Bobcats Draft Thoughts and Other Musings

Here are some of my scattered thoughts heading into one of the most important days in Charlotte Bobcat’s history with Thursday’s draft NBA draft looming: If the rumors are true and the Cleveland Cavaliers come calling about the 2nd pick they’ve got to find a way to get it done.  I’d demand 4, 24, and their…

Trade deadline passes, Bobcats stand still

The NBA trade deadline passed Thursday afternoon without the Charlotte Bobcats making any moves to either build for the future or better the team for the short term. There were rumors around NBA circles that the Bobcats were looking to deal D.J. Augustin, who will be a restricted free agent over the summer, and Boris…

Kemba Walker Through 25 Games

Kemba Walker has had an up and down rookie season, but who didn’t expect as much?  First off he is a rookie point guard, which is always the hardest position to adjust to at the next level.  Second, he is trying to transform his game from a “shoot first” point guard to more of a “traditional” NBA point. …

Keeping perspective on the Bobcats’ terrible season

It’s easy to get down on the Bobcats right now. Really easy. After all, they are the worst team in the NBA, and there is really no argument against it. I tend to focus on the “what if’s” too often. What if the Bobcats had done things differently in the expansion draft? What if they’d…

Bobcats vs Hawks Thoughts

A few thoughts from the Bobcats / Hawks game last night. I really thought the Bobcats had a really good chance to pick up a win last night.  Atlanta had just played 3 OTs the night before, so I’m a little surprised we didn’t take advantage of that. Kemba Walker had his best game yet and…

The story behind #MullensMafia

Eric and I had tickets to the Bobcats game last night. Hours before the game, Byron Mullens tweeted and asked if anyone had a #22 jersey and was wearing it to the game. Since I didn’t have one — and I didn’t have the money to buy one — I made a big sign with…

Bobcats finally show up, defeat Knicks 118-110

After losing their last four games in a row, the Charlotte Bobcats showed up on Wednesday night, defeating the New York Knicks 118-110 in NYC. Boris Diaw led the Bobcats in scoring with 27 after failing to score a single point against Cleveland the night before. D.J. Augustin, Gerald Henderson and Byron Mullens each had…