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Is Kemba the long term answer at PG?

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I find it funny that Kemba is the best player on this team yet gets called out the most.

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for some odd reason we went away from him down the stretch

Walker: 24 points (10-13), 8 assists, 3 rebounds, and 1 steal.

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I find it funny that Kemba is the best player on this team yet gets called out the most.

being the best player on the bobcats, is not saying much my friend.

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being the best player on the bobcats, is not saying much my friend.

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Maybe so. But why not call out Henderson? Sessions? McRoberts? Jefferson? Everyone on this team has flaws. Why call out the only one who has been able to consistently carry this team?

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Maybe so. But why not call out Henderson? Sessions? McRoberts? Jefferson? Everyone on this team has flaws. Why call out the only one who has been able to consistently carry this team?

 

Because he's not very intelligent.  :stuff:

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Been saying this for a while now. Love him as a person, like him as a player, but dont love him as one. Kemba is not the long term answer in my eyes. He score big at times, but he doesnt "create" or "open" up this offense. He's not a game changer. Kemba doesnt make players around him better, but himself only. As of right now, Raymond Felton is still the best PG to ever played for this franchise.

 

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It really scares me that the people on this board with these insane opinions, when off their computers, are real people with real jobs. That actually scares me.

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I like Kemba, I really really do...I'm not sure he's the PG many people are looking for as a traditional PG.

 

 

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Maybe so. But why not call out Henderson? Sessions? McRoberts? Jefferson? Everyone on this team has flaws. Why call out the only one who has been able to consistently carry this team?

he hasnt carried a team to 30 wins so he isnt carrying much

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he hasnt carried a team to 30 wins so he isnt carrying much

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1) He's on his 3rd coach in his 3rd year in the league.

 

2) His best post player until this year was Byron Mullens.

 

Chris Paul, prime Deron Williams, Tony Parker, etc couldn't lead any team to 30 wins under those circumstances.

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1) He's on his 3rd coach in his 3rd year in the league.

2) His best post player until this year was Byron Mullens.

Chris Paul, prime Deron Williams, Tony Parker, etc couldn't lead any team to 30 wins under those circumstances.

Chris Paul could lead the bobcats to 40 wins

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Chris Paul could lead the bobcats to 40 wins

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Second year Chris Paul with Mike Dunlap as his head coach and Byron Mullens as his #2 offensive option does not win 40 games.

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