Since the franchise moved to Charlotte in 2004, the Bobcats have spent a lot of time in the deepest, darkest depths of the NBA, where rats feast on scraps, leftover food, dry blood and any small pools of beer in the hope of it bringing some sense of excitement into their lives.
What can Jason Williams and Mike Bibby's time with and after Rick Adelman tell us about Ricky Rubio's future?
A review of "From Deep," a new documentary that artfully explores the history of basketball.
Trevor Ariza will not be in the Washington Wizards team photo...or will he?
We hardly knew ya. Actually, we knew ya pretty well. It's probably time to go. Still sad, though.
Andre Roberson is getting minutes, even though he isn't very good yet. But he might be eventually. Isn't that fun?
Andrew Lynch and Jordan White joined me to discuss the races for eighth in the East and West, and make some playoff predictions.
On Tuesday night, the Dallas Mavericks played host to the Golden State Warriors for a game that had huge playoff implications. With a win, the Mavericks would've pulled within one game of the Warriors, giving them a fighting chance of stealing the sixth seed right out of their back pocket.
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The life of a first round pick in the NBA is always an interesting one. Shabazz Muhammad's case is
The Charlotte Bobcats stopped, dropped and opened up shop and Big Al's Paint to promote Al Jefferson's candidacy for an All-NBA squad. No word on any shutdowns.