View Full Version : Charlotte Bobcats at Cleveland Cavaliers 3/16
03-16-2008, 08:03 AM
Sunday evening we have to deal with this joker
The Cavs (like our Bobcats) are on a 2 game losing streak, lets not let them get healthy on us.
Whats up guys? Can we get a win tonight?
03-16-2008, 09:50 AM
Our problem is that we still have the same coach..... :g:
03-16-2008, 12:15 PM
The thing that cracks me up about that clip: "McInnis will give it up." Was that in the old arena? Looks like Smitty on the bottom of the poster.
Listen, I don't like Lebron. I just don't all this "Witness" and "Global Icon" stuff just pisses me off. Do something first then we can lift you up. I guess when you're that big that strong and that talented coming straight out of HS yeah you're going to be hyped. Sure he is the first to 10,000 but damn it, I can't stand to have the "superstar" forced down my throat. You notice we didn't mention him as one of the examples in the "Will to Win" thread?
Anyway, I have to go rinse my mouth out, haterade is nasty stuff.
Bobcats win this one. Cavs are still trying to figure it out after the big trade. They have too many hot/cold guys. Bobcats by 8.
03-16-2008, 01:28 PM
Bobcats will win this game.
I think I was at that game where LeBron had that sick-nasty dunk in the video
03-16-2008, 06:13 PM
who teaches our footwork? i always notice we travel consistantly under the basket
...lol matt carroll has 3 fouls in the 1st quarter and okafor just missed his 2nd dunk of the night
03-16-2008, 08:37 PM
Great effort from J-Rich with 33. Ray was solid with 14 pts and 9 assits; Okafor had 10 pts and 12 reb, but we needed much more from him. Our bench was somewhat flat tonight. Still, I was proud that they did not quit in the 4th and fought right to the end. What kills me is that we got right there, and Ben Wallace killed us with back to back buckets. Ben Wallace! God, did no one think to even try to guard him?
03-16-2008, 09:41 PM
Jason was on fire, but that was about it. We needed someone to step up to help him, but it didn't happen this game.
Now we are 4 games back... Unless we win these next couple of games, we can stop counting :-\
03-16-2008, 09:53 PM
JRich was awesome! When he started nailing shots in the 4th I turned to my girlfriend and said, "See that guy? He's got a massive pair of testicles."
Too bad we couldn't do much else all game. That, and so many other things. Such as, how did we not draw one foul until 1:35 left in the 2nd quarter?
03-16-2008, 10:57 PM
Bummer, just got home and saw that we lost. These last 3 games have been tough and I'm happy they're over with....
03-16-2008, 11:45 PM
When I've been a bad Bobcats fan, I feel the need to tell on myself: I watched the last 2 minutes or so of the game, as this game paled in comparrsion to the wonder of the beginning of the unofficial March Madness holiday!!! After celebrating the Heels victory, I watched the SEC final, then I was all about the brackets on CBS! After that I had to discuss the outcome of that, like how in the hell did Kansas State and Arizona get in? WTF?!?! Does this committee watch basketball games or just buy in to hype and overrated conferences (Big East with 8 teams?? Pac10 with 6??? Please....)
Anyway, after all that hoopla it was after 8, and I remebered the team was playing so I flipped over and saw them not box out, leave Ben Wallace open under the hoop on two occassions, after JRich nailed a couple 3s, and just let it slip away as is the Bobcats franchise history m.o. Wish I could say I was disappointed, to today was a day for celebrating and feasting and all the other good stuff that comes along with the Tournament!!!!!! You guys out there that actually watched the Bobcats tonight, on Selection Sunday, you are hardcore, and I'll rep you guys up for being so loyal!!!!
Until the Heels go out, I'm on cloud nine, which is a great opiate for Bobcats losses :biggrin: That said, if we lose tomorrow night at Memphis, I don't know if there's an opiate out there that can numb the pain of that loss :P
03-16-2008, 11:55 PM
great game I thought, and I'm really enjoying the dulcet tones of Stan Smith. Is Sam right? The one thing I've heard him say all year is the same thing my rec coach told me to do when I was 11. Box OUT! Ben Wallace has no offense if you just put a body on him when the ball goes up. Screw Lebron, Screw the Rockets, Screw Memphis. We better win or I'm going to jump I swear.
03-17-2008, 08:03 AM
We got screwed that game . Even J. Rich and a ALL STAR preformace made no differance. Boxing out that game made no differance , hell they would just push to the floor. The refs for that game was thair the worst all year . We killed them on shots in the lane but only two free throughs the first half. Thats bullshit, the calls was that bad , we had NO chance . Calling a game like that screws the whole league up that game needs to be reviewed and those bull shit bias refs should be fired. Non calls in the 2nd half i counted Felton geting knocked to the floor three hard times NO CALLS. Wallace geting hammered twice NO CALL seems like they would have at least called WALLACE straight up because of his injery. Rich got hammered by three guys trying to tie the game . You got it no call?
The foul Dudley got called with James shooting a long three WOW . Dudley was two foot from him . Three free shots for the king . I COULD GO ON AND ON. That game was the worst called game i've saw all year.
Props to the Bobcats all most beat the refs and the Cavs.
03-17-2008, 09:44 AM
Despite the refs the game was ours to take, and we were in the moment, you could see it and feel it, after Swish drained that 2nd three and we were within 3 points with 1:30 left to play, with the ball.
But of course Radio had to call a timeout and totally F-UP the momentum to once again set up nothing. I was thinking "Why" couldn't he just let them play through it. :)After the timeout Swish came back ice cold, and the momentum was totally gone.
How can you not say LBJ is not a star? He is single handedly carrying a terrible team to the 3 seed in the east and Cleveland in one of only 3 teams that could potentially beat the west. The man has been averaging close to a triple double the last 2 months, and most games only decides to really take over in the 4th. We are witnessing greatness. He is a consistent jumper away from being the next MJ. AND HE IS ONLY 23. Watch him play, he can do whatever he wants, whenever he wants like he is playing against high school kids except he is playing against NBA players.
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