Found August 25, 2013 on HoopStuff:
Charlotte Bobcats: The NBA’s Most Underrated Team By Josh Morgan: Owner and Publisher With all due respect, calling a team with the history the Bobcats under-rated, is a bit of a misnomer. No one is really expecting them to do very much this season, as they have only made the playoffs once in franchise history and by most accounts have been inept. This offseason could very well change things however. The front office added some quality players through the draft and free agency and with improvement from recent draft picks, they could really surprise the rest of the Eastern Conference. The improvements start with the signing of free agent Al Jefferson. Jefferson greatly improves the Bobcats’ offense inside the paint, which was 24th in the league last season. While this takes into account more than just scoring from bigs, having a player the guards can dump the ball off to for dunks, will make help defenders think before rotating over and the guards in Charlotte are very good finishers...
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