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2013-14 BOBCATS MEDIA GUIDE

BOBCATS SPORTS & ENTERTAINMENT OFFICE ADDRESS

333 East Trade Street, Charlotte, NC 28202

TELEPHONE

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ARENA

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TICKET INFORMATION

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WEBSITE

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COMMUNICATIONS CONTACT INFORMATION MIKE CRISTALDI Vice President, Communications

704-688-8866 mcristaldi@bobcats.com

JOSH ROSEN Director, Communications

704-688-8863 jrosen@bobcats.com

JEROME HUBBARD Coordinator, Communications

704-688-8862 jhubbard@bobcats.com

COMMUNICATIONS GAME NIGHT OFFICE

704-688-8864

COMMUNICATIONS PRESS ROW LINE

704-688-8867

COMMUNICATIONS FAX

704-688-7864

CREDITS EXECUTIVE EDITOR

Josh Rosen

EDITORS

Mike Cristaldi, Jerome Hubbard

DESIGN, LAYOUT, PRODUCTION AND PRINTING PHOTOGRAPHY SPECIAL THANKS

iTek Graphics Kent Smith, NBAE/Getty Images

Elias Sports Bureau, Kelsey Kohlman, Will Patterson, Kelsey Woodford, USA Basketball, Past Communications Interns

Š 2013 Charlotte Bobcats All NBA and team insignia depicted in this publication are the property of NBA Properties, Inc. and the respective teams of the NBA and may not be reproduced for commercial purposes without the prior written consent of NBA Properties, Inc. The information contained in this publication was compiled by the Charlotte Bobcats and is provided as a courtesy to our fans and the press and may be used only for personal or editorial purposes. Any commercial use of this information is prohibited without the prior written consent of the Charlotte Bobcats.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS Front Office

2012-13 Season Review

Staff Directory

4-5

Michael Jordan

88

182

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Game-by-Game Results

89

D-League Directory

183

Ownership Group

7

Team Cumulatives/Season and Career Highs 90

Atlanta Hawks

184

Curtis J. Polk / Office of the Chairman

8

Miscellaneous Stats

91

Boston Celtics

184

Fred A. Whitfield

9

Team Records/Starting Lineups

92

Brooklyn Nets

184

Executive Staff

10-13

Player Performance/Games Missed

93

Chicago Bulls

185

Front Office Staff

14-16

Team Highs and Lows

94

Cleveland Cavaliers

185

Individual Highs

95

Dallas Mavericks

185

Bobcats Individual High Games

96

Denver Nuggets

186

Detroit Pistons

186

Golden State Warriors

186

Basketball Operations Rod Higgins

18

Rich Cho

19

Records

Steve Clifford

20

Bobcats Team Highs

98-99

Houston Rockets

187

Patrick Ewing

21

Bobcats Team Lows

99-100

Indiana Pacers

187

Bob Beyer

22

Bobcats Individual Highs

101-102

Los Angeles Clippers

187

Stephen Silas

22

Opponents Team Highs

103-104

Los Angeles Lakers

188

Bob Weiss

23

Opponents Team Lows

104-105

Memphis Grizzlies

188

Mark Price

23

Opponents Individual Highs

106-107

Miami Heat

188

Larry Jordan

24

Bobcats Team Firsts

108

Milwaukee Bucks

189

Chris Whitney

24

Bobcats Miscellaneous Stats

109

Minnesota Timberwolves

189

Scott Howard

25

Bobcats Career/Season Records

110-111

New Orleans Pelicans

189

Adam Filippi

25

Time Warner Cable Arena Firsts

112

New York Knicks

190

Todd Quinter

25

Time Warner Cable Arena Highs

113

Oklahoma City Thunder

190

Scouting Staff

25

Time Warner Cable Arena Lows

114

Orlando Magic

190

Drew Perry

26

Time Warner Cable Arena Individual Highs 115

Philadelphia 76ers

191

Steve Stricker

26

Phoenix Suns

191

Matt Friia

26

Playoffs

Portland Trail Blazers

191

Dennis Williams

27

Results/Cumulatives

118

Sacramento Kings

192

Jason Rivera

27

Bobcats Team Highs

119

San Antonio Spurs

192

Support Staff

27

Bobcats Team Lows

120

Toronto Raptors

192

Basketball Facilities

28

Bobcats Individual Highs

121

Utah Jazz

193

Opponents Team Highs

122

Washington Wizards

193

Opponents Team Lows

123

Key Dates

194

Opponents Individual Highs

124

NBA Cares

194

Players

2

NBA

Roster

30

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Miscellaneous

Jeff Adrien

32-35

History

Bismack Biyombo

36-39

2011-12 History

126-128

Media Information

Ben Gordon

40-43

2010-11 History

129-131

Beat Media/Stat Crew

Brendan Haywood

44-47

2009-10 History

132-134

Bobcats in the Community

200-201

Gerald Henderson

48-51

2008-09 History

135-137

Time Warner Cable Arena

202-203

Al Jefferson

52-55

2007-08 History

138-140

Michael Kidd-Gilchrist

56-59

2006-07 History

141-143

Josh McRoberts

60-63

2005-06 History

144-146

Jannero Pargo

64-67

2004-05 History

147-149

Ramon Sessions

68-71

Awards/National Team Appearances

Jeffery Taylor

72-75

Draft History

151-152

Anthony Tolliver

76-79

All-Time Roster

153-167

Kemba Walker

80-83

Key Dates In Bobcats History

168-179

Cody Zeller

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PLAYOFFS

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TEAM DIRECTORY

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Chairman............................................................................................................................................... Michael Jordan Executive Assistant to the Chairman........................................................................................................... Tina Parker Vice Chairman & Alternate Governor.......................................................................................................Curtis J. Polk Office of the Chairman.............................................................................................................................Estee Portnoy President, Chief Operating Officer & Alternate Governor.................................................................. Fred A. Whitfield President of Basketball Operations..........................................................................................................Rod Higgins General Manager ...........................................................................................................................................Rich Cho Executive Vice President and Chief Sales & Marketing Officer ................................................................. Pete Guelli Basketball Operations Head Coach........................................................................... Steve Clifford Associate Head Coach...........................................................Patrick Ewing Assistant Coach..........................................................................Bob Beyer Assistant Coach....................................................................Stephen Silas Assistant Coach..........................................................................Bob Weiss Assistant Coach.........................................................................Mark Price Director, Basketball Operations.........................................Kathryn Karakus Director, Player Personnel........................................................ Larry Jordan Director, Player Programs......................................................Chris Whitney Director, Scouting...................................................................Scott Howard Director, International Scouting..............................................Adam Filippi Director, Pro Scouting..............................................................Todd Quinter Director, Advance Scouting........................................................Drew Perry Director, Basketball Analytics........................................... Jason Rosenfeld Scout................................................................................. Anthony Gacona Scout.................................................................................Dickey Simpkins Scout......................................................................................... Jim Thrash Scout................................................................................ Francis Williams Head Athletic Trainer.............................................................Steve Stricker Strength & Conditioning Coach................................................... Matt Friia Assistant Athletic Trainer.................................................. Dennis Williams Head Equipment Manager.......................................................Jason Rivera Assistant Equipment Manager...................................... James McCullough Coaching Associate.............................................................Adam Glessner Video Scout.............................................................................Rick Higgins Video Scout.................................................................................Joey Levin Team Physician................................................................. Dr. Marcus Cook Team Physician..................................................................... Dr. Joe Garcia Team Dentist...................................................................... Dr. Larry Seitlin Quantitative Analyst/Systems Developer........................... Ben Woldenberg Quantitative Analyst/Systems Developer............................. Angus Mitchell Basketball Operations Assistant........................................ David Duquette Basketball Operations Assistant...............................................Brad Green Basketball Operations Assistant.......................................... Raymond Rios Communications Vice President, Communications...........................................Mike Cristaldi Director, Communications......................................................... Josh Rosen Coordinator, Communications........................................... Jerome Hubbard Community Relations Vice President, Community Relations & Executive Director of Cats Care Foundation ................... Kim Henderson Senior Director, Corporate Social Responsibility...............Elizabeth Clagon Director, Community Investment...................................Bernie Washington Coordinator, Community Partnership Activation.................Kate Hussmann Executive Administration Senior Manager, Administration.................................................Ann Kunak Manager, Sales & Marketing Operations............................... Tina Courtney

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Finance Senior Director, Finance...........................................................Jim Dunlevy Senior Manager, Financial Analysis & Budgeting...............Travis Ferguson Accounting Manager........................................................... Ansel Gardiner Accounting Manager.................................................................Kyra Nance Staff Accountant......................................................................Nadia Qadir Financial Analyst.................................................................... Graham Pitt Human Resources Vice President, Human Resources......................................... Rhonda Curry Manager, Payroll...................................................................Stacey Dillard Coordinator, Human Resources........................................... Jackie Mannon Information Technology Director, Information Technology.......................................... Ronnie Bryant Information Technology Administrator............................. Arthur Dandridge Legal Affairs Vice President & General Counsel............................................... Joe Pierce Senior Manager, Legal Affairs............................................ Allison Purmort Marketing Senior Vice President, Marketing, Entertainment & Interactive Media .............................................................................................. Seth Bennett Senior Director, Marketing....................................................... Josh Kramer Director, Event Presentation....................................................Jason Simon Director, Interactive Media..................................................Matt Rochinski Director, Marketing.......................................................... Liz Ralon Rackoff Director, Retail....................................................................... Dave Cromar Director, Technical Operations..................................................Kevin Baker Manager, Digital Marketing..................................................Aubrey Resech Manager, Event Presentation.................................................... Emily Ladd Manager, Interactive Media......................................................Sean Phaler Manager, Marketing...................................................................Ron Chase Manager, Retail Operations.............................................. Lewis Hagerman Manager, Warehouse................................................................... Bob Clark Project Manager, Marketing.................................................... Ally Oelerich Coordinator, Broadcasting......................................................Steve Martin Coordinator, Marketing..................................................... Valentina Barton Coordinator, Social Media.....................................................Eryn Gradwell Coordinator, Special Appearances..........................................Dave Stogdill Coordinator, Technical Operations........................................Evan Manning Senior Graphic Designer and Animator.................................Kathy Schmid Graphic Designer....................................................................Aaron Dewey Graphic Designer................................................................Steve Hardican Graphic Designer.............................................................. Ashley Mulready Assistant, Grassroots Marketing............................................. Ed Ibarguen Associate Producer.................................................................... Kyle Kebert Associate Producer........................................................ James Ziegelbauer Radio Play-by-Play Announcer..................................................Scott Lauer


Team Directory

RECORDS PLAYOFFS HISTORY

Bobcats Game Night Statistical Crew Game Clock Operator............................................................ Richard Ward Shot Clock Operator............................................................... Mark Arcilesi Scoreboard Operator..................................................................Kevin Earp Shot Clock/Scoreboard Operator............................................... Tony Folden Official Scorer..................................................................Michael Harwood Statistician...............................................................................Paul Denny Statistician..............................................................................David Hixon Statistician........................................................................Malinda Murray Statistician..........................................................................Laura Sullivan Talent Stats................................................................................. Frank Kay Talent Stats.............................................................................Bill Magrath Game Night Staff...................................................................Laura Adkins Game Night Staff...................................................................Deandra Alex Game Night Staff..............................................................Emily Arceneaux Game Night Staff..................................................................Alexis Broome Game Night Staff................................................................... Jerry Duncan Game Night Staff............................................................. Carlisle Hamrick Game Night Staff.................................................................. Monica Lewis Public Address Announcer..................................................Patrick Doughty

