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News » Charlotte Bobcats Getting Inside 2009-03-29

Charlotte Bobcats Getting Inside 2009-03-29

Charlotte Bobcats Getting Inside 2009-03-29
Gerald Wallace was in that place where he'd either improve or disappear from the Bobcats' scene.

He was the team's best athlete, but he had never really been coached. He said as much, himself, describing one season at Alabama, followed by three seasons on the periphery in Sacramento, followed by four seasons of expansion in Charlotte.

Then came Larry Brown. He's a coach who won't give in to pros' flaws, and he's fixing the things that held Wallace back -- a tendency to hold the ball or take crazy chances while going after steals.

Wallace had probably his best game as a Bobcat on Saturday against the Knicks: 23 points, nine rebounds, eight assists, three blocks and two assists. But it was his single turnover in 43 minutes that showed how well he played.

Brown is teaching, and Wallace is learning. This looks like a fine pairing in what figures to be Brown's last act as a coach.

BOBCATS 96, KNICKS 85: They played great defense in the last three quarters, holding New York to 38 percent shooting for the game. The Knicks' starting backcourt of Larry Hughes and Chris Duhon shot just 3-for-15.

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