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Taylor fills in with 20 as Bobcats beat 76ers December 7, 2013 11:44am Jeffery Taylor matched a career high with 20 points, leading six Charlotte scorers in double figures, and the Bobcats beat the Philadelphia 76ers 105-88 on Friday night (
The Charlotte Bobcats will try to halt a two-game slide Friday night when they welcome the Philadelphia 76ers to The Time Warner Cable Arena. The Bobcats dropped two in a row on a quick road trip, falling in a heartbreaker in Miami on Sunday, then
Bobcats 8-10, Mavs 10-8 About the Bobcats: Charlotte is coming off a 99-98 loss at Miami on Sunday, its third defeat in four games. ... The Bobcats are last in the NBA in scoring (89.2 points per game), but third in fewest points allowed (91.8 ppg). .
Sagemont's explosive 6-4 wing Prince Ali hopes to follow Ray Allen, Ben Gordon, Kemba Walker and Shabazz Napier as the next great Connecticut guard. Bella De Almagro scored the game-winning goal to lead American Heritage past Viera High 1-0 in a
It was on Wednesday night, and all that scoring in the lane was worth a 95-91 victory over the Brooklyn Nets. Credit point guard Kemba Walker (31 points on 12-of-20 shooting), who relentlessly drove to the rim. The Nets, a surprising 3-8 this season,
The Bobcats are off to a decent start at 5-5. But remember last year they started 7-5, then lost 18 in a row. Charlotte's balanced offense is led by PG Kemba Walker (15.3 ppg), SG Gerald Henderson (13.2) and backup Ramon Sessions (12.1).
Thursday, Nov. 07, 2013 More Information Charlotte Bobcats coach Steve Clifford is no fan of small ball. He joked at a preseason media luncheon that you go big in the NBA only if you want to win. With that in mind, backup point guard Ramon Sessions
The New Orleans Pelicans will try to avoid an 0-3 start when they return home Saturday to host the Charlotte Bobcats. More News Still without a win under their new name, the Pelicans dropped Friday's 110-90 decision at the Orlando Magic and were
The Hartford Courant Wes Bialosuknia, who played at UConn in the mid-'60s and holds the single-season scoring record for points per game, has died. Bialosuknia, 68, was born in Poughkeepsie, N.Y., which led to his nickname, the "Poughkeepsie Popper."
More Information The Bobcats were far more willing to take 3-pointers in this intrasquad scrimmage than they were Saturday in that exhibition against the Dallas Mavericks...This scrimmage was a good indication of what a gifted leaper small forward