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The Bobcats do a pretty good job of scoring in the paint. Guys like MKG, Brendan Haywood, and Byron Mullens have excelled at finishing at the rim.
Even the backcourt thrives at driving to the rim. Walker, Sessions, Henderson and Taylor are all excellent at finishing at the rim or pulling back for a short-to-mid-range jumper. But perimeter offense is a very serious problem.
Ben Gordon is one of the most effective three-point shooters in the game. He's shooting 43.9 percent from long range, which is absolutely fantastic. But he's just about the only one.
Seven-foot power forward Mullens is not afraid to take a three-pointer and while some nights he has a hot shot, most of the time he comes up empty.
Jeff Taylor is getting better at shooting the three, but guards like Walker, Gerald Henderson and Sessions all lack consistency from three-point land.
This makes the Bobcats a one-dimensional team, and it looks like other teams have figured that out.
If I were Dunlap, the biggest thing I'd be working on right now is spreading the offense and trying to find more consistency in long-range shooting. The Bobcats will never be a good team without that kind of consistency.