Bobcats vs. Clippers
Named after the indigenous predator of the Carolinas, the Bobcat, the Charlotte Bobcats, the young franchise in the NBA League is all set to show the pro basketball world what it means to survive.
The Bobcats play in the Southeast Division of the Eastern Conference of NBA. They were established in 2004 as an expansion team and began with Charlotte Coliseum as their home arena. After the completion of the home arena, the Charlotte Bobcats Arena, named after them, they shifted their base. This arena is now known as the Time Warner Cable Arena.
The Bobcats have had a checkered history. They had their initial struggles, just as any expansion team is wont to. The Bobcats mostly struggled during their inaugural season, finishing the season with a record of 18 wins and 64 losses. They never won more than two games in a row. At the end of the 2010–11 season, this is where they stand: a record of 222–352, with a qualification for postseason once.
They may not have been the popular or best performing team yet, but things are looking up for the Bobcats.
Charlotte Bobcats New Ventures
The Charlotte Bobcats are on the new path with the legend Michael Jordan acquiring the team in 2010. They also had a previous successful season to boost their confidence. However, the beginning of the new season did not go as planned. The year saw yet another change with Larry Brown stepping down as the Head Coach and Paul Silas became the Bobcats Head Coach.
The Bobcats have some high profile people supporting them, so they are worth watching out for. Book your LA Clippers vs. Charlotte Bobcats to watch the Clippers fight it out with the Bobcats.
The Bobcats do not have any major championships to boast of. Nonetheless, with every passing game, they show improvement in their play.
The Charlotte Bobcats brought back the days of the League to basketball fans of Charlotte. There were several initial setbacks, but they held on and also managed to acquire players like Predrag Drobnjak and Gerald Wallace. Emeka Okafur, the center from Connecticut also added to their strength.
The Bobcats have also had some high profile coaches such as Bernie Bickerstaff, Sam Vincent and Larry Brown.
In the 2010-2011 season, the combination of Michael Jordan and the new coach Paul Silas is what makes the Charlotte Bobcats special. Keep an eye out for the Staples Center Clippers vs. Bobcats tickets and buy them as early as possible.
Charlotte Bobcats Key Players
Bobcats star players and young core include: Stephen Jackson, DJ Augustin, and Boris Diaw. The Bobcats are owned by the legendary Michael Jordan himself, so they are sure to be an exciting young team to watch now and for many years to come.
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