If Len and Bennett are gone, what next?

Let’s face it. As Bobcats fans, we’re not expecting them to have a solid draft. Their draft history has been abysmal, and this current crop of incoming rookies seriously lacks any outstanding prospects. Since there is no clear-cut first overall pick, there’s no telling who might fall to the Bobcats, who pick fourth in next…

The Bobcats should take Alex Len with the fourth pick

I’ve wavered on this decision for weeks now, flipping between Alex Len and Anthony Bennett. While I think Bennett could be the next LJ, Charlotte is in need of a true center … and true centers are hard to come by. I considered Bennett, who is a tad undersized at PF, for my official endorsement…

Jordan makes it official, Brings Back Buzz City

The following was an email sent to the Bobcats distribution list: Today marks a monumental occasion for our franchise and for the city of Charlotte, as we have officially submitted our application to the NBA Board of Governors to change our name to the Charlotte Hornets beginning with the 2014-15 season. The response we received…

Bobcats set to make major announcement

The Charlotte Bobcats will be making a major announcement Tuesday evening at 6 pm, the team posted on it’s official twitter account. Bobcats Sports and Entertainment has announced it will hold a press conference to make a major announcement on Tuesday, May 21. #NBA — Charlotte Bobcats (@bobcats) May 20, 2013 The NBA Draft Lottery…

Could Alex Len be the best player in the 2013 NBA Draft?

Could Alex Len be the best player in the 2013 NBA Draft? He sure thinks so. According to Rick Bonnell of the Charlotte Observer, the seven-footer from the Ukraine met with the Bobcats Thursday night and indicated that he would be regarded as the “best player in the draft” 10 years from now. Maryland center…

 

Some Charlotte Bobcats fans have been critical about the team letting former PG and draft pick D.J. Augustin walk in the offseason. What is your position on the matter?

 
 

The Bobcats could have taken Klay Thompson in the 2011 NBA Draft and Harrison Barnes in the 2013 NBA Draft. @WFNZ’s Marc (with a C) James tweeted what some of us have been thinking about. Did the Bobcats take too much of a gamble taking Biyombo and MKG in back to back drafts? Check out…