Well technically you're right. Ming may have been a reach in the fourth round. However, there are 4 sg/sf types I have ranked about even and I'm sure at least 1 will be available when I pick in the 5th. My strategy in drafts is to draft a quality bench player in the 3rd or 4th rd. Ming will provide usg, efg and a little rebounding in the post. He will prevent me from having to use a low efg, high usage guy off the bench. So rather than flip a coin on the 4 equal players, I took Ming. After Okafor went, I just didn't like what else was left out there in the post. So I do have a long range plan, I wasn't just grasping at straws.