Found February 11, 2012 on
Ohio University Athletics:
Ohio dropped its final regular-season game against a Mid-American Conference West Division foe this evening when it lost at Eastern Michigan, 68-55. The Bobcats fell to 7-4 in league play and maintain an overall mark of 19-6.
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Back in early January, after a 30 point loss to the Hawks, Bobcats guard Gerald Henderson sat in the visitors' locker room, icing his knees with the glummest expression. After dropping in 16 points another solid performance he was asked about his improved play. He didn't much care to discuss his play, though.
"I wish we could win some more games, man," he said...
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CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) -- No Derrick Rose? No problem.
Joakim Noah had 17 points and 14 rebounds, Carlos Boozer scored 16 points and the Chicago Bulls throttled the Charlotte Bobcats 95-64 Friday night despite the absence of their leading scorer and reigning league MVP.
The Bulls (23-6) won their fifth straight overall and improved to 5-1 this season without Rose, who sat out because...
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) -- Bobcats coach Paul Silas says Corey Maggette will return to the starting lineup for Saturday night's game against the Los Angeles Clippers in place of Tyrus Thomas.
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The Bobcats played as the Carolina Cougars on Saturday night, and “Cougars” is a fitting name for this team, considering how many of their losses are over 30 and pathetic. Their opponents were the Clippers (playing in LA Stars throwbacks that must have been created before the invention of fonts), and Blake Griffin and his [...]
The Charlotte Bobcats fell to the Chicago Bulls, 95-64. Kemba Walker had nine points off the bench for the Bobcats. With the loss, Charlotte dropped to a league worst 3-23.
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The Charlotte Bobcats fell to the Chicago Bulls, 95-64. Kemba Walker had nine points off the bench for the Bobcats. With the loss, Charlotte dropped to a league worst 3-23.Click to Continue »
The Charlotte Bobcats matched their longest losing streak ever Friday, with their 13th straight a 95-64 stinker against the Chicago Bulls, the best team in the Eastern Conference.Click to Continue »
The Charlotte Bobcats lost their franchise record 14th straight game in a 111-86 drubbing by the Los Angeles Clippers. Rookie Kemba Walker led the Bobcats with 19 points…Click to Continue »
Matchup to Watch: Lou Williams vs. the Bobcats' bench. The Sixers' sixth man also is their leading scorer at 15.6 points per game.Click to Continue »