|Rufus Lynx, a recruit from Cat Scratch College, is the official mascot for the Charlotte Bobcats. Known for his signature sunglasses and bright orange fur, you can see Rufus out entertaining fans around the Carolinas and at every home game. For more information on Rufus, visit his homepage here.
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|Cats Crew is a group of high energy, fun-loving guys who bring the entertainment to you on a nightly basis. You can catch them pregame on the concourse with their expandable backpack hoop, along with all sorts of other concourse games and prizes; and you see them on the court running flags, throwing t-shirts, and engaging the crowd. You can also find the Cats Crew at a number of community events throughout the year doing what they do best - entertaining the fans.
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|Discovered from the 2010 Charlotte’s Got Talent auditions, the Brass Cats are the Bobcats in-house brass band. Whether playing for the fans pregame, performing at halftime, or bidding our fans goodnight post-game, this always-entertaining group will get you smiling and tapping your feet.
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|Providing the sound track to our home games is GameNight DJ, DJ Complete. Joining the Bobcats family in the 2010-2011 season, DJ Complete keeps Time Warner Cable Arena rockin' with latest Top 40 hits to your old-school favorites. DJ Complete got his start DJ-ing in college at UNC-Wilmington. He moved to Charlotte in 2008, and just three years later after putting in all the ground work, he can now be heard not only at Bobcats games, but on KISS 95.1 and on nights and weekends at the hottest clubs in town. Besides the Bobcats, Complete says the best thing about Charlotte is the people he works with. "There is a lot of musical talent and really good DJs in the city and it’s a blessing to get to work with these people every day!"
Have a song you wanna hear at the next Bobcat’s home game? Want to know the name of a particular song he's played in game? Email him at DJComplete@bobcats.com
|The newest member of the Bobcats family, Lyndsay Rowley, original hails from Columbus, Ohio. The Carolinas are not new to her as she attended High Point University where she played volleyball. After graduating High Point, she gained on-camera experience with football sideline reporting and volleyball color commentating for Time Warner Cable Sports and Sports Time Ohio. She brings a wealth of experience to our Game Night Entertainment crew and we’re excited to showcase her talent. When asked how her Queen City experience has been thus far, she answered, “I’ve been welcomed with open arms and am extremely grateful for the hospitality that everyone in Charlotte has shown me.” Make sure you get to a game to check out Lyndsay on Bobcats TV.
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|Paw Patrol, is your Charlotte Bobcats kids dance team, and is comprised of kids with energetic, outgoing personalities and the best dance moves around. Appealing to both kids and adults alike and performing at select games throughout the season, these kids keep the energy up all game long.
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|Big Pat has been the Voice of the Charlotte Bobcats for seven years and is your source for all the information you need during a game. From Pocomoke City, Maryland; Big Pat began his professional career as a public address announcer in professional soccer in 2000. Since then, his professional endeavors have included Division I men’s and women’s basketball, minor league baseball college football, track and field and volleyball. He is also the proud father of Markeith and Nilajah.
Whether it’s getting you pumped up through intros or asking you to make noise during the fourth quarter, its Pat’s golden pipes you hear each and every game. Catch him around town at Watch Parties and other community events, and of course, every game night at Time Warner Cable Arena. You can also follow him on twitter, @bigpat00.