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This can’t be a good sign for the Bobcats brass. The marketing department must be filled with interns because they are going to be practically giving away season tickets if the team wins the NBA draft lottery. According to the Charlotte Observer: “The team started advertising a promotion Wednesday where the price for an upper-deck [...]
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Things were bad for the Charlotte Bobcats this year. Like 7-59 bad. Like worst season in NBA history bad. Like many calling Michael Jordan one of the worst owners in history bad. Things were bad, get the point? So bad in fact that the Bobcats know that they need to either increase demand in their product, the team doesn't have a lot going for it other than the likelihood...
Last week, the Bobcats decided not to bring back Coach Paul Silas for the 2012-2013 season. Though it should be noted that they’re keeping him on as a consultant, which—given this team—is arguably a crueler thing to do than simply firing him. Anyway, the search is now on for his replacement. Besides the qualities mentioned [...]
The handful of remaining Bobcats fans in the world currently have their fingers crossed that the team earns the No. 1 pick in the upcoming NBA draft lottery. Charlotte has not won a playoff game in its eight-year existence, but a player like Kentucky’s Anthony Davis could give fans hope for the future. It could also make season tickets overwhelmingly affordable.
After the worst season in NBA history, the Charlotte Bobcats don’t have people busting down their door wanting to be the next head coach. In fact, they may not be able to fill that position for a while, because they may not even want to right now. The Bobcats have a lot of potential to make themselves better in the offseason, which could help attract a better coach.
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Michael Jordan’s struggles don’t just pertain to his Charlotte Bobcats team. According to Gossip Extra, “A Texas company last week placed a lien on the sprawling house that the six-time Chicago Bulls world champ is having built in Jupiter because some bills on the $20 million-construction aren’t getting paid. The Dallas-based Southwest...