You still going to be applauding when the 36's get slaughtered at home, and your new owner says "fuck this shit" and sells the team for $10.
The 36ers have had ownership struggles and changes on and off for decades - if it's not Bogut, it has been and will be something else. There's risk and opportunity with something like this.
If they've already agreed to kill the salary cap, so be it. I argued for the points cap, for community teams, for an actual luxury tax, but if the path taken is something else, I'll hope it will work out, and recognise the benefits it might bring.
I don't think even Bogut is expecting to dominate to the point that the 36ers would get routinely thrashed. And I don't know that being thrashed by one team each encounter would be what kills the 36ers (they've made stupid decisions off-court already that would hurt more).
Melbourne spent up big this season and Adelaide were still in the mix. An injury or couple of calls in G3 could've swung the series their way.
When they got Randle, it made for a great crowd and atmosphere when he visited Adelaide. I'd expect the same again. If it builds interest in the league, that's what they desperately need. The Bogut story made The Guardian when nothing else in the NBL seems to. That's a start.