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News » Charlotte Bobcats Getting Inside 2009-12-10


Charlotte Bobcats Getting Inside 2009-12-10


Charlotte Bobcats Getting Inside 2009-12-10Charlotte Bobcats point guard Raymond Felton is doing less but accomplishing more.

Feeling a heavy burden to be a scorer and playmaker early this season, he was shooting under 40 percent from the field and frequently throwing away the ball. Then the Stephen Jackson trade added a go-to scorer and an extra passer/dribbler to the starting lineup.

It's clear Jackson's presence has made the game easier for Felton and made him more efficient. Over the last five games, Felton has made 33-of-51 from the field and all eight of his three-point attempts. Better still, he averaged four assists for every turnover.

Jackson is such a dangerous scorer that defenses must shade in his direction. That gives Felton more room to shoot from the other side of the floor and opens driving lanes to the basket, as in Felton's game-winning lay-up with about four seconds left Saturday versus the Philadelphia 76ers.

BOBCATS 107, NUGGETS 95: Stephen Jackson probably has the widest skill set in Bobcats history and it was all on display Tuesday -- 25 points, seven rebounds, six assists, three steals and some exceptional fourth-quarter defense on Carmelo Anthony, the NBA's leading scorer.


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Added: December 10, 2009

 

 
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