Throughout the preseason, Kemba has been the starting PG. But you've had Gordon, Henderson and Sessions all start at the SG position. Has a decision been made yet? Just curious.
Mullens might have a better shot than Henderson and MKG. He might even be a better 3-point shooter than Kemba. Who knows, he's been letting them fly in the preseason. Charlotte won't have terrible spacing because pretty much everyone outside of MKG can hit a mid-range J with regularity, but you need to hit some 3's to win games. Charlotte's going to get off to some terrible starts this year.Eh, Mullens actually has some range, and that works out because Biyombo has to be around the basket at all times. They're going to be bad no matter what, but they could carve out an identity as an athletic defensive squad that steals a few wins from teams through sheer effort. I think they're ripe for a mid-season trade that sends Henderson and some other pieces out for a guy who can really score. If Tyreke Evans looks healthy I wouldn't be surprised to see him in Charlotte at the end of the season.
Sort of, but when you're setting records for losing you work with what you've got. They badly need Biyombo to become a defensive force and to somehow land a blue-chip scorer. Right now they need to hope they have just enough athleticism to get by.Isn't your identity for Charlotte exactly what they were 2 years ago with Gerald Wallace and Stephen Jackson?
If Gilchrist plays starter's minutes I'd expect to see him in double figures scoring. Biyombo's only going to score as much as he gets to dunk. This team's in alot of trouble on offense unless Mullens magically becomes Bargnani, and even then they'll lose a bunch.As the roster stands right now, I don't see enough offensive potential in Biyombo or MKG to really have much of an impact, and I really doubt Kemba will ever be all-star quality. As you suggested, they can make moves, and I hope they find one that works.