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February 20, 2013

Video: Charlotte Bobcats 105, Orlando Magic 92

The Charlotte Bobcats used a 24-point effort from Kemba Walker to defeat the Orlando Magic, 105-92 on Tuesday night. The Bobcats return home to face the Detroit Pistons tomorrow night.

Posted by Charlotte Observer on February 20, 2013 at 01:09 AM | Permalink


Henderson on market and we get stuck with Gordon, WTH!??????
anybody got any news?

Posted by: David Stern has to go!! | Feb 20, 2013 10:50:22 AM

That would be a tradegy.
Is Hendo best in league no but he is darn solid and shouldn't cost a fortune. At some point you need to show you will keep good defenders and leaders even if they don't average 20pts a game.
We need to resign him and Mullens as it's not like they should cost a fortune and we have tons of money.
Amnesty TT and get a good FA and draft a few and we should have good base.
This game showcased why you keep hendo and dump gordon. Gordon is launch master and thats it. Alot of junk for $13mm a year.
And what is up with Biz working on a sky hook and jumper?!?!! I like it. Not good yet but way better than last year and he isn't fouling or goal tending every shot anymore either.
Progress is slow and steady and wait to new CBA kicks in. Those big names have to go somewhere to get paid. All we need is one with two more good drafts and we are in playoffs.

Posted by: Season Ticket holder for now | Feb 20, 2013 12:22:58 PM

I can't imagine either mullens or henderson being on too many teams radars past a mid level deal. There aren't a lot of teams with cap room this summer.....dallas, houston.....I could see houston making a run at mullens but not for a lot of money. They might actually help us by getting him to sign an offer sheet below his actual value. Patterson/morris isn't far behind mullens in potential.

Dallas isn't going after either.
Atlanta? doubt it.

All the teams that would want them, won't have much to offer. and teams are tightening the purses with the new taxes. another reason why we picked a great time to rebuild.

Hopefully after tonight, gordon will be elsewhere, or grabbing a seat on the bench permanently, or even better.....taking an indefinite leave of absence. anybody can put up bad shots and make a chunk of em.

Posted by: charlottean | Feb 20, 2013 2:23:41 PM

20 point halftime lead and JJ Redick is 0-7 3 pointers and the Bobcats struggle to win the game. This is evidence the coaching is bad and it has happen before, but we lost those games. Dunlap has to go.

Posted by: Big FAN | Feb 20, 2013 3:57:00 PM

that's evidence of our team being young. stop kidding yourself. championship teams blow 20 point leads. it's basketball not baseball. it happens. it happens A LOT when you have 19 and 20 year olds in your starting lineup.

you might want to stop giving dunlap the john fox treatment and be thankful he's here and not sam vincent pt. 2.

Posted by: charlottean | Feb 20, 2013 11:04:45 PM

Good game last night between 2 similar teams in rebuilding mode. I can foresee a time in the future when the Pistons and Cats will be battling for the conference title.

Posted by: apauldds | Feb 21, 2013 9:55:18 AM

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