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Cats' look to utilize momentum against the Heat

On Saturday night, the Charlotte Bobcats look for back-to-back wins as they face the Miami Heat. Coming off a 111-101 victory over the Orlando Magic, Charlotte looks to keep the momentum going. How will they stop LeBron and the high-flying Heat?

Bobcats head to Chicago after a blowout loss

After getting obliterated by the Timberwolves on Friday, the Bobcats head to Chicago. After the Luol Deng trade, the Bulls keep winning. They have won four straight games. The last time these two teams played, Chicago sneaked by with an 86-81 win.

Bobcats at Kings game preview

After a blowout loss to Portland, the slumping Bobcats need some sort of spark to not send this into a tailspin. Against the 10-21 Kings, this needs to be a must-win.

Bobcats falter late in overtime loss to Atlanta

Charlotte had a 16-point lead at one point, but Atlanta -- spearheaded by Paul Millsap -- came back late and won in overtime, 118-116. Al Jefferson was a bright spot, with 24 points and 23 rebounds. Evan Sidery was there covering it live for ROF.

Offensive woes continue in blowout loss to Indiana

They hung around for three quarters, but an offensive explosion from Indiana led to a 25-point win for the NBA's best team. After a 72-point performance, we have to examine the offensive issues. What is happening with it and what needs to be fixed?

Bobcats squeak past Raptors, 92-90

Your Charlotte Bobcats are tied for first in the Southeast division, and are tied for second in the Eastern Conference. The Bobcats had an all-around team effort with many standout performances on the night as they defeated the Toronto Raptors 92-90.

Depth Chart Breakdown: Point Guards

In the next installment of Rufus on Fire's positional breakdown of the team's depth chart, we take a look at perhaps their strongest position: point guards.

JT's Hoops Blog's 2012/2013 NBA Worst to First Previews and Predictions: 30. Charlotte Bobcats

Before, the Bobcats were simply treading water hoping not to drown—they were not good enough to make the playoffs or good enough to go high enough in the draft to get a franchise changing pick. Although many shunned the Cats and team owner Michael Jordan for purposely tanking the season in order to have a stronger chance to get the number one pick which unfortunately did not happen; however what he and his GM Rich Cho did was the right thing. The Bobcats were going nowhere and would have not gone any further than they had already gotten. Fan morale was already at an all time low thanks to the rather mediocre roster so Jordan made the wise decision to blow the whole thing up and allow Cho to go about his plan build the team through the draft. In effect by tanking the team the way they did, they in effect did a reset on the team cleaning the slate and decided to start over from square one.

The NBA Lockout Beyond Basketball

The lockout goes beyond just holding the players from the game they love.

Whats up Bobcats fans? I'm a writer/illustrator over at Bright Side of the Sun and am currently...

Sjax

Whats up Bobcats fans? I'm a writer/illustrator over at Bright Side of the Sun and am currently doing a project where I am doing 30 illustrations (1 player from each of the 30 NBA teams) over 30 days. Day 26 featured your own Stephen Jackson and I thought I'd share it with you. Feel free to visit and check out this and more as well as follow the project. Comments are welcome and appreciated. -Dustin

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