Found February 05, 2013 on
The Charlotte Bobcats just got some size back. Big man Byron Mullens returned to the court on Monday night, and right away did his part to make the Bobcats competitive, as he chipped in 12 points and nine rebounds in a narrow loss to the defending champion Miami Heat. If you’re wondering how valuable Mullens [...]
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Byron Mullens played fewer minutes (18) in his second game back from an ankle injury, but he still produced: 15 points, three 3-pointers, seven rebounds, three assists and a block.
Two nights ago, Mullens logged 28 minutes for 12 points (5-14 FG), two 3-pointers, nine rebounds, an assist and two blocks.
Mullens gives you threes out of the center position. That's the advantage...
You do not see the same types of injuries during a basketball game that you would watching football. It is sad, but seeing players lie motionless after a big hit or get carted off the field has become almost routine during football games. In basketball, there are not any pads, so if someone takes a blow to the head and gets knocked unconscious, it’s a scary moment.
The Cavs typically havent had much luck against the leagues worst in the Kyrie Irving era. But such is not the case vs. the Bobcats. The Cavs have beaten them five straight. And after getting an earful from Byron Scott about performing less-than-stellar against doormats, the Cavs are looking to bring it from the start against the leagues worst team, record-wise.
Our hometown heroes are facing an uphill climb against a superior Heat team tonight. Reeling after 3 straight losses, can the Cats take a trip down to South Beach and win a tilt against the defending champs? The team looks for a boost with the return of Byron Mullens to the lineup for the first time since his ankle injury on December 22nd. Welcome back Mully, we missed you...
By Jeff Rosenberg – Staff Writer
Welcome back everyone. This week we shift back to the East. Before we dive into the typical facets of my weekly article, lets kick this Eastern Conference write-up off by paying homage to The King. LeBron James put on a clinic last night at the Triple A in Miami, posting 31/8/8 with two steals. He made his first eight field goals, and was an absolute...