December 23, 2012
Video: Charlotte Bobcats end road trip with loss to Denver Nuggets
The Charlotte Bobcats were defeated for the 15th consecutive game, falling to the Denver Nuggets, 110-88. Ramon Sessions scored 23 points off the bench in the loss for Charlotte.
Posted by Charlotte Observer on December 23, 2012 at 01:44 AM | Permalink
After last night Dunlap should be coaching at Metro State,he does not have a clue about coaching NBA players. He talks about stats. all the time but ast saying goes there are lies ,damn lies and there are statistics, and my eyes show me this team is getting worst. He is not making any adjustment in the way they are playing. The definition of insanity in doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results.Bis should be sent to the D league for a while, he had 0 rebounds.
Posted by: Big FAN | Dec 23, 2012 2:54:16 AM
I NEVER thought I would say this... but, when is Tyrus Thomas coming back? Maybe he could provide a little scoring from inside. Good lord... we may never win again if our only scoring comes from the 1,2,3 positions.
Posted by: Nick | Dec 23, 2012 11:15:00 AM
You deleted my comments, but I'll repost not the exact comments, but with the same tune.
This team sucks...there are no enough talents on this team and whether you bring Phil Jackson or any other best best coach in the NBA, the same result. Session is a rotation player...Kemba is evolving gradually. MKG will be the better of Gerald Wallace. Jeffery Taylor's future is still undetermined. Bismark Biyombo is the best center on this roster. Haywood is a joke.
Fundamentally, the Cats flaw is scoring and this has been a preexisting condition that wasn't fix during draft and trades. The highest scorer are Henderson and Kemba and if these two struggles, the team struggle mightily. The team need a big man power forward and center. People who will be able to score and rebound the ball.
Gordon signing was a front office pandering, and this particular group will not be able to build a contending team in charlotte. Gordon is the highest paid player ridiculously $12,000,000 plus and he has never been a defensive embrace of his game almost every team he has play on. Move him and Hakim Warrick or Reggie will to the Wizards for Nene. Trade or offer or either Millsap or Jefferson from Utah.
Posted by: Bobcats | Dec 24, 2012 12:30:51 AM
Dunlap is not the problem. He is clearly a brilliant coach. We have an insanely young team. Nobody with a brain expected us to win any more than 20 games this year. And most wouldn't bet on 20. 7-5 start inflated expectations big time.
Look around the league, nobody wins with this young of a team. And usually they have multiple top 5 picks. We'll get a 2nd one after this year. Fans should be thrilled about that, this coach, and the talent in these young guys. Not to mention they are entertaining as hell. They will learn how to win soon. But there's something special being built here. For the first time.
So why are you guys complaining? It's actually getting sustainably better.
Posted by: charlottean | Dec 24, 2012 7:53:06 AM
It is painful watching this team, but once they decided to take this path last year, this is how it was going to be. I would recommend that people either focus on the development of Kemba and MKG or tune out until the draft. Between noel, Zeller, Muhammed, Len, Bennett, etc. they will get another very good payer next year. Possibly 2 if they end up using Portlands pick.
Posted by: Skip | Dec 24, 2012 12:49:24 PM
Gordon signing was front office pandering? It was a trade that was executed to secure a first round pick from the Pistons. Please get your facts straight. The team is bad enough. People should not he criticizing the good moves they make.
Posted by: Skip | Dec 25, 2012 6:16:18 PM
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