With the Miami Heat clinging to a 97-94 lead on the offensive end with less than a minute remaining in the team’s Game 2 showdown with the Charlotte Bobcats on Wednesday night, the ball was in the hands of LeBron James, as it should be in these kind of situations. What followed as LeBron attempted […] The post LeBron James takes vicious elbow to the throat from Josh McRoberts...
Bobcats forward Josh McRoberts elbowed LeBron James in the throat as he drove to the rim during the fourth quarter of Game 2 between Charlotte and Miami Wednesday, however, no flagrant foul was called on the play. The post Josh McRoberts Elbows LeBron James In The Throat (Video) appeared first on Beyond The Buzzer.
Have you fallen down on your knees and prayed for Al's footIf you haven't then hit the pavement now and don't get back up until Big Al's plantar fasciitis is as pristine as a new born baby's.If our prayers aren't answered and his foot is in bad shape on Wednesday night, then it's going to be a tough haul. It's not made any easier when our guys get...
Stop me if you’ve heard this before, LeBron James and Dwayne Wade took care of business while another Heat player got hot outside and Miami got the win. Oh, basically every playoff game the Heat have won the past several postseasons? The two time defending champs know their way around the postseason better than most right now. Behind the gap in talent, perhaps the second biggest...
Tweet Playing the postseason doesn’t come every season for a franchise like the Charlotte Bobcats. And with this being their first trip to the playoffs since 2010 and only their second postseason berth in 10 seasons, their best player plans to do everything he can to keep playing. Bobcats center Al Jefferson needed not one but two shots in his foot to deal with the plantar...
The scrappy 2013-2014 Charlotte Bobcats introduced themselves to the casual NBA fan Sunday in their first round opener against the Heat and probably won a few fans, despite losing 99-88 in Miami.
One of the Bobcats’ best players in Kemba Walker, and his handle will make for a couple highlight-worthy plays a game. Like for instance, this beautiful playground-esque crossover...
What do the Bobcats need to do differently in game 2?
More Gary Neal?
Ankle transplant for Big Al?
What is your solution for a different outcome on wednesday night?
The Miami Heat’s run toward a three-peat has begun. The Heat aren’t as good of a team as they were last year, but they are still the defending world champs with the best player in the world—LeBron James. The Charlotte Bobcats on the other hand are in the NBA playoffs—two years after finishing the regular season with the worst win percentage in NBA history. Good for them,...
The Heat got the win, but the Bobcats some playoff experience and a little confidence. Charlotte Bobcats power forward Josh McRoberts absolutely posterized Chris “Birdman” Andersen in the fourth quarter the 11 point loss.
Kemba Walker led the Bobcats with 20 points (on 6-for-15 shooting), six assists and five rebounds.
Josh McRoberts, the ex-Laker who once was highly thought of as simply being a scrub, has been a major contributor on the Bobcats this year. Watch as he posterizes the Birdman in Game 1 of the NBA Playoffs, though Charlotte lost the game. [Bleacher Report] The post Josh McRoberts Brings Down the Hammer on the Birdman appeared first on Diehardsport.
The Charlotte Bobcats will embark on their second (and final) playoff journey in franchise history Sunday in Miami against the two-time defending NBA champions. It appears that the ‘Cats drew the absolute worst first-round matchup possible by getting the Heat this early in the playoffs. But, if the Bobcats are going to win the 2014 NBA Championship might as well go through the...
CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Al Jefferson sits at his locker, following a surprising season-finale overtime win over the Bulls, talking about the playoffs. And you can't help but wonder what he's doing.
He's in boxer shorts and a dress shirt and already putting on high-top shoes.
"What about your pants, Al?" a reporter asks.
Big Al offers a wide, familiar smile and proceeds...
This is a video of a happy Michael Jordan cheering on the Charlotte Bobcats, who are headed to the 2014 NBA Playoffs.
It’s been several years in the making, but the Charlotte Bobcats are into the playoffs. There’s no debate that this has been one of worst franchises in terms of success in recent years and quite arguably in NBA history. So coming into this season, the Bobcats made a conceited effort to make the leap and […]
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All is well in Charlotte (at least for Kemba Walker). The Bobcats are in the playoffs, and their star guard Kemba Walker got an even sweeter victory on Monday when the UConn Huskies won the 2014 National Championship. For Walker’s teammate, Michael Kidd-Gilchrist, Monday sucked. Walker a Huskie alum and former National Champion made MKG […]