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Senior Advisors Special Advisor, Ticket for Kids Program...............................Sporty Jeralds Vice President...............................................................................Ed Lewis Group Sales Consultant........................................................... Carl Scheer Special Advisor to the Chairman.................................................Paul Silas

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Time Warner Cable Arena Senior Vice President, Arena & Event Operations/General Manager .............................................................................................. Donna Julian Vice President, Guest Services & Event Staffing............ Marlene Hendricks Director, Arena Booking........................................................ Glenn Grabski Director, Arena Events & Operations................................... Trista Langdon Director, Public Safety & Special Projects.........................Anthony Datcher Senior Manager, Arena Events & Operations........................ Shawn Holden Manager, Arena Events & Operations...........................................Dan Bain Manager, Arena Events Security............................................ Joe Reinhardt Manager, Event Services................................................. Andrew Chisholm Public Safety Officer.............................................................. Charles Cobb Guest Services Representative......................................Angela Vonwergers Receptionist....................................................................... Jennifer Fannin

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Ticket Sales and Services Senior Vice President, Partnership Marketing & Ticketing .........................................................................................Flavil Hampsten Senior Director, Premium & Season Ticket Sales................... Marc Jackson Director, Database Marketing...........................................Chris Zeppenfeld Director, Premium & Season Ticket Services...................... Jacob Gallagher Director, Suite Sales........................................................Kameron Florence Senior Manager, Group Sales.............................................. Sean O’Connor Manager, Organizational Group Sales.................................... Seth Roberts Manager, Premium Sales....................................................... Drew Praster Manager, Season Ticket Services......................................... Cedric Roberts Senior Account Executive, Group Sales....................................Tim Barabas Account Executive, Group Sales................................................Cara Dolan Account Executive, Group Sales.............................................. Jeff Gibbons Account Executive, Group Sales....................................... Jennifer Kushner Account Executive, Group Sales..................................Dominick Principato Account Executive, Premium Sales........................................Kristi Cornuet Account Executive, Premium Sales....................................... Rich Gandolfo Account Executive, Premium Sales.............................................Colin Riley Account Executive, Season Ticket Sales............................... Will Bardaglio Account Executive, Season Ticket Sales..................................Kyla Canada Account Executive, Season Ticket Sales......................... Brittany Christian Account Executive, Season Ticket Sales................................Drew Littleton Account Executive, Season Ticket Sales..................................Joe Mancuso Account Executive, Season Ticket Sales................................ Justin Shively Account Executive, Season Ticket Sales................................ Emily Spiegel Account Executive, Season Ticket Sales.......................... Justin Van Kleeck Account Executive, Season Ticket Sales..................................... Kevin York Senior Account Manager, Premium Services......................... Alan Wheeling Account Manager, Premium Services........................................Katie Jones Account Manager, Season Ticket Services............................... Chris Brown Account Manager, Season Ticket Services.............................Sarah Cardon Account Manager, Season Ticket Services............................Derrick Crump Account Manager, Season Ticket Services.........................Wade Davenport Inside Sales Consultant.......................................................Julie Brezinsky Inside Sales Consultant.........................................................Shane Brown Inside Sales Consultant............................................................ Jim Collins Inside Sales Consultant..........................................................Jeff Eldridge Inside Sales Consultant.............................................................. Erik Ernst Inside Sales Consultant........................................................ Jasamine Hill Inside Sales Consultant..................................................Lyndsey Hutchens Inside Sales Consultant.......................................................... Zach Kaytes Inside Sales Consultant.............................................................Nick Pretty Inside Sales Consultant......................................................Nikki Rauscher Inside Sales Consultant........................................................Drew Sandora Inside Sales Consultant.............................................. Samantha Santucci

Ticket Operations Vice President, Ticket Operations..........................................Andrew Shure Senior Director of Ticketing, Arena Events.................................Mike Tanda Manager, Ticket Operations.....................................................Brienne Cole Coordinator, Ticket Operations..............................................Kyle Trenthem

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Partnership Marketing Senior Vice President, Partnership Marketing & Ticketing .........................................................................................Flavil Hampsten Vice President, Partnership Marketing....................................... Dave Beck Senior Director, Partnership Sales................................... Dan Fitzsimmons Director, Partnership Services................................................ Chris Ziegler Manager, Partnership Marketing............................................. Seth Firquin Account Executive, Partnership Sales.........................................Mark Kent Senior Account Manager, Partnership Services............ Lindsay Owanesian Account Manager, Partnership Services....................................... Jill Heuer Account Manager, Partnership Services.............................Hannah McNeill Research Manager....................................................................Jordan Polk Coordinator, Partnership Marketing................................... Amanda Wilson

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FRONT OFFICE Michael Jordan

FRONT OFFICE

Chairman

BBALL OPS

An NBA legend, Michael Jordan was inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in September 2009. As a player, Jordan virtually rewrote the record book. He played 13 seasons for the Chicago Bulls, leading the league in scoring a record 10 times. His 30.1 points per game average is the highest in NBA history and, with 32,292 points, he ranks third on the all-time scoring list. Jordan led the Chicago Bulls to six NBA Championship titles and was named NBA Finals MVP during each of those series. A fivetime regular season MVP, in 1991 and 1992, he became the only player to win back-to-back regular season and Finals MVP awards.

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In March 2010, Jordan became the majority owner of the Charlotte Bobcats, after four years as part of the team’s ownership group and its Managing Member of Basketball Operations. Jordan is the first former player to become the majority owner of an NBA franchise.

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Jordan burst onto the national stage as a freshman at the University of North Carolina, leading his team to the NCAA Championship with a dramatic game-winning shot. Following a stellar college career during which he was a two-time College Player of the Year and first team All-America, Jordan was chosen with the third pick of the 1984 NBA Draft. Jordan is a two-time Olympic Gold Medal winner, most famously as a member of the 1992’s “Dream Team.” After a brief stint as an owner and executive with the Washington Wizards in 2000-01, Jordan returned to the court as a player for the team for the 2001-02 and 2002-03 seasons before retiring.

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RECORDS

Off the court, Michael Jordan has also proven to be a successful businessman. Since its creation, his Jordan Brand (a division of NIKE) has been an innovator of athletic shoes and apparel. The Jordan Brand has grown to become a market leader under Jordan’s creative design input. As one of the world’s most popular and recognizable figures, Jordan’s endorsement portfolio includes Gatorade, Upper Deck and Hanes, among others. In 2004, Jordan formed Michael Jordan Motorsports as a result of his passion for motorcycle racing. Among Jordan’s other Jordan’s business ventures are several thriving restaurants. Jordan serves as the Make-A-Wish Foundation’s Chief Wish Ambassador and supports many other charitable causes including the James R. Jordan Boys and Girls Club in Chicago and the Jordan Institute for Families at the University of North Carolina, among others. His annual Michael Jordan Celebrity Invitational golf tournament has raised almost $7 million for several worthy charities since its inception.

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HISTORY

Jordan and his wife, Yvette, were married in April 2013.

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FRONT OFFICE ownership group FRONT OFFICE

Kendall Alley

Lynn Beck Simonini

Charles Bowman

Carlos Evans

Cornell “Nelly” Haynes Jr.

Bob Johnson

Howard Levine

Hugh McColl Jr.

Felix Sabates

Nelson Schwab III

Jeffrey Shames

Henry Shaw

Anderson Warlick

Bob Washington

Spurgeon Webber III

PSIG

Wells Fargo

Bank of America

BBALL OPS

Claude Alexander

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Not Pictured: Christopher Davis MISC.

Ed Weisiger

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FRONT OFFICE Curtis J. Polk

FRONT OFFICE

Vice Chairman & Alternate Governor

BBALL OPS

Curtis Polk is the Vice Chairman of the Charlotte Bobcats. In addition, he manages the financial and business affairs of Michael Jordan and his related companies. Prior to working exclusively for Jordan in 2001, he was an Executive Vice President of SFX Sports and was President of its related financial services affiliate SFX Financial Advisory Management Enterprises. He founded Falk Associates Management Enterprises (FAME) with David Falk in 1992. In May 1998, FAME merged with SFX Entertainment, the country’s leading producer, promoter and presenter of live entertainment events. Polk was involved in the integration and consolidation of all the sports properties under the SFX Entertainment umbrella into a single business entity.

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During the summer of 1996, Polk negotiated four of the five highest contracts in NBA history. He negotiated Alonzo Mourning’s $105 million contract with the Miami Heat and Dikembe Mutombo’s $56 million contract with the Atlanta Hawks. Polk was the key player in asserting Juwan Howard’s rights during the contract dispute between the NBA and the Miami Heat; he subsequently negotiated Howard’s $105 million deal with the Washington Bullets. He assisted David Falk in negotiating Jordan’s record-setting contracts in 1996 and 1997. Polk served as Co-Producer of Space Jam, starring Jordan and the Looney Tunes. Space Jam, Warner Bros. first full-length film featuring the Looney Tunes, grossed a record-setting $29.3 million during its opening weekend. Polk also was an Executive Producer of Michael Jordan to the Max, an IMAX format movie released in May 2000.

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A 1981 graduate of the University of Maryland, Polk earned his law degree at the National Law Center at George Washington University in 1988 and served on the Center’s Law Review. Polk was named to the Sporting News’ “100 Most Powerful People in Sports” list in 1997 and 1998. He was also selected to the Sports Business Journal’s “40 Under 40” in 1999. The 53-year-old Polk began his career as a Certified Public Accountant for Touche Ross and Co. in Washington, DC in 1983.

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HISTORY

PLAYOFFS

Polk and his wife, Amanda, are involved in many Washington charities including Johns Hopkins affiliate, Suburban Hospital, Kids Enjoy Exercise Now (KEEN) and DC Humane Society.

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Estee Portnoy Office of the Chairman

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Tina Parker Executive Assistant


FRONT OFFICE Fred A. Whitfield

FRONT OFFICE

President, Chief Operating Officer & Alternate Governor A talented sports executive with experience as a player, coach, agent, sports marketer and basketball operations administrator, Fred Whitfield was named President & Chief Operating Officer of Bobcats Sports & Entertainment in July 2006. In this role, Whitfield oversees all business operations for the Charlotte Bobcats and Time Warner Cable Arena.

BBALL OPS

Since coming to Charlotte, Whitfield has overseen the most dramatic growth in both franchise and arena history. From simultaneously signing an arena naming rights deal with Time Warner Cable and a television broadcast rights deal with Fox Sports, to doubling the number of corporate partners and launching the Cats Care community initiative with the largest donation ever made to Charlotte Mecklenburg Schools by a professional sports franchise, Whitfield has presided over a significant increase in every business metric the company keeps. He is also responsible for positioning Time Warner Cable Arena as the premiere destination for sports and entertainment in the Carolinas, attracting the CIAA, ACC and NCAA Tournaments, global concert tours like Paul McCartney, who made Charlotte one of just 11 stops in North America, and the 2012 Democratic National Convention.

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A native of Greensboro, North Carolina, Whitfield brings a portfolio that includes the Jordan Brand, a division of Nike, Inc.; the Washington Wizards; Nike Basketball; Falk Associates Management Enterprises (F.A.M.E.); and a private law practice.

