Only 1 thing sucked about tonight's game, and that is the fact that we'll have to wait until this year's finals to see Raja clothesline Kobe.
What to do, what to do...
Its funny because the standard seating capacity is under 19,100. They must have been selling the standing room tickets or have expanded some other way. I am excited that we got to put on a great show for local basketball fans that might not have been that into the Bobcats yet.
2008/2009- Bobcats-2 Lakers-0
i heard them say they were selling standing tickets
Yeah, Steve martin was babbling about this being the biggest crowd ever and that they sold standing room only tickets. Very similar to a Fenway park baseball game, except this only happens once in forever for us
Has anyone else noticed that on Hollinger's playoff odds our "Worst Record" possible is 33-49 while our actual record is 34-40. I'm no mathmatician, but that seems...how do I say this...IMPOSSIBLE.
Oh yeah, an Rasheed picked up his 16th technical foul tonight, so he has an automatic suspension waiting.
We're right there! The Bulls have an easier schedule over the next few games, but if you're paying attention, then you'll notice that the "easier" teams are not going down without a fight. There's not as much tanking as in the past, probably due to the weaker draft class. More teams than Indiana have the ability to beat the Bulls, just as we have the ability to beat teams like the Celtics.
The Bobcats will meet the Pistons and the Bulls later this season (in several days).
Last edited by Muttley; 04-01-2009 at 01:35 AM.
As far as I'm concerned we're in the playoffs right now. We have the same number of losses as the Bulls, and have the tiebreaker, thus, as long as we win, we're in. Can't possibly get any more black and white than that.
"The Charlotte Hornets name has been a mainstay throughout the region for many years, and we are excited to announce our intention to re-establish this historic brand. We believe that its return will galvanize our fan base by unifying our loyal Bobcats fans with those who have strong memories of our city's NBA predecessor." MJ, 5-21-13