For a few short minutes during the Bobcats' Game 3 loss to the Miami Heat, Al Jefferson did his thing. Which is to say he stuck his ass into whatever helpless defender got himself dragged onto the left block, took a brief moment to size up the situation, and then bullied his way to the rim on the strength of one of…
Michael Jordan was sitting to the left of the Bobcats bench and partially obscured by the backboard from the first angle (thus the red arrow), but it sure as shit looks like LeBron stared MJ down as he took off for this dunk in the third quarter of Miami's 98-85 win over Charlotte.
Josh McRoberts put an elbow in LeBron James's throat near the end of tonight's playoff game, but somehow, the Bobcat wasn't called for anything more than a shooting foul.
LeBron James played what was essentially a perfect basketball game last night. Against a top 10 NBA defense, he scored 61 points on just 33 shots, mixing in seven rebounds and five assists for good measure. If you want to see what perfection looks like, watch all of his made baskets in the video above.
Carmelo Anthony had the highest scoring game ever at Madison Square Garden last night and surpassed Bernard King's 60 for the franchise record of points scored in a game. Once Melo passed King (and Kobe Bryant's MSG record of 61 points) he was removed with over seven minutes remaining because the Knicks were…
The Charlotte Bobcats are a pretty bad basketball team, and they lost again tonight to the Los Angeles Clippers. One reason they're bad might be that Cody Zeller is trying to dunk.
There was only one place Gerald Henderson's wayward pass was landing and the poor lady never saw it coming. She's like one of those mechanical duck's shuffling along a target range game at the carnival and Gerald Henderson is the deadest shot in the county.
Note: The charts and text have been updated to include Roger Mason Jr. (Heat), Mike Harris (Jazz), and Brandon Davies (76ers), who were initially missing. These updates are reflected in the BestTicketBlog's charts as well.
Every so often, the question of whether Michael Jordan can still dunk needs to be answered. It's been a little over two years since we've seen His Airness take flight, but this weekend he proved that yes, even at age 50, he can still throw it down.
Today's the day: after a decade of existence as the Bobcats, the franchise will officially receive league approval to change its name, and bring the Charlotte Hornets back to the NBA in 2014.
You've probably never heard of Jeffery Taylor, because Jeffery Taylor is a second-year role player for the Charlotte Bobcats. Well, now he's also the guy who detonated Aron Baynes with this spectacular dunk during a summer league game over the weekend. Now you know.
Via Did Charlotte Win, the scene at the Time Warner Cable Arena as the Bobcats made the 4th selection in last night's draft, a slot where Nerlens Noel, Alex Len, and Ben McLemore were still available. You get the feeling 'Cats fans might have wanted one of those three instead.
NBA legend Patrick Ewing went on the Dan Patrick Show this morning to talk about his new position as an assistant coach for the Charlotte Bobcats, and the conversation eventually turned to reminiscing about Ewing's college days. In particular, Patrick wanted to know exactly why Ewing chose to attend Georgetown…
During its short 25 years in the NBA, the Hornets moniker has proven to be the league's Johnny Cash — it's been everywhere, man. Born in Charlotte, transplanted to New Orleans in 2001, bivouacked in Oklahoma City for two post-Katrina seasons, back to New Orleans for the past six seasons, then banished to the Island of…
The 76ers went into last night's game at the Bobcats with a three-game winning streak. Mathematically, Philly is still in contention for a play—hahahaha, let's cut the crap. The Sixers lost, and Jrue Holiday might still be missing shots somewhere, even now.
Shame is not the reason Monroe won't seek out this dunk again. It's because he's dead. Michael Kidd-Gilchrist killed him. He exploded Monroe into a million pieces. There are bits of sinew and gristle dotting the upper reaches of the Time Warner Cable Arena. Monroe's parents and sister were notified, and flown by the…
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