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November 20, 2012

Video: Scrappy Bobcats rally, beat Bucks

The Charlotte Bobcats overcame an 11-point deficit in the fourth quarter to beat the Milwaukee Bucks, 102-98. Ramon Sessions posted a team-high 23 points, and the Bobcats improved to 5-4.

Posted by Charlotte Observer on November 20, 2012 at 12:31 AM | Permalink

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Another fun game that we pull out against a really good team.
First off Ellis should get all star nod this year he was making incredible shots while being well guarded.
Observations:
Kemba was so hot in 1st half then shut down in 2nd till the end. But him and Sessions are just so good together it's silly.
Mullens playing down low was a good thing and he was banging and working. That 15 foot jumper was beautiful besides the one airball.
MKG is just solid scrappy player Always in the heat of things and he pushes into lane and can get shots up most times. If he can develop any outside game to keep folks honest he will be 15-20pts a game with 10 boards easy.
Taylor got snuffed a few times but had an awesome dunk and played well especially on D.
Biz hd a few good and a few bad moments. His travel on the baseline was unreal. He needs to D league and skill development. He seems to have taken a major stpe back. However team mates love him and want him to suceed!! They all stood up and went crazy when he had a sky hook shot drop.

If you don't go to the games and just complain or whine here you are really missing a much improved team this year. I mean next year a good draft and a few key trades with the big cap space and several of these guys getting another year under belt and playoffs are a very real possibility.

Posted by: Season Ticket holder for now | Nov 20, 2012 10:50:25 AM

Rick and Others

What do you think about the bobcats saving their cap to sign these players so that we don't run into the same situation as OKC and having to loss a good player such as Harden? That is the only problem I think you can have with the NBA Cap and good drafts which Cho seems to have.

Posted by: idealpathill | Nov 20, 2012 2:06:09 PM

Great question!!

Hendo should be fairly reasonable if we act quickly but he is no James Harden either.

Kemba resign today and invest in our PG for the future and sign Sessions also for $5mm for at least 3 more years. Kemba should be $8mm range if pinned down soon and that could be a steal in 3-4 years.

Mullens would really lock down!! He could command some dollars also in the long run if we do nothing soon.

Posted by: Season Ticket holder for now | Nov 20, 2012 3:58:38 PM

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