RECORDS

Before joining the Bobcats, Whitfield most recently served as Director of Business and Legal Affairs for Jordan Brand, where he managed endorsements and sports marketing strategy. Jordan Brand’s clients include some of the top athletes in professional sports, including Ray Allen, Carmelo Anthony, Derek Jeter, Joe Johnson, Chris Paul and Dwyane Wade. From 2000-03, Whitfield served as Director of Player Personnel and Assistant Legal Counsel for the Washington Wizards. While there, he was responsible for the team’s salary cap administration, contractual issues and player scouting. He is widely credited with facilitating the methods to correct the team’s troubled salary cap situation, enabling that franchise to rebuild through trades and free agency.

PLAYOFFS

Whitfield served as Director of Player Development for Nike Basketball prior to joining the Wizards. At Nike Basketball, he was responsible for scouting new potential endorsers, negotiating endorsement contracts and overseeing business relationships for more than 150 NBA players. His career in sports began as a player agent representing professional athletes with F.A.M.E. as Director of the Carolinas Region, based in Greensboro. Before joining F.A.M.E., Whitfield established and managed a successful law practice in Greensboro.

HISTORY

A graduate of Campbell University, Whitfield was an all-south, team MVP and captain basketball player and was inducted into the school’s Sports Hall of Fame in 1995. He earned a BBA degree in economics and then completed his MBA at Campbell in marketing while serving as assistant basketball coach for the Camels. From there, he earned a Juris Doctorate degree from North Carolina Central University School of Law where he served as Student Bar Association President.

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Whitfield also formed HoopTee Charities, Inc, a North Carolina based non-profit corporation whose mission is to provide scholarships for disadvantaged youngsters to attend camps and other educational youth based programs throughout the Carolinas. In addition, for the past 29 years he has run the Achievements Unlimited Basketball School in Greensboro and Charlotte serving more than 9,000 kids, including many who attend on need-based scholarships. He serves on the Board of Directors of the Charlotte Chamber of Commerce, Charlotte Sports Foundation and Charlotte Center City Partners. In recent years, Whitfield has received the prestigious Thurgood Marshall Award of Excellence (2011) and YMCA George Williams Award (Volunteer of the Year 2012).

MISC.

Whitfield and his wife Mary reside in Charlotte.

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FRONT OFFICE Pete Guelli

HISTORY

PLAYOFFS

RECORDS

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Executive Vice President and Chief Sales & Marketing Officer Pete Guelli is in his fifth season with Bobcats Sports & Entertainment after being named Executive Vice President and Chief Sales & Marketing Officer in April 2009. Guelli, who is responsible for all revenue generation, marketing and communications functions for the organization, oversees the ticket sales and services, box office operations, corporate partnerships, marketing and advertising, merchandising, broadcasting, public relations and community relations departments. He also serves as the president of the team’s charitable arm, the Cats Care Foundation. Guelli has more than 20 years of sales and marketing experience, including 11 years with the NFL’s Buffalo Bills. He initially joined the Bills in July 1999 as Senior Manager of Rochester Operations and was promoted to Executive Director in 2003 and Vice President in 2006 before being named Senior Vice President of Business Ventures in 2008. While with the Bills, Guelli developed the business plan surrounding the relocation of the team’s training camp to Rochester in 2000 and spearheaded the development and execution of the team’s business model in Toronto, which included a joint venture with Rogers Communications to play eight games over five seasons in Toronto. In addition to overseeing the regionalization of the club’s business strategies, Guelli was also responsible for business-to-business sales operations, including sponsorships, advertising and luxury suites, as well as the sales of team-controlled inventory for television, radio and Internet. Guelli began his career with Giltspur Inc., a division of the fortune 500 Viad Corp. A native of Rochester and a graduate of SUNY Brockport, Guelli and his wife, Patty, reside in South Charlotte and have two sons, Gunner and Grayson.

Seth Bennett

Senior Vice President of Marketing, Entertainment & Interactive Media Seth Bennett is in his eighth season with Bobcats Sports & Entertainment, where he serves as the organization’s Senior Vice President of Marketing, Entertainment & Interactive Media. In this role, he is responsible for departments including marketing and advertising, event and game presentation, interactive media, creative services, communications, radio and television broadcasting and the team store. Since joining the Bobcats in September 2006, Bennett has overseen several major initiatives, such as the move from Time Warner Cable to Fox Sports for TV game broadcasts, a brand refresh in 2012 that included changing the team’s color scheme, the increased regionalization of the club’s preseason games and the revamping of the organization’s game day presentation to a more family friendly experience. In addition, he presided over the redesign of the team store, as well as the introduction of exclusive Jordan Brand Bobcats apparel into the store’s inventory. Bennett has more than 25 years of experience in a variety of areas across sports and entertainment. As owner and founding principal of The Event Authority, he produced over 400 live events for various college and high school athletic programs and entertainment entities. That list includes nine HBCU Football Classics, the Jordan Brand Classic high school basketball all-star game and the HoopTee Celebrity Golf Classic, as well as the corporate entertainment for the PGA Tour FBR Open in Phoenix. He also spent eight years working in intercollegiate athletics. Bennett serves on the Cats Care Foundation Advisory Board and the Board of Advisors for the Frank Hawkins Kenan Institute of Private Enterprise at the University of North Carolina. In his spare time, he is an avid golfer and volunteers his time in support of local youth sports programs.

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Bennett earned his bachelor’s degree in public relations in 1993 from North Carolina A&T State University, where he played football for the Aggies. He and his wife, Michelle, have one son, Seth Michael.

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FRONT OFFICE Flavil Hampsten

FRONT OFFICE

Senior Vice President of Partnership Marketing & Ticketing

BBALL OPS

Flavil Hampsten is in his fourth year with Bobcats Sports & Entertainment, serving as the team’s Senior Vice President of Partnership Marketing & Ticketing. He initially joined the organization in June 2010 as Vice President of Ticket Sales & Database Marketing and added oversight of the partnership marketing department in December 2012. In this role, Hampsten is responsible for overseeing the team’s sales and services staffs in the areas of season tickets, group tickets, premium and luxury tickets and corporate partnerships, as well as managing the team’s CRM system and direct-to-consumer database marketing programs. Prior to joining the Bobcats, Hampsten served as a Director of Team Marketing & Business Operations at the NBA office, where he was responsible for analyzing the business operations and identifying areas of strengths and opportunities for a select number of NBA, WNBA and NBA D-League teams. In doing this, he was able to provide assistance in maximizing all areas of the business, including ticket sales and retention.

A graduate of Mount Union College, he also earned an MBA in marketing from Arizona State University. Hampsten currently resides in Charlotte with his wife Ashlee, his four-year-old daughter Brooklyn and son CJ, who was born in February 2012.

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Hampsten has also served as the Vice President of Sales & Service for the Phoenix Coyotes and Jobing.com Arena. During his tenure with the Coyotes, he oversaw a department that set every franchise record in ticket sales including season tickets, renewal rates, luxury suites, group tickets and individual tickets sold.

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Donna Julian

Senior Vice President of Arena & Event Operations/General Manager

RECORDS

Donna P. Julian is the Senior Vice President of Arena & Event Operations for Bobcats Sports & Entertainment and the General Manager of Time Warner Cable Arena. Julian, who joined the organization on February 1, 2005, serves as the lead executive for all aspects of the day-to-day operations of the arena, including oversight of the arena’s master calendar, booking, budgeting and administration. She directs and oversees the preparation, production and execution of all arena events, as well as the booking of ancillary spaces within the arena. Julian also manages staff in departments including event administration, guest services and event staffing, public safety, arena operations and arena administration.

Julian received her bachelor’s degree in athletics administration from Ohio University, where she was a four-year letter winner and co-captain of the tennis team as a senior. She and her husband, David, have two sons, Griffin and Donovan.

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Prior to joining Bobcats Sports & Entertainment, Julian spent 15 years as General Manager of 1st Mariner Arena in Baltimore. She assumed management of 1st Mariner Arena after serving in a number of roles in sales, marketing and event administration for Centre Management, the operating company for the Capital Centre (later USAir Arena), home of the Washington Bullets and Washington Capitals. In 2002, she was named to the Baltimore Business Journal’s Top 40 Under 40 list, honoring her achievements as a leading Baltimore executive.

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FRONT OFFICE Dave Beck

Vice President of Partnership Marketing Dave Beck joined Bobcats Sports & Entertainment as Vice President of Partnership Marketing in May 2013. Beck is responsible for generating revenue growth for the organization and marketing success for its corporate sponsors, as well as overseeing the department responsible for both new partnership sales and current partnership services. Beck came to the Bobcats from the Chicago Fire of Major League Soccer, where he most recently served as Vice President of Corporate Partnerships. Under Beck’s leadership, the Fire’s corporate partnerships department was recognized as Major League Soccer’s 2012 Corporate Partnership Team of the Year after launching the second jersey partnership in club history with Quaker Oats. In addition, the Fire garnered industry-wide recognition for creative sports marketing programs, including the team’s Integrated Marketing Approach (IMA) model that delivers sponsorship growth and engagement across multiple platforms. Beck’s 16-year career has also included executive positions in sales, marketing and operations at Procter & Gamble and Wrigley. As Senior Director at HAVI Global Solutions, his team managed key packaging and raw materials for all McDonald’s restaurants in North America and developed strategic relationships with leading global packaging manufacturers. Beck received his undergraduate degree in economics and government from Cornell University, where he was a member of the Big Red basketball team. He earned an MBA from Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management, with concentrations in Marketing, Management and Strategy.

Rhonda Curry

Vice President of Human Resources Rhonda Curry is in her first season with Bobcats Sports & Entertainment after joining the organization as Vice President of Human Resources in October 2013. In this role, she oversees the department responsible for employee relations, recruiting, compensation, benefits, payroll and the internship program, as well as helping to define the company’s human resources policies and procedures and company culture. Curry brings over 16 years of experience in consumer product and service organizations to the organization. She most recently served as Director of Human Relations with Bimbo Bakeries USA, joining that company in November 2011 when it acquired Sara Lee. Curry, who had been with Sara Lee as Director of Human Resources since November 2007, played an integral role in the transition of Sara Lee’s employees following the acquisition. Prior to joining Sara Lee, Curry spent eight years with Pepsi Bottling Group. After starting with the company as Manager of Human Resources in 2000, she was promoted to Senior Manager of Diversity & Staffing in 2002 and later to Senior Manager of Human Resources in 2005. Curry is a 1996 graduate of Ohio University with bachelor’s degrees in management and organizational communication. She earned a master’s in human resource management from Widener University in 2003.

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Vice President of Community Relations and Executive Director of the Cats Care Foundation Kim Henderson is in her second season with Bobcats Sports & Entertainment as Vice President of Community Relations and Executive Director of the Cats Care Foundation. She oversees the organization’s social responsibility, community partnerships and philanthropic efforts. Henderson joined the organization from Presbyterian Hospital/Novant Health, where she most recently served as Senior Director of Corporate Relations & Sponsorships. In that role, Henderson built and managed Novant’s partnership with the Bobcats beginning with the team’s inaugural season in 2004. Henderson serves on the Discovery Place Board of Trustees, Allegro Foundation Board of Directors, American Heart Association Go Red Executive Team, Autism Speaks Board of Directors, Johnson C. Smith University Board of Visitors and is a member of Women Executives. She has also served on the boards of directors for the Arts and Science Council, United Way of the Central Carolinas and WTVI. A graduate of Western Michigan University, Henderson earned her MBA from Queens University of Charlotte, completed the Harvard Business School Program for Management Development and acquired her Project Management certificate from the University of North Carolina Charlotte. She also received the Charlotte Business Women of the Year Fellowship in 2011. Henderson is married to Patrick McLoughlin and has a daughter, Evelyn Megan.

