Found February 24, 2012 on
Rod Higgins and Rich Cho, the Charlotte Bobcats’ top two player-personnel executives, say the 4-28 record at All-Star break won’t change their plan: There won’t be some panic move that eats up major salary-cap space or bargains away assets for...
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That may seem hard to say (or believe) when you take a look at the body of work that thee guys have put in on the hard-court leading up to the All-Star break, but in this case I’m not talking about the game of basketball at all. I love sports. I love watching the games [...]
Over the last few games Charlotte Bobcats rookie Bismack Biyombo has shown everyone a small glimpse of what we have to look forward to from him. In the last 3 games he is averaging 10.3 rebounds and a jaw dropping 5 rebounds per game. When a rookie puts up those kind of numbers, everyone takes [...]
The Blazers forward gets thumbs ups from his Twitter followers.
Charlotte Bobcats president of basketball operations Rod Higgins promises no "hard right turns" in reaction to his team having the worst record in the NBA at the All-Star break.Click to Continue »
Brandon Roy is retired and Greg Oden just underwent another microfracture surgery. That leaves LaMarcus Aldridge as the only member of what was supposed to be the Blazers' Big Three.
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Here in our Bobcatsplanet Forums we’ve come up with a term for all of the losing that the players and fan base have had to suffer through this season. We have given this painful process the title of The Cho Objective. Now we didn’t give it this name out of anger or in a ‘Lets [...]
So in case you wondered why the Charlotte Bobcats occasionally show up for home games this season dressed as the Carolina Cougars ... it's not a disguise.Click to Continue »
“Ghostface” Przybilla is taking his talents back to Oregon, as he plans to re-sign with the Blazers. From the Oregonian: “Joel Przybilla was coming back to the Trail Blazers to be a backup center despite the recruiting efforts of the Miami Heat, and repeated phone calls from the Chicago Bulls. On Wednesday, Przybilla reached an agreement to play the rest of the season for...
The absence of such All-Star perennials as Tim Duncan and Pau Gasol clears the way for a new group.
Ohio Softball completed the first day of competition at the 2012 University of Virginia Invitational on Friday, falling twice to host Virginia in a doubleheader. The Bobcats lost the first game by a final score of 9-2 and were narrowly edged in the second one, 7-6.
You’re a big, brawny sports reader, I get that. You’re probably here for a mid-season report on the Blazers, or for the first updates on the Mariners.
Sorry bub, but we’ve got more pressing matters to cover: Portland’s often terrible fashion scene and the role that the state’s sports scene plays in it.
The first part of the puzzle is recognizing that the city itself has...
The 18-16 Blazers are currently 8th in the Western Conference -- the exact same record they had at this point last season.
In the premiere episode of Sports Guy Kyle, Kyle Hubler talks about why Elliot Williams should have a bigger role on the Trail Blazers.