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January 27, 2013

Video: Charlotte Bobcats edge Minnesota Timberwolves, 102-101

Gerald Henderson hit a three-pointer with 4.6 seconds left and the Charlotte Bobcats ended a 16-game home losing streak by beating the Minnesota Timberwolves, 102-101. Kemba Walker had 25 points.

Posted by Charlotte Observer on January 27, 2013 at 12:44 AM | Permalink


Awesome comeback.....another win coming against an injury depleted minnesota. Walker was phenomenal. Biz was solid. Henderson mad big plays. Sessions and gordon made buckets but had a ton of dumb turnovers especially late.

Here's to hoping for more consistency of this from biz and kemba. When they are on, it makes that draft class look brilliant for cho.

Posted by: charlottean | Jan 27, 2013 12:14:42 PM

Kemba was mj's pick.

Posted by: Anon | Jan 27, 2013 2:01:20 PM

I was happy about the win,but the low post and 3point defensive problems remain and thats coaching. Cho should look at Vernon Mackline(6'10") and Jerome Jordan(7'1")of the D league,they are better than Biz and Haywood. Every time Dunlap sends in a play at that end of games it blows up, he is a sorry game coach. He cannot make game time adjustments.

Posted by: Big FAN | Jan 27, 2013 3:02:20 PM

^^^ because coaching is obviously the problem. Not the youth of the players at all, right? And it's definitely dunlap's fault that henderson mishandled the ball right? and that kemba dribbled it off of barea's foot right? huge coaching mistakes there.

you clearly don't understand the game at all. they are giving up 3's because they haven't gotten good enough at their 1 on 1 defense to not have to help and because they aren't quick enough rotating back. but it has gotten better. we saw a game against houston where they played it perfectly, mostly because biz was able to dominate the paint defensively.

it is a work in progress, stop looking for bandaids, this team is rehabbing long term. same group of young guys wins in 4-5 years.

Posted by: charlottean | Jan 28, 2013 9:26:52 AM

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