View Full Version : Game Thread: Charlotte Bobcats at Philadelphia 76ers 12/4
12-04-2010, 03:08 PM
After barely surviving the Nets last night, Can the Bobcats go on the road and beat the 76ers?
If they are going to make it happen there are a few things that will need to happen:
Score more than 33 points in the first half
shoot better than 36%
Get more than 3 assists from our starting PG
Avoid gagging at the free throw line in the 4th quarter.
Do we get a win tonight?
12-04-2010, 07:24 PM
Inconsistency is a major problem this year. don't think we've played one game where all 5 on the court have been playing well, is that too much to ask for tonight?.... i reckon we've got some good players here that need to be developed by a coach who wants to be here. At this moment in time we should be looking for something decent (picks) and young talent from Wallace, Jax and Diaw, all good players but they've reached a point where they will only get worse, Time to trade!! Aslong as LB is here DJ won't develop at the pace he should. Tyrus should be playing 32+ each night, at times he looks like he's the only one who actually wants to be out on court. Along with Hendo and UPS we have some potential...... anyway rant over... as for today's game, 2 teams that seem to take pleasure from throwing away games... gonna be fun to watch, I'll call it a low scoring Bobcats win.
12-04-2010, 10:11 PM
We really really need some help. Like a complete overhaul of the team. No one single trade will help this team. Needs to be a total reshaping from top to bottom. We are really bad.
12-04-2010, 10:34 PM
Havent' clapped or felt any emotion for anything Bobcats related since the PHX game until watching Larry's postgame. Fucking ripped those bums who wear Bobcats jerseys, specifically GW. To paraphrase, he was told that GW said the team was lacking identity and cohesion, and he replied, "Yeah, well it starts with him....we don't play hard, don't defend as a team, don't move the ball...you want an identity? How about playing hard to start off with." The fucking coach who, if left to his own devices, wouldn't be here, and he has more piss 'n vinegar in him that any punk on this team! Needless to say Larry got a standing ovation from me and a fist pump.
It was apathy, but now I can honestly say I'm starting to genuinely hate the players on this team. This season is the inversion of the Biscuit era: I hated the coach, but liked the players; now I hate the players, but suddenly am liking the coach (probably because he hates the players too.)
Oh, and we passed on Jrue Holliday for Gerald Henderson in '09.
12-05-2010, 01:31 AM
I extremely dislike McGuire. Some people love him, some are neutral. I think he's worthless. You have a far better player in UPS sitting on the bench not getting development time and burn, and instead are playing a scrub with a much lower ceiling than UPS. Get over your lovechild LB.
12-05-2010, 07:11 AM
This is going to be interesting:
Larry Brown was asked pre-game about the Bobcats' slow start and whether there's any difference in the leadership between last season and this one. Brown again raised the departure of point guard Raymond Felton.
"We had a bulldog as a leader, and he isn't here any more," Brown said.
Read more: http://www.charlotteobserver.com/2010/12/05/1888323/observations-kwame-paying-off.html#ixzz17Er23XDH
Heh...and adding even more fuel to the fire:
Knicks Saved Season When Amar'e, Felton Took Control Of Locker Room (http://basketball.realgm.com/src_wiretap_archives/70409/20101204/knicks_saved_season_when_amare_felton_took_control _of_locker_room/#)
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