Should the Charlotte Hornets have selected PJ Washington over UNC's Nassir Little?

The Charlotte Observer

If you are a fan of the Charlotte Hornets and went into Thursday night's draft expecting to be overwhelmed, that didn't happen. But “overwhelming” is hard to do when you're picking No. 12, and so it makes some sense that the Hornets chose a player who was repeatedly described as “solid” – Kentucky's PJ Washington. I like the pick. I don't love it, but I like it. The Hornets chose Washington over North Carolina's Nassir Little, along with a group of three to four other players they considered, at No. 12. They also considered a bunch of trade scenarios, both to move up and move down. So was it better to take Washington over Little? I think so. After watching Little for that inconsistent freshman

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