Found October 13, 2013 on Trade Street Post:
Charlotte Bobcats Media Day 2013   Trade Street Post & Charlotte Bobcats fans; I was blessed with the opportunity to attend the 2013 Bobcats Media Day.  Unlike last year, where I was able to take several pictures and interview Jeff Taylor, we got much, MUCH more coverage this year thanks to our very own Matt Alquiza and Tru School Sports founder, Brendan Taylor.  Was behind the camera for all of the interviews and Brendan worked his magic.  The following set of videos is the result of our hard, but fun work on September 30th.   Enjoy!     First up, we have an interview with Bismack Biyombo:   Next we have a quick talk with Al Jefferson:   How about Jeff Adrien?   Myrtle Beach Native Ramon Sessions:   Kemba Walker:   Ben Gordon:   Gerald Henderson:   This is some footage we got of Cody Zeller: Michael Kidd-Gilchrist a.k.a. Gillie the Kidd   ...
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