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  • Bobcats drop two straight in the midwest; season slipping away

    By Spencer Percy on March 20, 2011
    The season seems to be slipping away from the Bobcats very quickly as  they were blown out in Oklahoma City and San Antonio this weekend  on consecutive nights. Charlotte was downed on Saturday night 99-82 by the Thunder in a  game that the Bobcats competed in well for three quarters but ran out  of gas late and watched the Thunder […]
  • Cold shooting responsible for Bobcats loss in Houston

    By Spencer Percy on March 17, 2011
    The Bobcats shot 37% from the field and 18% from behind the arc on Wednesday night. The team never seemed able to get it going on the offensive end as Charlotte racked up the same amount of turnovers as assist (13). Stephen Jackson was without a doubt the most disappointing performance of the night. In 36 minutes Jack was 2-14 […]
  • Will the Real Tyrus Thomas Please Stand Up?

    By 027z77857029 on March 16, 2011
    Before the news came out in late January that Tyrus Thomas would miss upwards of eight weeks with a tear of his left lateral meniscus he had been putting up the kind of numbers Bobcats fans had been hoping for since he was acquired from the Bulls last season. Through 34 games Tyrus posted a PER of 19.7, ranking 17th […]
  • Allow Me to Introduce Myself

    By 027z77857029 on March 15, 2011
    Queen City Hoops fans, I’m excited Brett has asked me to join the site as a contributor. He’s done a great job offering unique perspectives on all things Bobcats over the past few years – I aim to provide another point of view which hopefully you guys find interesting. A little background on myself: I graduated from the University of […]
  • Introduction: Blogger Spencer Percy

    By Spencer Percy on March 15, 2011
    Queen City Hoops readers, As some you may have noticed that a new blogger named Spencer has been posting on QCH. I apologize that I haven’t formally introduced myself yet so here is a little bit of information about myself, background, interests and plans for what I will be able to bring to QCH. My name is Spencer Percy and […]
  • BOOM: Portland Trail Blazers forward Gerald Wallace receives a standing ovation – Rufus on Fire

    By Brett on March 12, 2011
    Portland Trail Blazers forward Gerald Wallace receives a standing ovation from the Time Warner… – Rufus on Fire. Go watch the video – great moment for a great player.
  • Jackson could return tonight vs Chicago

    By Spencer Percy on March 9, 2011
    Stephen Jackson could return from injury tonight as the Bobcats (26-37) will prepare to host the streaking Bulls (44-18). Chicago holds a three game winning streak and has won ten of their last twelve games but is only 1-2 on the season against Charlotte as they will look to even up the season series tonight in Charlotte. Derrick Rose has […]
  • Dante Cunningham & D.J. White – What Can Fans Expect?

    By 027z77857029 on March 5, 2011
    After all the dust settled and the Bobcats had traded Gerald Wallace and Nazr Mohammed, the team was left with some cash, picks, Dante Cunningham, D.J. White, Mo Peterson (since released), Joel Przybilla, and Sean Marks (described by Ryen Russillo of ESPN’s NBA Today as a “dude with hair”). Although Przybilla has played and will more than likely continue to […]
  • And now speech analytics?

    By Brett on March 5, 2011
    The following is my take on “‘I gave 110%’ and Other Words that Predict Athlete’s Risk and Performance Behavior” by Dr. Roger Hall, presented at the MIT Sloan Sports Analytics Conference. Yesterday, during the basketball analytics panel at Sloan (here’s a quick recap from Scott Sereday covering over at TrueHoop – Bullets from the basketball analytics panel), Mike Zarren of […]
  • Bobcats fall in Hollywood; vist Portland and ex-teammate Wallace tonight

    By Spencer Percy on March 5, 2011
    Kobe Bryant and the Lakers (44-19) made sure that their bizarre struggles with the Charlotte Bobcats (26-35) did not continue last night as they defeated visiting Charlotte 92-84 in the Staples Center. It was only the third time in the last eleven meetings between the two teams that the Lakers have won. Kobe scored a team high 27 points, shooting […]