The Last Word 4-23-2013 – Ben Swanson, editor of SB Nation’s Rufus On Fire, joins Lewis to discuss the Bobcats’ 2012-2013 season and to look ahead to free agency. Was the season a success? Should the Bobcats retain Mike Dunlap? How much should they offer Gerald Henderson in free agency?
The Mac Attack’s Colin Hoggard joins Lewis for a full-scale “State of the Bobcats” podcast. They debate the most pressing big picture questions facing the franchise as the 2012-2013 season ends. Can this season be viewed as a success despite the record? Does head coach Mike Dunlap deserve a second season? Which players on this roster project to be long term starters? Who should the organization draft in 2013?
Lewis Woodard chats with Ben Swanson, editor of the popular Bobcats’ blog Rufusonfire.com.
MKG hammered down a dunk against the Pistons, which gives us a chance to look back at the top Bobcat dunks this season.
The world needs another mock draft so here is mine!
Mac Attack 3/2/12: Tarheels assistant video coordinator, and former Heels guard Bobby Frasor calls in to talk about working on the Tarheels staff, what this season has been like for the Tarheels, what to expect for Saturday night’s game, and his experience playing in the rivalry.
The disparity between lineups didn’t seem as drastic last night as the Bobcats took on a very talented Philadelphia team. At least not as bad as the last two games against the Bulls and Clippers. […]
Bobcat And Blue Devil, Gerald Henderson: “It Was An Intentional Foul…But Never Meant For That Outcome”
The Drive Wednesday 2-8-12-Taylor and Marc talk with the former Blue Devil about the Tobacco Road Rivalry, they ask him about infamous elbow 5 years ago in the Smith Center, his favorite memories about the rivalry, and we get his thoughts on how Duke can win tonight.
The Drive Thursday 12-29-11- Holiday co-hosts Andrew Jones and Brett Freedlander talk with Gerald Henderson about the quick start tothe Bobcats season, the similarities between Kemba and Cam, and the expectations for the Bobcats this year.
The NBA is back after missing the first portion of the season due to a lockout however the city of Charlotte is excited for the return of the new-look Bobcats.