By BRNC Lack of talent the major HornCats problem… I’m going to wrap up the three drafts that Rich Cho has directed for the Bobcats with a look at the teams with top ten picks in two of his three drafts. Those teams were Utah, Toronto, New Orleans, and Portland. I’ll also have a comment [...]
CHARLOTTE, N.C. - General manager Rich Cho had three stated goals to address on the Bobcats roster this offseason: interior scoring, rebounding andperimeter shooting.
With training camp a week away and the hay already in the barn so to speak, theres no denying the signing of Al Jefferson in free agency and the selectingof Cody Zeller in the NBA Draft addresses the first two. But...
Charlotte Bobcats fans had been expecting some free agent fireworks over this 4th of July weekend, just not down their pants. But that’s what we got on Thursday, courtesy of GM Rich Cho, who’d been promising/threatening a bold free agent move for several days. He delivered/detonated one yesterday by signing former Utah Jazz C Al [...]
Charlotte, N.C. -- General manager Rich Cho walked quietly into the Bobcats' media room Tuesday night, sitting down at the end of the first row of chairs as if he was still digesting the name that had flashed across the screen at the fourth pick and wasnt quite ready to be in front of the microphone just yet. President Rod Higgins followed a minute or so later, both equally despondent...
Michael Jordan is reportedly stepping away from the decision-making table for the Charlotte Bobcats.
According to an ESPN The Magazine article, Jordan has grown frustrated and upset with the Bobcats' performance under his watch, culminating in the league's worst winning percentage ever last season, .106.
Jordan will allow his GM Rich Cho to handle the day-to-day responsibilities...
General manager Rich Cho says it will take ''something enticing'' for the Bobcats to trade away the No. 2 overall pick in the NBA draft.
Cho won't say exactly what that entails.
For now the Bobcats haven't received a tantalizing enough offer and still own the rights to the No. 2 pick, although that could certainly change before the start of Thursday night...
Via AP on Fox
June 27, 2012
Bobcats general manager Rich Cho says it will take ''something enticing'' for the team to trade away the No. 2 overall pick in the NBA draft.
So far nothing tantalizing enough has come along.
That could change before the start of Thursday night's NBA draft though. While Bobcats president of basketball operations Rod Higgins says the team ''likes the...
Via AP on Fox
June 27, 2012
Rich Cho is copying the team-building ideology of the Thunder.
5 Good Choices
The Portland Trail Blazers are a couple of steps away from either returning to the team of promise or……the Charlotte Bobcats! This summer will go a long way to figuring out which path the Rip City club will follow. As the team needs to rebuild, they must do it from within the front office before they even worry about the on court components.
With only a temporary...
DOWN TO BUSINESS
Michael Jordan reportedly is planning to sell the Charlotte Bobcats if the franchise is unable to turn things around financially.