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5TH QUARTER MAGAZINE:
NBA legend and Charlotte Bobcats owner Michael Jordan is getting married to his long time girlfriend Yvette Prieto in a month. Even though it’s the second marriage for MJ, that didn’t stop [...]
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The last time I scouted a guard for the Bobcats for the upcoming 2013 NBA Draft, a loyal reader screamed bloody murder in regards to the mere possibility of Charlotte adding another guard when it’s painfully obvious their biggest need is down low. That may be true, but it’s finally time to take a look [...]
I could bore you guys to death with another game recap, or I could compile some data and present everyone with a few details that may point to the direction we go in during the off season. What’s that? You’re curious about the future? You really wanted to read a recap to see what was different about the latest matchup, but you’re curious as to what information I may or...
“We got a lot of guys with pride and a lot of heart,” said Gerald Henderson after the Bobcats’ failed semi-comeback against the Knicks on Friday night, “We just couldn’t come up with it at the end of the game.” An answer for J.R. Smith and Carmelo Anthony is the “it” with which the Bobcats [...]
Javaris Crittenton, a former NBA player, was indicted Tuesday on murder charges stemming from a 2011 Atlanta shooting that claimed the life of 22-year-old mother of four, Jullian Jones.
The shooting, a drive-by, was in retaliation for a robbery in which Crittenton was the victim. Jones was not the intended target.
From NBC 11 Alive in Atlanta…
The 12- count indictment...
We’re six NBA prospects in, but the possibilities remain endless for the Charlotte Bobcats heading into the 2013 NBA Draft. We’ll eventually cover all the bases by even scouting a guy Charlotte probably doesn’t necessarily “need” in Oklahoma State point guard Marcus Smart, but for now we’re trying to nail down the main big name [...]
The Bobcats-Bucks game on Monday night featured less defense than the Maginot Line as both teams blitzed each other for 51% shooting. In losing 133-99, the Bobcats allowed the Bucks to score their highest point total since 2009 and—even more embarrassingly—allowed Monta Ellis to be praised for his defense. “He’s playing as hard as he [...]
Maybe take some notes on rotations and what is working, and rock out less...
The Bobcats’ youth movement put on a display last night that gives fans hope for the future. But that display did not translate into a win for the struggling Cats. They just didn’t have enough to get over the hump, suffering a 100-92 defeat at the hands of Philadelphia 76ers...