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News » Charlotte Bobcats Roster Report 2009-11-02


Charlotte Bobcats Roster Report 2009-11-02


Charlotte Bobcats Roster Report 2009-11-02ROTATION: Starters -- Guard Raymond Felton, Guard Stephen Graham, Forward Gerald Wallace, Forward Boris Diaw, Center Tyson Chandler. Bench -- Guard D.J. Augustin, Forward Vladimir Radmanovic, Guard Gerald Henderson.

PLAYER NOTES:

--F Gerald Wallace was averaging a league-high 45 minutes in the Bobcats' first two games. That was no way to stay fresh for Saturday's head-to-head against reigning NBA Most Valuable Player LeBron James. Wallace had only 11 points, but James scored just 14.

--G Raymond Felton committed eight turnovers versus the Cavaliers, one short of tying his own team record. For the season, Felton has one more assist than turnover.

--F Boris Diaw continues to be this team's best passer. He had nine assists versus the Cavaliers, to two turnovers. Perhaps the offense needs to run more regularly through Diaw.

--G Gerald Henderson, not normally a reliable shooter from long range, made 2 of 4 3-point attempts versus the Cavaliers.

MEDICAL WATCH:

--G Raja Bell (torn ligament in his left wrist) might play as soon as Monday versus the New Jersey Nets. He'll likely test the injury by fully participating in a Sunday practice.

--G Flip Murray is still out with a stress reaction in his left shin. He could play as soon as Friday's home game versus the Atlanta Hawks.


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Added: November 2, 2009

 

 
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