I agree with the comments.
Kahn's moves have been pathetic. It seriously still keeps me up at night, and this DWill situation is BEYOND frustrating (whatever the reasoning is). But what I have said before, and maybe I was too bold in saying it, was that Kahn to me is just another GM and NBA GMs aside from about 5 of them now do nothing for me whatsoever. What I look for now is can they handle the cap and can they have a vision that allows the team to compete year in and year out. I'm done worrying about the drafting part because it's such a crapshoot as these guys have proven over and over again.
This is the hardest sport to predict future prospects that it's not even funny. The initial Wolves expansion front office couldn't do it, McHale couldn't do it (yes he picked KG and Marbury but go look at his other draft and FA decisions which we all remember well) and now Kahn can't do it. Even well-respected GM's like Dumars and others have CRAPPED THE BED with some of their picks.
What would we be saying about Kahn if HE chose Darko over Carmelo and DWade, or if he chose Hasheem Thabeet #2, or Adam Morrison #3, or if he passed on Durant at #1 like Portland did or passed on Chris Paul and Deron Williams to take Marvin Williams like Atlanta did.
Now with that said...the one thing Kahn does NOT have is at least some success to fall back on. McHale had some success, Dumars obviously did, other GM's have. Kahn has been gifted Rubio and been given Love and Pek (both players were McHale picks). He has done almost nothing other than that besides clearing cap (credit there but not that hard) and clearing junk players as well as making retarded statements every month. He also bypassed Curry to take Flynn.
Time will tell what happens with all this, but the fact of the matter is the team's drafting has set them back a decade and that is painfully obvious. They have dropped the ball completely. But they seem to have found an angle with signing Euros and they did throw the bank out to land Adelman who has a system and a plan. We are a hell of a lot better off right now than three years ago.
From the sounds of things I would not be shocked to see Adelman's son take over the entire operation in the future and quite frankly that is fine by me, although we know basically nothing about him