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Tolliver is an option for the Cats

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Chris Tomasson: Teams recently having shown an interest in free-agent forward Anthony Tolliver are Charlotte, Minnesota and New York.

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Ppg 11.7

rpg 7.00

apg 1.9

eff + 14.74

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Decent scorer, better rebounder. A run-of-the-mill reserve PF.

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I'd take him if we trade Boris.

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I'd take him for when we trade Boris.

There ya go.

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There ya go.

Well now lets not jump to conclusions. Nonetheless I do have a question for Bobcats Nation. If for some reason the Cats don't trade Diaw, do you think all of the trade talk will affect his game? In other words do you think he will preform to his ultimate ability or sulk and just go through the motions. Last year when we traded Raja I felt like Boris started just going through the act and pretty much gave up on the team after his buddy was gone.

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Well now lets not jump to conclusions. Nonetheless I do have a question for Bobcats Nation. If for some reason the Cats don't trade Diaw, do you think all of the trade talk will affect his game? In other words do you think he will preform to his ultimate ability or sulk and just go through the motions. Last year when we traded Raja I felt like Boris started just going through the act and pretty much gave up on the team after his buddy was gone.

With the contract given to Thomas, especially with it being front-loaded, Diaw is gone. It doesn't matter if all we get is a future second-round pick; One way or another, Diaw is gone.

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Also, Tomasson said Tolliver was a forward as where ESPN lists him as a center. Now if he is a pure center, than I say go after him right now. The kid is only 25 and he is almost averaging a double-double with the Warriors.

2009-2010 Stats

11.7 points per game (Season High- 34)

1.9 assists per game (Season High- 5)

7.0 rebounds per game (Season High- 21)

0.7 blocks per game (Season High- 3)

0.70 steals per game (Season High- 4)

Anthony Tolliver recorded 13 double-double's.

Tolliver hit double digits in points in 29 out of 44 games.

Tolliver hit double digits in rebounds 13 out of 44 games.

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He's 6-9, so he's not a pure center.

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He's 6-9, so he's not a pure center.

nevermind f*ck that idea.

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^ haha. in regards to boris though..i def feel that he is a headcase. he'll be gone im hoping by training camp.

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