Charlotte Bobcats Week in Review: Nov. 1-5

November 6th, 2009 by Austin Penny Leave a reply »
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 percentage, shooting just 36% from the field and an abysmal 17.9% from downtown. 

Not all is bad in Charlotte, though, as the Bobcats sit in second place in rebounds per game at 46.3, led by the NBA's leading rebounder in Gerald Wallace, who is pulling down 14 boards per contest. 

The Bobcats have also found a way to win games despite their lack of offense, as is evidenced by their .500 record. 

The Bobcats' two losses have come in Boston and Cleveland, while they have beaten New York and now New Jersey at home. 

Let's take a look at what led the Bobcats to their come-from-behind win against the Nets on Monday evening.


Bobcats 79, Nets 68

The Bobcats looked like they were on their way to another loss thanks to a startling lack of offense on Monday night before their defense kicked ...

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