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Topic - Al Jefferson
One team was motivated by the goal of dodging the Miami Heat in the first round of the playoffs. The other team's goal was resting its starters.
Steve Clifford isn't exactly singing his team's praises after the Bobcats won for the sixth time in seven games.
Phil Pressey had a career-high 13 assists, dove for loose balls and tipped a missed shot to a teammate with three seconds left.
The Charlotte Bobcats have leapfrogged another team, increasing the odds that their return to the playoffs won't be a token appearance.
The Wizards fell to the No. 7 seed in the East by losing to the Bobcats on Wednesday night, shooting 0-for-8 in the extra period of a 94-88 loss.
The Wizards fell to the seventh seed in the East by losing to the Bobcats on Wednesday night, shooting 0-for-8 in overtime of a 94-88 loss.
No one will fault the Charlotte Bobcats for taking a moment to savor their second postseason appearance in franchise history.
The Charlotte Bobcats finally have a happy locker room, the result of winning games and contending for a berth in the NBA playoffs.
Al Jefferson isn't surprised the Bobcats are on the brink of clinching an NBA playoff spot.
Al Jefferson tried to explain how hitting his jumper forces defenses to change their approach.
Al Jefferson said he isn't surprised the Bobcats are on the brink of clinching an NBA playoff spot.
The Bobcats erased a 16-point halftime deficit and pulled within two games of the Washington in the race for the sixth seed in the Eastern Conference playoffs Both teams have eight games left and will meet again on April 9.
The Wizards didn't do much of anything well the last time these two teams met, and the status of Trevor Ariza and his groin strain will be crucial for Monday night's game.
The Bobcats say center Al Jefferson had seven stitches above his right eye after taking an elbow to the head.
Though at one time extending their lead to 12 points in the fourth quarter, the Wizards squandered a chance to clinch a playoff spot in a 100-94 loss to Charlotte on Monday night.
"Great shot," said Jefferson of Douglas-Robert's game-winner. "Great play. Great finish. Great win."
"I thought (the loss to Boston) would wake us up for this game, but I don't know whether it was a back-to-back, three games in four nights or what," Jefferson said. "... You could tell we were low energy. But we found a way to win, so that's the positive side of it."