January 29, 2013
Video highlights: Chicago Bulls 93, Charlotte Bobcats 85
The Charlotte Bobcats were defeated by the Chicago Bulls, 93-85. Kemba Walker had 18 points and five assists in the loss for Charlotte. Ben Gordon scored 18 points off the bench.
Posted by Charlotte Observer on January 29, 2013 at 01:28 AM | Permalink
Two words -- NATE ROBINSON.
In the battle royale of the 5'8" guards Nate absolutely showed Kemba the door. Hello Italian League!!
Posted by: Spider S. | Jan 29, 2013 11:43:45 PM
^^^^words of a complete HATER. You are why the phrase was coined. Might want to read some national writers. Kemba up for most improved and some pushed him as an all star. If his numbers improve again next year you will look like an even bigger idiot if that is possible.
Posted by: Steve | Jan 30, 2013 6:59:20 AM
Spider S. you're a joke...jajaja!!!
Kemba is perhaps the best player in this roster and one of the best PG in the league (he is even better when you look at the resources around him).
Nate scored 15, and a couple of lucky 3 pointers down the stretch. The only real problem for the Bobcats is summarized in three words:
OFFENSIVE BIG MEN...the Bobcats had none. Actually the Bobcats played so well, that had Mullens played, the Cats would've win that game.
Posted by: RobC | Jan 30, 2013 11:04:59 AM
The Bobcats need to trade for Al Jefferson or go after him in Free Agency (I doubt Utah let's hin go for free). He is just 27 and still has a lot left in his tank. A 4 year contract will make it happen and the Cap space is avaliable.
Posted by: RobC | Jan 30, 2013 11:09:27 AM
There are a couple of complete jackasses out there that hate Kemba. There is no debating that he belongs in the league. His production is amazing considering the team around him. These Haters have no credibility and are simply trolls. You have to really stretch to say anything negative about Kemba.
Posted by: Steve | Jan 30, 2013 7:24:41 PM
How does al jefferson help us long term? I mean if you're talking about bringing him in strictly to up talent for a future trade....sure. but he's......28? And we aren't going to win anything with him next year so.......we would have a 30 year old big man surrounded by 22-24 year olds. Doesn't seem at all like a fit. Not to mention an uptempo defensive minded roster? Sound anything like jefferson? No.
Millsap is just as old/good but a way better fit IMO. And the best scenario of all is land a stud in this blur of a draft and grow he and biyombo and mullens up.
Posted by: charlottean | Jan 30, 2013 7:54:48 PM
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