First let me say I don't mind the more critical approach of Mike Wells, and I admit I like a new approach, some fresh eyes following the Pacers. So it has nothing absolutely nothing to do with that at all. Trust me.
My problem is Mike Wells is not a very good writer. Not sure about his reporting skills, we'll see if he breaks accurate stories over the next several months. But at the most basic level I want to read a well written, highly readable article on the Pacers every day.
With MM I read every word he wrote on the Pacers.
With Mike Wells, I find myself skimming through his articles and only reading the players and coaches quotes. He is not a very eloquent writer, not very articulate.
Bob Kravitz, is an excellent writer, he could write about some topic I have zero interest in, but he is entertaining and very well written. MM also is a good writer. Wells is not.
Anyone else agree with me. Maybe no one else really cares. But maybe a few of you do and now that I have mentioned it, maybe some of you will see what I'm saying.
In this forum, there are some of us who are better writers than others. I don't want to name names, but Peck is outstanding, he is just an excellent writer. I read his stuff and then read mine and only wish I could write nearly as well.
Sorry for that little tangent, lets not get off on that