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All around the country (and likely some parts of the world) basketball fans are enjoying an early Christmas present—their favorite NBA stars are returning to work.
A handful of Bobcats—including rookies Bismarck Biyumbo and Kemba Walker—along with Anthony Morrow of the New Jersey Nets and Derrick Brown of the New York Knicks took to the court at Time Warner Cable Arena Friday (facilities were opened up on Thursday).
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Rookie lottery pick Bismack Biyombo was among six Charlotte Bobcats who worked out Friday on the court at Time Warner Cable Arena.
Now he just hopes he’ll be there when the NBA season opens later this month.
Biyombo is in the midst of contract dispute with Fuenlabrada after playing for the Spanish team last season prior to [...]
(By Rick Bonnell, firstname.lastname@example.org) Twenty points a game? Gotcha covered on that, coach.That was new Charlotte Bobcat Corey Maggettes response Monday to coach Paul Silas saying he expects Maggette to be this teams first offensive option and a vocal veteran presence in the locker room.
Hello Bobcats fans. I would like to take his opportunity to thank Teej and Ziggy for helping me out and letting me show my obsession for the Cats through this amazing site. The Bobcats has been a true passion for me through these last 3 years, and now I have an amazing chance to share [...]
Like everything else about the lockout-delayed 2011-12 NBA season, tonight's schedule release will be a little different. The NBA plans to release schedules for all 30 NBA teams tonight around 7 p.m., tied to an NBA TV announcement of the...
While my colleague James has been writing about interesting free agents (read his post!) I am going to discuss the future of this team as the Bobcats management obviously has started a rebuilding (again) of the franchise. Now in my eyes there are only a few things that can be done at this point thinking [...]
(By Rick Bonnell, email@example.com) Friday morning at the Charlotte Bobcats' practice gym wasn't even like the first day of school.It was like the week before school, when the cool kids start congregating. Players were back at Time Warner Cable Arena, running, jumping and shooting for the first time since June.
Ohio Swimming and Diving continued its dominance of the annual Zippy Invitational this weekend, claiming top honors at the competition for the sixth year in a row. The Bobcats reached the summit during the first day of the three-day invitational and never looked back, increasing their lead each day to ultimately finish 481.5 team points ahead of the nearest competitor.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. - Rookie lottery pick Bismack Biyombo was among six Charlotte Bobcats who worked out Friday on...
Allow me to reintroduce myself, my name is HUGH, H-to-the-U-G-Uh, never mind. Anyone who visited this site in the mid- to late-aughts might angrily recall my lame jokes and entirely fact-free analysis—mostly about my dog, Lincoln, but occasionally about the Bobcats as well. However, right around the time that Larry Brown announced he’d fallen in [...]