I gotta post this pic of McBob...double-double on the night and a great all around game with only 1 turnover
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Tonight’s recap is going to be a bit different from what you have seen so far this season. I’m not going to break things down, quarter by quarter. I’m just going to touch on some bright spots, and call it a night. The game alone had me worn out, and I only got to watch the second half of it. Read on Bobcats Brethren/Hornets Swarm…no comments
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Just days after 2 nail-biting losses against the Miami Heat and the Dallas Mavericks, the Bobcats returned to the court Friday night appearing refocused at home in a 105-88 victory over the Philadelphia 76ers.no comments
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After Sunday night's heartbreaking 99-98 loss and collapse to the Miami Heat the Bobcats knew they let one get away but they needed a good response in order to get a win on the road over the Dallas Mavericks. Now if basketball was a 3 quarter game the Bobcats would be 2-0 on this road trip with wins over the Heat and Mavericks. Sadly basketball is a 4 quarter game and Dirk Nowitzki did his best NBA Jam imitation in attempt to burn the nets and rip a road victory away from the Bobcats much like Chris Bosh did in Miami.no comments
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If Chris Bosh had not scored 13 straight points for the Miami Heat in the closing minutes of Sunday evening's contest, the Charlotte Bobcats would have handed the defending NBA champions their 4th loss of the 2013/14 season.
If I had made a move on a girl I liked in high school when she actually felt the same way back, she probably would have turned out to be the first person I seriously dated.
Life is full of "what if's". Dwelling on what could have been does not change what is.
So, just like I can't change the fact I failed to act in my high school years, the Bobcats cannot alter the actuality that they lost to Miami 99-98 on Sunday night after allowing Bosh to produce 13 points near the end of the 4th quarter.
Read on and discover the unfortunate events which led to our Cats dropping their record to 8-10:no comments
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Hey look, Ben Gordon. Has he taken on bodybuilding while he hasn't been playing? Look at those Guns!
We’re now two years removed from the awful 7-59 record that will plague this franchise until it is somehow beaten by another team. With that in mind, every Bobcats win can be considered an improvement—or at least a step in the right direction--even a win over the 2-12 Bucks. You read that correctly; the Milwaukee Bucks have only won 2 games. That’s a bad way to start a season. But when the Bobcats are able to do what they’re supposed to do—which is winning games like these—there’s really not much to be in a fuss or worry about. For the most part, this game was a battle between two bad teams, except, one was way worse than the other.
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The Bobcats spent the better part of this whole season playing well—they defended, rebounded, defended some more, and was aggressive when it came to pace and driving the ball. All of that hard work got them to a respectable 7-7 record on the season, with a majority of those games being very competitive and without their best player, Al Jefferson. And then Monday’s night game against the Celtics happened. If I had to summarize the game with a single sentence, it’d be this one: The Bobcats bench was just flat out bad.no comments
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In recent history, the Bobcats are usually on the short-end of routs, but last night they flipped the script, beating the lowly Milwaukee Bucks 96-72. The loss – the Bucks’ eighth in a row on the way to an Eastern Conference worst 2-10 – prompted an apology from Coach Larry Drew.no comments
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The Bobcats fell to a team tonight that I personally felt should have been a relatively easy win for us. Boy was I wrong. You would think having the starting 5 that everyone has been looking for all season would make all the difference in the world, right? Nope. Having Al Jefferson start every quarter and pulling him when he looked winded was not the strategy I would have used. Take the jump to see why I’m writing fairly negatively about this loss tonight.no comments