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  • Preview: Bobcats vs Spurs, Game 7

    By Brett on November 8, 2010
    Who: Charlotte Bobcats vs San Antonio Spurs What: NBA Basketball – Bobcats Home Game When: 11/07/2010 at 7pm eastern Where: Live at Time Warner Cable Arena or on tv, SportSouth, or the radio, WBCN-AM 1660 The Matchup: Record Offensive Efficiency Defensive Efficiency Pace Charlotte 1-5 99.4 (25) 106.5 (17) 90.0 (30) San Antonio 4-1 107.5 (8) 103.9 (13) 99.3 (5) […]
  • Preview: Bobcats vs Pistons, Game 5

    By Brett on November 5, 2010
    Who: Detroit Pistons vs Charlotte Bobcats What: NBA Basketball – Pistons Home Game When: 11/05/2010 at 7:30pm eastern Where: Live at the Palace of Auburn Hills or on the tv on SportSouth/radio on WBCN-AM 1660 The Matchup: Record Offensive Efficiency Defensive Efficiency Pace Detroit 0-5 102.0 (21) 111.4 (28) 91.3 (27) Charlotte 1-3 100.0 (25) 106.6 (18) 90.3 (30) Previous […]
  • Game 4: Bobcats vs Nets Recap

    By Brett on November 4, 2010
    Boxscore of Nets and Bobcats – 11/03/2010 Score: 85-83 Charlotte Bobcats record: 1-3 Offensive Efficiency: 100.0 Defensive Efficiency: 94.3 Meritorious Player: Gerald Wallace – 35+ minutes, 20pts on 6/11 from the floor and 8 of 8 from the line. 11 rebounds (3 offensive), 1 assist and 1 bad ankle. Good to see Gerald get after it on the glass again […]
  • FreeDarko, Bill Walton and Boris Diaw

    By Brett on November 1, 2010
    “And when I think of Boris Diaw, I think of Beethoven and the age of the Romantics.” -Bill Walton, via FreeDarko presents The Undisputed Guide to Pro Basketball History, p94 While no date is given for this quote, I have to imagine Walton is referring to the Diaw of the 2005-06 season – the league’s most improved player with an […]
  • Quick apology

    By Brett on October 30, 2010
    Sorry for the slow posting in the early season. A primary focus of mine is on stats – and for some reason my program that gathers and stores them stopped working between last season and now. I’ve been troubleshooting that and once I get it resolved I’ll get back to posting more frequently. Thanks for your patience.
  • BOOM: Bobcats Home Opener – Free Ticket Window | BOBCATS BASELINE

    By Brett on October 28, 2010
    (Passing this along from BOBCATS BASELINE – click the link at the bottom to go and enter). Get Your Free Tickets Here! Claim ‘Em Now! Bobcats Baseline is teaming with our good friends at Maxim Tickets to give you a short window of time to request free tickets for Friday’s Home Opener… via Bobcats Home Opener – Free Ticket Window […]
  • Preview: Bobcats vs Dallas – Game 1

    By Brett on October 27, 2010
    Who: Dallas Mavericks vs Charlotte Bobcats What: NBA Basketball – Mavericks Home Game When: 10/27/2010 at 8:30 pm Where: Live at American Airlines Center in the Big D The Matchup (using last year’s stats for the first week or so): Record Offensive Efficiency Defensive Efficiency Pace Dallas 54-27 107.9 (10) 105.1 (12) 93.7 (16) Charlotte 44-42 103.8 (24) 102.2 (1) […]
  • BOOM: ‘He’s all in’ from the Sports Business Journal

    By Brett on October 26, 2010
    Beneath a small canopy shading the first tee at a golf course on the outskirts of Charlotte, the man who sets the local NBA franchise apart from all others barked between puffs on a cigar. “That’s left, Dookie,” yelled Michael Jordan, six months into principal ownership of the Charlotte Bobcats, yet not at all above needling a season-ticket holder courageous […]
  • Charlotte Bobcats 2010-11 Preview: Wins?

    By Brett on October 25, 2010
    A couple of different things compelled me to compile this list: One – I received an email from a publicist, passing along some odds from Bodog.com for the coming season. Two – Bill Simmons on his NBA preview podcast quickly and strongly taking the under on the wins total for the Bobcats. It seems like expectations are low for Charlotte […]
  • Charlotte Bobcats 2010-11 Preview: The Numbers Say

    By Brett on October 25, 2010
    The season starts Wednesday (for the Bobcats), so what can we expect when the games count? Time to look at some numbers and see if we can make some educated guesses. Two of the Bobcats most pressing concerns continue to be the perceived downgrades they made this off-season: Point guard and center. I use perceived as a qualifier because until […]