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Kemba tries to do it all against the Warriors
Hi y’all. It’s me, your tired typist burning the midnight oil so you don’t have to. If you watched the game and are coming here just to read my take on it, thanks to both of you! (No really, we see the numbers and thanks for making us successful. We’re here for you, but more importantly we’re here because of you!) Our Bobcats tangle with one of the elite Western Conference teams on the west coast this time. Charlotte area fans place a lot of the credit for that success at the feet of Del Curry’s son Stephen – and with good reason. But to think this team is a one-player-wonder would be a mistake. The Bobcats have always played to the level of the competition so it’s not a complete fantasy to believe that the game would be competitive. Was it? Well…
The Cats showed some offensive aggression in the very early minutes and caught the Warriors a bit by surprise. After trading threes the Felines climbed out to a quick 7-3 l
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This amusing video from earlier this week shows Bobcats reporter Stephanie Ready trying to file a report about shopping on the Charlotte Bobcats website. Watch as she becomes slightly annoyed when the cameraperson is supposed to zoom in on that lovely Bobcats sweatshirt and leaves her awkwardly looking to and fro. Ready isn't just known the Charlotte Bobcats sideline reporter...
Ex-NBA player Javaris Crittenton, who is facing murder charges, is being accused of slapping the mother of his son.
On the verge of embarrassing the Lakers on their home court, the Bobcats came up emptier than a soda calorie on their last possession. Gerald Henderson failed to put back a partially-blocked Kemba Walker miss, Byron Mullens mistakenly thought the hoop was attached to the ceiling, and then Ben Gordon missed a pretty good 3-point [...]
Warriors guard Stephen Curry had a career night against the Charlotte Bobcats on Friday night. Curry knocked down a career-high eight three-pointers scoring 27 points. Curry also broke his previous mark of seven three-pointers which he had just tied on Wednesday against the Kings. He also set a franchise record, becoming the first Warrior to make [...]
Bobcats fans, if they exist, deserve something to be happy about (other than Michael Kidd-Gilchrist). Losers of thirteen consecutive games, what started out as a promising season is quickly turning into another disaster. Here is something that will take their minds off of the putrid basketball they’re forced to watch…the Lady Cats.
More specifically we’re talking about the...
Denver Nuggets big man Kosta Koufos was posterized by Charlotte Bobcats rookie Michael Kidd-Gilchrist on Saturday. Watch as Kidd-Gilchrist drives the lane and hammers down a one-handed dunk with authority at the expense of Koufos' pride.Koufos would redeem himself, however, as the Nuggets went on to roll 110-88 thanks in large part to a season-high 16 points from the 23-year old.
If the Oklahoma City Thunder can finally lose one, then the Charlotte Bobcats can finally win one, right? I’m for the notion. Heck, I’m starting that notion. After the Bobcats blew a huge lead against a Lakers team with no identity and seemingly no spirit earlier in the week, I started thinking all hope would be lost [...]
TSP Andrew: My apologies for the latness of this recap, but a fever has had me under the weather since Wednesday. Fortunately Bruce put this recap together for me to share with you guys. Thanks Bruce!
Here we are again. It’s Wednesday and the Bobcats are in Phoenix for what feels like their umpteenth double-double of the season and we aren’t even out of December...
(Eds: APNewsNow. Will be updated. With AP Photos.) By ANTONIO GONZALEZ AP Sports Writer Mark Jackson jokes that when he saw Stephen Curry return to the court for the first time since the point guard's most recent right ankle surgery, he thought he could ''really be a better coach this year.''
The truth, as even Jackson admits, is that nobody is questioning the...
The moment Mark Jackson saw Stephen Curry return to the court in September for the first time since the point guard's most recent right ankle surgery, he had an epiphany.
Not the kind that comes to Jackson when he preaches from the pulpit for his ministry. Nor the sort he shouts from the sideline as the Golden State Warriors' coach. Instead, he just kept quiet and smiled...
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In keeping with the holiday spirit, the fine folks over at Golden State Warriors decided to get some of the players to sing the classic Christmas hit, "Jingle Bells".Clearly, the best singer out of the group is Stephen Curry and his Candy Cane Stick...