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February 26, 2011

Marks could stick as insurance

The Charlotte Bobcats might not waive Sean Marks immediately, after all. Since they're already paying him, they might keep him around until they know how much Joel Przybilla's knee can take.

Posted by Observer Sports on February 26, 2011 at 07:18 PM | Permalink

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You may have seen me hobbling on crutches at the games this week due to the same injury Przy has. I think keeping Sean Marks around is a great idea. I don't have the luxury of ice baths, afternoon naps, personal trainers, massage therapists, and the top rehab physicians at my disposal but even if I did, I can't imagine trying to push my body at it's 100% capacity even if I could. Przy sounds like he's got PTSD. Overall, I'm really excited to see what DJ White and Dante Cunningham bring to the table.

Posted by: Altheus | Feb 26, 2011 9:03:09 PM

Will Derick Brown be back? Oh Bobcats, where is the future of this team? The Bobcats has traded the nucleus of this team, and I hope they can get something in return and if even they're lucky with a draft pick, it takes time for a player to develop and become a super star that the cats hoped to acquire.

Realistically, Wallace is making too much money ($10,500,000) this year for his production (averaging 15 pts.) and considering the team is losing millions of dollars this year. However, I do understand the frustration of the many Wallace fans, but this was more of a business decision to save money. With more doubts of the team not making the playoffs, Jordan's Bobcats need to save every cent they can and hopefully, the draft picks and free agency will pawn out well. Will the Bobcats be in contention next season? I doubt it, Charlotte is a small market and no superstar including Chris Paul, a native of North Carolina will not sign with this team.

Posted by: bobcats | Feb 26, 2011 9:10:27 PM

bobs, he'll be back if he clears waivers.

Posted by: Michael Procton | Feb 28, 2011 5:00:08 AM

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