This draft was definitely an interesting one for Charlotte. They had the No. 7 and 9 picks, and they also got Corey Maggette from the Bucks. While Maggette's contract is more of a liability than an asset, they got him nonetheless.
They traded away the No. 19 pick, Stephen Jackson, and Shaun Livingston; losing those guys probably isn't something to get too upset about, though.
It's who they got with those picks that I really have a problem with. With their first pick they got Bismack Biyombo, the mystery man from Congo. Michael Jordan could very well make the same mistake twice with the young mysterious big men.
Biyombo has defensive potential, but he's similar to the player they just locked up in Tyrus Thomas. If those two started alongside each other, there would be no offensive production from the frontcourt entirely. This pick just doesn't make sense for this team.
Their second pick, Kemba Walker, makes even less sense. With Kawhi Leonard still on the board, they take Walker who really doesn't fit in anywhere on that roster.
DJ Augustin and Gerald Henderson are the Bobcats' two most promising players, and taking a combo guard like Walker over Leonard just doesn't make sense. I know you draft for talent, but is Walker really better than Leonard? I don't get this pick at all.
Overall, it seems like the Bobcats took a Timberwolves-esque approach to this draft: acquiring pieces instead of building an actual team. All in all, the Bobcats did a pretty poor job on draft night.