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In Parts 1 and 2, we looked at the "Overpaid and Tough to Move!" and "Free Agents" groups. Part 3 will focus on the most important group to the future success of the Bobcats, "The Future." All of these players are young and have affordable guaranteed contracts. The development of these 5 players, along with the upcoming draft picks, will determine how quickly we forget about the 7-59 season and start looking forward to the playoffs.
1) Kemba WalkerOdds of Being on the Roster Next Year: 99%Why He Will be Here: Kemba was drafted 9th in the 2011 draft and was thrust into the backup PG role early in the season. Due to injuries, he quickly jumped into the starting lineup and took a few turns at PG and SG. Early in the season, Walker tended to rely on his jump shot too much and he also tended to miss too much. I felt like his ability to run the offense improved throughout the season and I expect him to open next season as the starting PG. ...
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So recently the Charlotte Bobcats have been looking at trading their second overall pick for some decent to good players considering their terrible record last year. I believe that they would be better off...