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  • NBA Playbook says Run

    By Brett on September 16, 2010
    Sebastian at NBAPlaybook has taken a thorough look at the Bobcats transition activity (and personnel) and would kindly ask the Bobcats to push the tempo just a little more often. Well worth a read and look (lots of video) – Charlotte Bobcats need to get out and run more. It was the offensive end where the Bobcats struggled. According to […]
  • Reasons for concern? pt. 2

    By Brett on September 8, 2010
    A quick background on the idea for these posts before I jump into the numbers – the idea came when I was trying to figure out just how much the departure of Tyson Chandler was going to hurt the Bobcats. I pulled up the Swap Tool and plugged Tyson and Nazr in – and the results surprised me. The Bobcats […]
  • TrueHoop on Jordan’s Ownership

    By Brett on September 3, 2010
    Grab a second cup of coffee or maybe print it out and carry it with you to lunch – but make sure to read this piece from Henry Abbott about Michael Jordan’s Bobcats: Michael Jordan’s Bobcat comeback. A quick excerpt: When Jordan bought the team, there was discussion of more major changes to come. One was changing the name of […]
  • Reasons for concern?

    By Brett on August 30, 2010
    This off-season has been a fairly standard for one for the Bobcats in one facet: Change. As a team, the Bobcats have dealt with roster turnover quite regularly for the last couple of seasons. This summer was no different, as two starters from last off-season are no longer with the franchise. I am talking about Tyson Chandler and Raymond Felton, […]
  • Kwame and Michael Together Again

    By Brett on August 24, 2010
    This is how I found out about Kwame Brown joining the Bobcats – I log on to twitter and at the top of my feed was this bit about Michael Jordan and Kwame Brown. So, I assumed it was a joke, some temporary meme that was running its course on twitter. However, a quick scan down the rest of my […]
  • Bobcats Preaseason Schedule Released

    By Brett on August 16, 2010
    BOBCATS: Bobcats Release 2010 Preseason Schedule – from the press release: The Charlotte Bobcats, in preparation for the 2010-11 season, will continue their annual trend of spreading preseason contests around the Carolinas with one game in Fayetteville, N.C., versus Kevin Durant and the Oklahoma City Thunder and a second game in Columbia, S.C., against Ben Wallace and the Detroit Pistons. […]
  • 2009-10 NBA Schedule Released

    By Brett on August 10, 2010
    The press release announcing the Bobcats 09-10 schedule – lots of good information in this, an a quick excerpt: Nineteen of the Bobcats final 41 games will be at home this season, including seven of their final 11 and the regular-season finale on Wednesday, April 13 against the Atlanta Hawks on ESPN at 8:00 pm A couple of thoughts – […]
  • Continuing Recognition of Crash

    By Brett on July 26, 2010
    H/T to Mr. Mann at Rufus on Fire Gerald Wallace is proud to be—along with Michael Jordan—the face of the Bobcats. The large player from a small Southern town is happy to be mentioned in the same breath as Jordan. He just hopes not to share a hairstyle anytime soon.–That Guy – SLAM ONLINE SLAM takes a look at Gerald […]
  • For all the UNC fans…

    By Brett on July 19, 2010
    I know last year there was some discussion about “why won’t the Bobcats sign McCants?” when the team was looking for backcourt help. Rashad McCants remains unemployed at this time and the Bobcats have just 2 shooting guards on the roster – one is Stephen Jackson, who soaks up minutes like a sponge. The other is Gerald Henderson, a young […]
  • Bobcats sign Shaun Livingston

    By Brett on July 15, 2010
    UPDATED (to clean up stream of consciousness writing) Bobcats reach deal with PG Shaun Livingston from the AP. The article says the two sides agreed to a 2-year deal for $7 million – or approximately half of what Raymond Felton is getting in New York. I know that is what some people are going to wonder: How does Shaun compare […]