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According to Yahoo! Sports’ Adrian Wojnarowski, the Charlotte Bobcats have signed former Golden State Warriors swingman Reggie Williams to a 2-year deal worth 5 million dollars. The 25-year old former D-league player averaged 9.2 points on 46.9% shooting from the field and 42.3% shooting from deep last season, and averaged 15.2 points on 49.5% shooting…
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The Bobcats have signed 25-year old small forward Reggie Williams to a 2-year, $5 million dollar deal. Williams played in 80 games (9 starts) for the Warriors last year and he averaged 20.3 minutes, 9.2 points, 2.7 rebounds and 1.5 assists per game. He has now played in 104 games (19 starts) in his first two years in the NBA and he is averaging 23.2 minutes, 10.6 points, 3.1...
The Warriors are interested in signing Reggie Williams, though they rescinded their qualifying offer to him in order to sign DeAndre Jordan to an offer sheet.
Kwame Brown's season with the Golden State Warriors is all but over.
The Warriors announced Thursday that the former No. 1 overall pick is expected to miss at least three months because of a chest injury, putting the much-maligned center's season in serious jeopardy. He will have surgery in the next few days to repair a tear in his pectoralis major, the large chest muscle...
Barring some unforeseen change over the next two weeks, Boris Diaw is the Charlotte Bobcats’ opening-night center. That’s the up-shot, after free agent center Kwame Brown took a one-year, $7 million offer from the Golden State Warriors Tuesday. That leaves...
It’s rare for the Charlotte Bobcats to make the headlines (unless they do something notably terrible), and that drives forward Tyrus Thomas crazy. Per the Charlotte Observer: “My drive is because of the fact every other team is getting mentioned right now, whether it’s their blockbuster trade or how good they’ll be,’ Thomas told the Observer Monday. ‘So I know we have...
Monta Ellis has the skills necessary to succeed in the low post, Warriors coach Mark Jackson said.
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Charlotte Bobcats Owner and certified G.O.A.T. Michael Jordan always has had a playful competitive side…He could have fun and smile, while stepping on your throat — Here’s Michael trying to distract guys today in practice while they shoot free throws…MJ is the man. -TO
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(By Rick Bonnell, firstname.lastname@example.org) Barring some unforeseen change over the next two weeks, Boris Diaw is the Charlotte Bobcats' opening-night center.And his backup, Gana Diop, acknowledged he's 25 pounds overweight and way behind in preparing for the season.
Michael Jordan has been the primary owner of the Charlotte Bobcats for almost two years, and his franchise has been unable to gain a solid foothold locally and struggled financially since becoming an expansion franchise in 2004. He explained his stance as a supposed hard-line owner during the NBA lockout, telling reporters in Charlotte on Wednesday that his objective was to get a...
The Golden State Warriors have signed free agent forward Dominic McGuire, the team announced today. Per team policy, terms of the agreement were not released.
McGuire, 26, played with the Charlotte Bobcats last season, appearing in 52 games (eight starts) and averaging 3.3 points and 3.8 rebounds in 14.6 minutes per contest. In eight starting assignments, [...]
The Golden State Warriors have signed free agent forward Dominic McGuire.
Last season: 35-46, 10 games out of the playoffs in the West. Head Coach: Mark Jackson, who better hope to find something better to say to his players in the huddle than “Hand down, man down!” if he hopes to keep their attention as the season wears on. Key Departures: Reggie Williams, Charlie Bell, Jeremy…
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(By Rick Bonnell) email@example.comThe Charlotte Bobcats addressed two holes in the roster Wednesday by coming to terms with free agents Reggie Williams and Melvin Ely.