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  • Moving On

    By James on September 23, 2010
    There's no easy way to say it but this is my last official entry on Queen City Hoops as I've accepted a position with the Bobcats Radio Network as a Halftime and Post-game host. I appreciate Brett giving me the opportunity to fill up a few pages with my musings on this team and the NBA no matter how elementary […]
  • Why it makes sense for Larry Brown to make up his mind, like now

    By James on June 11, 2010
    It’s been over a month since the Bobcats last game and about the same amount of time since Larry Brown has spoken to the media and said “I don’t want this to drag on” since then Philadelphia, New Orleans and likely now Chicago and New Jersey have hired head coaches meanwhile Brown’s future with Charlotte seems uncertain. To his credit […]
  • Bobcats vs Magic: Game 4 Recap

    By James on April 27, 2010
    Boxscore of Magic and Bobcats – Game 4Score: 99-90 OrlandoBobcats record: 0-4Offensive Efficiency: 105.9Defensive Efficiency: 116.5Meritorious Player: Tyrus Thomas 21pts (9-12FGs) 9 rebs I must say this was difficult to watch, especially the final quarter. Orlando was one of the worst matchups for the Charlotte Bobcats to draw in the first round but I honestly thought they could steal one […]
  • Bobcats vs Magic: Game 3 Recap

    By James on April 24, 2010
    Boxscore of Magic and Bobcats – Game 3Score: 90-86 OrlandoBobcats record: 0-3Offensive Efficiency: 94.5Defensive Efficiency: 98.9Meritorious Player: Larry Hughes 14 points, (5-6 FGs, 2-3 3PTRS), 3 rebounds “They're beating us. On both ends.” Those were the words of Stephen Jackson following the Charlotte Bobcats 90-86 loss to the Orlando Magic. Succinct and painful, those words are the truth. No team […]
  • Charlotte Bobcats and Orlando Magic: I say…

    By James on April 16, 2010
    This is quite a mountain that the Charlotte Bobcats have to climb here. Orlando is probably the second worst matchup for them behind Boston and it's easy to see why, the Magic do just about everything that Charlotte does equally or better. I won't steal the thunder from our breakdown by the numbers but Orlando is Charlotte's true equal on […]
  • Charlotte Bobcats and Orlando Magic: The players say…

    By James on April 16, 2010
    We have already heard from a couple of Orlando Magic bloggers about the upcoming series and now it is time to move onto a different source. Here are some key quotes from the Charlotte Bobcats about their first ever trip to the playoffs and how they matchup with the Orlando Magic – the players say… On the lack of experience […]
  • Bobcats fall to Bulls to end regular season

    By James on April 15, 2010
    Boxscore of Bulls and Bobcats Score: 98-89 Chicago Bobcats record: 44-38 Offensive Efficiency: 97.8 Defensive Efficiency: 106.5 Meritorious Player:Tyrus Thomas 16 pts, 9 rebs, 2 blks Well Larry Brown tried to do the right thing for the league but after watching Tyson Chandler go down with a hip pointer and an elbow contusion on a nasty fall in the second […]
  • How can the Bobcats get better?

    By James on April 8, 2010
    Henry Abbot of ESPN's Truhoop just posted one of the most interesting and thought-provoking pieces on basketball that I've read this season: Young NBA players need minutes. It's a long read but well worth it and as a matter of fact just stop reading now and click the link and come back here later. Finished, good. The thing that jumps […]
  • Bobcats take down Bucks in OT

    By James on April 2, 2010
    Boxscore Score: 87-86 (OT) Charlotte Bobcats record: 40-35 Offensive Efficiency: 95.6 Defensive Efficiency: 94.5 Meritorious Player: Scott Wall err… I mean Stephen Jackson 32 points, 5 rebs, 6 turnovers Before I get to how hard these two playoff teams fought and how the Bobcats rallied after a ridiculously early ejection for Larry Brown lets talk a little about how this […]
  • Raptors win in CLT, take season series

    By James on March 30, 2010
    Boxscore Score: 103-101 Toronto Bobcats record: 38-35 Offensive Efficiency: 111.0 Defensive Efficiency: 114.4 Meritorious Player: Raymond Felton 18 pts, 7 assists, 5 rebounds, 3 turnovers* I put the asterisk by Felton's three turnovers because I can't totally blame him on his late dish to Tyson Chandler that bounced out of bounds because that was the right play to make given […]