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Buddwalk
10-06-2006, 12:41 AM
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Wheres all the fans at...lets join together and try and will this team to the playoffs :wink: :wink: :wink:


hopefully theres some fans on here :)

tylerdolphin
10-06-2006, 12:28 PM
Im a fan
I jst started to really follow the NBA last year though

RWhitney014
10-06-2006, 02:05 PM
:mrt:

Ferretsquig
10-06-2006, 02:13 PM
"It's playoffs. Definitely," Felton said during a news conference to promote the Bobcats' Oct. 17 exhibition with the Washington Wizards at North Carolina, where he played in college. "We have that type of talent. And I have that much confidence in my team."

are you sure about that Ray?



"I think so," Felton said. "I know so.":lol:

Poor Felton....its going to take him a while to get used to losing.

I get to watch a lot of Bobcats bball here and they are a fun group to see play the game. But they aren't making the playoffs. Its not hard to find 8 teams in the east that are clearly better than they are. If everything goes right they can hover on the fringe of respectability.

Its not really a bad thing to be a lottery team again. They can't contend this year, could certainly use that lottery pick, and are just biding their time until next year when they can make a play for one of the big FAs. Darko, Vince, Howard, Diaw.... It will be a pleasure to watch them though. Felton is quickly becoming a star, Wallace already is one, and all those who sat out last year "injured" can come back and display their new found skills. Watch for Sean May draining threes :D

Buddwalk
10-06-2006, 02:21 PM
are you sure about that Ray?


:lol:

Poor Felton....its going to take him a while to get used to losing.

I get to watch a lot of Bobcats bball here and they are a fun group to see play the game. But they aren't making the playoffs. Its not hard to find 8 teams in the east that are clearly better than they are. If everything goes right they can hover on the fringe of respectability.

Its not really a bad thing to be a lottery team again. They can't contend this year, could certainly use that lottery pick, and are just biding their time until next year when they can make a play for one of the big FAs. Darko, Vince, Howard, Diaw.... It will be a pleasure to watch them though. Felton is quickly becoming a star, Wallace already is one, and all those who sat out last year "injured" can come back and display their new found skills. Watch for Sean May draining threes :D

why cant they compete for a 7 or 8 spot...from what im hearing feltons game has only been improving...I believe our depth is actually pretty good now and we have a decent starting lineup

Brevin Knight
Adam Morrison
Gerald Wallace
Emeka Okafor
Primoz Brezec

off the bench
Raymond Felton [He may take the starting role before the season starts though]
Sean May [Will get alot of minutes filling in for okafor and they'll try and utilize a lineup that has both may and okafor on the court the same time]
Ryan Hollins [Rookie from UCLA had a dunk in camp that knocked down the backboard]
Alan Anderson [2nd year player from MSU that showed he can score]

tylerdolphin
10-06-2006, 03:59 PM
So Morrison will play SG? I know he was a SF in college

Ferretsquig
10-07-2006, 10:36 AM
Morrison guards whoever the weakest perimeter player is....Wallace gets the best. If that makes Morrison a PG or SF I don't know....but you can be assured he isn't lining up against Wade anytime soon.


why cant they compete for a 7 or 8 spot...from what im hearing feltons game has only been improving...I believe our depth is actually pretty good now and we have a decent starting lineup

Brevin Knight
Adam Morrison
Gerald Wallace
Emeka Okafor
Primoz Brezec

off the bench
Raymond Felton [He may take the starting role before the season starts though]
Sean May [Will get alot of minutes filling in for okafor and they'll try and utilize a lineup that has both may and okafor on the court the same time]
Ryan Hollins [Rookie from UCLA had a dunk in camp that knocked down the backboard]
Alan Anderson [2nd year player from MSU that showed he can score]

I agree....its a decent team. But the problem is (at least in my opinion) there are 8 better teams in the east. Miami, Orlando, the entire central, and New Jersey. Add in wild cards like Philli, NY, and Washington which certainly have the talent to be playoff squads, and there just isn't any room for the Bobcats.

I think they will win a lot more than last year but be far enough out of contention that both Knight and Brezec are traded before the deadline. Both have easy and expiring deals to move for draft picks or a young player and neither are coming back next year. Good PGs and big men are always in demand.