Found August 06, 2013 on
Pro Sports Daily:
The Charlotte Bobcats have had a disturbing tendency over the years to part ways with key players with not much compensation – either via trade or free agency.
Raymond Felton Tyson Chandler Stephen Jackson Gerald Wallace – they were four of the most important players on the Bobcats’ lone playoff team ever (in 2010). None of them are here anymore.
Gerald Henderson is here however – the Bobcats held a press conference for him Monday after Henderson re-signed with the team. He’s guaranteed to be in Charlotte through the 2015 season but his third contract year can be voided at his option.
That’s not a perfect situation but it beats the alternative. Henderson and Kemba Walker were the Bobcats’ two best players last season. They both will return and the team has added several other key pieces – most notably first-round pick Cody Zeller and big man Al Jefferson who was the most expensive free-agent acquisition in team history.
Henderson spoke Monday of being “part of the problem” the l...
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CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- As Gerald Henderson was reintroduced as a Charlotte Bobcat Monday, it was obvious he and the Bobcats' front office wanted this conclusion all along. It always seemed the inevitable result that Henderson would end up back in Charlotte, but any negotiation that requires assessing someone's value usually ends in an awkward tap dance to the finish line.
The NBA free agency period is dying down, so it time to look back at each team who they signed. Also many trades went down, which I will also recap below.
Free Agent Signings
-Singed Al Jefferson to a three year deal worth $41 Million.
-Agreed to a two year deal worth $6 Million with Josh McRoberts.
- The Bobcats also resigned Gerald Henderson
Added through NBA Draft...
Former Indiana teammates Cody Zeller and Victor Oladipo joined forces to dunk all over (aka posterize) their fellow NBA rookies at a recent photo shoot.