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CHARLOTTE, N.C. - The Charlotte Bobcats rallied from an 11-point deficit early in the fourth quarter to beat the Milwaukee Bucks 102-98 on Monday night at Time Warner Cable Arena. Rookie Michael Kidd-Gilchrist hit two free throws with 1:38 remaining to give the Bobcats the lead for good at 100-98. Ramon Sessions hit two free throws with 4.2 seconds remaining, and the Bucks failed to score on their last four possessions down the stretch. The win was Charlotte's fourth in the last five games and raised its record to 5-4. Sessions led the Bobcats with 23 points, including 10 of 10 from the free-throw line, and Byron Mullens and Kemba Walker scored 18 each. The Bobcats also got a season-high 10 points from rookie Jeffery Taylor. Monta Ellis led the Bucks with 31 points, but he missed a 3-point attempt with five seconds remaining that would have given the Bucks the lead. The Bucks also got 16 points from Mike Dunleavy and 10 points from Brandon Jennings. The Bucks had a thre...
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“If Ramon Sessions continues to play as he has this first month he’ll end up the best free-agent signing in Bobcats history,” noted The Charlotte Observer’s Rick Bonnell, clearly forgetting about Othella Harrington and Dontell Jefferson. Still, Sessions has been pretty good. His 3-pointer on Monday night to tie the game late against the Milwaukee [...]
The Charlotte Bobcats won just seven games in 2011-12, by far the worst team in the NBA. Just how bad? The second worst team in the league won 13 more games than Charlotte. The Bobcats were putting their hopes into the NBA Draft lottery, hoping to land star big man Anthony Davis.
He was going to instantly come in and change the franchise. Just one problem, the lottery ping pong balls...
First I’ll admit, I was wrong. I knew we would be better than last season, of course, but in no way did I think we would come out of the gate like Seabiscuit aiming for the triple crown. I’m surprised, but in a good way and that’s always a good thing. I agree that anyone [...]
The Bobcats have announced that forward Tyrus Thomas is expected to miss approximately two months with a torn muscle in his lower left leg.
An MRI revealed a second-degree strain of his left calf muscle and a tear of the plantaris muscle, a smaller muscle that assists the calf in flexing the ankle.
No surgery will be needed.
Thomas suffered the injury during Saturday night'...
Charlotte Bobcats power forward Tyrus Thomas is expected to miss two months of action after an MRI revealed a tear of the plantaris muscle in his left leg, near his calf, reports Rick Bonnell of the Charlotte Observer.Charlotte Bobcats power forward Tyrus Thomas is expected to miss two months after a magnetic resonance imaging revealed a tear of the plantaris muscle in his left...
Well folks, you get a special treat tonight. On this very special Monday night, you will not just get 1 game recap. That's right, you get 2, 2, 2 game recaps from the founding fathers of Trade Street Post. How do our thought and styles differ? How are the similar? Read them both and see whatcha think. Lots of times it seems like we may be brothers from other mothers...
Charlotte Bobcats forward Tyrus Thomas will miss approximately two months due to a torn left calf muscle. The team announced Monday that an MRI showed a second-degree calf strain and a torn plantaris muscle, a muscle that helps the calf flex the ankle. Thomas, hurt Saturday in the Bobcats' home loss to the Memphis Grizzlies, won't require surgery. Thomas was averaging...
Don’t look now, but your Charlotte Bobcats are 5-4. That’s right, they’re a game above .500, riding a crazy four-game winning streak, and have a date with the hapless 3-7 Toronto Raptors on Wednesday night. Should they laugh in the face of the gods, they could enter Thanksgiving Day as a very, very thankful bunch. [...]
Every morning, we will give you five things from the night before in the NBA to start your day.
1: Not your average Bobcats
Last year when the Charlotte Bobcats appeared on the schedule it was marked down pretty simply as a win. The Bobcats were not just bad, they were historically bad, comically bad and hopelessly bad. Whatever young players worth saving from that team,...
Tyrus Thomas will not need surgery.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Mike Dunlap wanted to change the culture of the Charlotte Bobcats when he took over as coach last summer. So far, he is definitely succeeding. The Bobcats fought back from an 11-point deficit in the fourth quarter on Monday night to stun the Milwaukee Bucks 102-98 at Time Warner Cable Arena, winning for the fourth time in their last five games. The win moved...
The Milwaukee Bucks let one slip away Monday night, losing to the Charlotte Bobcats 102-98. This game was all about the guard matchups, with several of the quickest guards in the league meeting up – Jennings/Ellis v Kemba Walker/Ramon Sessions. Initially, the Bobcats combo got the best of the Bucks, with Walker shooting 6/6 in the first half and Sessions contributing 8 points...
With four victories in their last five games, the Charlotte Bobcats have nearly matched their win total from 2011-12.
They can already surpass last season's home win total on Wednesday night when the struggling Toronto Raptors try to avoid a fourth consecutive road loss in this series.
Since opening 1-3, the Bobcats have lost just once, 94-87 to Memphis on Saturday when they...
A matchup between the Milwaukee Bucks and Charlotte Bobcats looks a lot more intriguing than it did a year ago.
Two of the league's more surprising teams go head to head on Monday night as the Bucks visit the Bobcats looking for their first 4-0 road start in 11 years.
These clubs were a combined 56 games under .500 last season, with Charlotte finishing an all-time worst 7-59...