And, again, 2010 does not equal a championship, aka the "big picture." You tell me how many times a team gets a title, right after acquiring a good player. I'm interested in winning, getting to the playoffs, then adding players in areas of need, until, a year or two down the line, we're a contender.
And, as I've already said, I'm talking about pieces, not one or two players. It's unfair to blame individual players for the failures of management. If you don't give players a legitimate big man to play with, you're basically setting them up for failure: they can't expect to get all, or most, of their defensive rebounds, to get help, in an instance of being beat off the dribble, and they can't expect to stop their opponents from getting easy layups. It's a recipe for failure.