Sure, [Kahn's] roster management overall has been pretty bad, but not that bad. In the "good move" category, you can put realizing that Love is the franchise; not trading him (as was rumored throughout the summer); and starting the process of building around him by jettisoning overpaid, one-dimensional ballhog Al Jefferson. In the awful category, you can put drafting 6'0" shooting guard Jonny Flynn over Stephen Curry, as well as the acquisition of Michael Beasley, a player so terrible he makes Darko Milicic look like a decent #2 pick. Beasley's basically Anthony Randolph — if Randolph were much shorter, much less athletic, a much worse rebounder and shotblocker, and much less mature.
Is Beasley a poor man's Anthony Randolph? Has 2.5 days of training camp already changed your perception of Beasley? Do you still view this franchise as Kevin Love and a bunch of busts (Darko and Beasley available as #2 picks, Martell as a #6 pick, and Jonny and Corey as #7 picks - still too soon to call on Wes).