Early Recommendations for Charlotte Bobcats’ 2013 NBA Free Agency Plans

March 23rd, 2013 by John Friel Leave a reply »
You would assume a team that has doubled its win total from last year would be satisfied.

Then again, we're talking about the Charlotte Bobcats. A year after having the worst winning percentage in NBA history—.106 after going 7-59—the Bobcats have seen a slight improvement in their record, which is currently a league-worst 16-52, although they have won their past two games.

With another lost season under their belts, the Bobcats now face a pivotal offseason. They need to begin surrounding their young core with veterans who can put up big numbers.

It's bewildering to think the Bobcats were a playoff team not even four years ago. What's even more surprising? They had a winning record.

Yes, they actually had more wins than losses.

Charlotte went 44-38 in the 2009-10 season and earned the privilege of being swept in the first round by the Orlando Magic.

Three years later, the Bobcats are once again at the bottom of the NBA. They're not nearly as putrid as they were last year, but they're still the worst.

Basically, there's no reason to celebrate.


The Bobcats are wasting ...

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