of plan was focused more on the actual FA signings and whether we should or not.

I think it's good we as Buzzcat fans have something to argue about. Should be exciting either way.

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I feel like we have suffered as a Buzzcats fan for the last several seasons, waiting for an opportunity that we could have next season. 

 

Imagine, if the Supersonics blew their load and and got impatient and never got their chance at Kevin Durant? 

 

We have been on a path since the blowing up of the playoff team.  I loved the plan.  I feel like it makes perfect sense for a team in our situation.

 

Signing Al Jefferson and J.R. Smith type players would be great starting in the 2014-2015 season.  

But not now, not since we have all waited for the opportunity to have a franchise player.  

 

Signing these guys now makes us competitive for the next 2-3 seasons.  

Getting Wiggins, Parker, Randel, makes us possible contenders for the next 10 seasons. 

 

Imagine if the Panthers had signed some middle of the road Quarterback before or during the 2-14 season, and we lost our shot at Cam Newton?  

 

Stay. The. Course. 

Wrote this in the to sign or not to sign thread....

 

summary: Without signing anybody we will probably be picking in the 7 - 10 draft position for 2014 unless we get lucky in the lottery. We haven't been lucky so far soooo the FO decided what is better Al + SG in FA this year or draft pick 7-10. After looking at the draft, they probably decided that FA is better.  

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I simply disagree with the premise that if we stick we the team we have at the moment, that we would be picking from 7-10. 

 

The team as it stands is easily a 1-5 pick. 

 

Bomb this season, make a deal sometime this season to get another asset for the future. 

 

Just wait one more year, then go all in on the 2014-2015 season.

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Talking about patience and letting a "plan" play out reminds me of Marty Hurney and that BS he would say every year.  What good is a plan if you're always in wait-and-see mode?  It's the way to say that what you've been doing, who you've been drafting/signing, and your coaching staff, hasn't been working out. 

 

Fans want their team to win, the sooner the better.  At least to be competitive night in and night out.

 

I say if you can get talented free agents who actually will sign a contract to play in Charlotte, do it.

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Talking about patience and letting a "plan" play out reminds me of Marty Hurney and that BS he would say every year. What good is a plan if you're always in wait-and-see mode? It's the way to say that what you've been doing, who you've been drafting/signing, and your coaching staff, hasn't been working out.

Fans want their team to win, the sooner the better. At least to be competitive night in and night out.

I say if you can get talented free agents who actually will sign a contract to play in Charlotte, do it.

Yep exactly.

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