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It's difficult to look at the Bobcats and point out an obvious strength.
Considering how historically bad they were last season, it's not unfair to question the effectiveness of any one of the players on their roster.
Still, players are in the NBA because they're great at what they do.
However, Kemba Walker may not be able to show much of what he's able to do this season with the arrival of Ramon Sessions.
Sessions is sure to take some of Walker's minutes at point guard, which could stunt his growth as a player.
While a case can be made for forward, with Michael Kidd-Gilchrist and Jeffery Taylor, both are unproven rookies. Kidd-Gilchrist at least figures to have a respectable career.
The good news is that the Bobcats can only go up at this point, and both Sessions and Walker are young players who could help fuel the turnaround effort in Charlotte.