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The Charlotte Bobcats have lost 35-year old forward Eduardo Najera for the next 6-8 weeks due to knee surgery. Najera played in 31 games (0 starts) for the Bobcats last year and he averaged 12.0 minutes, 2.2 points, 1.4 rebounds and 0.6 assists per game. The Bobcats are losing players left and right to injury, so even the loss of Najera is going to hurt the team when the 2011-12 season starts.
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CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Paul Silas sat relaxed and laughing it up with the media Thursday morning, as his Charlotte Bobcats inch closer to the belated start to their 2011-12 basketball season.
Silas has logged a lot of NBA miles as a player and coach, so he's reached a point in his career where he simply isn't going to reveal any stress or major concerns. The man carries a pretty...
Charlotte Bobcats forward Eduardo Najera underwent successful surgery this morning to repair a cartilage tear in his left knee that was discovered during an MRI earlier this week. The surgery was performed by Bobcats team physician Dr. Glenn Perry at Midtown Medical Plaza in Charlotte.
He is expected to be sidelined for approximately 6-8 weeks.
Najera saw [...]
The Bobcats have signed 25-year old small forward Reggie Williams to a 2-year, $5 million dollar deal. Williams played in 80 games (9 starts) for the Warriors last year and he averaged 20.3 minutes, 9.2 points, 2.7 rebounds and 1.5 assists per game. He has now played in 104 games (19 starts) in his first two years in the NBA and he is averaging 23.2 minutes, 10.6 points, 3.1...
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) -- Bobcats forward Eduardo Najera has had surgery to repair torn cartilage in his left knee and will miss 6-8 weeks.
He wasn’t the best option in the league, but Kwame Brown gave the team a serviceable big man to play with. Had Bismack Biyombo been able to get out of his Spanish league contract, he would have likely logged some minutes there as well in order to ease the youngster to the NBA game.
Bismack Biyombo was 7th overall pick in this year 2011 NBA draft. Biyombo, who is from the Congo was taken by the Sacramento Kings then he was traded to the Charlotte Bobcats.
Biyombo decided to start his young career by playing in Spain. He made his professional debut in the Spanish ACB League with Fuenlabrada against DKV Joventut on January 9, 2011.
There was always...
Charlotte Bobcats President of Basketball Operations Rod Higgins announced today that the team has signed guard Reggie Williams. Per team policy, terms of the deal were not disclosed. We’ll post contract details here later today.
The 6-6 Williams signed with the Warriors in March 2010 and spent the remainder of the 2009-10 season and all of [...]
Because the Bobcats needed something else to go wrong… Eduardo Najera will be out for six to eight weeks recovering from surgery to repair a cartilage tear in his knee, tweets Steve Reed with the Associated Press. The Bobcats are already without Reggie Williams for a while due to knee surgery and Bismack Biyombo can’t…
Bobcats coach Paul Silas got what he wanted -- a long-range shooter. Charlotte signed shooting guard Reggie Williams Thursday to a two-year contract, filling one of the team's biggest needs. Finanacial terms were not released.
Last season: 34-48, three games out of the Eastern Conference playoff picture. Head Coach: Paul Silas, who will get his first full season at the helm after taking over for Larry Brown in December of last year. Key Departures: Stephen Jackson and Shaun Livingston, traded away to Milwaukee in a draft day deal. Key Additions:…
By STEVE REEDCHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) -- The Bobcats have signed shooting guard Reggie Williams to a two-year contract, the team confirmed on Thursday.
Williams, entering his third NBA season, is expected to join the Bobcats today for workouts.
Williams had been a restricted free agent but Golden State rescinded his rights in their efforts to sign a center.
Bobcats coach Paul Silas...
Can knee-cartilage tears be contagious?
Sure seems to be going around the Charlotte Bobcats. First they signed...
The Charlotte Bobcats signed guard Reggie Williams on Thursday. Per team policy, terms of the deal were not disclosed.
I like the Reggie Williams signing in Charlotte — right now that offense is going to rely too much on Corey Maggette and Williams is a guy who could be the spark off the bench, the sixth man who comes in with the green light and changes the flow of the game. But 24-hours after…
"Point-center." A basketball oxymoron, right? How can a center be a point guard or how could a point guard play center?