I ignore your posts because your constant bashing of Abe as some kind of a monster is 100% wrong. He's not Donald Sterling. He was a man who loved this team almost to a fault and was overly loyal to some people he shouldn't have been loyal towards. Otherwise, he wasn't creating a toxic environment around this team. He ran this team like a mom and pop store, I'll give you that but he wasn't cheap, just misguided.
Ernie when he came here had a clean slate to work with. There were some decent prospects already in place (Haywood, Hughes) and the signing of Gilbert was a turning point. After that, the over payment for guys like Songaila, Antonio Daniels etc. was all on Ernie. I'll give you one thing, this place isn't as desirable as some other franchises. Guess what, neither were the Celtics a while ago. Garnett had blatantly refused to play for them multiple times before finally agreeing after Ray Allen joined. Franchises don't become magically good, the management has to play a big role in creating an environment that is desirable. Teams like San Antonio were able to keep a super star like Duncan from leaving because they surrounded him with talent. LeBron left because Cleveland failed to do so. John Wall will leave as well if he continues to play with the crap Ernie Grunfeld is surrounding him with.
And once again, you can bash Abe all you want. But just remember, without him, we wouldn't even be having this discussion right now. This is why I take everything you say about Abe with a grain of salt.