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FRONT OFFICE Marlene Hendricks

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Vice President of Guest Services & Event Staffing Marlene Hendricks is in her ninth year as the Vice President of Guest Services & Event Staffing for Bobcats Sports & Entertainment and Time Warner Cable Arena. Hendricks, who has over 16 years of management experience in various cross-functional areas of facility operations, human resources and training skills, is responsible for managing over 300 part-time employees, as well as overseeing all event staff operations and employee relations issues.

Prior to joining Bobcats Sports & Entertainment, Hendricks spent six years at The Heat Group, the parent company of the Miami Heat and AmericanAirlines Arena, as a Director of Training & Development and Director of Guest Services. Her work experience also included stints with Kemper National Services, Pro Player Stadium and Norwegian Cruise Lines in various human resources roles.

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Hendricks received her bachelor’s degree in hospitality management and human resources certification from Florida International University. She has a daughter, Brittany, who is a senior at the University of North Carolina majoring in journalism and communications.

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Hendricks used her formal training with the Ritz-Carlton Leadership Center to create and develop a guest services philosophy called the “WOW Experience,” which is designed to provide every guest with a memorable experience by greeting them with a smile, offering assistance and delivering exceptional customer service during all events at Time Warner Cable Arena.

Joe Pierce

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Vice President & General Counsel Joe Pierce is in his first season as Bobcats Sports & Entertainment’s Vice President & General Counsel after joining the organization in October 2013. As the company’s lead attorney, he is responsible for providing legal counsel and advice to its various departments, in addition to handling the organization’s risk management functions, including insurance and litigation matters. He also oversees the negotiating, drafting and reviewing of many of the company’s legal agreements in areas throughout the scope of its business.

Pierce is a 1991 graduate of Georgetown University, where he received a bachelor’s in business administration and was captain of the track & field team. He earned dual Juris Doctor and MBA degrees in 1998 from the University of Pennsylvania Law School and Wharton School of Business. Pierce and his wife, Kama, have three children, Marco, Julian and Jasmine.

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Pierce began his career in sports with the Jacksonville Jaguars, where he served as Associate General Counsel from 2002-05, after spending four years as a corporate lawyer at Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati in Palo Alto, California.

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Pierce joins the Bobcats from Bank of America, where he spent the last five years as Senior Vice President & Associate General Counsel for Global Marketing & Corporate Affairs. In this role, his responsibilities included acting as lead counsel in negotiating and drafting sponsorship and licensing agreements related to the company’s sponsorship of sports properties such as the NFL, Major League Baseball, the PGA Tour and NASCAR. Prior to that, Pierce spent four years as Vice President of Business & Legal Affairs for Comcast Sports Group, where he negotiated and drafted television rights agreements, affiliate distribution agreements and on-air talent contracts.

Andrew Shure

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Andrew Shure is in his ninth season with Bobcats Sports & Entertainment and his second as Vice President of Ticket Operations. Shure, who initially joined the organization in August 2005 as Ticketing Systems Manager, supervises and manages ticket operations for the Charlotte Bobcats, as well as overseeing box office operations for all events at Time Warner Cable Arena including the Bobcats, Charlotte Checkers (AHL) and approximately 150 additional shows, concerts, and sporting events each year. Shure also coordinates all parts of the Ticketmaster Architics software program that enhances the ticketing and customer service relationship. In October 2010, Shure was promoted to Senior Director of Ticket Operations after serving the three previous years as a Director in the department. In his current role, he is responsible for all inventory management and ticket production for Bobcats season tickets and for overseeing the relationship with Ticketmaster to develop marketing strategies for current and future events. Shure got his start in professional sports in the New York Mets ticket office in August 1999, serving as Computer Operations Coordinator from 1999-2004 and then Manager of Ticket Operations from 2004-05.

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A 1992 graduate of Boston University, Shure earned his bachelor’s degree in mathematics before earning his Juris Doctor degree in 1996 from Northeastern University School of Law. He and his wife, Susan, have two children, Alexa and Ian.

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Dan Bain Manager, Arena Events & Operations

Kevin Baker Director, Technical Operations

Tim Barabas Senior Account Executive, Group Sales

Will Bardaglio Inside Sales Consultant

Valentina Barton Coordinator, Marketing

Julie Brezinsky Inside Sales Consultant

Chris Brown Account Manager, Season Ticket Services

Shane Brown Inside Sales Consultant

Ronnie Bryant Director, Information Technology

Kyla Canada Account Executive, Season Ticket Sales

Sarah Cardon Account Manager, Season Ticket Services

Ron Chase Manager, Marketing

Andrew Chisholm Manager, Event Services

Brittany Christian Account Executive, Season Ticket Sales

Elizabeth Clagon Sr. Director, Corporate Social Responsibility

Bob Clark Manager, Warehouse

Charles Cobb Public Safety Officer

Brienne Cole Manager, Ticket Operations

Jim Collins Inside Sales Consultant

Kristi Cornuet Account Executive, Premium Sales

Tina Courtney Manager, Sales & Marketing Operations

Dave Cromar Director, Retail

Derrick Crump Account Manager, Season Ticket Services

Arthur Dandridge Information Technology Administrator

Anthony Datcher Director, Public Safety & Special Projects

Wade Davenport Account Manager, Season Ticket Services

Aaron Dewey Graphic Designer

Stacey Dillard Manger, Payroll

Cara Dolan Account Executive, Group Sales

Jim Dunlevy Senior Director, Finance

Jeff Eldridge Inside Sales Consultant

Erik Ernst Inside Sales Consultant

Jennifer Fannin Receptionist

Travis Ferguson Sr. Manager, Financial Analysis & Budgeting

Seth Firquin Manager, Partnership Marketing

Dan Fitzsimmons Senior Director, Partnership Sales

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Ansel Gardiner Accounting Manager

Jeff Gibbons Account Executive, Group Sales

Glenn Grabski Director, Arena Booking

Eryn Gradwell Coordinator, Social Media

Lewis Hagerman Manager, Retail Operations

Steve Hardican Graphic Designer

Jill Heuer Account Manager, Partnership Services

Jasamine Hill Inside Sales Consultant

Shawn Holden Senior Manager, Arena Events & Operations

Kate Hussmann Coordinator, Community Partnership

Lyndsey Hutchens Inside Sales Consultant

Ed Ibarguen Assistant, Grassroots Marketing

Marc Jackson Sr. Director, Premium & Season Ticket Sales

Sporty Jeralds Special Advisor, Ticket for Kids Program

Katie Jones Account Manager, Premium Services

Zach Kaytes Inside Sales Consultant

Kyle Kebert Associate Producer

Mark Kent Account Executive, Partnership Sales

Josh Kramer Senior Director, Marketing

Ann Kunak Senior Manager, Administration

Jennifer Kushner Account Executive, Group Sales

Emily Ladd Manager, Event Presentation

Trista Langdon Director, Arena Events & Operations

Ed Lewis Vice President

Drew Littleton Account Executive, Season Ticket Sales

Joe Mancuso Account Executive, Season Ticket Sales

Jackie Mannon Coordinator, Human Resources

Hannah McNeill Account Manager, Partnership Services

Ashley Mulready Graphic Designer

Kyra Nance Accounting Manager

Sean O’Connor Senior Manager, Group Sales

Ally Oelerich Project Manager, Marketing

Lindsay Owanesian Sr. Account Manager, Partnership Services

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Rich Gandolfo Account Executive, Premium Sales

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Jacob Gallagher Director, Season Ticket & Premium Services

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Kameron Florence Director, Suite Sales

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Sean Phaler Manager, Interactive Media

Graham Pitt Financial Analyst

Jordan Polk Research Manager, Partnership Marketing

Drew Praster Manager, Premium Sales

Nick Pretty Inside Sales Consultant

Dominick Principato Account Executive, Group Sales

Allison Purmort Senior Manager, Legal Affairs

Nadia Qadir Staff Accountant

Liz Ralon Rackoff Director, Marketing

Nikki Rauscher Inside Sales Consultant

Joe Reinhardt Manager, Arena Events Security

Aubrey Resech Manager, Digital Marketing

Colin Riley Account Executive, Premium Sales

Cedric Roberts Manager, Season Ticket Services

Seth Roberts Manager, Organizational Group Sales

Matt Rochinski Director, Interactive Media

Drew Sandora Inside Sales Consultant

Samantha Santucci Inside Sales Consultant

Carl Scheer Group Sales Consultant

Kathy Schmid Sr. Graphic Designer and Animator

Justin Shively Account Executive, Season Ticket Sales

Paul Silas Special Advisor to the Chairman

Jason Simon Director, Event Presentation

Emily Spiegel Account Executive, Season Ticket Sales

Dave Stogdill Coordinator, Special Appearances

Mike Tanda Sr. Director of Ticketing, Arena Events

Kyle Trenthem Coordinator, Ticket Operations

Justin Van Kleeck Account Executive, Season Ticket Sales

Angela Vonwergers Guest Services Representative

Bernie Washington Director, Community Investment

Alan Wheeling Sr. Account Manager, Premium Services

Amanda Wilson Coordinator, Partnership Marketing

Kevin York Account Executive, Season Ticket Sales

Chris Zeppenfeld Director, Database Marketing

James Ziegelbauer Associate Producer

Chris Ziegler Director, Partnership Services

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Rod Higgins

President of Basketball Operations Rod Higgins was promoted to President of Basketball Operations on June 14, 2011, after four successful seasons as General Manager that included the first playoff appearance in Bobcats history. Higgins, who initially joined the Bobcats as General Manager on May 31, 2007, has more than 30 years of NBA experience as a player, coach and front office executive to Charlotte. Higgins manages and oversees all player personnel matters, including professional and collegiate scouting, draft preparations, training camp, preseason scheduling and the team’s athletic training, equipment and conditioning programs. Before joining the Bobcats, Higgins spent three seasons as General Manager of the Golden State Warriors, which included the 2006-07 season when the team made the playoffs for the first time in 13 years and upset the top-seeded Dallas Mavericks in the first round. Prior to that, he spent three seasons as Assistant General Manager for the Washington Wizards, where he worked with Bobcats Chairman Michael Jordan, his one-time teammate with the Bulls. His responsibilities there included collaborating on all basketball decisions, including transactions and trades, and working with player personnel and scouting. Before moving to the front office with the Wizards, Higgins was an assistant coach from 1994-2000 with the Warriors. In 13 seasons as an NBA player, Higgins averaged 9.0 points, 3.6 rebounds and 1.6 assists in 779 games spread between Golden State, Chicago, Seattle, San Antonio, New Jersey, Sacramento and Cleveland. Originally selected by the Bulls in the second round of the 1982 NBA Draft, Higgins appeared in 33 playoff games, averaging 7.9 points, 3.4 rebounds and 1.7 assists. He spent seven seasons with the Warriors, including playing the first five games of the 1994-95 campaign for the team before moving to the bench as an assistant coach on November 19, 1994. Higgins still ranks among the Warriors all-time leaders in free throw percentage (seventh), three-point field goals (eighth) and three-point field goal attempts (ninth), as well as among the franchise playoff leaders in three-point field goal attempts (fifth), three-point field goals (tied for sixth), free throw percentage (seventh), blocked shots (eighth) and steals (tenth). Higgins played four years at Fresno State University (1978-82), where he led the Bulldogs in scoring in each of his last three seasons and guided the team to two PCAA Championships. A First Team All-Conference selection as both a junior and senior, he earned Honorable Mention All-America honors from both the Associated Press and The Sporting News as a senior. Higgins and his wife, Concetta, have two sons, Roderick II and Courdon.

