FinnTheHuman wrote: Tirion wrote:
yes, we've heard it all before. kahn hasn't done a single thing right in his life. if the anti christ exists, he's definitely it.
Yeah, let's not acknowledge anything I said.
Let's not make counter points (cause we don't have any).
Let's go straight to "You have a vendetta against Kahn" defense.
And that's why this is not a discussion.
Blind homerism and stubbornness.
General manager is a lot more than rookie talent evaluator. That's why the position is called general
manager. And that's why your arguments don't stand. I'm not saying Kahn is good, but he's not nearly as bad as you make him look.
You realize that you are grasping at straws by dismissing the drafting, cause drafting is pretty much the only reliable talent source for a small market team?
But hey, let's play by your rules.
How do you explain the Beasley experiment then?
The infatuation with Darko?
Pavlovic signing? Hollins signing? The constant churning of horrible players before Adelman came on board? Tucker, Wilkins, Pecherov, Jawai, Telfair, etc? I bet you forgot some of this names already.
It's pretty obvious at this point that he can't recognize good players.
And again, you don't want to talk about drafting, but drafting is how you build a team if you can't attract free agents. You can't draft, you're done.