In a Q-and-A session with season ticket holders, Bobcats owner Michael Jordan said that he expects offseason change and everyone in the organization, from both the basketball and business side, will be evaluated this spring, writes Rick Bonnell of the Charlotte Observer. Jordan declined to elaborate on the closed-door session afterwards, however.
Jordan told the audience that he’s as frustrated as anyone by the team’s NBA-worst 15-52 record on the heels of last year's 7-59 mark. During the talk, Jordan was asked specifically about the performance of first-year head coach Mike Dunlap and his inability to get much out of his veterans, but Jordan was non-committal in his answer.
General Manager Rich Cho was also present for the session and he was asked about the perception that the 2013 NBA draft will be weak. Cho replied the 2014 draft could be very rich, and that the Pistons' pick, which doesn't have much protection, should prove to be quite valuable. The Bobcats also told the season-ticket holders that no decision has been made on whether a nickname change is coming.