Charlotte Observer Bobcats beat writer Rick Bonnell joined Colin and Len to talk about the Bobcats and where they are headed. “This team needs experience as much as Talent.”
Bobcats guard joins the show to talk about defending homecourt, his shot, Coach Clifford and golf.
Gerald Henderson didn’t tinker with his shot after making just 31 percent from the field in his first four games this season.
Bobcats Assistant coach Pat Ewing hopped on with Frank and Yarbs to discuss the upcoming season. Ewing talks about the Bobcats expectations and who he expects to step up this year. Will Al Jefferson be […]
Bobcats Guard Gerald Henderson joined the show to preview the Charlotte Bobcats season, to discuss all the moves the team during the summer, and his future in Charlotte.
Bustin’ Loose: 9-30-13: Hour 1 from Bobcats Media Day. Cody Zeller, Coach Steve Clifford, Gerald Henderson and Kemba Walker join the guys to discuss the upcoming season.
(AP) — Charlotte shooting guard Gerald Henderson and the Bobcats have agreed to a three-year, $18 million contract, said a person familiar with the situation.
The Bobcats starting lineup for this upcoming season should be set with the signing of Gerald Henderson. Len Martez & Colin Hoggard discuss that plus the restructuring of Jon Beason’s contract.
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?