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    • Kobe Bryant is no MVP

      By Brett on November 17, 2007

      Kobe Bryant is (in one of the earliest looks at season awards on the web) currently not in the running for League MVP. Now that I have your attention (and a lot of people ready to send me hate mail), let me explain. At this early stage of the...

    • The Charlotte Bobcats and Early Season Efficiencies

      By Brett on November 17, 2007

      Erick raised the question and I am finally going to answer it: “Speaking of rookies–what do our respective efficiencies look like with Davidson and/or Dudley on the floor? Who, statistically, should be getting more minutes off the bench?” Here are the answers – every player, and how the team...

    • Hawks prey on Bobcats – 11/14/2007

      By Brett on November 15, 2007

      11 layups and 4 dunks – that goes a long ways towards a team shooting 59.7% from the field, as the Hawks did against the Bobcats yesterday. Recording 15 (or 13, according to ESPN) offensive rebounds to your oppenents 17 defensive rebounds would also contribute mightily – again, this...

    • Bobcats Cool Off the Heat – 11/13/2007

      By Brett on November 13, 2007

      …or how about “Bobcats turn up the heat on the Heat”? No? You do not like cheesy sports headlines either? I could not resist indulging this time, but I promise to not make a habit of it. The title is quite apt for this post, though; the Bobcats held...

    • Bobcats let Rockets escape – 11/11/2007

      By Brett on November 12, 2007

      Well, the Bobcats have won a game the numbers said they should not have (against the Heat, when the Cats posted a negative adjusted +/- for the game)…and now they have lost one they should have won: They outplayed the Rockets to the tune of 0.92 ppp to 0.915...

    • Bobcats versus Pacers Recap – 11/09/2007

      By Brett on November 10, 2007

      Welcome back Raymond Felton. We missed you. Don't leave us again. Hyperbole? Perhaps – but I imagine more than a few fans are thinking something similar tonight. I am not saying it is not deserved, because it is: Raymond played a very solid game and helped lead the team...

    • Your League Leading Charlotte Bobcats

      By Brett on November 8, 2007

      No joke – the Charlotte Bobcats are leading the NBA…in something. And its not good. It starts with a “t” and ends with “urnovers”.Last night, they handed the game to the 76ers with 26 turnovers. Nearly everyone contributed as only Primoz, Walter, and Jermareo had less than 2. I...

    • I don't want to come back down from this cloud…

      By Brett on November 6, 2007

      But I have. I had no choice after watching the game tonight. The worst thing I can say about the Suns after tonight's game? Steve Nash has a mullet. Not the type you see at the rodeo or anything, but a mullet, nonetheless. OK, that is not enough to...

    • It feels like the first time…

      By Brett on November 4, 2007

      That the Bobcats have ever been 2-0. And that is because it is. For a while there in the fourth quarter, it looked like they might give away the game, but they held on at the end. And how did they do it? One very interesting thing to start...

    • Opening Night Recap – Bobcats and Bucks

      By Brett on November 2, 2007

      Opening night of the 2007-08 season was a success – No one got hurt. Oh, and the Bobcats won, so that was cool too. In fact, it should not have been as close as the final score was, 102-99, except the team forgot to practice free throws this summer....