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Topic - Rich Cho
Mike Dunlap is one and done with the Charlotte Bobcats.
General manager Rich Cho says it will take "something enticing" for the Bobcats to trade away the No. 2 overall pick in the NBA draft.
Mike Dunlap's reputation as a `crazy worker' was among the things that impressed the Charlotte Bobcats.
Patrick Ewing is one of several candidates the Charlotte Bobcats will interview for their head coaching vacancy and the Hall of Fame center will meet with team officials next week, said people familiar with the situation.
Charlotte Bobcats draft pick Bismack Biyombo and his Spanish club have scheduled a mediation session Friday in hopes of settling a dispute over the contract buyout required before he'd be allowed to play in the NBA.
The slow trickle of player departures began last summer. Now owner Michael Jordan and the Charlotte Bobcats are leaving no doubt that they're in rebuilding mode.
Just over a week before one of the biggest drafts in the Charlotte Bobcats' short history, owner Michael Jordan has shaken up the front office.
Charlotte hasn't had a true dominant center and general manager Rich Cho said earlier this offseason the team will be looking to "add bigs" to the roster.
"I don't want to pigeonhole ourselves," Cho said. "We want to find out the best fit."