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?
It’s that time of the year again: March Madness. What better way to kick it off than reflect back on My Ultimate List which is: “MARC JAMES’ TOP 10 GREATEST COLLEGE BASKETBALL TEAMS OF ALL TIME”.
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?
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) Michael Kidd-Gilchrist’s jump shot has never been perfect.
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 Drive Wednesday 11-14-12 -Dan Shulman from ESPN talks with The Drive about the Duke/Kentucky game last night, they get into the flopping comments from John Calipari, how these rivalries should not go away, and finally how the “One Year Rule” is ruining the college game.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — Bobcats coach Mike Dunlap says rookie Michael Kidd-Gilchrist, the No. 2 overall pick in this year’s draft, will start the season opener Friday night against the Indiana Pacers.
Charlotte’s sports emotions seem to be running high after last night’s NBA draft. Michael Kidd-Gilchrist was either a love-him or hate-him pick. Let’s be honest, though: other than Anthony Davis, there wasn’t a clear-cut number two.
The Drive Friday 6-29-12-Michael Kidd-Gilchrist and Jeff Taylor join The Drive in studio to talk about their draft night experiences, who they would compare themselves to another past or present NBA player, and how they liked playing against each other in college and how they’ll play together now.