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  • Midway Point – 10 Observations

    By Mathew Lewis on January 24, 2013
    The Bobcats eclipsed the midway point of the season last night, losing to the Atlanta Hawks for the fourth occasion in as many contests. Through 42 games, the team stands at 10-32. Depending on your expectations, this season has been somewhat of a pleasant surprise, pretty much as expected, or a frustrating disappointment. Given their win total to date is not […]
  • Cory Higgins: Season Report Card

    By Mathew Lewis on June 15, 2012
    PER PER Against (Net) Cory Higgins 3.89 16.03 (-3.31) Strengths: Unfortunately not much at this point in his career. If I had to pick one thing it would be his ability to create his own shot (or willingness to shoot when he is handling the ball, depends on how you look at it) as he trailed only Augustin and Walker […]
  • Gerald Henderson: Season Report Card

    By Spencer Percy on June 14, 2012
    PER PER Against (Net) Gerald Henderson 14.06 13.3 (-0.49) Strengths: Mid-range jump shot and attacking the basket looking to score. Hendo isn’t extremely tall at just 6’5, but he’s got good strength at the SG position and plays bigger than his actual height. He’s got a good balance of torching defenders with his mid-range game and also getting to the […]
  • Bismack Biyombo: Season Report Card

    By Brett on June 12, 2012
    PER PER Against (Net) Bismack Biyombo 10.96 17.49 (-2.46) Strengths: Shot blocking, rebounding, hustle. Bismack finished the season averaging 3.2 blocks per 40 minutes, good for top 15 in the league. He also posted solid (though not spectacular) rebound rates, 8.3 offensive and 19.1 defensive. But most of all, he was one of the few Bobcats to play with consistent […]
  • Corey Maggette: Season Report Card

    By Jenn on June 11, 2012
    PER PER Against (Net) Corey Maggette 14 13.44 (.57) Strengths: When Maggette is healthy, he is the best offensive players on the roster. However, his season with the Bobcats was plagued by injury. Nonetheless, Maggette had an average PER of 14 behind only Walker and Brown. Weaknesses: Maggette knows how to personally rack up points for the Bobcats, but is […]
  • D.J. Augustin: Season Report Card

    By Spencer Percy on June 8, 2012
    PER PER Against (Net) D.J. Augustin 14.19 17.14 (-3.23) Strengths: As a point guard, Augustin has always been thought of as an above average shooter and exploded onto the scene as a rookie where he knocked down 44% of his 3PA. In his rookie campaign Augustin was able to play off of the ball most of the time with Raymond […]
  • Tyrus Thomas: Season Report Card

    By Spencer Percy on June 1, 2012
    PER PER Against (Net) Tyrus Thomas 9 17.25 (-2.38) Strengths: Length and athleticism for his size. Tyrus’ length allows him to block/alter many shots on the defensive end. He fell second on the team this season, behind Bismack Biyombo, in blocks/40 min, averaging 2.4. Tyrus athleticism also allows him to be effective on offense when running the floor and getting […]
  • Jamario Moon: Season Report Card

    By Jenn on May 28, 2012
    PER PER Against (Net) Jamario Moon 3.27 8.53 (1.96) Strengths: Moon was called up from the D-League with 8 games left in the season, filling the roster spot created from Diaw’s contract buy out. With injuries from Maggette and Najera, Moon averaged about 15 minutes per game, with 2.3 points and a per of 3.35. As a former Harlem Globetrotter, […]
  • Season Report Card: Kemba Walker

    By Spencer Percy on May 23, 2012
    PER PER Against (Net) Kemba Walker 14.78 17.07 (-3.24) Strengths: Ball handling and ability to create his own shot. Even though Kemba struggled at the PG position for much of the season, he showed us flashes of what we knew he could do well. Kemba is lighting quick in the open floor and has a first step that most defenders […]
  • D.J. White: Season Report Card

    By Mathew Lewis on May 18, 2012
    PER PER Against (Net) D.J. White 12.46 19.22 (-4.14) Strengths: White has been another good find for the organization, much in the same vein as Derrick Brown and Byron Mullens. He has proved himself to be a valuable rotation player who can knock down a mid-range jumper (40+ percent up to and including 16-23 feet) and rebound effectively on the […]