Charlotte Hornets general manager Rich Cho strongly believes in a best-player-available approach to the draft. He says he’d primoritize an area of need only if two candidates were “neck-and-neck,” in talent appraisal.
Charlotte Hornets general manager Rich Cho strongly believes in a best-player-available approach to the draft. He says he’d primoritize an area of need only if two candidates were “neck-and-neck,” in talent appraisal. Chuck Burton AP
Charlotte Hornets general manager Rich Cho strongly believes in a best-player-available approach to the draft. He says he’d primoritize an area of need only if two candidates were “neck-and-neck,” in talent appraisal. Chuck Burton AP

Charlotte Hornets GM Rich Cho: Need won’t trump talent in NBA draft

June 18, 2015 04:41 PM

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