The Charlotte Bobcats' season might be over, but unlike the last time they made the playoffs, there's hope moving forward.
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OHHHH BABBBYYYYY. OHHHH BABBBYYYYYYYYY.
LOOK AT THE LITTLE FELLA! OHHH BABBYYY.
*Crowd rushes the court, postponing the game.*
How Miami Got Here: Miami got to the second seed in the Eastern Conference on the back of LeBron James, some good coaching, championship experience and a super-quick start to the season. Notice that there
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.
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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
Welcome back to Ask A Blogger, my interview series with bloggers about the #bloglife and basketball. To see previous interviews, go here.
Today we are joined by Chris Barnewall of ESPN True Hoop's Hawks
The Charlotte Bobcats got a welcome return last night, as Kemba Walker returned from his ankle injury for the team's matchup with the Golden State Warriors in Oracle. And with Kemba back and another
[caption id="attachment_8353" align="aligncenter" width="366"] Jan 15, 2014; Philadelphia, PA, USA; Charlotte Bobcats guard Kemba Walker (15) shoots a jump shot during the second quarter against the Philadelphia
So Paul George did this last night. A 360, windmill slam during a dunk contest would be impressive, but George did it during a game. Plus, he finished with 36 points and 6 rebounds as the Pacers knocked