Found July 22, 2013 on HoopStuff:
Charlotte Bobcats: Best and Worst Moves of the Off Season By Mike Elworth: Owner and Publisher/HoopStuff Best Move: Drafting Cody Zeller (4th Overall) - Many were surprised when the Bobcats drafted Zeller over “better” big man prospects, like Nerlens Noel and Alex Len, as well as two guard, Ben McLemore, but Zeller is an underrated player. He was overrated for so long that he actually has become underrated and he bas showed off his talent in the Las Vegas Summer League. With his elite athleticism, he should be an excellent rebounder and everyone knows he can score the ball and if he becomes a legitimate three point threat and develops a few more post moves, he could develop into a upper echelon offensive NBA big man and could average about 18 points and 10 rebounds per game. He has a chance to make a few All Star games in his career and although he may never be a superstar or a true franchise player, he will make this team better. He is a candidate for Rookie of the Year and other t...
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