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Rich Cho General Manager Rich Cho is in his third season as General Manager after joining the Bobcats on June 14, 2011. As General Manager, Cho collaborates with Bobcats President of Basketball Operations Rod Higgins in areas including player acquisitions, salary cap management and compliance with league rules and the collective bargaining agreement.

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A native of Burma who immigrated to the United States with his family in 1968 when he was three years old, Cho became the first Asian-American general manager in American major league sports when he served as General Manager of the Portland Trail Blazers in 2010-11.

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Prior to his stint in Portland, Cho spent the previous 10 seasons as Assistant General Manager of the Seattle SuperSonics/Oklahoma City Thunder. Cho entered the NBA as an intern with the SuperSonics in 1995 while earning a law degree from Pepperdine University School of Law. After serving as a part-time consultant for the SuperSonics in 1997, Cho was hired as the team’s Director of Basketball Affairs in 1998 before being promoted to Assistant General Manager in 2000. A member of the Washington State Bar, Cho also served as Vice President of Legal for the SuperSonics from 2005-07 in addition to his duties as Assistant GM. In that role, he was responsible for all legal work involved with sponsorship agreements, licensing issues, employment contracts and immigration issues. Following the team’s move to Oklahoma City, Cho also oversaw the Thunder’s D-League affiliate, the Tulsa 66ers, and their run to the championship game in 2009-10.

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Cho earned an engineering degree from Washington State University and worked as an engineer at Boeing in Seattle from 1989-94 before leaving to enroll at Pepperdine University School of Law in order to pursue his passion in professional sports. His law degree from Pepperdine includes an emphasis in sports law, contract negotiations and dispute resolution. During his internship with the SuperSonics, Cho, along with two Microsoft programmers, helped design and implement one of the NBA’s most advanced and comprehensive college and professional playerevaluation systems that integrates player statistics, scouting information and contract details.

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An avid explorer of restaurants and cuisine, Cho enjoys staying active by playing basketball, tennis, ping-pong and softball in his spare time. During the 2013 NBA Summer League in Las Vegas, he was the champion of the NBA Summer League Table Tennis Challenge Benefiting Hoops for St. Jude. Cho and his wife, Julie, have two daughters, Miranda and Annika.

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Steve Clifford Head Coach

Steve Clifford was named head coach of the Charlotte Bobcats on May 29, 2013, becoming the sixth head coach in franchise history. Clifford brings 28 years of coaching experience at the NBA and collegiate level to Charlotte, including spending the previous 13 seasons as an assistant coach for the New York Knicks, Houston Rockets, Orlando Magic and Los Angeles Lakers. Clifford joins the Bobcats after spending the 2012-13 season as an assistant coach for the Lakers, first under Mike Brown and then under Mike D’Antoni. Prior to the Lakers, Clifford spent five seasons as an assistant coach with the Magic from 2007-12. As a member of Stan Van Gundy’s staff, he helped the Magic to a 259-135 record (.657) and five straight playoff appearances, including a trip to the 2009 NBA Finals. The team won 50 games or more in four straight seasons from 2007-11, winning three consecutive Southeast Division titles (2007-08, 2008-09 and 2009-10). Before going to Orlando, Clifford spent four seasons as an assistant coach under Jeff Van Gundy with the Rockets from 2003-07. He began his NBA career with the Knicks, serving as the team’s advance scout in 2000-01 before moving to the bench as an assistant coach from 2001-03. Prior to the NBA, Clifford spent 15 years coaching at the collegiate level, including four years as head coach at Adelphi University in Garden City, New York. Clifford posted a record of 86-36 (.705) at Adelphi, leading the school to four straight 20-win seasons and four straight appearances in the NCAA Division II Tournament. His winning percentage remains the second best of the 12 head coaches in the program’s 65-year history. Clifford began his college coaching career at St. Anselm College in New Hampshire, where he spent four seasons as an assistant coach. He then served as an assistant coach for one year at Fairfield University, four seasons at Boston University and one season at Siena University before becoming the head coach at Adelphi from 1995-99. Clifford also spent one season as an assistant coach at East Carolina University in 1999-2000 before moving to the NBA. Clifford’s first coaching experience came at Woodland High School in Maine, where he coached for two seasons after graduating from the University of Maine at Farmington with a degree in special education. He played four years for the Beavers, being named Best Defensive Player in his final two seasons while serving as team captain.

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BASKETBALL OPERATIONS Patrick Ewing

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Associate Head Coach

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A member of the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame as a player, Patrick Ewing is in his first season with the Bobcats as Associate Head Coach. Ewing brings nine years of experience as an NBA assistant coach to Charlotte, having previously served as an assistant with the Washington Wizards (2002-03), Houston Rockets (2003-06) and Orlando Magic (2007-12). Ewing worked alongside Bobcats Head Coach Steve Clifford in both Houston and Orlando. As assistant coaches on Stan Van Gundy’s staff, they helped the Magic to a 259-135 record (.657) and five straight playoff appearances, including a trip to the 2009 NBA Finals. The first overall pick in the 1985 NBA Draft, Ewing played in 1,183 games during a 17-year career that included 15 seasons with the New York Knicks and one season each with the Seattle SuperSonics and Orlando Magic. He averaged 21.0 points, 9.8 rebounds, 2.5 blocked shots and 1.9 assists in 34.3 minutes. Ewing also appeared in 139 playoff contests, averaging 20.2 points, 10.3 rebounds, 2.2 blocks and 2.0 assists in 37.5 minutes. In 1996, he was named one of the 50 Greatest Players in NBA History.

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After being named 1985-86 NBA Rookie of the Year, Ewing went on to play in 11 NBA All-Star Games, including 10 consecutive appearances from 1988 through 1997. He was named First Team All-NBA in 1989-90 and Second Team All-NBA six times (1987-88, 1988-89, 1990-91, 1991-92, 1992-93 and 1996-97). Ewing also earned NBA All-Defensive Second Team honors three times (1987-88, 1988-89 and 1996-97) and captured two Olympic gold medals as a member of the U.S. men’s national team (1984, 1992).

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Ewing enters the 2013-14 season ranked sixth in NBA history in career blocked shots (2,894), ninth in defensive rebounds (8,855) and 18th in scoring (24,815). He also ranks among the NBA’s career leaders in field goals (9,702, 13th), field goal attempts (19,241, 16th), free throws (5,392, 23rd), free throw attempts (7,289, 23rd), total rebounds (11,606, 24th), minutes played (40,594, 24th), offensive rebounds (2,751, 32nd) and games played (1,183, T-34th).

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Prior to the NBA, Ewing played four seasons at Georgetown University, where the Hoyas amassed a 121-23 record and reached the finals of the NCAA Tournament three times, winning the 1984 National Championship. He was named First Team AP All-America in each of his last three seasons and earned AP and Naismith Player of the Year honors as a senior in 1984-85. Ewing is the proud father of five children.

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BASKETBALL OPERATIONS Bob Beyer

Assistant Coach Bob Beyer is in his first season as an assistant coach for the Bobcats, bringing over 27 years of coaching experience at the NBA and collegiate levels to Charlotte. In 2012-13, Beyer served as an assistant coach with the Golden State Warriors, helping the team to the Western Conference Semifinals in its first playoff appearance since 2006-07. Prior to that, he spent five seasons alongside Bobcats Head Coach Steve Clifford and Associate Head Coach Patrick Ewing as assistant coaches with the Orlando Magic from 2007-12. During their tenure on Stan Van Gundy’s staff, the Magic compiled a 259-135 record (.657), winning at least 50 games in four consecutive seasons from 2007-11. The team earned three straight Southeast Division titles and went to the playoffs in each of their five seasons, winning the 2009 Eastern Conference Championship en route to a berth in the NBA Finals. Beyer initially entered the NBA with the Toronto Raptors, where he served as an assistant coach in 2003-04 and as the team’s advance scout in 2004-05. Prior to that, he spent two seasons as an assistant coach at Texas Tech University under the legendary Bob Knight from 2001-03. Beyer also served as head coach at Siena College from 1994-97. His college coaching experience also includes stints as an assistant coach at the University of Albany (1985-89), Siena (1989-93), the University of Wisconsin (1994-97), Northwestern University (1997-2000) and the University of Dayton (2005-07). Beyer graduated from Alfred University in 1983 with a bachelor’s degree in history and minors in coaching, writing and secondary education. He earned his master’s degree in curriculum planning and development while coaching at Albany.

Stephen Silas

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Currently in his 13th season as an NBA assistant coach and fourth with the Bobcats, Stephen Silas joined the team’s coaching staff on December 26, 2010. Silas came to Charlotte after spending the previous four and a half seasons as an assistant coach for the Golden State Warriors. Prior to joining the Warriors, Silas served as an advance scout for the Washington Wizards during the 2005-06 season. In addition to a season and a half with the Bobcats (2010-12), Silas also spent five seasons as an assistant coach under his father, Paul Silas, with the Charlotte/New Orleans Hornets (2000-03) and Cleveland Cavaliers (2003-05). At the time of his hiring as an assistant with the Hornets on June 5, 2000, he was the youngest assistant in the NBA at the age of 27. Silas originally joined the Hornets in the summer of 1999 as an advance and college scout, scouting nearly 200 NBA and college games in that role. Silas has also served as a Summer League head coach for the Hornets (2002), Cavaliers (2003) and Warriors (2010). In addition to his work with NBA teams, Silas coached at the 2003 and 2007 NBA Pre-Draft camps and the 2011 adidas EuroCamp in Treviso, Italy. Internationally, Silas has worked at camps and clinics across the globe to help promote the game of basketball and the NBA in locations including Germany, South Africa and South Korea. The Boston native graduated from Brown University in 1996, where he earned bachelor’s degrees in sociology and management and played four seasons for the Bears basketball team. Upon graduation, Silas spent three years as the assistant executive director of the National Basketball Retired Players Association in Providence, Rhode Island.

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Silas and his wife, Keryl, were married in 2002 and have two daughters, Kyler Elyse and Kaelyn.

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BASKETBALL OPERATIONS Bob Weiss

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Assistant Coach Bob Weiss is in his first season as an assistant coach with the Bobcats. He brings 32 years of coaching experience to Charlotte, including 29 at the NBA level.

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Weiss, who spent last season as an assistant coach with the Atlanta Hawks, has been a head coach on four occasions, compiling a 223-299 career record (.427) with the San Antonio Spurs (1986-88), Atlanta Hawks (1990-93), Los Angeles Clippers (1993-94) and Seattle SuperSonics (2005-06). Along with last season in Atlanta, his tenure as an assistant coach includes stops with the San Diego Clippers (1977-80), Dallas Mavericks (1980-86), Orlando Magic (1989-90) and SuperSonics (1994-2005). In 2008, Weiss became the first former NBA head coach to be a head coach in China, where he spent two seasons leading the Shanxi Zhongyu Brave Dragons (2008-10) and one season with the Shandong Lions (2010-11). His experiences were chronicled in the book, “Brave Dragons: A Chinese Basketball Team, an American Coach and Two Cultures Clashing,” by Pulitzer Prize-winning author Jim Yardley.

