Found February 09, 2012 on
Hello Bobcats fans! I know I haven’t written for a long time, no it is nothing to do with me feeling too Depressed during this emphatic losing streak. I have had University exams for the last month which have been long and hard, a bit like the bobcats season. I believe Reggie Williams deserves some [...]
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Reggie Williams is averaging 21 points in two games.
Former Golden State Warrior Reggie Williams is still a favorite around here. In two starts for the Charlotte Bobcats, No. 55 has put up 21 points. His two game totals are 10 rebounds, 11 assists, four threes and a steal. He's also hit 14-of-30 shots while going 10-of-12 from the charity stripe.
I've been a little...
Yes, James Johnson 7-of-11 shots on his way to 15 points, seven rebounds, two steals and three blocks. A magnificent line (albeit with two turnovers and four fouls). He also threw down the sick dunk above. But this type of line from Johnson is far too rare. There are too many 0-fors or 1-fors and foul plagued nights to get excited.
There's no questioning Johnson's...
The most fixable aspect of the Charlotte Bobcats’ 12-game losing streak is the injury situation. It sounded Wednesday like three key players are on the mend. Gerald Henderson, D.J. Augustin and Corey Maggette – the team’s top three scorers this...
Are these Bobcats the worst team in NBA history? Observer NBA reporter Rick Bonnell weighs in on that, on the team's injury situation, and on which college player might be the best fit for Charlotte when the draft rolls around:
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) -- No Derrick Rose? No problem.
Joakim Noah had 17 points and 14 rebounds, Carlos Boozer scored 16 points and the Chicago Bulls throttled the Charlotte Bobcats 95-64 Friday night despite the absence of their leading scorer and reigning league MVP.
The Bulls (23-6) won their fifth straight overall and improved to 5-1 this season without Rose, who sat out because...
The Charlotte Bobcats have plenty of injuries. With the NBA's worst record, they are hoping for D.J. Augustin's return. CineSport's Brian Clark & the Charlotte Observer's Rick Bonnell discuss.Click to Continue »
To add insult to injury, we see Watson karate kick Kemba in the waist. It was all downhill from here.The Bobcats came into this game on a 12 game losing streak, and the Bulls come in with one of the leagues' top recording. They would clash on NASCAR night in the Queen City Friday the 10th. The Bobcats are hoping for a little shot in the arm soon as Corey Maggette returns...
The Charlotte Bobcats fell to the Chicago Bulls, 95-64. Kemba Walker had nine points off the bench for the Bobcats. With the loss, Charlotte dropped to a league worst 3-23.
The Charlotte Bobcats matched their longest losing streak ever Friday, with their 13th straight a 95-64 stinker against the Chicago Bulls, the best team in the Eastern Conference.Click to Continue »
Matchup to Watch: Blake Griffin vs. Boris Diaw. Griffin's ferocious approach to the game sets the bar these days.Click to Continue »
Hello Bobcats fans. Shortly after the loss to the Boston Celtics last night, I got to thinking. We have had some bad seasons in our short history, but this one is pretty bad. Our first season (2004-05) ended with an 18-64 record. This year, we’re on pace for 9.84 wins. That’s right folks, we’re on [...]
The Charlotte Bobcats fell to the Chicago Bulls, 95-64. Kemba Walker had nine points off the bench for the Bobcats. With the loss, Charlotte dropped to a league worst 3-23.Click to Continue »
As I suffered through the Bobcats’ ill-fated invasion of the crumbling Boston Celtics empire on Wednesday, I was reminded of why I love the Showtime drama Dexter so much. Dexter’s plot had an extremely shaky starting point (a story about an affable serial killer named Dexter) that has only grown increasingly ridiculous with each new [...]
Two streaks will be on the line this evening at Time Warner Cable Arena, as the Chicago Bulls go after their fifth straight win, while the Charlotte Bobcats attempt to avoid matching the longest losing streak in franchise history.
Maybe it's too much to suggest loaded-for-bear Kentucky could compete in the NBA. But before taking sides, Jeff Goodman asks if you've seen the Charlotte Bobcats lately.