A Brief Look at the NBA Playoffs: Eastern Conference

Eastern Conference No. 1 Indiana Pacers vs. No. 8 Atlanta Hawks – Indiana’s downward spiral has caused concerns for Pacers fan across the world. If they hope to meet Miami in the conference finals (presumably), they’ll have to get through the Hawks first. It won’t be easy, but Indiana gets it done. Pacers win in six. No. 2 Miami Heat vs. No. 7 Charlotte Bobcats … Continue reading A Brief Look at the NBA Playoffs: Eastern Conference

2013-14 Season Preview: Charlotte Bobcats

LAST SEASON: (21-61), Failed to make NBA Playoffs PROJECTED STARTERS: G – Kemba Walker, Gerald Henderson F – Michael Kidd-Gilchrist, Cody Zeller C – Al Jefferson 6TH MAN: Ramon Sessions, Ben Gordon KEY ADDITIONS: Al Jefferson, Cody Zeller KEY LOSSES: Byron Mullens FORECAST: The Bobcats were a mess last season with head coach Mike Dunlap, who’s been canned after his first stint with the team. This summer Charlotte pushed … Continue reading 2013-14 Season Preview: Charlotte Bobcats

Top 10 Shot-Blockers: No. 9 – Bismack Biyombo

’12-13: 143 blocks, 1.8 blocks per game, 27.3 minutes per game   Biyombo literally averages 6 shots per game on a terrible team that went 21-61 last season. What makes up for his measly 4.8 ppg. is his outstanding ability to swat whatever comes his way. Bismack holds a ridiculous 7-foot-7 wingspan and knows very well how to use it. This past year he finished … Continue reading Top 10 Shot-Blockers: No. 9 – Bismack Biyombo

Free Agency Madness: Bobcats Sign Al Jefferson to a $41 Mil Deal

After going 21-61 last season and recently drafting Cody Zeller, the Bobcats have signed Al Jefferson to lead their front court. The deal gives Jefferson a player-option to stay in Charlotte after the first two years. The signing also gives the Bobcats another scoring option on offense and some added depth in the paint. Josh McRoberts and Bismack Biyombo both started in the front court last … Continue reading Free Agency Madness: Bobcats Sign Al Jefferson to a $41 Mil Deal

2012-2013 NBA Preview: Southeast Division

1. Miami Heat After winning the NBA Finals last season, the Heat enter 2013 as this year’s favorites after bolstering their lineup in the offseason. The additions of veterans Ray Allen and Rashard Lewis provide the Heat with a few more options along the perimeter. Those two could improve upon Miami’s already staggering 104.3 points per game last season, while the defense will continue to … Continue reading 2012-2013 NBA Preview: Southeast Division

74 Reasons to Get Excited for the 74th NBA Season: Reason 13

Reason 13: Kemba Walker’s rookie season Three-four year college basketball players are a rare commodity now a days, but Kemba Walker did it. Walker is a rare talent who decided to stay in school to improve his game, even when he could’ve left early for the NBA. During his high school career, one of his “claims to fame” was beating an alright player named Derrick … Continue reading 74 Reasons to Get Excited for the 74th NBA Season: Reason 13

NBA Mock Draft 2011: Bismack Biyombo

PF/C – Bismack Biyombo (Congo) – 6’9″, 243 lbs. Possible Destinations: Pick #9: Charlotte Bobcats Pick #14: Houston Rockets Pick #16: Philadelphia 76ers Draft experts vary on Biyombo’s projected position in the upcoming draft. A number of mock drafts have the 6’9″ center from Congo going as a lottery pick, but others don’t have him coming off the board until the middle of the first … Continue reading NBA Mock Draft 2011: Bismack Biyombo

NBA Mock Draft 2011: Marcus Morris

SF/PF – Marcus Morris (Kansas University) – 6’9″, 230 lbs. Possible Destinations: Pick #10: Milwaukee Bucks Pick #9: Charlotte Bobcats Pick #11: Golden State Warriors The more offensively talented of the Morris twins, Marcus, was a main ingredient for Kansas’ successful season (35-3 overall, 14-2 in Big 12). Marcus is an athletic player that is capable of playing either forward positions in the NBA, and … Continue reading NBA Mock Draft 2011: Marcus Morris

NBA Mock Draft 2011: Kemba Walker

PG – Kemba Walker (UConn) – 6’1″ 184 lbs. Possible Destinations: Pick #5: Toronto Raptors Pick #9: Charlotte Bobcats Pick #7: Sacramento Kings After leading his squad to a NCAA championship and a 32-9 record (9-9 in the Big East) this past season, Kemba Walker is ready to take his game to the next level. He produced a superb all-around junior season at UConn last … Continue reading NBA Mock Draft 2011: Kemba Walker