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The week didn’t get off to a roaring start with the announcement of the team’s new “database,” as profiled by Rick Bonnell on Saturday. According to the article, with this new 6-figure costing database, “You can instantly look up year-by-year statistics for Boston Celtics great Bill Russell … or any other player in NBA history. [...]
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If I asked you for your ultimate set of maneuvers that shaped the Bobcats roster the day after the NBA Draft, would Ben Gordon, Michael Kidd-Gilchrist and Jeff Taylor be your additions? Not many if any would have said “Yes, please!” Incredibly, the second overall pick wasn’t traded, not to any of the 5 teams with standing [...]
As we all know, the Charlotte Bobcats hold the #2 pick and it’s no secret they have been wanting to trade it, but reports today suggest they have five legitimate trade offers they are mulling over per ESPN. The Bobcats are sifting through five different trade offers for the pick, a source with direct [...]
Bobcats president of basketball operations Rod Higgins says the team has extended qualifying offers Friday to guard D.J. Augustin and forward Derrick Brown, making them restricted free agents.
The qualifying offers allow the Bobcats to match any contract offer the players receive from another team.
Augustin was selected by the Bobcats with the ninth overall pick in the 2008 NBA...
The Charlotte Bobcats have taken Vanderbilt small forward Jeff Taylor with the 31st overall pick in the NBA draft.
The Bobcats followed up their first-round pick of Kentucky small forward Michael Kidd-Gilchrist on Thursday night by selecting Taylor, another player who is considered a good scorer from the wing. The 6-foot-7, 225-pound Taylor averaged 16.1 points, second-best in the...
Bobcats general manager, Rich Cho, was undoubtedly fielding trade calls all the way up until decision time. The Bobcats stood firm and surprised some people with their draft pick.
Go MKG!Can't wait to see the new look of the team with Ben Gordon and company #newera
Every so often, an NBA team hits the lottery. It happened in 1984 when Michael Jordan fell into the Chicago Bulls' laps at No. 3, setting the stage for six NBA championships. It happened in 1997 when the Spurs took Tim Duncan first overall to lay the foundation for a dynasty. Only time will tell if it happened again Thursday night when the New Orleans Hornets took Kentucky'...