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News » Charlotte Bobcats Getting Inside 2008-03-29


Charlotte Bobcats Getting Inside 2008-03-29


Charlotte Bobcats Getting Inside 2008-03-29
It may be only a far-fetched dream.

But Raymond Felton, who helped lead his Bobcats to a 96-93 road win in Seattle Friday, is dreaming it.

The 27-45 Bobcats have the good fortune to play in the Eastern Conference, where even sub-.500 teams can talk about the playoffs.

Felton can see a path for Charlotte to the NBA postseason.

"We're still trying (for the playoffs)," Felton said. "That's still our goal. It's possible some other teams lose and we slip in there. We are in the East."

The Bobcats are four games out of the final playoff spot with nine games left.

Next up for Charlotte, who surprised the Los Angeles Lakers 108-95 Wednesday, will be at game in Portland Saturday.

The Bobcats return home for contests against Toronto Monday and Cleveland April 2.

BOBCATS 96, SUPERSONICS 93: Raymond Felton hit a 20-footer with 29.8 seconds left in the game Friday to give his team a 92-91 lead. The Sonics turned the ball over in their next possession, and Felton hit both free throws with 9.6 seconds remaining.

Kevin Durant's three-point field goal attempt went off the rim and the Bobcats' Jason Richardson finished the scoring with a pair of free throws.

Richardson finished with 27 points, Felton had 23 and Emeka Okafor had 19.


Author: Fox Sports
Author's Website: http://www.foxsports.com
Added: March 29, 2008

 

 
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