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Topic - Charlotte Bobcats
Kemba Walker finished off the Wizards on Wednesday and moved the Bobcats into sixth place. However a groin injury could doom his chances for Friday's matchup vs. Boston.
Last season the Wizards played the role of spoiler. Randy Wittman wants the playoff-bound team to grasp their role has changed.
One of Randy Wittman's greatest curiosities Wednesday evening, before the Wizards faced the Charlotte Bobcats at Verizon Center, was how his players would approach a game with meaningful postseason implications.
Bobcats coach Steve Clifford says he expects starting power forward Josh McRoberts to return for Wednesday night's game against the Washington Wizards.
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.
For the first time in 17 games, Bradley Beal made more than 50% of his shots and hopes to do it for the second game in a row vs. the Celtics on Wednesday.
Al Jefferson isn't surprised the Bobcats are on the brink of clinching an NBA playoff spot.
"It's a process," said veteran Al Harrington. "We're taking a step from being a horrible team, to being a mediocre team, to being a playoff team — and we can grow from there."
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.
Al Jefferson laughed when told he finished three stitches shy of a triple-double.
Randy Wittman is disappointed with how selfish the Wizards played in their 100-94 loss to the Bobcats.
The Philadelphia 76ers are on the cusp of winning the NBA's version of The Biggest Loser.
Kemba Walker is relishing the idea of playing meaningful games in March again.
Al Jefferson and the Charlotte Bobcats can't help but sneak a peek at the Eastern Conference standings every now and again.
2004: Charlotte Bobcats added as expansion team.
"That wasn't a requirement, but I think it gives us a little more oomph, I guess, having somebody like him wanting to step up and take on that role," Charlotte Bobcats forward Anthony Tolliver said in a phone interview. "It means a lot."