AOL.COM - Since Michael Jordan took over as owner of the Bobcats in the winter of 2010, things have not gone particularly well in Charlotte. The team reached the playoffs that spring for the first (and only) time in franchise history, but regressed the following year, as Larry Brown was fired and the Bobcats wound up 34-48 and out of the postseason. And last year, the bottom dropped out, with Charlotte's 7-59 performance and .106 winning percentage, the worst in league history.
But, according to an article in ESPN The Magazine, things might be changing for the Bobcats — at least when it comes to the structure of the front office. For too long, the Bobcats went with a bare-bones approach to scouting on both the pro and college level, and when it came to the draft, Jordan would tend to simply choose the guy he liked most in the NCAA Tournament — thus the Bobcats chose players like Kemba Walker and Adam Morrison. click here to read more