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Amare Stoudemire is just getting warmed up for the Miami Heat by putting the Bobcats Tyrus Thomas on a poster in the Knicks final regular season game Thursday night. The Knicks sent the Bobcats to their 23rd straight loss. The Knicks roll into South Beach to take on the Heat Saturday afternoon at 3:30 PM ET.
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I wonder will the Charlotte Bobcats get to put an asterisk by this season’s win total since their record-setting season of futility didn’t happen during a standard 82-game season? Doubtful that would matter much to the people of Charlotte who have had to endure this miserable 7-59 debacle that has been the Bobcats’ season. Even worse though is the fact that this team doesn’t...
Forward Corey Maggette says that while the Bobcats have plenty of questions to answer moving forward, owner Michael Jordan's commitment to winning is not among them.
Jordan has endured plenty of criticism after Charlotte finished the season with the worst record in NBA history (7-59).
Despite that, Maggette says players enjoy playing for Jordan and doesn't believe free...
Michael Jordan’s 2011/12 Charlotte Bobcats probably would’ve been better served had the 49-year-old owner suited up and played a few games. This team desperately needed help that they never got, as evidenced by the 23-game skid on which their season ended. The ‘Cats finished with just 7 victories, equating to an all-time worst winning percentage of just .106. To add...
New York Knicks forward A'mare Stoudemire threw down a powerful one-handed dunk over the top of Charlotte Bobcats forward Tyrus Thomas during the third quarter of Thursday night's game.
The dunk got the Knicks bench players, and even some of the hometown Bobcats fans, out of their seats.
Stoudemire scored 21 points to help the Knicks to a 104-84 win.
It’s not everyday that an NBA team’s superstar also fills the role of X-Factor.But with Amar’e Stoudemire having just recently made his return to the court, that’s exactly what he could represent.Overcoming obvious obstacles in the form of injuries to Stoudemire and Jeremy Lin, the Knicks powered through to a 9-4 record with both players sidelined. Thanks to an M.V.P.-like...
Hello, Friends! And I do mean friends. After over a year in exile, I, Andrew Barraclough/BIGCatBobcat/theRobertoGato (the original, accept no imitations), am back home at BobcatsPlanet.com. Ziggy and I talked through our issues, and believe me, they were many (they weren’t really many) and I’ve agreed to come back. I had one condition however: my [...]
Michael Jordan's No. 23 has long been synonymous with greatness. By Thursday night that number could have a completely different meaning for him.
His Charlotte Bobcats face their 23rd consecutive loss and would finish the season with the worst winning percentage in NBA history (.106) if they don't beat the New York Knicks on the final night of the shrunken season. And that...
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The Charlotte Bobcats couldn't even beat a Knicks team resting most of its starters, finishing with the worst winning percentage in NBA history after a 104-84 loss Thursday night.
J.R. Smith scored 22 points for the Knicks, who pulled away in the second half to clinch the Eastern Conference's No. 7 seed and a first-round playoff matchup against No. 2 Miami beginning Saturday...
Paul Silas believes Bismack Biyombo may be best suited for the power forward position in the long-term.
Don’t call it a comeback.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) -- The Charlotte Bobcats couldn't even beat a Knicks team resting most of its starters, finishing with the worst winning percentage in NBA history after a 104-84 loss on Thursday night.
J.R. Smith scored 22 points for the Knicks, who pulled away in the second half to clinch the Eastern Conference's No. 7 seed and a first-round playoff matchup against...
With his team just two losses from setting a record for NBA
futility, Charlotte Bobcats owner Michael Jordan was called out
Wednesday by the team's former coach for his handling of the
Michael Jordan, arguably the greatest NBA player ever, is poised to become the owner of the worst team in league history.
His embarrassingly bad Charlotte Bobcats have one more shot to avoid the title.
Heading into Thursday night's regular-season finale, the Bobcats are teetering on the verge of the worst winning percentage (.106) ever and could clinch the dubious distinction...
There are a lot more fans of Amare Stoudemire and the Knicks than there are of JJ Hickson and the Blazers, so I’m probably going to get killed in the comments section. Oh, wait, I don’t get any comments. Alright, so it’s all good if I roll with JJ instead of Amare? Cool. I love JJ’s dunk because he takes off from an impressive distance, sends it home with both hands...