I would not be Joe D bashing if I thought for a minute that he appeared to have a plan on how he was going to rebuild the team. Like someone above stated, in 2002, 2003 and 2004, he continued to add pieces (bricks Analogy), one by one he added Ben, then Rip, Chauncey (as the general to run the team), McDyess to fortify the bench,Tayshaun then pulling off a coup to add the final piece Rasheed Wallace. I don't see that this time around. It appears that he is lost in the mukity muck. He keeps adding bad late round draft picks, washed up players, players no-one wants or needs, damaged goods players and lastly players that can be had on the cheap. I have always felt that the rebuilding process is done through a combination of the draft, trades and free agency. I would be grateful if Dumars would pick up a half dozen late first and second round picks with high upside and/or trade for a first rounder or two. We could of had a first round pick (Dallas), but Joe chose to hang onto Tayshaun. Very bad move IMHO. I was watching the WIzards last night, they have some serious talent with all those young cats. They will have a helluva team once they add a couple of quality vets to the mixx.. If the GM don't muck it up, these guys are going to make some noise in the future growing up together. Right now our team is just a hodge podge of everything, heinz 57, too much of this and nothing of that. We have to be the shortest, worst shooting and less athletic team in the NBA. I predict that we will win 8-10 games this year. Any more than this would absolutely floor me. I say, take Monroe, Brandon and Jerebko and start adding seriously young athletic talent around them. We will not see Monroe's true talent until we add an athletic center and move him to his natural position of Power Forward. All those who are gaga over Daye, he is just a tall guy that can shoot and that's it. He will never become a defensive stopper, ever.