Here is the thing, I know its quick to react.
But NBA and College are apples and oranges and almost 2 different sports.
Little's game fits much better in the NBA. NBA is more like these HS AAU etc ball. Which you saw Little Dominate.
He came to UNC. Who already had one of the best players in the country at the 3 and a AA at the 4. They litterally tried to work him into the 4 small ball in college just to fit him on the court. He has admitted that he even put on a little weight at UNC to fit in. He's slimmed back down down to his natural weight to play the wing.
He is going to be locking up guys on the wing (which you saw him do to Zion etc in HS) vs having to play on the block down low like he was playing at UNC guard Zion backing down in the paint
Yep, a player like that is what this franchise needs. Hopefully he pans out and then we can build around him. Shed some bad contracts. All would be right, if it goes according to plan. We need a plan though as an organization, instead of this mediocre stuff year in and year out.
Playoff tickets haven't worked that way in almost a decade. Currently there's an option when you pay for the season tickets: do you want playoff tickets or not. You have to make a selection. And if you do choose playoff tickets, at the end of the season, the NFL calculates the odds of a home playoff game. When the odds are 100%, your credit card on file is charged for the tickets at the time general admission tickets for that game go on sale in January. There's no more charging anyone when there is no home game. No more credit carried forward to next season. It's all straight forward and clean. If you don't buy playoff tickets (answering 'no' to the question) you do not lose your PSL. The bonus for the PSL owner is playoff tickets at face value if you answered 'yes'. Why a PSL owner would say "no" is beyond me.