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Bobcats assistant coach Bob Beyer arrested

Bobcats first year assistant Bob Beyer was arrested at a restaurant in Saratoga Springs, NY last night after Beyer and his friends got into a fight inside the establishment, according to reports.

Police said that one man was being taken into custody when Beyer thought it’d be a good idea to get [...]

Bobcats sign Jannero Pargo, chasing Anthony Tolliver

Charlotte has re-signed Jannero Pargo to return as their third point guard, according to a report from Rick Bonnell at The Charlotte Observer. The deal is for one year at $1.4 million, the veteran’s minimum.

Picked up after Ramon Sessions went down with an injury in early March, Pargo played well [...]

2013-14 Bobcats schedule released — QCH 3-on-3 reaction

1- What’s your favorite aspect of the 2013-14 Charlotte Bobcats schedule?

Spencer: 10 of the first 16 games for Charlotte will be played at home and it’s not against the stiffest competition either. A hot start is possible, and although that was the case last year as well, this roster is obviously built [...]

Gerald Henderson agrees to deal for 3 years, $18 million

Gerald Henderson will be back in Charlotte next season, according to reports from Yahoo’s Adrian Wojnarowski and Rick Bonnell at The Charlotte Observer. Henderson has agreed in principle to a three-year, $18 million contract that includes a player option in the third year.

For whatever reason, there wasn’t much interest in [...]

Game #4: Bobcats move into Quarterfinals of Summer League

Charlotte has reached the quarterfinals of the Las Vegas Summer League with a 92-84 victory over Memphis last night. The Bobcats will play the D-League Select Team on Saturday, who defeated Minnesota last night to advance.

Let’s have a look at some of the impact performances from the win last night for Charlotte. [...]

Summer League game #2: Bobcats cruise past Mavs

Charlotte looked sharp most of the night, especially when the key players were in the game on their way to a victory. Charlotte led the entire game. The team was very cognizant of help D + driving lanes/gaps on the defensive end — Charlotte looks pretty sharp defensively for a summer league team. The [...]

UPDATE: Henderson has possibly become too expensive for Charlotte

Y! Sources: As talks stall with restricted free agent Gerald Henderson, Charlotte probes for sign-and-trade deals. http://t.co/5HPNE2NCtC

— Adrian Wojnarowski (@WojYahooNBA) July 11, 2013

As you can see below, when I posted on Tuesday, we have arrived at the place that Chris Broussard first got the track on and I suspected the market may [...]

Bobcats Summer League Preview

Charlotte will open up summer league action Friday night in Las Vegas against San Antonio. Michael Kidd-Gilchrist, Bismack Biyombo, Jeff Taylor and rookie Cody Zeller headline the roster for the Bobcats this summer — seemingly one of the stronger top-4 of any roster in summer league.

This year’s summer league will have a more [...]

Josh McRoberts will re-sign with Charlotte

Charlotte and Josh McRoberts have come to terms on a two-year deal worth $5.5mil according to Rick Bonnell of the Charlotte Observer. The second year of the contact will be a player option for McRoberts, so depending on his performance next season, we’ll see if he’ll actually be in Charlotte for two more seasons.

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Al Jefferson to sign with Bobcats for 3 years, $41 million

Well, it happened. After a week of rumors, Al Jefferson is reportedly set to sign a three-year contract worth $41 million, reports ESPN’s Marc Stein. The deal will have a player option that allows Jefferson to opt out after the second year. As expected, Tyrus Thomas will be amnestied to make the numbers [...]