Found August 14, 2013 on Fox Sports Ohio:
Submit questions to FOX Sports Ohio NBA columnist Sam Amico each Wednesday on Twitter or on his Facebook page. Hell answer them here: Question: How much improvement should Bobcats fans expect this season? - James McBee Answer: People like to rip on the Bobcats, but they should be improved. First, you have to expect youngsters like Kemba Walker and Michael Kidd-Gilchrist to be better. Second, Gerald Henderson finished strong last season. Third, I liked the choice of Cody Zeller in the draft -- and mostly, the signing of Al Jefferson in free agency. The Bobcats may not be playoff-bound, but their days of being a joke are over. Q: Who is your surprise team in the East? Cavs, Wizards or Raptors? - @iSwishKidz A: Of the ones you listed, Ill go with the Wizards. I say that because Ill be surprised if the Cavs DONT make the playoffs (with or without a healthy Andrew Bynum). Anyway, I really like the Wizards young trio of John Wall, Bradley Beal and rookie Otto Porter. As for the Raptor...

Jefferson admits defensive struggles

Al Jefferson is the newest Charlotte Bobcat, and the big man admitted that he has shortcomings on the defensive side of the ball.

Al Jefferson Admits He isn’t Good Defensively

The Charlotte Bobcats signed the 9-year veteran to an three-year, $40 million deal this off-season. Michael Jordan’s team knew they were getting somebody to provide some much-needed scorer in the front court, but in basketball there happens to be two ends of the floor. Most coaches and organizations value two-way players and unfortunately for the Bobcats, Jefferson isn’t that...
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