When a team is rebuilding, All-Star games can be quite dejecting for a fan base. For Bobcats fans, it is a feeling that is all too common. In Charlotte's previous eight seasons it has only had one player selected to participate in the All-Star game. This year will be no different with the Bobcats featuring a young team whose best players are not All-Star worthy at this time.
Gerald Wallace has so far been the only Bobcat to make it to an All-Star game, which should give hope to a current Bobcat who has a similar style of play to the most popular player in team history. The most likely Bobcat participation has to be Kemba Walker and Michael Kidd-Gilchrist in the Rookie-Sophomore game. But with nobody on the team in a position to make the dunk contest, skills competition or 3-point contest let alone the actual game, this post will be centered around the future. If we are going to be honest, there isn't a lot of potential candidates for All-Star appearances on this roster.
Bobcats look to the future
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