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News » Charlotte Bobcats Roster Report 2009-11-28

Charlotte Bobcats Roster Report 2009-11-28

Charlotte Bobcats Roster Report 2009-11-28ROTATION: Starters -- Point guard Raymond Felton, Shooting guard Stephen Jackson, Small forward Gerald Wallace, Power forward Boris Diaw, Center Tyson Chandler. Bench -- Guard Flip Murray, Guard D.J. Augustin, Center Nazr Mohammed, Forward Derrick Brown, Guard Gerald Henderson.


--F Gerald Wallace has had back-to-back 31-point games versus the Raptors and Cavs. In that span he's made 19-of-39 shots and collected 27 rebounds. But best of all, he started making 3s (3-of-7 versus Cleveland).

--C Nazr Mohammed played starter's minutes (28) Friday because coach Larry Brown felt Mohammed was better suited than Tyson Chandler to guard Shaquille O'Neal. Chandler played most of his minutes versus backup Zydrunas Ilgauskas.

--F Derrick Brown, a rookie, has been getting regular minutes lately, but he took a step back Friday, shooting 1-of-5 from the field and 2-of-6 from the foul line. But Brown will keep getting playing time because the Bobcats so need help at power forward.

--F Stephen Graham has all but disappeared from the rotation. Friday was the third time in seven games he didn't get into a game. In the other four, he played more than five minutes only once.


--F Boris Diaw has aggravated a left ankle sprain, but is playing. It's a recurrence of the injury he originally suffered over the summer with the French national team.

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