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    • Everybody Loves Raymond…but why?

      By Brett on April 9, 2008

      From John Hollinger's outlook on 2007-08 for Raymond Felton: Felton figures to take another step forward this season, as even if his finishing troubles persist, his outside shot should continue developing…the Bobcats have added enough scoring that he can focus on the drive-and-dish rather than driving for his own...

    • Emeka and the Offense

      By Brett on April 8, 2008

      I am keeping this one short and sweet…or just short. This post is just a companion piece to a blog post from Rick Bonnell, “Call it an Okafor effect: Winning”. Bonnell points out the Bobcats have been winning lately when Okafor has been shooting more: In each of four...

    • Bloggers pick MVP and ROY – Round 10

      By Brett on April 7, 2008

      It does not happen often…but this post will have nothing to do with the Bobcats (unfortunately, Jared Dudley did not manage to get a single vote for Rookie of the year). Today, Queen City Hoops is hosting the rotating “Blogger MVP/ROY Ranking – Round 10″. For those unfamiliar, here...

    • Changing of the guard

      By Brett on April 3, 2008

      The Bobcats have now played 18 games since the release of Jeff McInnis – and they are not losers, which is not something we have been able to say about them often in the franchise's brief history. The Cats are 9 and 9 over those 18 games – even...

    • 4 To Build On

      By Brett on April 1, 2008

      As titled, this post would seem to indicate that I believe the Bobcats have 4 players to build on/around. Really, it should either have a question mark at the end, or maybe, well, a “…maybe”. Because that is what I am curious about. Do the Bobcats have the foundation...

    • Bobcats versus Jazz Recap – 03/25/08

      By Brett on March 26, 2008

      I am not ashamed to admit this…but I did not watch last night's game. I did not miss much, unless I was really a closet Jazz fan. If I were, I would have been really impressed by my team's amazing offensive performance. But I do not cheer for the...

    • What About Emeka?

      By Brett on March 21, 2008

      After taking a hard look at his numbers, that cast a none too flattering light on Nazr, it seems only right that I follow that up with a similar look at Emeka. After all, they are competing (to a degree) for minutes – and, at this time, only one...

    • And the defense rests

      By Brett on March 19, 2008

      A quick jump back to last week's game against Dallas – I know I have already done one of the briefest recaps ever (here) for this game, but despite only paying some attention to the game on the tv, I was still following the score online, just in case...

    • Nazr Has Been A…

      By Brett on March 17, 2008

      Well, it depends on what month the question was asked in. In December, Nazr was considered a godsend – he was outplaying Emeka and helped the Bobcats to a 3 and 5 record at the end of the month (yes, 3-5 is not good – but it is better...

    • Bobcats versus Dallas Recap – 3/12/08

      By Brett on March 15, 2008

      I just wanted to do a real quick recap of this game, even though it is a few days late. Why? Because of some tremendous quotes – not from players or anything, but my wife. She only watches games because I do – she likes sports, but not enough...