After reading a couple posts about salary cap space I just want to point out that the Bobcats wont have much to work with. They will have less than $10 Million dollars unless Ben Gordon waives his player option which the total space would be around $20 Million. I think the lack of cap space wiggle room is why they have been stinking so badly these last couple of years. The Bobcats had some really bad contracts that needed to go and they are doign so as fast as they possibly can... within reason. Things are about to change soon though. I think it was a very smart move to pick up Rich Cho as the GM. He is a salary cap specialist. The Bobcats need cap flexibility and in the next couple years they will get it. That is the benefit of having a fair amount of rookie contracts. Of course it helps to have some good veterans also. Dont be surprised if Dunlap is gone after next season, if not after this one.