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The Al Jefferson Effect: Now that the Bobcats are playoff-bound, how they want their big man to help next

BOSTON – Al Jefferson, then a rookie with the Celtics, arrived to work the day after the 2005 regular season ended. Immediately, he realized the vibe had changed as Boston prepared for its first-round playoff series. 1,390 more words

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The Playoff Picture - The Charlotte Bobcats

The Charlotte Bobcats doubled their win total from last season and shot up the standings this season. However, a potential run in with the two-time defending champion Miami Heat could spell a quick end to Charlotte’s second ever postseason  850 more words


Kyrie Irving, Michael Kidd-Gilchrist support former teammate Derrick Gordon

Derrick Gordon, the UMass basketball player who came out yesterday as gay, played high school basketball with Kyrie Irving and Michael Kidd-Gilchrist at St. Patrick High School in Elizabeth, N.J. 253 more words

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Aaron Gordon and the "Skill Curve"

“In his book, Basketball on Paper, Oliver introduces the “skill curve,” which examines the relationship between the usage and efficiency of NBA players. Oliver theorizes that players are efficient up to some usage threshold, but beyond that point they become less efficient. 562 more words

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The buzz is back in Charlotte (video)

By Sekou Smith, NBA.com

HANG TIME HEADQUARTERS — Steve Clifford didn’t make any promises when he took the job. He didn’t make any public declarations about where he was going to take the Charlotte Bobcats this season. 207 more words

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Michael Kidd-Gilchrist probably wishes he watched NCAA championship game with someone else

Now Bobcats teammates, former Connecticut guard Kemba Walker and former Kentucky forward Michael Kidd-Gilchrist watched last night’s NCAA championship game together. Looks like they had a great time: 31 more words

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Kemba Walker trolls Michael Kidd-Gilchrist

By Lang Whitaker, NBA.com

ALL BALL NERVE CENTER — One interesting side effect of having UConn and Kentucky play against each other for the national title last night was that there are plenty of NBA players, both past and present, from those two schools. 75 more words

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