Originally posted on Trade Street Post  |  Last updated 4/8/12
The Bobcats come into this game TIRED. They battled the Bucks to the bitter end last night.  Only 6 players scored for the Fighting Felines last night, and they were hoping more points would come from other areas.  Atlanta came off of a victory last night off of the Detroit Pistons.  The Bobcats only had 9 available players and needed everything from every one of them as the Hawks threw the kitchen sink and Jeff Teague at the Bobcats. Bobcats fell 116-96 to the Hawks.     First quarter started off a little sluggish, until Byron Mullens blew up for a 3 and an alley-oop from Gerald Henderson. Joe Johnson and Josh Smith had other thoughts as they stormed the Hawks back to the lead early in the 1st.  Back to back turnovers lead to back-to-back fast break baskets for the A T L.  Not what we want to see. Rough passing early on, not enough cuts and no movement.  Byron Mullens continues his confidence push as he leads the team offensively for the second night in a row. Kemba Walker has looked
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