The newest Bobcats - Kyle Weaver, Alexis Ajinca and D.J. Augustin visited Charlotte on Friday, June 27.
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The Bobcats selected point guard D.J. Augustin with the ninth pick and added Alexis Ajinca with the 20th pick in the 2008 NBA Draft. Charlotte then added Kyle Weaver with the 38th overall pick.
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D.J. Augustin Reaction
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With the 2008 NBA Draft just hours away, there have been multiple changes in mock drafts around the Web. We've also added our mock drafts, so who is rising and falling? Get the latest here.
UPDATED - June 25
The Bobcats acquired a second first-round pick in Thursday’s NBA Draft, receiving the 20th overall selection from the Denver Nuggets in exchange for a future protected first-round pick.
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The Bobcats are hosting numerous draft workouts leading up to the 2008 NBA Draft. Follow all the action here:
Day 11 Video
Day 11 Workouts
Day 10 Video
Day 10 Workouts
Day 9 Video
Day 9 Workouts
Day 8 Video
Day 8 Workouts
Day 7 Video
Day 7 Workouts
Day 6 Video
Day 6 Workouts
Day 5 Video
Day 5 Workouts
Day 4 Video
Day 4 Workouts
Day 3 Video
Day 3 Workouts
Free Agent Minicamp
Day 2 Workouts
Day 2 Video
Day 1 Workouts
Day 1 Video
The team of No. 1 picks narrowly edged out the team of No. 9 picks to win the Draft Lottery Tournament.
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The 2008 NBA Pre-Draft Camp is underway in Orlando, and North Carolina's Wayne Ellington and Ty Lawson are two of a number of players hoping to make an impact.
Day 3 | Day 2 | Day 1 | Camp Preview
The Charlotte Bobcats landed the ninth overall pick in the 2008 NBA Draft at the Draft Lottery on Tuesday when the Bulls jumped from the ninth spot and won the lottery.
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Heading into the 2008 NBA Draft, bobcats.com has compiled profiles on the players expected to be taken at the top of this year's draft.
Top Prospect Profiles
NBA.com has compiled a video library with highlights of some of the players expected to be taken at the top of the 2008 NBA Draft.
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Forty-eight players who had declared as early entry candidates for the 2008 NBA Draft have withdrawn their names from the draft. There are 39 collegiate and five international prospects that remain early entry candidates.
Final Draft Candidate List
The 56th annual Portsmouth Invitational Tournament, the first stop on the NBA’s pre-draft circuit, ran from April 9-13.
Day 4 | Day 3 | Day 2 | Day 1 | Preview
Official Portsmouth Invitational Tournament site
The Bobcats will be looking to make history on May 20 in Secaucas, New Jersey, as they look to become the first team to move from the No. 8 spot all the way up to No.1 at the 2008 NBA Draft Lottery.
Bobcats Lottery History | Lottery Probabilities
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Aaron Green: I'm from the great state of WV, but I'm not East Coast Biased. But, I will say this if your looking for a long term guy who is a little bigger with some range, Go with Joe Alexander from WVU or Kevin Love from UCLA. Both can play from Inside down on the block or shoot the outside jumper. Alexander is more of A Dunker but is a good Small Forward. Love is more Inside and is very strong. Both will be solid players in the NBA. They'll need to be developed but LB and MJ can do the job. GO CATS.
keith shpakoff: no doubt kevin love
gocats: Trade down and take Westbrook or take Love at 9
Zach Levesque: This site is awsome, just keep us up to date and let us know who the bobcats have their eye's on.
T-Mart: DeAndre Jordan best option to help Okafor because he's tall, athletic and a"Lefty". If he's not available draft Brook Lopez, but if Roy Hibbert declares draft him.
Bobcat:I tried to contact somebody here about moving up in the draft 2 years ago for chris paul, now im back to give you another name of somebody greater than even paul, his name is augustin! GET HIM!!!!! I cant stress it enuff. Hello is anybody home? oops we let him get by, ok then well get mayo!!!!!.....Is anybody listening to me? If not save this email for next season then give me a call. BOBCATS #1.....PS We have the best linup in the league, larry brown will bring it all together, and J rich and Wallace remind me of a mike jordan and scottie pippen and morrison is like a young larry bird, i cant wait ahhhh bobcats 2011 NBA Championship thats if, we can get the one of them three pics in this draft... love, The Bobcat prophet
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1. Chicago - Derrick Rose
2. Miami - Michael Beasley
3. Minnesota - O.J. Mayo
4. Seattle - Russell Westbrook
5. Memphis - Kevin Love
6. New York - Danilo Gallinari
7. L.A. Clippers - Eric Gordon
8. Milwaukee - Joe Alexander
9. CHARLOTTE - D.J. AUGUSTIN
10. New Jersey - Brook Lopez
11. Indiana - Jerryd Bayless
12. Sacramento - Jason Thompson
13. Portland - Brandon Rush
14. Golden State - Anthony Randolph
15. Phoenix (from Atlanta) - Robin Lopez
16. Philadelphia - Maurreese Speights
17. Toronto - Roy Hibbert
18. Washington - JaVale McGee
19. Cleveland - J.J. Hickson
20. CHARLOTTE (from Denver) - ALEXIS AJINCA
21. New Jersey (from Dallas) - Courtney Lee
22. Orlando - Ryan Anderson
23. Utah - Kosta Koufos
24. Seattle (from Phoenix) - Serge Ibalka
25. Houston - Nicolas Batum
26. San Antonio - George Hill
27. New Orleans - Darrell Arthur
28. Memphis (from L.A. Lakers) - Donte Greene
29. Detroit - D.J. White
30. Boston - J.R. Giddens
31. Minnesota (from Miami via Boston) - Nikola Pekovic
32. Seattle - Walter Sharpe
33. Portland (from Memphis) - Joey Dorsey
34. Minnesota* - Mario Chalmers
35. L.A. Clippers - DeAndre Jordan
36. Portland (from New York) - Omer Asik
37. Milwaukee - Luc Richard Mbah a Moute
38. CHARLOTTE - KYLE WEAVER
39. Chicago - Sonny Weems
40. New Jersey - Chris Douglas-Roberts
41. Indiana - Nathan Jawai
42. Sacramento (from Atlanta) - Sean Singletary
43. Sacramento - Patrick Ewing Jr.
44. Utah (from Philadelphia) - Ante Tomic
45. San Antonio (from Toronto) - Goran Dragic
46. Seattle (From Portland via Boston) - Trent Plaisted
47. Washington - Bill Walker
48. Phoenix (from Cleveland) - Malik Hairston
49. Golden State - Richard Hendrix
50. Seattle (from Denver) - Devon Hardin
51. Dallas - Shan Foster
52. Miami (from Orlando) - Darnell Jackson
53. Utah - Tadja Dragicevic
54. Houston - Maarty Luenen
55. Portland (from Phoenix via Indiana) - Mike Taylor
56. Seattle (from New Orleans via Houston) - Sasha Kaun
57. San Antonio - James Gist
58. L.A. Lakers - Joe Crawford
59. Detroit - Deron Washington
60. Boston - Semih Erden
* Pick may be conveyed to Detroit.
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