Found February 04, 2012 on
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Glad to see you on the court Reggie!
The Bobcats came into this game on a dismal 10 game losing streak and it looked as if that type of play was going to continue, but the Cats had other plans. The Suns still came out on top 95-89 on a valiant effort from the Cats. Our 11 eligible Bobcats just couldn’t pull it off. You do have to take your hat off to them though. They stood tough for 3 quarters, and we all got to see that Reggie Williams is going to be HUGE for us moving forward. We also got to see that Bismack Biyombo is going to be great for us in the future as a starting Center. We just ran out of gas in the 4th.
The Bobcats kept this game interesting the whole way through as Reggie Williams was in the starting lineup for the first time this season. He wasted no time shaking off the rust from being off as he netted 21 points, 7 rebounds, and NO turnovers. He also had efficient shooting on 8/15 attempts. The other major change for the Cats tonight was starting Bismack ...
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The Bobcats are careening toward the worst record in the NBA, but that doesn't guarantee the top pick in the 2012 draft. Under rules of the draft lottery, the worst team is guaranteed no worse than the fourth pick.
In seven previous NBA drafts, the Bobcats' highest picks have been second (Emeka Okafor, via trade with the Clippers in 2005) and third (Adam Morrison). Okafor...
My goal is to always remain optimistic without being completely unrealistic when I write my posts, but I have to say that the Charlotte Bobcats are making it awful hard to do that these days. The scene from White Men Can’t Jump where Wesley Snipes is getting hustled by Woody Harrelson keeps coming to mind [...]
TSP Andrew: Sometimes you just need to take several looks at a game from different perspectives. Since today is an off day, perhaps you want a second glance at what went down in Phoenix last night. If so, I think you need to read this:
"Looks like Gortat needed three arms to control Diaw this time"BOBCATS FALL (AGAIN) 95-89
So… one of the worst records in NBA...
Wow, I finally feel like I’ve found a team more hopeless than the Bobcats. Though the Phoenix Suns prevailed on Saturday night, 95-89, the game was close until about midway through the 4th quarter. Moreover, the Suns are an old team who could make up their own “What Ever Happened To?” trivia category (with the [...]
Olivier Mbaigoto scored a team-high 14 points in CMU's road loss at Ohio on Saturday. The Bobcats sport the MAC's top overall record at 19-4.
Ohio Swimming and Diving picked up its sixth straight win on Friday, earning an impressive 116-82 dual-meet victory at Xavier. The Bobcats leapt out to a fast start and never looked back, winning eight of the first nine events en route to picking up the victory.
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