It's pretty much clear that our goal now is to lose as many games as we can so we can grab a good lottery pick and rebuild. But checking our roster I think that while we are certainly not a great team, we are by no means a horrible team, and could end up winning more games that we would like to. Let's see:
Jameer Nelson is a good NBA starting PG, while Ish is a poor's man backup. Our wing rotation of Afflalo, Reddick, Turk, and Harrington, while not stellar, it's OK. We have BB Davis, Harrington and Nicholson at PF, which is not that bad; and then we have Davis + youngsters at C.
So we are mediocre in all positions with C probably being our weakest spot (as it happens to be in most NBA teams not named Lakers).
Just think it this way: this is almost the same team that was one jump shot away from tying the series 2-2 with an Indiana team that got 2 games away from the NBA finals. We lost Duhon which is a plus, Afflalo is better than J Richardson, we got depth at C, and while we lost Anderson he wasn't really good in the playoffs, and we got Harrington and Nicholson.
My point: this players are the core of a team that could compete with elite teams. I don't expect them to beat the Heat this season, but i do see them beating too many under .500 teams. Don't get me wrong, I am not saying this team is good. But definitely we are not the Bobcats, and I don't think we are even a bottom 5 team.