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At least, I think that’s a turkey.
Meanwhile, poor Michael Jordan. Just when you thought he’d bought himself a little goodwill by going back to the Hornets name (starting next year), and confirming Charlotte’s classic color scheme, he has to go and approve something like this.
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CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Both the Indiana Pacers (14-1) and Charlotte Bobcats (7-9) were shooting below 30 percent for the first three quarters in an unsightly offensive game that allowed the Bobcats to keep the Pacers within an arm's reach through three, but a 39-point fourth quarter helped the Pacers blow away the Bobcats 99-74. Here's four observations from the second consecutive...
Hey Biz! I've missed seeing you in games as of late. 4 points and 4 rebounds in 11 minutes...I'll take it! Poor officiating had all of us doing the same thing you're doing in this picture.
As a die hard Bobcats fan, I was up for last night’s recap. I really wanted to get it done last night so that I could devote my full day to...
While the Charlotte Bobcats appear to be playing with confidence on the road, that certainly hasn't been the case when they've been on their home floor.
The Milwaukee Bucks are simply trying to pick up a win, regardless of the venue.
The Bobcats stand a good chance at securing their second victory in eight home games Friday night against a Bucks team mired in its longest...
(Photo Courtesy Robert Lahser - Charlotte Observer)
The Bobcats spent the better part of this whole season playing well—they defended, rebounded, defended some more, and was aggressive when it came to pace and driving the ball. All of that hard work got them to a respectable 7-7 record on the season, with a majority of those games being very competitive...