Although Boris Diaw is perceived, and rightfully so, as the living, breathing and occasionally playing embodiment of wretched NBA excess, he was once the best the Charlotte Bobcats had. When the Bobcats made the playoffs in 2010, he was their most valuable player.
Diaw made passes others didn't see. He ran the offense and forced other team's big men to chase him.
Not sure what happened or why; but he's good guy, a smart guy, and I hope he finds what he's looking for.
I wish he played hard. Diaw could have been something in Charlotte. Ultimately, he chose not to be.