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.
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.
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Author's note: Since Scott and I had so much fun with our last exchange, we decided to do another one
It's weird that the Charlotte Bobcats are good this year. Sure, you can pin it on the Eastern Conference being weak if you want to. After all, with a 24-30 record, they'd make the Playoffs by the skin of their teeth if they started today. But there is no denying that they are much, much better.