Charlotte Bobcats Accomplishments and Records

Charlotte Bobcats Accomplishments And Records

This is a list of the accomplishments and records of the Charlotte Bobcats. The Charlotte Bobcats are an American professional basketball team currently playing in the National Basketball Association (NBA).

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Charlotte Bobcats Accomplishments And Records - Playoffs
... In 2009-10, the Bobcats made their first NBA Playoffs-appearance, being swept in 4 games by the Orlando Magic, who were led by Dwight Howard, Jameer Nelson and Rashard Lewis ... The Bobcats' starting-5 were Stephen Jackson (scoring leader), Gerald Wallace (rebound leader), Raymond Felton (assist leader), Boris Diaw and veteran Theo Ratliff, with Tyrus Thomas, D.J ...
2009 NBA Draft - Draft
... States New Jersey Nets Louisville 12 ... Henderson, GeraldGerald Henderson SG United States Charlotte Bobcats Duke 13 ... Hansbrough, TylerTyler Hansbrough PF United States Indiana ... Spurs Cholet 54 ... Vaden, RobertRobert Vaden# SG United States Charlotte Bobcats UAB 55 ... Mills, PatrickPatrick Mills PG Australia Portland Trail Blazers Saint Mary's (CA) 56 ... Nivins, AhmadAhmad Nivins# PF United ...
2007–08 Clemson Tigers Men's Basketball Team - Schedule and Results
... Date Time Opponent# Rank# Site TV Result Attendance Record Exhibition 10/20/07 1000am Littlejohn Coliseum • Clemson, SC (Orange White Scrimmage) 11/06/07* 400pm Augusta State Littlejohn Coliseum • Clemson ... SC FSN L 88–90 OT 10,000 12–2 (0–1) 1/09/08* 730pm Charlotte #19 Littlejohn Coliseum • Clemson, SC ACC Select L 72–82 9,349 12–3 1/12/08 700pm Florida ... Boston College Charlotte Bobcats Arena • Charlotte, NC (Quarterfinals) RLF/ESPN2 W 82–48 20,035 23–8 3/15/08 330pm vs ...

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