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The Bugs Are Back in Town: Charlotte Prepares to Renew Love Affair with Hornets

May 21st, 2013
When Michael Jordan announced Tuesday evening that the Charlotte Bobcats will officially begin the rebranding process associated with bringing the Hornets moniker back to the city it originated (and belongs) in, you may have been able to hear the cheers as far away as New Orleans.While there have been, and ...

Bobcats Swept Out Of First Playoff Appearance, Could Lose Coach As Well

April 26th, 2010
As quickly as the Charlotte Bobcats entered their first playoff series in franchise history, they found themselves on the outside looking in. After a 99-90 loss on Monday night in Charlotte, the Bobcats became the first team knocked out of the playoffs and solidified their place as the only playoff team ...

Charlotte Bobcats: A Big Man and a Few Road Victories Shy of Contention

December 30th, 2009
Coach Larry Brown has the Charlotte Bobcats as close to competitors as they've been since their inception before the 2004-05 season. Although the Bobcats' 12 victories through their first 29 games only has them on pace to post a win total in the low 30s (like they have in each of ...

Four Bobcats On East Ballot for 2010 NBA All-Star Game

November 11th, 2009
Four members of the Charlotte Bobcats have been selected to the Eastern Conference ballot for the 2010 NBA All-Star Game. The annual event will be held in Dallas in the new Dallas Cowboys Stadium. F Gerald Wallace, C Tyson Chandler, F Boris Diaw, and G Raymond Felton were elected to represent ...

Bobcats’ Player Of The Week For November 1st-8th: “Crash” To The Boards

November 10th, 2009
Gerald Wallace could arguably be the best expansion draft pick ever.  The Bobcats are now in their sixth season, and Wallace has been a staple in the starting lineup since the beginning.  His over-the-top style of play and reckless abandon for loose balls has earned him the nickname "Crash" among ...

Charlotte Bobcats Week in Review: Nov. 1-5

November 6th, 2009
The Bobcats had a light workload this week, playing only one game and getting three days off between contests.  Charlotte touts a 2-2 record despite being the most inept offensive team in the NBA, averaging only 79.8 points per game.  They also bring up the rear in field-goal percentage and three-point ...