Charlotte Bobcats: Who would be a good fit in Charlotte?

November 10, 2012; Charlotte, NC, USA; Charlotte Bobcats guard Kemba walker (15) signals his team as he brings the ball up the court during the game against the Dallas Mavericks at Time Warner Cable Arena. Bobcats win in OT 101-97. Mandatory Credit: Sam Sharpe-US PRESSWIRE

I believe that the Charlotte Bobcats need a legitimate low-post threat to take them to the next level. Kemba Walker is having a great season. Michael-Kidd Gilchrist is coming along well. In addition, the Bobcats have reliable shooters in Sessions and Williams. However, the question mark for the Bobcats is someone who can control the low-post. Utah has a few gems Paul Millsap, Enes Kanter, Derrick Favors, and Al Jefferson. I doubt that the Jazz would be willing to part with Jefferson or Millsap. However, that could change. What concerns me is the player or players that Charlotte has as trade bait. Despite his big contract, Tyrus Thomas is the first player who comes to mind. Minnesota’s Derrick Williams would also be a good fit in Charlotte, as well as Denver’s Kenneth Faried. It seems as though Michael Jordan is committed to changing the atmosphere in Charlotte. Let’s hope that he continues to change this team for the better.

Topics: Charlotte Bobcats, Nba Basketball, Trade

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  • arky

    Wow. Been thinking about the utah Jazz having too many big man in their rooster. Im going for either kanter/favor as part of the team. Now, how to get him here? Trade bait would be, williams, picks and cash considerations. Yes, if we get someone on the post the team could go to the next level, which is the playoffs. Nice read!

    • http://twitter.com/HorranCameron Horran Cameron

      I agree with you. Jeffery Taylor would get more P/T.

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