pretty good article, however, the conclusion, which was probably meant as a rethorical question, it really is the crux of the whole dilemma:
No one expects them to beat the Heat or Pacers, but isn’t a shot at the franchise’s best record and matching their deepest playoff run a good first step in Ujiri’s first year? We’ll see if the team has what it takes as they try to keep their impressive play going against the Pacers on Tuesday night.
Going back in time to BC's first season, that same question could have been asked back then. Is winning 47 games, a 3rd seed and the best record in franchise a good first step for Colangelo? And is it worth forgoing a chance to draft oden/durant/horford/noah?
I just hope we don't look back 3 years from now and have the same regrets. As they say, to err is human, to truly fuck up you need a general manager