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News » Charlotte Bobcats Roster Report 2009-11-07


Charlotte Bobcats Roster Report 2009-11-07


Charlotte Bobcats Roster Report 2009-11-07ROTATION: Starters -- Point guard Raymond Felton, Shooting guard Raja Bell, Small forward Gerald Wallace, Power forward Boris Diaw, Center Tyson Chandler. Bench -- Guard D.J. Augustin, Guard Flip Murray, Forward Vladimir Radmanovic, Center Nazr Mohammed, Forward Stephen Graham, Forward Derrick Brown, Guard Gerald Henderson.

PLAYER NOTES:

--F Gerald Wallace is getting to the foul line a lot (nine free throws per game), but he also gets his shot blocked constantly: 13 times in the first five games. Wallace is shooting just 31 percent for the season and says he's lost confidence in his shot.

--F Derrick Brown, a rookie, was activated versus the Hawks, over big men Alexis Ajinca and DeSagana Diop. That was partially about matchups -- the Hawks are a small/quick team -- but it also said something about how little the Bobcats are getting from two 7-footers.

--C Tyson Chandler finally founds some shots in this new offense. He made all five of his attempts against the Hawks, as the Bobcats made a more concerted effort to throw Chandler lob passes.

--G Raja Bell doesn't look like that injured left wrist is bothering him. He scored 24 points versus Atlanta and played strong defense on Hawks All-Star G Joe Johnson.


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Added: November 7, 2009

 

 
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