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1 hr ago | Hardwood Paroxysm
NBA scholars of future generations will look back at this era of basketball and ask themselves: "The Vancouver Grizzlies? How did this unholy concoction ever actually exist?" They will also say: "Wait, what, there once existed a thing called the Charlotte Bobcats ?" The Bobcats are improving their reputation immeasurably by, starting next season, ... (more)
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7 hrs ago | BleacherReport
The 43-win Bobcats are coming off their second-best regular season in franchise history.
That doesn't mean they are taking the Charlotte Bobcats lightly. The seventh-seeded Bobcats open the series against the No.
Atlanta Hawks guard Jeff Teague drives the ball against Charlotte Bobcats center Cody Zeller during the second half at Philips Arena.
Al Jefferson , then a rookie with the Celtics, arrived to work the day after the 2005 regular season ended.
It's Radio Thursday!: I'm back in-studio with the Dan Le Batard Show today for my 19th national appearance.
The Miami Heat are preparing to defend their title for a second consecutive postseason, beginning their run against the surprising Charlotte Bobcats on Sunday, April 20 in South Beach.
Kemba Walker filled the stat sheet with 22 points, eight assists and seven rebounds to lead the Charlotte Bobcats to a 91-86 overtime victory over the Chicago Bulls in the regular season finale for both teams.
People slip up. NBA teams crumble when they're supposed to soar. The Miami Heat submit first place to the Indiana Pacers when button-down logic dictates they do the opposite.
Charlotte coach Steve Clifford, center, says the team is not playing the way that led to it's first playoff appearance since 2010.
Had the regular season ended Wednesday, the Bobcats would have been an amazing story; finishing top six in the East and over .500 with a real possibility at a series win.
He was a top-ranked high school prospect and after an underwhelming collegiate stint, he was drafted in the first round by the Dallas Mavericks and immediately traded to Oklahoma City.
Chris Douglas-Roberts dribbled into the lane and sank a short jumper as time expired as the Charlotte Bobcats overcame a 15-point deficit in the final period to beat the Atlanta Hawks 95-93.
Chris Barnewall of Rufus on Fire stops by Peachtree Hoops to give his thoughts on Al Jefferson, tanking, the future in Charlotte, and Monday night's Hawks-Bobcats match-up.
Rookies and first round draft picks come in with often unfair expectations. Their draft slot becomes a burden as common perception shifts to them being productive right away.