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Corey Maggette is a valuable scorer, but for the sake of the team, Charlotte should play him judiciously.
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In his first public comments since the NBA and its players came to a tentative labor agreement, Charlotte Bobcats coach Paul Silas put the onus on new forward Corey Maggette to carry the team's offense. The Bobcats and the rest...
Rejoice, Bobcats fans! Corey Maggette has been granted a license to shoot as many times as his heart desires. Oy. From the Charlotte Observer: “That was the word Wednesday from Bobcats coach Paul Silas, in his first public comments since the NBA and the players worked out a tentative labor deal. Silas said Maggette, a 12-season veteran, will be essential to filling the scoring...
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — The Charlotte Bobcats are counting on big things from Corey Maggette.
Paul Silas expects Corey Maggette to carry the scoring load for the Bobcats.
(By Rick Bonnell, firstname.lastname@example.org) New Charlotte Bobcat Corey Maggette is about to get every chance to re-ignite his NBA career.That was the word Wednesday from Bobcats coach Paul Silas, in his first public comments since the NBA and the players worked out a tentative labor deal. Silas said Maggette, a 12-season veteran, will be essential to filling the scoring gap...
(By Rick Bonnell, email@example.com) Gerald Henderson wasted no time Friday answering the biggest health question involving a Charlotte Bobcats starter. Im back to 100 percent -- Im ready to go, Henderson said, following a five-month rehab from left hip surgery in Colorado.
Rookie lottery pick Bismack Biyombo was among six Charlotte Bobcats who worked out Friday on the court at Time Warner Cable Arena.
Now he just hopes he’ll be there when the NBA season opens later this month.
Biyombo is in the midst of contract dispute with Fuenlabrada after playing for the Spanish team last season prior to [...]
The Charlotte Bobcats today announced plans to face the Atlanta Hawks for their two-game 2011 preseason schedule later this month, with the first game scheduled for Monday, December 19 at the Time Warner Cable Arena (at 7 p.m.) and the return game set for Thursday, December 22 at Philips Arena (at 7:30 p.m.).
Charlotte Bobcats President of Basketball Operations Rod Higgins announced today that Charles Oakley will not return as an assistant coach on Paul Silas’ staff.
“I’ve known Charles Oakley for a long time and his work ethic as a coach mirrored the intensity he displayed during his playing career,” Higgins said. “While we are disappointed that things [...]
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Charlotte Bobcats rookie Bismack Biyombo believes his contract issues with a Spanish pro team won't linger beyond the start of training camp Dec. 9."We're working on that and I expect things to be done soon," Biyombo told the Observer Friday. "It will be resolved on time. I'm pretty sure that I'll be in training camp with the rest of the guys" in a week.
While my colleague James has been writing about interesting free agents (read his post!) I am going to discuss the future of this team as the Bobcats management obviously has started a rebuilding (again) of the franchise. Now in my eyes there are only a few things that can be done at this point thinking [...]