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Prior to coaching, Weiss played 12 seasons in the NBA. The 22nd overall pick in the 1965 NBA Draft, he averaged 7.6 points, 3.7 assists and 1.8 rebounds in 783 career games for the Philadelphia 76ers, Seattle SuperSonics, Milwaukee Bucks, Chicago Bulls, Buffalo Braves and Washington Bullets. Weiss also saw action in 53 playoff games, including winning the 1967 NBA Championship with the 76ers.

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Weiss earned a bachelor’s degree in physical education from Penn State, where he was named Honorable Mention AP All-America as a senior in 1965. He and his wife, Tracy, have two children, Stuart and Grace. He also has two older daughters, Jessica and Angela.

Mark Price

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Four-time NBA All-Star Mark Price is in his first season as an assistant coach with the Bobcats. He brings five years of NBA coaching experience, having previously served as a player development coach for the Orlando Magic in 2011-12 and a shooting coach for the Memphis Grizzlies (2007-08), Atlanta Hawks (2008-10) and Golden State Warriors (2010-11). In Orlando, the 12-year NBA veteran worked alongside Bobcats Head Coach Steve Clifford on the coaching staff of Stan Van Gundy.

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One of the greatest shooters in NBA history, Price enters the 2013-14 season ranked second among the league’s career leaders in free throw percentage (.904) and 29th in three-point percentage (.402). He is also the NBA’s all-time leader in playoff free throw percentage (.944). Price led the league in free throw percentage three times during his career and ranked in the top 10 in four additional seasons. He shot better than .900 from the line in seven of his 12 seasons.

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The 25th overall pick in the 1986 NBA Draft, Price appeared in 772 regular season games for the Cleveland Cavaliers, Washington Bullets, Warriors and Magic, averaging 15.2 points, 6.7 assists, 2.6 rebounds and 1.2 steals in 29.9 minutes. Price, who played nine seasons with the Cavaliers and remains the team’s all-time leader in assists (4,206), was named First Team All-NBA in 1992-93 and Third Team All-NBA three times (1988-89, 1991-92 and 1993-94). He played in the NBA All-Star Game in each of those four seasons as well, also winning the NBA’s three-point shootout in both 1993 and 1994. Price played collegiately at Georgia Tech, where he is one of four players ever to be named either First or Second Team All-ACC in each of his four seasons. He also earned Second Team AP All-American honors in 1984-85 and Third Team AP All-American honors in 1985-86.

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Price and his wife, Laura, have four children, Brittany, Caroline, Hudson and Josh.

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Larry Jordan Director of Player Personnel Larry Jordan is in his third year with Bobcats Sports & Entertainment and his first season as Director of Player Personnel. In this role, his chief responsibilities include scouting college, NBA Development League and NBA games to identify and evaluate players, as well as providing results and analyses to assist in developing and improving the roster. Jordan spent the past two years as the organization’s Director of Special Projects, where he worked closely with various departments identifying needs and seeking replacements for under-performing models. Prior to joining Bobcats Sports & Entertainment, Jordan spent 14 years with the Upper Deck Company, where he was a Divisional Business Manager. During his tenure, he managed over 20 corporate distributors/retailers nationwide in the sport collectibles, gaming and sports memorabilia arena and generated over $100 million in revenue. Jordan also played one year with the Chicago Express during the inaugural season of the World Basketball League in 1988. Before that, he was a principal in several family-owned businesses including Flight 23 by Jordan. Jordan attended North Carolina A&T State University and is a native of Wilmington, NC. He is the father of Alexis and Justin and currently lives in Davidson, NC, with his wife, Angela.

Chris Whitney Director of Player Programs

Whitney, who was initially selected by San Antonio with the 47th overall pick in the 1993 NBA Draft, played in 579 career NBA games for San Antonio, Washington, Denver and Orlando, averaging 6.5 points, 2.8 assists and 1.4 rebounds. Eight of his 11 seasons came with the Bullets/Wizards, where he remains the team’s all-time career leader in free-throw percentage (.879) and ranks third all-time in three-point field goals (489). Whitney played collegiately at Clemson University from 1991-93, following two seasons at Lincoln Trail College in Robinson, Illinois, where he was named First Team NJCAA All-American in 1991. He is Clemson’s career leader in three-point field goals per game (2.88), while ranking second in steals per game (1.97), second in assists per game (6.10) and fifth in three-point percentage (.413). Despite playing only two seasons, Whitney ranks eighth among the school’s career leaders in three-point field goals (167) and 10th in career assists (354). He is one of just four players in school history with consecutive seasons of 80 or more three-point field goals. While playing with the Wizards, Whitney created the C-WHIT (Children with Hope in Tomorrow) Foundation to assist programs dedicated to helping children in Washington, DC, and his hometown of Hopkinsville, Kentucky. He was the runner-up for the NBA’s Sportsmanship Award in 2000-01. Whitney and his wife, Charlotta, were married on January 1, 2009.

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RECORDS

Chris Whitney is in his fourth season with the Bobcats as Director of Player Programs. In this role, the 11-year NBA veteran provides guidance to Bobcats players to help them develop life skills, both professionally and socially, and assists them in planning for life after basketball.

PLAYOFFS

12-13 REVIEW

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BBALL OPS

FRONT OFFICE

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BASKETBALL OPERATIONS Scott Howard

FRONT OFFICE

Director of Scouting Scott Howard is in his seventh season with the Bobcats as Director of Scouting. He spent the previous season as a scout with the Milwaukee Bucks, and prior to that, he spent two years with the Toronto Raptors as director of international player personnel, where he was responsible for all aspects of player personnel outside of North America and coordinated player workouts ahead of the NBA Draft. He also served as a scout for the Washington Wizards from 2000-04.

BBALL OPS

Howard also spent 17 years as a collegiate coach, including seven seasons at the University of Miami, three seasons at the University of Nebraska, and one season each at Southern Illinois, Drake and Southern California. Howard received his bachelor’s degree in physical education in 1983 from Iowa State University, where he was a two-year letterman for the basketball team. He earned his master’s degree in educational administration from the University of Iowa in 1985 while serving as a volunteer assistant and graduate assistant coach.

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Adam Filippi

Director of International Scouting

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Adam Filippi is in his third season with the Bobcats as Director of International Scouting, after spending the previous 10 years with the Lakers. Filippi, who is based in Bologna, Italy, brings 15 years of scouting experience to the Bobcats. Born in Michigan, Filippi moved to Italy when he was eight years old. Following a five-year semi-pro playing career in Italy, Filippi received his first scouting job with Fortitudo in 1997. After starting his own scouting service in Italy, he became the youngest scout in the NBA in 1999 when was hired by the New Jersey Nets. He later founded Global Vision, a Europe-based scouting service that consulted with 12 NBA teams, including the Lakers, before joining the Lakers scouting staff full-time in the summer of 2001.

RECORDS

In addition to his scouting work, Filippi has worked with over 100 NBA and top overseas players as a player development coach, instructing at clinics and camps in Europe, Africa, China and throughout the United States. In February 2011, he released his first instructional book, “Shoot Like the Pros: the Road to a Successful Shooting Technique,” which includes a forward by Jerry West. A Certified Personal Trainer and Performance Enhancement Specialist, Filippi speaks four languages: English, Italian, Spanish and French. Filippi and his wife, Gaia, have three daughters, Jade, Amber and Ally.

Todd Quinter

PLAYOFFS

Director of Pro Scouting

HISTORY

Todd Quinter is in his second season with the Bobcats as Director of Pro Scouting. Quinter, who spent the 2011-12 season as an advanced scout for the Bulls, brings more than 25 years of scouting and basketball operations experience to the Bobcats. He served with the Suns in several different roles from 1986-2011, initially joining the Suns as a video coordinator before serving as an advance scout, assistant coach, director of scouting and director of player personnel, among other positions. In 2008, Quinter served as the advance scout for the gold medal-winning U.S. Men’s Senior National Team during the Beijing Olympics. Quinter is a graduate of Lebanon Valley College in Annville, PA, where he earned a bachelor’s degree in sociology and was a two-time MVP of the men’s basketball team. He was inducted into the Lebanon Valley College Athletic Hall of Fame in 1997. Quinter was born in Nazareth, PA, home of the world famous racing Andretti family, and is a cousin of musician Glenn Frey of the Eagles. He and his wife, Kim, have four children, Adam, Jake, Olivia and Tessa.

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SCOUTING STAFF

MISC.

Anthony Gacona

Dickey Simpkins

Jim Thrash

Francis Williams

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BASKETBALL OPERATIONS Drew Perry Director of Advance Scouting Drew Perry is in his 10th season with the Bobcats and his first as Director of Advance Scouting. The team’s video coordinator for its first eight seasons, Perry added oversight of the club’s advance scouting to his video responsibilities in 2012-13. Perry manages the team’s regional scouts and does some advance scouting himself, while continuing to assist the coaching and basketball operations staffs through use of video technology and statistical data. Perry joined the Bobcats in 2004 from XOS Technologies, a company that provides video software to numerous NBA and college basketball teams. In his two-year stint with the company, it achieved a 96 percent growth in basketball client base and he successfully sold the product to teams throughout the NBA. From 1996-2002, he was the video coordinator for the Charlotte Hornets and Sting, assisting the coaching and basketball operations staffs with preparation and evaluation of players. Perry also served as director of scouting for the Sting in 1999. A 1992 graduate of Wake Forest, he earned a master’s degree from the University of Richmond. Perry and his wife, Susan, have three children, Jackson, Sallie and Andrew.

Steve Stricker

PLAYOFFS

RECORDS

12-13 REVIEW

Head Athletic Trainer Steve Stricker is in his sixth season with the Bobcats as Head Athletic Trainer, where he monitors the medical needs of the Bobcats players and also manages the team’s travel needs. Stricker brings over 20 years of experience to the Bobcats in a career that includes stops with the Washington Wizards, University of Michigan, University of Texas-Arlington and Iowa State University. Stricker began his career at his alma mater, Iowa State, where he served as both a student trainer and assistant athletic trainer while earning his bachelor’s and master’s degrees. He went on to serve as head athletic trainer at UT-Arlington from 1993-95 before moving on to Michigan, where he held the positions of assistant athletic trainer and associate supervisor of athletic medicine. In 2001, Stricker joined the Wizards, serving as the team’s athletic trainer for three seasons. Most recently he served as marketing manager for team sports at Gatorade, handling all contracted college and professional teams in the Central and Northeast regions of the United States. A recipient of the NBA Trainers Association’s Joe O’Toole NBA Athletic Trainer of the Year Award in 2010-11, Stricker is a Certified Athletic Trainer and is a member of the National Athletic Trainers Association. He and his wife, Pam, have two children, Jonathan and Samantha.

Matt Friia

HISTORY

Strength & Conditioning Coach Matt Friia is in his third season with the Bobcats as the team’s Strength & Conditioning Coach, where he is responsible for the strength, speed, power, conditioning and nutrition of Bobcats players and assists with the rehabilitation of injuries. Before coming to Charlotte, Friia spent the previous seven seasons with the Denver Nuggets as assistant athletic trainer/assistant strength & conditioning coach.

