Found November 11, 2013 on BobcatsPlanet:
The Bobcats were in an excellent position to go 4-2 this week by playing a rematch with the Knicks, whom they just beat. Amazingly, this would have kept both the Bobcats and the Panthers over .500 for the first time since…2005! (note to self: go back and research that stat. Could that be right? Was [...]
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