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It is no secret that the Charlotte Bobcats were one of the worst teams in the NBA this year.
Bobcats owner Michael Jordan is synonymous with success, and he just wishes Charlotte could be as well. However, it will take a lot for the Bobcats to be a playoff contender next season.
The first thing that Jordan will do is try to acquire a player that will be a game-changer, a lightning bolt on a sunny day, a diamond in the rough that can change the entire franchise.
Rudy Gay might be that player. Gay put up 19 points per game this season, but he might be too expensive of a player to get. Gay would use $53 million in cap space over the next three years. That might be a price tab that the Bobcats don't want to pay. With the number two pick in the draft, the Bobcats have some very serious decisions to make in the offseason.
One thing is for sure, there's no way that the Bobcats can come out in 2012-13 any worse than they did this past year.