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The NBA said Thursday that officials Ed Malloy, John Goble and Violet Palmer missed a foul by Charlotte's Michael Kidd-Gilchrist against Toronto's Andrea Bargnani on a jump shot in the final seconds of the Bobcats' 98-97 victory Wednesday night.
The NBA said Bargnani should have been given two free throws and the clock stopped with approximately 2.4 seconds remaining. Replays showed Kidd-Gilchrist's right hand made contact with Bargnani's left wrist as the Toronto player shot, with the ball coming up well short.
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Bismack Biyombo is on his way, he’s making it. Asked by Stephanie Ready what was going through his mind in the frantic final 28 seconds of zaniness that led to a Bobcats win over the Toronto Raptors, Mack answered, “We have done a pretty good job as a team, and it was just big time.” [...]
posted by Mike MasayaPOUND THE ROCK STARS - On a nightly basis, no matter how good or bad the Raps play, no matter if they blow out a team or if they get blown out and no matter if they win or lose, these are the Raptors with the best 'Pound the Rock' status for the night.FINAL SCORE: BOBCATS 98, RAPTORS 97 SEASON RECORD: 3W-9LPOUND THE ROCK STAR #1: JONAS VALANCIUNASLINE...
CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Ramon Sessions hit a 16-footer with 28 seconds left and the Charlotte Bobcats made a late defensive stand to beat the Toronto Raptors 98-97 Wednesday night for their fifth win in the past six games.
The Bobcats led by as many as 10 in the fourth quarter, but the Raptors took the lead after a late run.
Sessions made a jumper from just beyond the foul line that...
I got a hard time from some fellow Bobcats enthusiasts this week for a gaffe on Charlotte’s winning streak. That was my bad. A few people also said I was over-reacting to the Bobcat’s 5-4 start. I disagree there. It was another narrow win, but the Bobcats got past the Toronto Raptors 98-97 on Wednesday [...]
While most of you are probably enjoying some stuffing with your Thanksgiving Day meal, you might to check out this stuff from Raptors rookie Terrence Ross.Watch as he puts Charlotte Bobcats forward Bismack Biyombo on a poster with this one-handed stuff:
Already the biggest surprise of the young season, the Charlotte Bobcats believe this is only the beginning.
The Bobcats will try to record their best start in the nine-year history of the franchise and match their entire win total from last season on Friday night when they host the Atlanta Hawks.
Just one season removed from finishing with the worst winning percentage in NBA history...
The Charlotte Bobcats appear much improved on the heels of their historically woeful season.
The Washington Wizards, meanwhile, are currently stuck in their own forgettable futility.
Two teams headed in different directions meet Saturday night when the host Wizards look to end their worst start in franchise history against the surprising Bobcats.
Charlotte knows a little something...
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) -- Atlanta Hawks coach Larry Drew warned his team to take the Charlotte Bobcats seriously and forget all about their record last season.
It sure looked as if his players were listening.
Al Horford had 26 points and 13 rebounds, and the Atlanta Hawks beat the Charlotte Bobcats 101-91 on Friday night for their fourth consecutive victory.
Horford called it one...
posted by Romy AquinoPOUND THE ROCK STARS - On a nightly basis, no matter how good or bad the Raps play, no matter if they blow out a team or if they get blown out and no matter if they win or lose, these are the Raptors with the best 'Pound the Rock' status for the night.FINAL SCORE: PISTONS 91, RAPTORS 90 SEASON RECORD: 3W-10LPOUND THE ROCK STAR #1: ANDREA BARGNANI...
PHILADELPHIA, PA — With a pair of disruptive losses to begin a five-game homestand, the Philadelphia faithfuls ended the stand with a crowd of nearly 14,000 standing on its feet, roaring in approval.
The Sixers dismantled an improved Toronto Raptors team, 106-98, Tuesday night, adding to a three-game winning streak at the Wells Fargo Center in South Philadelphia. The 106 points...
Not sure what these guys see, but they didn't want to ge any close to it.I'll admit it. If anyone had told me that we would have our first chance to surpass the entire win total of last season before the Thanksgiving leftovers were gone I'd have been skeptical. If I had the chance to make a bet against someone saying the Cats would be shooting for their second three game...
By BILL KISER, Sports XchangeCHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Al Horford and Jeff Teague both had double-doubles as the Atlanta Hawks held off a late rally to beat the Charlotte Bobcats 101-91 on Friday night. Horford had 26 points and 13 rebounds, while Teague added 13 points and 12 assists for the Hawks (7-4), who won their fourth straight game despite seeing the Bobcats erase double-digit...