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  • The Importance of Being Open

    By Brett on March 4, 2011
    The following is my take on The Importance of Being Open:  What optical tracking data says about NBA field goal shooting – by Sandy Weill, presented at the MIT Sloan Sports Analytics Conference. I sat down for Sandy Weill’s presentation with some trepidation – when I was at Sloan two years ago, Sandy was one half of the pair that […]
  • Bobcats embarrased in Denver; will re-sign Dominic McQuire, sign Garrett Temple

    By Spencer Percy on March 3, 2011
    The Bobcats (26-34) suffered their worst loss of the season last night as the Nuggets (36-26) dismantled them by 40 points. This never really was a game as the Bobcats trailed by 8 after the first period and essentially never got any closer than that. “They’re playing more open,” Stephen Jackson said of the Nuggets new style of play since […]
  • A closer look at Gerald Henderson

    By Brett on March 2, 2011
    We’re left to assume that part of the reason the Bobcats were willing to trade Gerald Wallace is that like what they see from Gerald Henderson – or they want to see what he can do with more minutes. With the Cats taking a closer look at G2, let’s do the same with some numbers. Offensive Production Month Minutes per […]
  • Bobcats release Morris Peterson; expected to re-sign Brown

    By Spencer Percy on February 28, 2011
    The Charlotte Bobcats have been quite busy in the past week with mixing up their roster but reports indicate that they are not yet done. The Bobcats officially announced today that they have released recently acquired Morris Peterson. Releasing Peterson opens up a spot on the Charlotte roster and because of the lack of depth in the frontcourt the Bobcats […]
  • BOOM: Get to know Gerald Wallace

    By Brett on February 26, 2011
    The guys at Portland Roundball Society asked me to write up some thoughts on Gerald Wallace to help introduce him to their fans – here’s an excerpt and link to the full post: As a Bobcats fan – it’s tough to see Gerald Wallace go. The last remaining original Bobcat and the cornerstone of last year’s playoff team, Gerald is […]
  • Live together, die alone

    By Brett on February 25, 2011
    I took this photo on Monday – not knowing it would be one of the last times I’d “see” Gerald Wallace in a Bobcats uniform. And throughout this season, the Bobcats’ motto of “Win as one” has reminded me of the oft spoken phrase from LOST – and the Bobcats have now put themselves in the latter portion of the […]
  • The Bobcats Trade – Goodbye, Gerald and Nazr

    By Brett on February 25, 2011
    You’ve heard about it by now – The Bobcats have traded the final original Bobcat, Gerald Wallace, as well as Nazr Mohammed.  Gerald was sent to Portland for Joel Przybilla, Dante Cunningham, and Sean Marks plus 2 first round draft picks – New Orleans’ first rounder this year and Portland’s in 2013.  For Nazr, the Bobcats received D.J. White and […]
  • The Bobcats and Threes

    By Brett on February 23, 2011
    Stat of the week: Since Paul Silas took over as head coach of the Bobcats, the Bobcats’ opponents have attempted three pointers on just 21.4% of their overall attempts. With Larry Brown that number was 27.2%. In terms of actual shots, opponents are shooting over 4 fewer threes per game under the Silas’ helmed Cats. As the three is one […]
  • BOOM: NBA Playbook – Bobcats Use Length To Protect The Rim Against The Lakers

    By Brett on February 16, 2011
    Sebastian is killing it over at NBA Playbook (as usual) – go check out his look at the Bobcats’ interior defense against the Lakers. The problem with the Lakers’ offense is that they were missing at the rim more than usual. Los Angeles is 6th in the NBA, shooting 66.9% on shots located at the rim. Against the Bobcats, that […]
  • Recap: Bobcats vs Pacers, Game 52

    By Brett on February 10, 2011
    Boxscore of Charlotte Bobcats and Indiana Pacers – 02/09/2011 Score: 104-103 Indiana Bobcats record: 22-30 Offensive Efficiency: 107.3 Defensive Efficiency: 110.6 Meritorious Player: Gerald Wallace edges out Stephen Jackson for the award, with 22 points on 15 attempts, 9 rebounds, 6 assists, 2 steals, a block and 0 turnovers. That’s more like it, Crash. I’m going to be that guy […]