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2010 Panthers vs this years Bobcats

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which one is more pathetic to watch? I'm going to have to go with the Bobcats with this one, i have never seen a team in any sport (not even the 0-16 lions) as bad as this. holy poo

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kemba walker is the bobcats version of jimmy clausen

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That 2010 Panther team was .was....especially the Claussen games.. I mean it was..... lets not even speak of it anymore. You're an asshole for even bringing it up.

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The Bobcats by far. The Panthers, and NFL teams in general can have down years and recover. However, literally nobody ever cared about the Bobcats and the organization seems that it just doesn't care either.

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I was just thinking the other day how bad the last couple of years have been for NC professional sports. Between having the worst team in football one year and now the worst team in basketball and the worst hockey team in the Eastern conference things have been dismal. Cam showed up at the right time.

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Oh yea, George shinn can eat poo and die for what he did to charlotte basketball.

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with the bobcats injuries its the bobcats, they are pathetic to watch if DJ, Maggette, and Henderson are out

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well....since I don't watch basketball...Bobcats are basketball?

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OP's name is ReturnofFox and he brings up the 2010 season....

does neg to smack central still work?

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Bobcats, simply because football > basketball.

A bad football game is still better then a good basketball game in my book. I like basketball, but it's what I watch to pass the time in between football seasons.

Bobcats are also harder to watch, because there are so many more games then football and you have less time to recover in between beat-downs.

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I'll give it to MJ (happy b-day) he has some big, brass ball$ to purposely tank a season when you just finished losing 25 million dollars in a market that has yet to really embrace your team in the first place. I'm not criticizing what the Bobcats are doing, I understand it, just saying it's a bold move in the case of the Bobcats vs. an established team.

The Panthers knew the fans would be back in droves, the Bobcats have no such guarantee. The level of apathy in this town towards the Bobcats during the best of years was troubling, not sure they can survive this. The saving grace is that fact that Charlotte is a very transient city, so at the very least they will be able to sell a good number of tickets to fans who want to see the opposing teams.

I'm gonna catch hell for this, but I still think it would be wise to re-brand the team as the Hornets (which would require purchasing the name from the NBA). The Hornets left under bad circumstances, but they are still loved in this town... I see much more Hornets gear then I do Bobcats gear around Charlotte. I think people would have a much easier time embracing a team in Charlotte called the Hornets, even if that team sucked as bad as the Bobcats do - just as a matter of nostalgia.

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I don't know but if they played each other it would be the lowest scoring game in sports history.

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