Bickerstaff uses every opportunity possible to stick Kareem Rush back into the starting lineup. I\'d much rather see a backcourt of Raymond Felton and Matt Carroll, I\'m sure that it\'d be more productive.
Brevin Knight will miss Tuesday night\'s game against the Orlando Magic and possibly Wednesday night\'s game against the Cleveland Cavaliers with a sore groin. The plan is to start Raymond Felton at the point and Kareem Rush at shooting guard until Knight returns to the lineup.
It looks like Alan Anderson is going to get the start instead of Kareem Rush
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It\'ll be good to see Raymond actually get some quality minutes at the point guard spot tonight. I can only imagine where his game would be if he could have run the show for the entire season instead of logging most of his minutes at shooting guard.
You gotta love those numbers that the put up tonight:
Raymond Felton 16 points 13 assists 7 rebounds.
Gerald Wallace 27 points 5 rebounds 4 steals
Bernard Robinson 17 points 13 rebounds 6 assists
Primoz Brezec 22 points.
too bad that it wasn\'t on TV down here, it looks like it would have been a blast to watch.
After looking at the highlights on Sportscenter, other thsn Dwight Howard, the Orlando Magic have nothing, nada, zilch, bupkus. As a franchise, they are in way worse shape than the bobcats. They have one future superstar to build around ( and he will be big time ), but thats it.
With Felton running the show, everybody looked more aggressive. It was more of a Phoenix Suns run and gun style. If the Bobcats play like that next season, they won\'t have much of a problem getting people to fill up the arena. It was a hell of a lot of fun to watch.