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  • Stay Still, Bobcats

    By Brett on June 22, 2010
    The site has been fairly quiet of late – partly because I have been working on some other projects and partly because there is not much news right now for the Bobcats: Larry Brown is still the coach – no player has broken anything – and the Bobcats do not have any picks in this year's draft. And David of […]
  • Why it makes sense for Larry Brown to make up his mind, like now

    By James on June 11, 2010
    It’s been over a month since the Bobcats last game and about the same amount of time since Larry Brown has spoken to the media and said “I don’t want this to drag on” since then Philadelphia, New Orleans and likely now Chicago and New Jersey have hired head coaches meanwhile Brown’s future with Charlotte seems uncertain. To his credit […]
  • Derrick Brown – 09-10 Review

    By Brett on June 9, 2010
    Those two videos pretty well sum up my thoughts on Derrick Brown's rookie year – he tries to dunk everything. And that is a good thing – while he does not quite have the heft of a 4 yet, he has the right mentality for playing near the hoop – go strong. That attacking attitude helped Derrick get to the […]
  • Gerald Henderson – 09-10 Review

    By Brett on May 26, 2010
    A shooting guard who cannot shoot – at least not so far. It may seem harsh, but that was my take on Gerald Henderson this past season. And it lined up with what he did at Duke – a lot of long two point attempts, not a lot of makes. As soon as I started thinking about reviewing Henderson, I […]
  • Alexis Ajinca – 09-10 Review

    By Brett on May 18, 2010
    Ok – I started with Diop (a couple of weeks ago) but I will try to make it a little more coherent this go around. Oh, and now that the first one is out of the way – these are going to come in the order of their standing as the Bobcats MVP, starting at the bottom. Nothing against DeSagana […]
  • Larry Brown – Still thinking

    By Brett on May 12, 2010
    Whether Larry Brown remains in Charlotte as the Bobcats head coach for next season is the most pressing question surrounding the team here in the off-season: That is why I will pass along pretty much any updates I see on the matter, even when all they say is that Larry Brown still does not know what he is going to […]
  • Give me a week

    By Brett on May 11, 2010
    With the Bobcats season over, things around the site were bound to slow down a bit – but I did not intend for it to be quite so dramatic. But May is a crazy month for my family – and even more so this year as my brother gets married this weekend. I have not abandoned you or the Bobcats […]
  • Gerald Wallace – All-Defense

    By Brett on May 6, 2010
    Gerald Wallace became the Bobcats first all-star this season and now he has earned further recognition:The NBA announces the All-Defensive Teams and Gerald made the first team squad with 11 first team votes and 8 more second team tallies to make it safely onto the varsity squad. Congratulations, Gerald. Between this honor and placing 3rd in the Defensive Player of […]
  • DeSagana Diop – 09-10 Review

    By Brett on May 3, 2010
    “We've got to make DeSagana better. He has a lot of work to do because, quite honestly, you can't trade his contract.”-Larry Brown at a post-season press conference – from Rick Bonnell's blog Inside the NBA. $6M+ this year for DeSagana Diop – and $6.4M+ next season – and $6.9M+ in 11-12 – and then a player option for $7.3M+ […]
  • Michael Jordan on ESPN's E:60

    By Brett on May 3, 2010
    Yes, your very own Charlotte Bobcats owner is featured on E:60 on ESPN this week. From the release from ESPN.com: Michael Jordan's Passion for Motorcycle Racing on ESPN's E:60 ESPN's award-winning primetime newsmagazine E:60 will examine Charlotte Bobcats owner and former NBA star Michael Jordan's passion for motorcycle racing in the episode airing Tuesday, May 4, at 7 p.m. ET. […]