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Cats Can't Grab Game 1

Cats Can't Grab Game 1

Kemba Walker led the Cats with a team-high 20 points and Al Jefferson had a double-double (18 points, 10 rebounds), but Charlotte couldn’t hang on to open up the franchise’s second-ever playoff series, falling, 99-88, to the Miami Heat on April 20 in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Playoffs. Recap | Gallery | Video: Coach Clifford | Jefferson | Walker | McRoberts Dunk | Pregame with Patrick | Preview
Al Player of the Month Again

Al Player of the Month Again

The NBA announced today that Bobcats center Al Jefferson has been named Eastern Conference Player of the Month for games played in April. Jefferson earns his second consecutive Player of the Month award. Press Release | Jefferson Player Page | Jefferson Named Player of the Week | Jefferson Eastern Conference Player of the Month in March | Big Al's Paint
Round 1 Playoff Predictions

Round 1 Playoff Predictions

It's that time again - NBA Playoff time! This season, the Bobcats have been invited to the party after a phenomenal season in Charlotte. Now it's time to see what our "experts" think. Check out our 2014 NBA Playoff Predictions: Round 1
Clifford Coach of the Month

Clifford Coach of the Month

The NBA announced today that Bobcats head coach Steve Clifford has been named Eastern Conference Coach of the Month for the month of April. Clifford led the Bobcats to a 7-1 record (.875 winning percentage) in April, the best record in the NBA and the highest monthly winning percentage in franchise history. Release | Lauer One-on-One with Coach Clifford | Rod Higgins on Coach Clifford
Playoff Schedule Announced

Playoff Schedule Announced

The Charlotte Bobcats 2014 NBA Playoffs schedule was announced today by the NBA. The No. 7-seeded Bobcats will play the No. 2-seeded Miami Heat in a best-of-seven first-round series in the Eastern Conference Playoffs. The Bobcats 2014 Playoffs, presented by Novant Health, Papa John’s and Sprite, will be the franchise’s second postseason appearance and first since 2010. Release and Schedule
Cats Close in OT, Get Heat

Cats Close in OT, Get Heat

Led by Kemba Walker’s 22 points, eight assists and seven boards, the Bobcats closed out the regular season in thrilling fashion, defeating the Chicago Bulls, 91-86, in overtime on April 16 at Time Warner Cable Arena. The Bobcats will now take on the defending champion Miami Heat in the first round of the Eastern Conference Playoffs. Game Recap | Videos: Clifford | Walker | Jefferson | CDR | Lady Cats | Galleries: Game Action | Lady Cats | Preview
CDR Caps Cats Comeback

CDR Caps Cats Comeback

Chris Douglas-Roberts capped a bench-led comeback by converting a game-winning floater to send the Cats home with a 95-93 win over the Atlanta Hawks on April 14. Al Jefferson recorded game-highs in points (27) and rebounds (15). Game Recap | Game Gallery | CDR Game Winning Shot | Game Preview
Cats Hit 41 Wins

Cats Get 41 Wins

Al Jefferson dropped his seventh-straight double-double (29 points, 12 rebounds) as the Cats put forth a strong second-half effort to defeat the Philadelphia 76ers, 111-105, on April 12 at Time Warner Cable Arena. Game Story | Galleries: Game Gallery | Season Ticket Holder Banner Signing | Cats Care Charity Sale | Video: Coach Clifford | Jefferson | Bobcats - 10 Years | Lady Cats | Yellow Ribbon Honoree | More Videos
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Celtics End Cats Streak

Al Jefferson came up with a big performance finishing with a game-high 32 points and 10 rebounds, but it wasn’t enough as the Cats came up short, 106-103, without Kemba Walker in the lineup (sore right groin), to the Boston Celtics on April 11, snapping their five-game winning streak. Game Recap | Game Gallery | Jefferson's Double-Double | Preview | Bobcats Announce Time Change For April 16 Game Against Bulls
White Signs for Season

White Signs for Season

Charlotte Bobcats President of Basketball Operations Rod Higgins announced on April 10 that the team has signed forward DJ White for the remainder of the season. The 6-9 White has seen action in one game for the Bobcats this season, tallying one rebound and one steal. He has career averages of 5.9 points and 3.2 rebounds in 133 games played with the Thunder, Bobcats and Celtics. Read the Release | White Practice Gallery | White Game Gallery
Cats Grab No. 6 Spot

Cats Grab No. 6 Spot

Behind Al Jefferson’s 38th double-double (20 points, 18 rebounds) and Kemba Walker’s ninth (17 points, 12 assists), the Bobcats outlasted the Washington Wizards, 94-88, in overtime for a season-high, fifth-straight win and the No. 6 spot in the Eastern Conference standings. Game Recap | Game Gallery | Game Preview
Cats Clinch Playoffs in OT

Cats Clinch Playoffs in OT

Led by Al Jefferson’s fourth-straight double-double (24 points, 15 rebounds) and 20 points from Kemba Walker, the Cats clinched their second playoff berth in franchise history as they defeated the Cleveland Cavaliers in overtime, 96-94 on April 5. Game Recap | Game Gallery | Game Highlight | Preview
Cats Hit .500

Streaking Cats Hit .500

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Kemba Walker recorded the second triple-double of his career (13 points, 10 assists, 10 rebounds) and Al Jefferson posted his third-straight double-double (29 points, 16 rebounds) as the Cats reached the .500 mark (38-38), defeating Orlando, 91-80, on April 4 at Time Warner Cable Arena for their third-straight win. Recap | Galleries: Game Gallery | Lady Cats Gallery | Videos: Walker | Jefferson | All Videos | Weekend Preview
Scorching Cats Sink Sixers

Scorching Cats Sink Sixers

Al Jefferson put up his sixth double-double in his last eight games, finishing with 25 points and 10 rebounds as the Cats took care of the 76ers, 123-93, on April 2 in Philadelphia. Anthony Tolliver (16 points) hit four threes to lead a productive Charlotte bench. Game Recap | Game Gallery | First Half Highlights | Preview
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Silver Visits Charlotte

NBA Commissioner Adam Silver was in Charlotte on March 24 and took the time to meet with the local media before the Cats tipped off against the Houston Rockets. Silver touched on a variety of topics, including the team's name change. Video: Media Availability Part 1 | Media Availability Part 2
Hornets Brand Identity Unveiled

Hornets Brand Identity Unveiled

The Charlotte Bobcats took the next step in the process of becoming the Charlotte Hornets when Chairman Michael Jordan unveiled the brand identity that will be used when the Hornets name returns to Charlotte for the 2014-15 season. Read the Release | Livestream Replay | Logo FAQ | Logo System Pyramid | Brand Identity Video | Brand Identity Gallery | Kelly Tripucka Interview | backbuzzcity.com
MJ One-on-One

MJ One-on-One

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Bobcats Chairman Michael Jordan sat down with Matt Rochinski of bobcats.com on the night of Charlotte's home opener to discuss the state of the Bobcats headed into 2013-14 and the excitement behind the Hornets name change. Watch the Video | Michael Jordan – Media Roundtable
     

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