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    • I am a link manager

      By Brett on January 29, 2008

      Some more links for you to peruse (I had a part in both): MVP and Rookie rankings again – I voted LeBron number one – and now KG is trying to get votes by missing games so everyone realizes how important he is to the Celtics. Well played, sir...

    • 76ers versus Bobcats – 01/26/08

      By Brett on January 27, 2008

      Too bad the NBA does not use elementary school basketball rules (specifically, 24 minutes in a game), because the Bobcats would have one more victory. Unfortunately for them, there was a second half to play…and the tired Sixers were a lot better than the tired Bobcats. In particular, Gerald...

    • I am a link manager

      By Brett on January 25, 2008

      If the title does not make sense to you, you are probably new, so here's a bone: The Start of the Link Manager. For everyone, else onto the links. Up first – The case is made for Gerald as an All-Star – and the comparison is made to…Kevin Garnett,...

    • Bobcats vs. Mavericks Recap – 01/23/08

      By Brett on January 23, 2008

      I want to use the Queen City Hoops Greatest Lineup Ever to set the focus of the rest of this post, so here's to: Emeka OkaforGerald WallaceJason RichardsonNazr MohammedRaymond Felton Notice anything about it? Emeka and Nazr together, something we have not seen much of lately. Tonight, they played...

    • Bobcats vs. Spurs Recap – 01/21/08

      By Brett on January 21, 2008

      First things first: The Anti-Queen City Hoops Greatest Lineup Ever award must be presented today, for one of the worst performances of the season. The lineup of Emeka Okafor, Gerald Wallace, Jason Richardson, Matt Carroll, and Raymond Felton managed to nearly lose by a point per possession…over more than...

    • The Queen City Hoops Greatest Lineup Ever…(so far…in 2007-08)

      By Brett on January 18, 2008

      While I have not been doing game recaps lately, I have not forgotten about the “Queen City Hoops Greatest Lineup Ever Award” (first mentioned here) and I have decided to do something a bit different today. I will be awarding the QCHGLE award for the first 19/41st part of...

    • The SGs and the Offense of the Charlotte Bobcats…Again

      By Brett on January 16, 2008

      Part 1 of this look at the Bobcats' Shooting Guards For this blog, 3 comments on a post is considered vigorous discourse, upon which I feel compelled to comment. Enough points were raised that I felt the best way to respond would be with another post on the topic....

    • The SGs and the Offense of the Charlotte Bobcats

      By Brett on January 13, 2008

      When I realized the other day that only 2 players on the Bobcats roster had a positive +/- for the season, and one was Matt Carroll, despite his recent struggles, I was curious. So, I decided to look a bit further…but I am not David Thorpe or John Hollinger,...

    • Hot and Not on January 10th

      By Brett on January 10, 2008

      Doing a hot/not breakdown, mainly because I have a couple of things to mention on both sides. But I will start positive for once and go with…Hot-Your Charlotte Bobcats – The team is on what passes for a winning streak in the Queen City, winners of 2 straight. Even...

    • Early Trade Results

      By Brett on January 2, 2008

      The Bobcats have now had Nazr Mohammed's services for 9 games – and they have only 3 wins to show for it. So, bad trade, right? Maybe not, actually. Nazr has not really been to blame for the recent results – he has been outperforming Emeka since he came...