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Losers of 10th straight games, the Charlotte Bobcats have also lost their leading scorer.Click to Continue »
BEST OF MAXIM
The Bobcats are careening toward the worst record in the NBA, but that doesn't guarantee the top pick in the 2012 draft. Under rules of the draft lottery, the worst team is guaranteed no worse than the fourth pick.
In seven previous NBA drafts, the Bobcats' highest picks have been second (Emeka Okafor, via trade with the Clippers in 2005) and third (Adam Morrison). Okafor...
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) -- It's hard to imagine things looking any bleaker for the Bobcats.
They've lost 10 straight games, have the NBA's worst record and are coming off a 44-point drubbing Wednesday night at Portland, the worst loss in franchise history.
That's why Charlotte director of basketball operations Rod Higgins said now, more than ever, the Bobcats need...
Ex-Charlotte Bobcat Gerald Wallace told me last winter in Portland, Ore., how betrayed he felt by his former team’s decision to trade him at mid-season. Clearly, Wallace hadn’t gotten over that as of Wednesday’s game vs. the Bobcats. After scoring...
NBA Matchup Insight
The Blazers are coming off, yet another, road loss, but it should not be too hard to get back in the W column facing a Bobcats’ team that is the worst in the league and on top of that have several injured starters.
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Charlotte Bobcats (3-19) at Portland Trailblazers (12-9)
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So, should the Charlotte Bobcats fire coach Paul Silas in the wake of a massive losing streak and a gigantic loss to the Portland Trail Blazers? It would be handy. It would be validating to management and ownership. It would...
A person familiar with the situation says Bobcats guard/forward Gerald Henderson will miss 2-4 weeks with a strained right hamstring.
Charlotte guard Gerald Henderson said that there wasn't much the Bobcats could do while suffering the worst defeat in franchise history.Click to Continue »
The hapless Charlotte Bobcats are now even more hapless, as they’ll be without their leading scorer for up to a month. From the Observer: “On the heels of losing their 10th straight game, the Charlotte Bobcats have also lost their leading scorer. A magnetic resonance imaging confirmed Thursday that shooting guard Gerald Henderson suffered a strained right hamstring in Wednesday’s...
Ranking the NBA from worst to first… 30. Charlotte Bobcats (3-19) Last Week: 29, -1 The worst team in the league. Bar none. Nine straight losses. Their only bright spot in all of this is Kemba Walker. In his last five games, he’s averaging 15.2 points, seven rebounds and five assists a game and had [...]
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) -- A person familiar with the situation says Bobcats guard/forward Gerald Henderson will miss two-to-four weeks with a strained right hamstring.
The hapless Charlotte Bobcats will try to avoid a 10th straight loss tonight when they resume a four-game road trip against the Portland Trail Blazers in Rip City.
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