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  • 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 […]
  • A few more thoughts on the trade

    By Brett on July 14, 2010
    I am dealing with some mixed feelings on the trade of Chandler and Ajinca for Dampier and parts – so I decided to see what some of my fellow bloggers thought about it. Ziggy from BobcatsPlanet, David of RufusOnFire, and James of, well, here provide some gut reactions to the move. The Bobcats whet our appetite for the kind of […]
  • Dead deal told in Twitter Updates

    By Brett on July 13, 2010
    I say the Cavaliers just completed a sign and trade deal for LeBron James – Jordan backing out of this deal with the Raptors can be forgiven when the two sides need to work together again. I am glad the Bobcats continued to mull the trade over and were willing to look a little too eager initially rather than commit […]
  • An acknowledgement

    By Brett on July 12, 2010
    Yes, the Bobcats resigned Tyrus Thomas. Yes, Raymond Felton has agreed to a deal with the New York Knicks. Yes, Boris Diaw and Tyson Chandler are being…well, it has not happened just yet. So if this trade ever happens… by Rick Bonnell outlines a couple of thoughts on the potential trade of Diaw and Chandler (among other players from other […]
  • Good luck, Ray

    By Brett on July 12, 2010
    While the Bobcats had the exciting news of resigning Tyrus Thomas this weekend, there was also a bit of less exciting news: Raymond Felton is no longer a Bobcat, as Felton agreed to a deal with the Knicks this weekend. After 3 years at UNC and 5 with the Charlotte Bobcats (and preceded by high school ball in SC), Felton […]
  • Tyrus Thomas is a Bobcat for…

    By Brett on July 12, 2010
    the foreseeable future. I have no idea who reported it first at this point, so I will link to the Charlotte Observer – Jordan, Bobcats go proactive, lock up Tyrus Thomas. That is correct – the Charlotte Bobcats have Tyrus Thomas under contract for the next 5 seasons at a total of $40 million. This is good news: Rather than […]