Manu's spot seems to be an "excuse me" pick since the writer spends most of his time contradicting himself for putting Manu on the list.
There was no reason why anyone should expect Joe Johnson to be more than he was in Atlanta. Brooklyn proves that spending a fortune on players doesn't make the players worth a fortune.
Hibbert is awfully good, but you'd have to be crazy to pay him max money.
Gallinari is a nice piece who performed very well when the Nuggs (in the wake of the Melo trade) played with the camaraderie and teamwork of a college team. It's unfair to ask him to be a star.