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#11 cavic7585


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Posted 19 November 2012 - 10:40 PM

1st Tier Players

PG Kemba Walker: After inconsistent shooting his rookie year, he has really stepped it up in that department this year. He is also a great play maker and creates space in his shots. Good finisher at the rim as well. He is the guy we go to in the clutch.

PG Ramon Sessions: Our backup point could be starting if it wasn't for the youth movement. Great play maker and shooter as well. Smart player that can also finish at the rack.

SF Michael Kidd-Gilchrist: Just a rookie but brings a lot to this team. He is a good teammate that plays hard on defense, can rebound, and gets tough buckets. Could improve his shot but he is only 19.

SG Gerald Henderson: Currently injured but solid player on both ends. Great when coming off screens.

2nd Tier

SG Ben Gordon: Streaky shooter and doesn't offer much on the defensive end. He can get hot quickly and when he does it's great to have him on the court. But he slows down the offense too much.

PF/C Byron Mullen: Versatile big that likes to spend his time around the perimeter. He is an above average shooter for a big but gets in the habit of staying around the outside too much for a 7 footer. When he does switch it and plays in the paint it's often effective.

SF Jeff Taylor: Just a rookie but seems to be a solid player. He is our defensive stopper and can shoot the 3 ball well.

3rd Tier

C Brendan Haywood: Starting Center but inconsistent on the offensive end. Good presence down low and good leadership but doesn't offer too much outside of that.

PF Tyrus Thomas: Good player when his mind is right, but thats hard to come by these days. He is very athletic and gets up and down the court. Good defender at the rim and can step out and shoot the mid range shot. His shot used to be consistent but some days he just doesn't have it. Makes a lot of head scratching plays.

PF Hakim Warrick: Just traded to us and hasn't seen much play time. Athletic guy that can dunk. Could be used to spark some momentum swings but not getting enough court time to make a full judgment on how he fits with this team.

4th Tier

SG/SF Reggie Williams: Good shooter and ball handler. That's really about it. He is solid at times and can get hot but he is too far down the depth chart to make that much of an impact.

C Bismack Biyombo: See decent amount of play time but extremely raw. He is a beast defensively but very shaky offensively. He has no confidence in what he is doing down low. He is only good for dunks as of now.

5th Tier

C DeSagana Diop: Lanky player that doesn't do much. Good defender that will be blocks every now and again. Takes some unwarranted shots.

PF Cory Higgins: Only on team because of father. Just an insurance player really.

lol you beat me by 1 min.

#12 SZ James (banned)

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Posted 19 November 2012 - 10:45 PM

Sweet Jesus.

I'll have to come back to this thread sometime tomorrow. Nicely done.

#13 YoungPanthers89


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Posted 19 November 2012 - 10:50 PM

They real good, bruh.

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Posted 19 November 2012 - 11:14 PM

JK that was a excellent breakdown.

Well done.

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Posted 19 November 2012 - 11:38 PM

yeah, bobcats are getting it done. saw the last few games and i am well impressed with the new energy.

I am also very pleased with Mike Dunlap. he looks very active and involved during the games (a complete opposite from Rivera) and he found a way to mix in some winning attitude, and god darn it this city needs it right now.

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Posted 20 November 2012 - 09:48 AM

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Posted 20 November 2012 - 10:47 AM

your loss for not watching this really exciting young team

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Posted 20 November 2012 - 11:23 AM

Oh and I don't know if anyone has really told you yet, but Kemba Walker is the GOAT already. MKG isn't too far behind. :)

#19 Sapper


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Posted 20 November 2012 - 12:33 PM

Hop on the wagon with extreme caution/excitement. Don't be shocked by a winning streak and don't be upset about a losing streak.

Everyone in the organization is to thank for this turnaround. A lot of the off season was a petition for a name change. Meanwhile the organization gave Charlotte a fighting chance at the playoffs and made moves, rather than caring about petitions. They don't care what their name is or what their colors are - they are playing their asses off.

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Posted 20 November 2012 - 01:47 PM

Current power rankings.


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