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Friday, April 16, 2010

A closer look at the Charlotte Bobcats

The Bobcats finished with a record of 44-38 (31-10 home, 13-28 away). They averaged 95.3 points per game (28th in the league) and allowed 93.8 points per game (1st). Their offensive rating (points per 100 possessions) was 104.4 (24th) and their defensive rating (points allowed per 100 possessions) was 102.8 (1st).

Charlotte depth chart:

PG: Raymond Felton (12.1 ppg 45.9% FG, 38.5% 3 PT FG, 5.6 assts), D.J. Augustin (6.3 ppg, 38.6% FG)
SG: Stephen Jackson (20.6 ppg, 42.3% FG, 32.8 3 PT FG, 3.7 assts), Larry Hughes (9.1 ppg, 35.5% FG, 3.0 assts)
SF: Gerald Wallace (18.2 ppg, 48.4% FG, 37.1 3 PT FG, 10.0 rebs), Stephen Graham (4.2 ppg, 49.6% FG)
PF: Boris Diaw (11.3 ppg, 48.3% FG, 32.0% 3 PT FG, 5.2 rebs, 4.0 assts), Tyrus Thomas (9.4 ppg, 46.2% FG, 6.2 rebs)
C: Nazr Mohammed (7.9 ppg, 55.3% FG, 5.2 rebs), Tyson Chandler (6.5 ppg, 57.4% FG, 6.3 rebs), Theo Ratliff (3.6 ppg, 46.1%)


  • At 2:54 AM, Blogger Mike from Illinois said…

    I have a lot of respect for the Bobcats, as it's a heck of an accomplishment to have the number one rated defense in the league in terms of fewest points allowed and fewest points allowed per 100 possessions.

    Offensively, they have players that have to be respected also (Jackson and Wallace especially).

    Even though Charlotte is no slouch, with the Magic closing the season with 21 wins in 24 games, they are on a roll and I predict the Magic to win the series in 5 games.


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