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Charlotte Bobcats: Is There Any Hope For Their Future?
The Charlotte Bobcats are once again on pace to finish with the worst record in the NBA and are still, well terrible. They can’t play defense, they can’t rebound and they can’t score. But are they in a different place than they were last year, when they finished with the worst record in NBA history? Yes.
There are a few positives that have come out of this season, despite their porous record and play. They look to have a few building blocks in place in Kemba Walker and Michael Kidd-Gilchrist. Walker has proven that he can play point guard full time, as well as being an excellent scorer and should be their leading scorer for years to come. Kidd-Gilchrist started out the season hot, but has not improved the way fans have hoped for and he still can’t shoot the ball, but he is already an above average defender, rebounder and has an incredible motor. He is exactly who everyone thought he would be at this point in his career, but he s...
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CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Gerald Henderson scored 24 points, Kemba Walker had 17 points, 10 assists and five steals, and the Charlotte Bobcats snapped Philadelphia's three-game winning streak with an 88-83 victory over the 76ers on Wednesday night.
Henderson had a crucial steal late in the game and scored four points in the final minute to help the Bobcats end a three-game skid. Josh...
CHARLOTTE -- For the moment, the jovial, locker room jokester that frequently jumps in reporter's interviews to ask questions or shoots lighthearted barbs at his teammates' wardrobes as they exit the locker room is gone.
So is the contagious smile and gregarious charisma thats come to define Kemba Walkers relationship with the media. His voice gets serious in tone, looking...
The best thing you can say about the Bobcats game on Wednesday night is that there are only six more of them to go. But the second-best thing you can say is that the Bobcats came out on top against a Philadelphia 76ers team that was desperately looking to keep their playoff hopes alive. They’ll [...]
The Bobcats announced Wednesday that they’ve signed guard, Jannero Pargo, for the remainder of the season. The nine-year-veteran has averaged 9.4 points and 2.5 assists (17.4 minutes) in 10 games since signing with the team.
According to Charlotte Bobcats:
Charlotte Bobcats President of Basketball Operations Rod Higgins announced today that the team has signed guard Jannero Pargo...
Hendo with a big jam to start the second half.
So, I was in attendance for tonight’s game, and I apologize if the recap is not a long one. I just got home at 11PM to put this thing together. During the start of the second quarter, I received an email where the first quarter play of the Bobcats made my partner in crime toss his cookies and refuse to write a recap for me...
Gerald Henderson scored 24 points, Kemba Walker had 17 points, 10 assists and five steals, and the Charlotte Bobcats snapped Philadelphia's three-game winning streak with an 88-83 victory over the 76ers on Wednesday night.
Henderson had a crucial steal late in the game and scored four points in the final minute to help the Bobcats end a three-game skid. Josh McRoberts added...