Found November 26, 2011 on Charlotte Observer:
(By Rick Bonnell, rbonnell@charlotteobserver.com) Due to the NBA lockout, the Charlotte Bobcats have been barred from contact with their players since late June.With a tentative deal in place to end that lockout, NBA teams will likely start training camp and free agency Dec. 9. Here are five issues the Bobcats must address on the quick once that process begins.
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