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His critics piling up by the week, Charlotte Bobcats owner Michael Jordan finally came forward Wednesday to defend himself, his top executives and his franchise. Wednesday morning former Bobcats coach Larry Brown went on the Dan Patrick radio show, saying those around Jordan "don't have a clue" and made him "sick" when he worked there. Brown went so far as to suggest Jordan planted "spies" in the traveling party to check up on the coaches. Jordan responded with an exclusive interview in the Charlotte Observer, strongly denying the perception he surrounds himself with close friends and yes men. "It's absolutely wrong that I don't want guys to challenge me. And the people who say that aren't in the room," Jordan told the Observer. "The idea that people can't do that is just wrong. Curtis (Polk, team vice chairman) has worked with me for over 20 years and he's never had a problem telling me no. Rod (Higgins, ...
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Michael Jordan has been a terrible owner, and there is no argument that can be made against that. His most successful seasons with the Charlotte Bobcats were with SMU’s Larry Brown as the head coach, which saw the team reach the playoffs in Brown’s second season. It is the only playoff series that the Bobcats [...]
Hello, Friends! And I do mean friends. After over a year in exile, I, Andrew Barraclough/BIGCatBobcat/theRobertoGato (the original, accept no imitations), am back home at BobcatsPlanet.com. Ziggy and I talked through our issues, and believe me, they were many (they weren’t really many) and I’ve agreed to come back. I had one condition however: my [...]
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Michael Jordan's No. 23 has long been synonymous with greatness. By Thursday night that number could have a completely different meaning for him.
His Charlotte Bobcats face their 23rd consecutive loss and would finish the season with the worst winning percentage in NBA history (.106) if they don't beat the New York Knicks on the final night of the shrunken season. And that...
Not only are the Bobcats 7-57 against the league, they’re now 0-2 against national columnists. In SI.com, Michael Rosenberg wondered how someone as competitive as Michael Jordan could let something like this season happen. In his ESPN Insider Per Diem column, John Hollinger demonstrated how the team’s atrociousness is historically significant. I halfway expect to [...]
The Charlotte Bobcats are bad. That's not news to anybody. But just how bad are the spawn of Michael Jordan? The Bobcats are so bad, Air Jordan would be less of a detriment taking the floor at the age of 49 and having the hangtime of Phil Mickelson than he is running the front office. The Bobcats are so bad, Bill Walton can't find words to describe their ineptitude...
The Charlotte Bobcats couldn't even beat a Knicks team resting most of its starters, finishing with the worst winning percentage in NBA history after a 104-84 loss Thursday night.
J.R. Smith scored 22 points for the Knicks, who pulled away in the second half to clinch the Eastern Conference's No. 7 seed and a first-round playoff matchup against No. 2 Miami beginning Saturday...
Michael Jordan's No. 23 has long been synonymous with greatness. Now that number has a completely different meaning for him.
As Jordan watched from his luxury box, his Charlotte Bobcats lost their 23rd consecutive game Thursday night 104-84 to the New York Knicks to finish the shrunken season with the worst winning percentage in NBA history (.106). That means the man recognized...
The New York Knicks have secured the 7th seed in the playoffs. With that honor, they’ll be headed down to Miami to take on the Heat. But Thursday night they were in Charlotte. You’d think that meant there was nothing exciting about this game. I don’t think the Bobcats have won a game in April. [...]
The Knicks tried to help old nemesis and current Bobcats owner Michael Jordan. They sat out Carmelo Anthony, Tyson Chandler, and Baron Davis. They even dusted off the decaying corpse of Mike Bibby and played him just under 37 minutes. The Bobcats still lost by 20 at home and finished with the worst winning percentage in NBA history (.106). Their final record was 7-59. The Bobcats...
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) -- The Charlotte Bobcats couldn't even beat a Knicks team resting most of its starters, finishing with the worst winning percentage in NBA history after a 104-84 loss on Thursday night.
J.R. Smith scored 22 points for the Knicks, who pulled away in the second half to clinch the Eastern Conference's No. 7 seed and a first-round playoff matchup against...
With his team just two losses from setting a record for NBA
futility, Charlotte Bobcats owner Michael Jordan was called out
Wednesday by the team's former coach for his handling of the
Michael Jordan, arguably the greatest NBA player ever, is poised to become the owner of the worst team in league history.
His embarrassingly bad Charlotte Bobcats have one more shot to avoid the title.
Heading into Thursday night's regular-season finale, the Bobcats are teetering on the verge of the worst winning percentage (.106) ever and could clinch the dubious distinction...
Hendo, I got your back. Too many "no-calls" and "phantom-foul" calls for you all season, so enjoy this photo of you in front of TWC "Cloud City" Arena.Does anyone else miss Derrick Brown's "Poet's Corner"? I always got a kick out of him reciting song lyrics. I got started thinking about it during the game against Memphis. As...
Amare Stoudemire is just getting warmed up for the Miami Heat by putting the Bobcats Tyrus Thomas on a poster in the Knicks final regular season game Thursday night. The Knicks sent the Bobcats to their 23rd straight loss. The Knicks roll into South Beach to take on the Heat Saturday afternoon at 3:30 PM ET.