The Charlotte Bobcats are the worst team in the National Basketball Association. Kemba Walker’s draft day will come to haunt him late at night when he can’t find anything to do but recognize that the franchise he plays for is being run into the ground by the greatest basketball player of all time.
This is not supposed to be his reality, as he was a glimmer of hope coming into the organization. The Bobcats now have to focus on the season to come and how they can put their bid into a close-knit Eastern Conference where drama has forced the Orlando Magic into a predicted sweep without Dwight Howard and Josh Smith’s future is still uncertain.
The Eastern Conference is wide open, and in order to take advantage of that going into the 2012-13 NBA season and prime themselves for the 2013 NBA Playoffs, the Charlotte Bobcats need to make some acquisitions and front office releases that will only forge a seven or eight seed in next year’s playoff race.