Bobcats coach Steve Clifford liked his team’s defense just as much as its offense.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — Bobcats coach Steve Clifford said despite adding two big men to the roster this offseason, rebounding remains his biggest concern as the team prepares to open training camp Tuesday in Asheville, N.C.
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.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — Bobcats president of basketball operations Rod Higgins believes Charlotte is a team on the rise. Higgins wasn’t about to predict how many wins the Bobcats will have in their final season before changing to the Charlotte Hornets, but he expects they’ll be “much improved” over last season.
Mac Attack: 09/25/13: Bobcats Head Coach Steve Clifford joined Mac and Jim in studio to preview the start of training camp, to discuss the off season moves, and much more.
Newest Bobcat Al Jefferson: “I Had A Chance To Turn This Thing Around In Charlotte, And I Would Love To Be A Part Of That.”
The Drive Wednesday 7-10-13 – The newest Bobcat Al Jefferson joins The Drive to talk about the Bobcats chances of making the playoffs with him in the lineup, what sold him on signing with the Bobcats, and how his time with the Utah Jazz has helped him become a leader.
Bobcats Coach Steve Clifford On Al Jefferson “He’s Been One Of The Most Efficient, Low Post Scorers In The League”
Bustin’ Loose: Bobcats Head coach Steve Clifford
Bobcats’ Cody Zeller: “I’m Excited To Be A Hornet, I’m Excited To Be In Charlotte, Whatever They Put On My Jersey, I’ll Be Excited”
The Drive Friday 6-28-13 – Cody Zeller joins The Drive in studio to talk about his draft experience over the past few days, what he expects the Bobcats to do on the court with him in the lineup, and what he thinks about the team changing their name to the Hornets in 2014. Plus they get into his time at Indiana, turning down the opportunity of playing at UNC, and what he thinks about the critics thoughts on him as the 4th pick.
Ok, I will admit when I heard that Coach of the Year George Karl had been fired, my first thought was, “Did the Bobcats hire a coach too soon?”
Much like ‘Sheed and Z-Bo, Cousins has talent. The kind of talent you make exceptions for. His size and skill are exceptionally rare in an era where most teams concentrate on the perimeter. He’s productive, too, averaging 18 points and 11 rebounds in just his second season in the league. In my opinion, Cousins would be the most talented player to ever wear a Bobcats’ uniform – unless you count Jordan in practice gear.