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Prior to joining the Nuggets, Friia attended Ithaca College, where he received a dual bachelor’s degree in athletic training and sports medicine. During his time at Ithaca, he worked as an athletic trainer with several of the school’s sports teams, including men’s basketball and football. Friia is a Certified Athletic Trainer, holding memberships with the National Athletic Trainers Association, the National Basketball Athletic Trainers Association and the National Academy of Sports Medicine. He is currently working on a master’s degree in human movement at A.T. Still University.

MISC.

A native of Ithaca, NY, Friia and his wife, Carey, have one daughter, Elise.

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Dennis Williams

Assistant Athletic Trainer Dennis Williams is in his eighth season as the Bobcats’ Assistant Athletic Trainer, where he assists with the team’s medical needs.

BBALL OPS

Prior to joining the Bobcats in July of 2006, Williams spent four years as athletic trainer for the men’s basketball and cheerleading teams at the University of South Carolina. Before that, he served as head athletic trainer for the Greenville Groove during the inaugural 2001-02 season of the NBA Development League. He also spent time at the collegiate level as the head athletic trainer for North Greenville College in South Carolina and assistant athletic trainer at North Carolina A&T. Williams is a Certified Athletic Trainer and Performance Enhancement Specialist and Corrective Exercise Specialist. He holds membership with the National Athletic Trainers Association, the National Basketball Athletic Trainers Association and the National Academy of Sports Medicine.

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A recipient of the NBA Trainers Association’s David Craig NBA Assistant Athletic Trainer of the Year Award in 2010-11, Williams received a Bachelor’s degree in science in physical education from the University of South Carolina in 1995 and a master’s from Furman University in 1999. He and his wife, Dana, have two sons, Robert Floyd Williams and Joshua Edward Williams.

Jason Rivera

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Head Equipment Manager Jason Rivera is in his first season with the Bobcats as Head Equipment Manager, where he oversees the purchase and dispersal of equipment. In this role, Rivera is responsible for setting up each player’s locker with uniforms, warm-ups, shoes, towels and other items, both at home and on the road.

RECORDS

Rivera joins the Bobcats after spending the last 23 years with the Orlando Magic, where he started as a ball kid at age 12. He became the team’s assistant equipment manager in 1996 at age 18, serving 12 years in that role before being promoted to head equipment manager in 2010. Rivera was also the equipment manager for the WNBA’s Orlando Miracle during their tenure in the city from 1999-2002. During his time in Orlando, Rivera worked two NBA All-Star Games hosted by the Magic (1992 and 2012) and one WNBA All-Star Game hosted by the Miracle (2001). He was also a part of both of the Magic’s appearances in the NBA Finals as a member of the club’s staff during their Eastern Conference Championship seasons in 1995 and 2009. Rivera and his wife, Marisol, have two children, Ariana and Shea.

PLAYOFFS

SUPPORT STAFF

David Duquette Assistant, Basketball Operations

Dr. Joe Garcia Team Physician

Adam Glessner Coaching Associate

Brad Green Basketball Operations Assistant

Rick Higgins Video Scout

Joey Levin Video Scout

James Mccullough Assistant Equipment Manager

Angus Mitchell Quantitative Analyst/ Systems Developer

Raymond Rios Assistant, Basketball Operations

Jason Rosenfeld Director, Basketball Analytics

Dr. Larry Seitlin Team Dentist

Ben Woldenberg Quantitative Analyst/ Systems Developer

Kathryn Karakus Director, Basketball Operations

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Dr. Marcus Cook Team Physician

HISTORY

Sam Alston Team Security

MISC.

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FACILITIES

Hydrotherapy Room

Hot and Cold Tubs

MISC.

NBA

HISTORY

PLAYOFFS

RECORDS

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Training Room

Practice Court

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Weight Room


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BBALL OPS

FRONT OFFICE

Roster

Bismack Biyombo

Ben Gordon

Brendan Haywood

Al Jefferson

Michael Kidd-Gilchrist

Josh McRoberts

Jannero Pargo

Kemba Walker

Cody Zeller

Ramon Sessions

RECORDS

12-13 REVIEW

Gerald Henderson

Jeff Adrien

Jeffery Taylor

Anthony Tolliver

MISC.

NBA

HISTORY

PLAYOFFS

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No. 4 0 8 33 9 25 14 11 5 7 44 43 15 40

Player Jeff Adrien Bismack Biyombo Ben Gordon Brendan Haywood Gerald Henderson Al Jefferson Michael Kidd-Gilchrist Josh McRoberts Jannero Pargo Ramon Sessions Jeffery Taylor Anthony Tolliver Kemba Walker Cody Zeller

Pos. F F/C G C G C F F G G F F G F

Ht. 6-7 6-9 6-3 7-0 6-5 6-10 6-7 6-10 6-1 6-3 6-7 6-8 6-1 7-0

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Steve Clifford (Maine-Farmington) Associate Head Coach: Patrick Ewing (Georgetown) Assistant Coaches: Bob Beyer (Alfred), Stephen Silas (Brown), Bob Weiss (Penn State), Mark Price (Georgia Tech) Head Athletic Trainer: Steve Stricker (Iowa State) Strength & Conditioning Coach: Matt Friia (Ithaca) Assistant Athletic Trainer: Dennis Williams (South Carolina)

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Wt. 245 245 200 263 215 289 232 240 185 190 225 240 184 240

Birthdate 2/10/86 8/28/92 4/4/83 11/27/79 12/9/87 1/4/85 9/26/93 2/28/87 10/22/79 4/11/86 5/23/89 6/1/85 5/8/90 10/5/92

Prior to NBA/Home Country Yrs Pro Connecticut/USA 3 Fuenlabrada (Spain)/Dem. Rep. of Congo 2 Connecticut/England 9 North Carolina/USA 12 Duke/USA 4 Prentiss HS (MS)/USA 9 Kentucky/USA 1 Duke/USA 6 Arkansas/USA 9 Nevada/USA 6 Vanderbilt/Sweden 1 Creighton/USA 5 Connecticut/USA 2 Indiana/USA R

NUMERICAL ROSTER 0 Bismack Biyombo

14 Michael Kidd-Gilchrist

4 Jeff Adrien

15 Kemba Walker

5 Jannero Pargo

25 Al Jefferson

7 Ramon Sessions

33 Brendan Haywood

8 Ben Gordon

40 Cody Zeller

9 Gerald Henderson

43 Anthony Tolliver

11 Josh McRoberts

4 4

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HOW THE BOBCATS WERE BUILT

Acquired from Detroit Pistons with a future first-round draft pick on June 26, 2012, for Corey Maggette

Brendan Haywood

Awarded off waivers from Dallas Mavericks on July 14, 2012, after he was designated as the Mavericks’ amnesty player

Gerald Henderson

Selected with the 12th overall pick in the 2009 NBA Draft

Al Jefferson

Signed as a free agent on July 10, 2013

Michael Kidd-Gilchrist

Selected with the second overall pick in the 2012 NBA Draft

Josh McRoberts

Acquired from Orlando Magic on February 21, 2013, in exchange for Hakim Warrick

Jannero Pargo

Signed as a free agent on March 14, 2013

Ramon Sessions

Signed as a free agent on July 13, 2012

Jeffery Taylor

Selected with the 31st overall pick in the 2012 NBA Draft

Anthony Tolliver

Signed as a free agent on August 19, 2013

Kemba Walker

Selected with the ninth overall pick in the 2011 NBA Draft

Cody Zeller

Selected with the fourth overall pick in the 2013 NBA Draft

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Ben Gordon

HISTORY

Draft rights acquired from Sacramento Kings as part of three-team trade on June 23, 2011, in which the Bobcats also acquired Corey Maggette from the Milwaukee Bucks and sent Stephen Jackson, Shaun Livingston and the draft rights to Tobias Harris to Milwaukee

PLAYOFFS

Signed as a free agent on December 9, 2012

Bismack Biyombo

RECORDS

Jeff Adrien

MISC.

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Forward

6’7” / 245

February 10, 1986 Naples, FL

Connecticut

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FRONT OFFICE BBALL OPS PLAYERS 12-13 REVIEW RECORDS

PRO CAREER

Signed with the Bobcats as a free agent on Dec. 9… Appeared in 52 games, posting career highs in nearly every statistical category… Averaged career bests of 4.0 points and 3.8 rebounds in 13.7 minutes… Scored in double figures twice and grabbed double-figure rebounds three times… Scored a career-high 14 points and grabbed a career-high-tying 10 rebounds on Jan. 28 against Chicago to record his first career double-double… Scored 12 points on March 8 against Oklahoma City… Also had 10 rebounds on Dec. 31 at Chicago and Feb. 13 at Indiana… Led or tied for the team lead in rebounds five times, in steals three times and in blocks six times

YR

TEAM GP

MIN

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REGULAR SEASON STATISTICS Field Goals Free Throws Rebounds FGM-FGA PCT 3FGM-3FGA PCT. FTM-FTA PCT. OR-DR TOT AST STL BS

10-11 GSW 23 195 23-54 .426 0-0

HISTORY

2012-13

PLAYOFFS

Signed with the Bobcats as a free agent on Dec. 9, 2012… Was not selected in the 2010 NBA Draft… Has appeared in 83 career NBA games over three seasons for the Warriors, Rockets and Bobcats, averaging 3.5 points and 3.3 rebounds in 11.7 minutes per game… Also appeared in 27 career D-League games for Erie and Rio Grande Valley, averaging 18.3 points, 11.4 rebounds, 1.5 assists, 1.4 blocks and 1.0 steals in 32.7 minutes… Named 2010-11 NBA D-League Impact Player of the Year by the league’s head coaches… Also named to the D-League All-Star Team in 2011 and D-League Player of the Month for January 2011.

--- 11-19 .579 23-35

58 10 4 5

Averages TO PTS RPG APG PPG 9 57 2.5 0.4 2.5

11-12 HOU 8 62 7-16 .438 0-0 --- 7-12 .583 5-17 22 1 0 2 2 21 2.8 0.1 2.6 TOTALS 83 972 102-238 .429 0-2 .000 83-131 .634 96-180 276 47 22 34 43 287 3.3 0.6 3.5

MISC.

12-13 CHA 52 713 72-168 .429 0-2 .000 65-100 .650 68-128 196 36 18 27 32 209 3.8 0.7 4.0 Personal Fouls-DQ: 2010-11, 28-1; 2011-12, 13-0; 2012-13, 80-0. Totals: 121-1.

