The Charlotte Bobcats' season might be over, but unlike the last time they made the playoffs, there's hope moving forward.
Myers Leonard had a nice little run in the NBA, but unfortunately his days are over, as Michael Kidd-Gilchrist ended his life last night with a massive poster dunk.
RIP Myers Leonard. Portland Trail Blazers:
Michael Kidd-Gilchrist's calling card so far in his short NBA career has been his defense, and he showed it off in a big way tonight.
The Bobcats were taking on the Timberwolves tonight and Corey Brewer
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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
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Charlotte Bobcats forward Michael Kidd-Gilchrist suffered a fractured left hand during
Well after four nights, the Steph Curry-Brandon Jennings streak is over. We needed Steph Curry to make the "Pass of the Night" to keep it going, but it was just not meant to be.
Instead, it was Gerald
The season's still early, but our writers have OPINIONS. And these OPINIONS will be heard, DAMMIT.
Heading into last summer's draft, there was little doubt that the now-Pelicans were going to give Anthony Davis a one-way ticket to New Orleans. After him, all the signs were pointing towards history being made, with his Kentucky Wildcat teammate Michael Kidd-Gilchrist going to the Charlotte Bobcats with the second overall pick.
The NBA Draft isn't fair.
That's hardly a groundbreaking sentiment. The draft’s very essence comes into question every season once spring finally rolls around, and bad teams skirt the rules by playing their way out of wins and into additional lottery balls. But tanking and all of its hot-button corollaries only examine the entire process through a one-eyed lens: that of the league's teams.
The Paroxysm crew is here to talk about some of our favorite sophomores.