This puts you in a minority even among the die-hard fans. I supported the team but I can't say I "enjoyed watching" - enjoyed complaining (and arguing about what complaints were and were not valid with PD members), maybe.
A thought crosses my mind, though - and while triggered somewhat by the discussion with rm1369 I want to be clear I know his point had nothing whatsoever to do with what I'm bringing up - regarding superstars. If the only way to get one is in the daft, and the only way to do that is to have multiple top 3 picks over a few years, then the fact of the matter is you HAVE to be playing some pretty bad basketball at some point. Sure, young players being developed helps the attitude, but if they aren't playing badly during that period then they won't have a bad enough record to be that high in the lottery. How can those (again not pointing any fingers in this conversation) who don't come because the team is losing AND don't come because the team has no superstar expect there to BE a team when the opportunity for a superstar comes around? Someone has to support the losing team to make that possible.
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