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  • 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 […]
  • Recap: Bobcats vs Celtics, Game 51

    By Brett on February 8, 2011
    Boxscore of Charlotte Bobcats and Boston Celtics – 02/07/2011 Score: 94-89 Charlotte Bobcats record: 22-29 Offensive Efficiency: 98.9 Defensive Efficiency: 93.7 Meritorious Player: Shaun Livinston – 18 points on just 10 attempts in his 22 minutes. A few rebounds and assists – but it was the way Shaun got himself in good spots offensively and took advantage of his height […]
  • D.J. has a new favorite coach

    By Brett on January 24, 2011
    Remember earlier this season when I used the swap tool to illustrate what a great start of the season Raymond Felton was off to in the Big Apple?  If not, here’s the refresher:  Ray and D.J. – Early Season Check-In. At that time, Ray was kicking butt and taking names – but he has kind of slowed down. And D.J. […]
  • Silas and Brown – a quick compare

    By Brett on January 19, 2011
    9-19 with Larry Brown 7-5 with Paul Silas The offense is up and the defense is down – in a good way. And it’s all because Silas got this team out running…or not. Offensive Efficiency Defensive Efficiency Pace With Larry Brown 99.3 (28th) 105.2 (17th) 92.1 (22nd) With Paul Silas 103.2 (23rd) 101.2 (5th) 90.3 (27th) And while there has […]
  • Recap: Bobcats vs 76ers, Game 39

    By Brett on January 18, 2011
    Boxscore of Charlotte Bobcats and Philadelphia 76ers – 01/17/2011 Score: 96-92 Philly (OT) Bobcats record: 15-24 Offensive Efficiency: 89.3 Defensive Efficiency: 92.3 Meritorious Player: Boris Diaw and Kwame Brown can share.  A triple double for Boris, with 25 points and 11s in both rebounds and assists, against a single turnover.  For Kwame, 15 points and 16 rebounds – and he […]
  • The Bobcats Ceiling

    By Brett on January 11, 2011
    With my suggestion of the Bobcats blowing up their roster, taking some lumps, and drafting high (low?  First/second/third) meeting a bit of resistance – “Coaching can get more out of them” and “Money does not equal wins” (Didn’t say it did – drafting a superstar helps though, and that does not happen often at the tail of the lottery or […]
  • Happy snow day from Snowy-Crash

    By Brett on January 10, 2011
    The Queen of QCH had a snow day off from work today and took the opportunity to build and dress a snowman – this is the Gerald Wallace iteration.  I hope those who were like her and had a reprieve from work enjoyed it as much as she did (and for those like me who still had to work, I […]
  • If you want to rebuild…(pt III)

    By Brett on January 7, 2011
    It’s not enough to have a sequel – there needs to be a trilogy. And this trilogy goes big. In part one, a Utah, Dallas, Charlotte trade saves the Bobcats: $26 million dollars. In part two, with the Bobcats sending Stephen Jackson and Gerald Wallace to Dallas, while playing the villian to Jason Terry, Charlotte conceivably saves between $28 and […]