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@NataTheScribe answers five questions pertaining to the Charlotte Bobcats; be sure to follow him on twitter. 1. Grade you would give to the Charlotte Bobcats for their draft/limited off-season? To be honest, I’d have to give them a B. I love the drafting of Jeff Taylor, as I think he’s at least Jared Dudley. The [...]The post NBA Inquiry: 5 Questions For A Charlotte Bobcats Fan appeared first on The NBA Mistress.
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After last season’s debacle the expectations that many fans will likely have for this year’s Bobcats is that they don’t do worse than they did last season now that there will be 16 more games on the schedule. Living through a 7-59 season was bad enough. Now that the option of doing worse is open [...]
After posting the worst season in NBA history, the Charlotte Bobcats have a lot to improve on.
You can start with the offense.
The Bobcats scored only 87 points per game last year, worst in the league by a good margin. First year coach Mike Dunlap is hoping his new game plan will spark some life into his team.
Dunlap believes in something he calls “kill spots” or...
Let's be honest, there wasn't much to be happy about from the dismal 2011-12 Charlotte Bobcats season. The team finished with a horrific 7-59 record in a lock out shortened season but surprisingly, there were some highlights for Charlotte fans to hang their hat on.
From Kemba Walker, Gerald Wallace to Cory Maggette, the team did give fans a reason to get up and out of...
The Charlotte Bobcats will wait a few days into the new 2012-13 NBA season to officially get started, but fans can rejoice that their season opener will come at home. Their season opening matchup with the Indiana Pacers will be a solid, although not unbeatable, test to begin the year. In fact, Indiana’s defensive tendencies [...]
All right, it’s time to face the music and preview the centers. What would the “music” be in this case? Probably an endless loop of “Barbie Girl.” I’ll work my way up from Gana Diop to Brendan Haywood to Byron Mullens—in other words, in ascending order of functional basketball player. Let’s start with the large, [...]
Believe it or not, the NBA's regular season is this week. To get you ready, Crossover Chronicles will be profiling a team each day for the next few weeks. This week is the Southeast Division. Today is the Charlotte Bobcats.
2011-12 Record: 7-59
Key Losses: Corey Maggette (traded to Detroit), D.J. Augustin (signed with Indiana), D.J. White (free agent)