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In Topic: Proehl at LSU today

16 April 2014 - 12:05 PM

Landry will end up being a top 3 receiver in this class. His route running and hands will make him a lot of money. People who judge him off his combine numbers (where he had a hammy problem) are ignorant to watch his game tape. He's a fantastic blocker, route runner, and probably has the best hands out of everyone in the draft. Bank on it

In Topic: Which Bobcats forum do you frequent most?

10 April 2014 - 05:28 PM

I stay here mainly.  Didn't really know of any others

In Topic: Bobcats Wizards

10 April 2014 - 10:12 AM

Honestly the East hasn't been as terrible since the All-Star break. Only one sub-.500 team will get in.


The East is very bottom heavy with teams like Milwaukee and Philly being god awful.  I think the top 7 teams of the East isn't as weak as people make it out to be. 

Sure the West is stronger, but the Cats went 12-16 against the West, which isn't that bad when you consider they lost to teams like the Rockets, Spurs and Thunder a couple of times


In face, since the turn of the new year, the Cats are 10-8 against the West.


This Cats team is not as bad as everybody is still making them out to be

In Topic: Bobcats Wizards

10 April 2014 - 09:29 AM

B-Cats are 6-1 in their last 7, with the 1 loss coming in OT against the Magic, a game we really should've won. 


Within that stretch, the Cats have played in 4 OT games, which they're 3-1 in.  


On top of that, the Cats are on a 5 game win streak.


Charlottes won as many games since the month of February than we did all of last year.


Give it up for this team.  I don't care if the East is down.  Winning in the NBA is hard, and staying consistent is even harder.  The B-cats winning percentage since the all-star break would put them in the top 4 in the East, up there with Miami and Brooklyn


Enjoy the ride 

In Topic: Bobcats Wizards

09 April 2014 - 08:26 PM

I knew somebody would say that. He hits a lot of clutch shots because he ball hogs like no one else at the end of the game. And if the PG shot better than 30%, we wouldn't need clutch shots.


I think we can all agree that we knew what we're getting in Kemba when the team drafted him


He's a jump shooting/scoring PG.  He struggles to get to the rim due to his size.  


He's going  to have off nights.  He hit the shot when needed, and it was clutch.  

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