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BBALL OPS

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2011-12 Signed as a free agent with Houston on Dec. 21… Appeared in eight games with the Rockets, averaging 2.6 points and 2.8 rebounds in 7.9 minutes… Scored a season-high seven points and grabbed five rebounds on Jan. 6 at Oklahoma City… Led Houston with a season-high nine rebounds and a season-high two blocked shots on Feb. 6 at Denver… Waived by the Rockets on Feb. 7 2010-11 Appeared in 23 games over two stints with Golden State, averaging 2.5 points and 2.5 rebounds in 8.5 minutes… Made the Warriors opening night roster after going to training camp as a non-roster invitee… Scored 12 points in a 31 minutes on Nov. 26 at Memphis… Averaged 2.9 points and 3.3 rebounds in 15 games before being waived on Dec. 9… Re-signed by the Warriors as a call-up from the Rio Grande Valley Vipers of the NBA D-League on Feb. 25… Appeared in eight games after being called up, averaging 1.6 points and 1.0 rebound in 4.1 minutes… Appeared in 27 D-League games between the Erie BayHawks and Rio Grande Valley, averaging 18.3 points, 11.4 rebounds, 1.5 assists, 1.4 blocks and 1.0 steals in 32.7 minutes… Named 2010-11 NBA D-League Impact Player of the Year (as voted by the league’s head coaches) after helping the Vipers to an 18-4 record in his 22 games with the team following a trade from Erie … In 22 games with Rio Grande Valley, averaged 19.9 points and 12.2 rebounds in 34.4 minutes per game… Named D-League Player of the Month for Jan. 2011 after averaging 20.7 points and 12.9 rebounds in 11 games, leading the Vipers to a 10-1 record in the month… Also named to the D-League All-Star Team… Led the D-League with 20 double-doubles… Originally signed with Erie on Dec. 15, 2010, averaging 11.2 points and 8.0 rebounds in five games before being traded to Rio Grande Valley on Dec. 30, 2010. COLLEGE: Finished his college career at the University of Connecticut with 1,603 points and 1,126 rebounds, becoming the first player in school history with over 1,600 points and 1,100 rebounds in a career… Was the fifth player in school history to amass over 1,000 points and 1,000 rebounds in a career… Ranks third in school history in rebounds, sixth in games played (133), eighth in field goals (602) and 14th in scoring… As a senior in 2008-09, helped lead UConn to the NCAA Final Four … Named Third Team All-Big East as a senior, First Team All-Big East as a junior and Second Team All-Big East as a sophomore, as well as to the Big East All-Rookie Team as a freshman. PERSONAL: Son of Linette Adrien… Has one sister, Judith… Majored in liberal arts at UConn… Was a consensus Top-50 recruit at Brewster Academy (NH), averaging 18 points and 12 rebounds per game in just one season … Averaged 27 points and 14 rebounds as a senior at Brookline High School, earning First-Team All-League, League MVP and named to the Boston Globe Super Team and Boston Herald Dream Team.

HISTORY

PLAYOFFS

CAREER HIGHS Minutes: Field Goals: Field Goal Attempts:

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(1/28/2013, Charlotte at Chicago)

6

(11/26/2010, Golden State at Memphis)

11

(11/26/2010, Golden State at Memphis)

Three-Point Field Goals:

0

Three-Point Attempts:

1

(Two times, last: 4/13/2013, Charlotte vs. Milwaukee)

Free Throws:

5

(Two times, last: 1/30/2013, Charlotte at San Antonio)

Free Throw Attempts:

7

(1/19/2013, Charlotte vs. Sacramento)

Offensive Rebounds:

6

(11/21/2010, Golden State at L.A. Lakers)

Defensive Rebounds:

9

(2/6/2012, Houston at Denver)

Total Rebounds:

10

(Four times, last: 2/13/2013, Charlotte at Indiana)

Assists:

3

(2/2/2013, Charlotte at Houston)

Steals:

4

(4/13/2013, Charlotte vs. Milwaukee)

Turnovers:

3

(Three times, last: 2/13/2013, Charlotte at Indiana)

Blocked Shots:

3

(Two times, last 4/13/2013, Charlotte vs. Milwaukee)

MISC.

Points:

34

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6’9” / 245

August 28, 1992 Lubumbashi Democratic Republic of Congo

Democratic Republic of Congo

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PRO CAREER

REGULAR SEASON STATISTICS YR

TEAM GP

MIN

Field Goals Free Throws Rebounds FGM-FGA PCT 3FGM-3FGA PCT. FTM-FTA PCT. OR-DR TOT AST STL BS

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Appeared in 80 games for the Bobcats, starting 65… Averaged 4.8 points, 7.3 rebounds and 1.8 blocks in 27.3 minutes, leading the team in rebounds and blocks… Tied for ninth in the NBA in blocked shots and ranked 30th in rebounding… Scored in double figures 11 times and grabbed double-figure rebounds 19 times… Recorded seven double-doubles… Led or tied for the team lead in rebounds 33 times, in steals five times and in blocks 44 times… Set a franchise record with 44 games with two or more blocks… Scored a career-high-tying 14 points on November 30, 2012 against Philadelphia… Grabbed a career-high 17 rebounds on two occasions, January 6 at Detroit and April 13, 2013 against Milwaukee… Recorded a career-high 43 minutes on April 15, 2013 against New York.

HISTORY

2012-13

PLAYOFFS

Draft rights (No. 7 overall pick) acquired by the Bobcats on June 23, 2011, from Sacramento in a three-team trade in which the Bobcats also acquired Corey Maggette from Milwaukee and sent Stephen Jackson, Shaun Livingston and the draft rights to Tobias Harris (No. 19 overall pick) to Milwaukee… Played in 143 career games for the Bobcats with 106 starts, averaging 5.0 points, 6.6 rebounds and 1.8 blocks in 25.5 minutes… An early entry candidate in the 2011 Draft… A member of the World Select Team for the 2011 Nike Hoop Summit… Tallied 12 points, 11 rebounds and a Hoop Summit-record 10 blocks to record the only triple-double in the game’s history… Played professionally in Spain from 2009-11… Started the 2009-10 season with Fuenlabrada-Getafe Madrid in the EBA before moving to C.B. Illescas in the LEB Silver league… Began the 2010-11 season with C.B. Illescas before moving to Baloncesto Fuenlabrada in the ACB league.

Averages TO PTS RPG APG PPG

11-12 CHA 63 1455 129-278 .464 0-0 ---- 69-143 .483 113-255 368 27 20 115 71 327 5.8 0.4 5.2 TOTALS 143 3641 285-624 .457 0-0 ---- 143-285 .502 307-643 950 62 48 258 153 713 6.6 0.4 5.0

MISC.

12-13 CHA 80 2186 156-346 .451 0-0 ---- 74-142 .521 194-388 582 35 28 143 82 386 7.3 0.4 4.8 Personal Fouls-DQ: 2012-13, 195-1: 2011-12, 145-1. Totals: 340-2.

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2011-12 Appeared in 63 games as a rookie for the Bobcats, starting 41… Averaged 5.2 points, 5.8 rebounds and 1.8 blocks in 23.1 minutes, leading the team in rebounds and blocks… Ranked eighth in the NBA in blocked shots… Ranked first among NBA rookies in blocked shots, third in rebounding and sixth in field goal percentage (.464)… Scored in double figures 10 times and grabbed double-figure rebounds 11 times… Recorded five double-doubles… Led the Bobcats in rebounds 20 times, in steals three times and in blocks 33 times… Blocked at least two shots 31 times, including nine straight games to end this season, which was the fourth-longest streak of multiple-block games in the league… Ranked fifth in the NBA with 10 games of at least four blocks and joined Oklahoma City’s Serge Ibaka as the only two players in the league with at least three games of six or more blocks… Despite the shortened season, total of 115 blocks and average of 1.83 per game were each the most by a rookie since New Jersey’s Brook Lopez recorded 151 and averaged 1.84 in 2008-09… Average of 1.83 blocks was the third-best ever by a player under the age of 20… Scored a career-high 14 points and grabbed 14 rebounds on April 6 at Milwaukee… Scored 10 points, grabbed a career-high 15 rebounds and tied a career high with seven rebounds on March 6 against Orlando… Recorded the first double-figure scoring game, first double-figure rebounding game and first double-double of his career with 11 points and 10 rebounds in Jan. 17 at Orlando.

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INTERNATIONAL CAREER: Played professionally in Spain from 2009-11… Split the 2010-11 season between C.B. Illescas in the LEB Silver league and Baloncesto Fuenlabrada in the ACB league… Appeared in 14 games for C.B. Illescas, averaging 9.0 points, 6.4 rebounds and 1.9 blocks in 21.9 minutes per game and shooting .588 from the field… Scored 28 points on 12-15 shooting and grabbed 10 rebounds in 32 minutes against Prat Juventud… Tallied 14 points, a career-high 14 rebounds and four blocks in 26 minutes against Andorra… Was promoted to Fuenlabrada in January, averaging 6.4 points, 5.1 rebounds and a leaguebest 2.3 blocks in 17.1 minutes and shooting .552 from the field in 14 games with the team… In 2009-10, began the season with Fuenlabrada-Getafe Madrid in the EBA… Played in 19 games for Fuenlabrada-Getafe Madrid, averaging 9.4 points, 6.8 rebounds and 3.3 blocks in 23.9 minutes, while shooting .579 from the field, before moving C.B. Illescas… In 31 games with C.B. Illescas, averaged 5.6 points, 4.9 rebounds and 1.5 blocks in 20.0 minutes and shot .581 from the field. PERSONAL: The son of Ngoie Francoise and Biyombo Francois… Has three brothers, Billy, Biska and Bikim, and three sisters, Bimeline, Bikelene and Bimela… Speaks five languages: English, Spanish and French, along with Swahili and Lingala, which are two of the recognized national languages of the Democratic Republic of Congo.

CAREER HIGHS Minutes: Field Goals:

38

6 11

Three-Point Field Goals:

0

Three-Point Attempts:

0

Free Throws:

6

(4/15/2013, Charlotte vs. New York) (Three times, last: 4/13/2013, Charlotte vs. Milwaukee) (4/22/2012, Charlotte vs. Sacramento)

(Three times, last: 3/24/2013, Charlotte at Miami)

Free Throw Attempts:

12

Offensive Rebounds:

8

Defensive Rebounds:

11

(4/13/2013, Charlotte at Milwaukee)

Total Rebounds:

17

(12/28/2012, Charlotte at Brooklyn)

(4/13/2013, Charlotte at Milwaukee)

(2/13/2013, Charlotte at Indiana)

Assists:

3

(Two times, last: 3/27/2013, Charlotte vs. Orlando)

Steals:

2

(Eight times, last: 3/15/2013, Charlotte at Toronto)

Turnovers:

5

(3/7/2012, Charlotte vs. Utah)

Blocked Shots:

7

(Three times, last: 1/21/2013, Charlotte vs. Houston)

Points:

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Field Goal Attempts:

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(Two times, last: 11/30/2012, Charlotte vs. Philadelphia)


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6’3” / 200

April 4, 1983 London, England

Connecticut

9

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Guard

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2012-13

PLAYOFFS

Appeared in 75 games for the Bobcats, averaging 11.2 points, 1.9 assists and 1.7 rebounds in 20.8 minutes … Ranked 40th in the NBA in three-point percentage (.387)… Scored in double figures 40 times, including seven games of 20 points or more… Set a franchise record with 34 points off the bench on Nov. 9 against New Orleans… Led or tied for the team lead in scoring 10 times, in assists once, in steals five times and in blocks three times… Set franchise records of eight three-point field goals in a game and seven three-point field goals in a half on Dec. 3 against Portland… Set a franchise record with five three-point field goals in a quarter and a then-franchise record of six three-point field goals in a half, while tying the then-franchise record with seven three-point field goals in the game on Nov. 28 at Atlanta.

RECORDS

Acquired by the Bobcats from Detroit with a future first-round draft pick on June 26, 2012, in exchange for Corey Maggette… Has played in 669 career games for the Bulls, Pistons and Bobcats, with averages of 15.9 points, 2.7 assists and 2.6 rebounds in 28.8 minutes… Enters the season ranked 26th in NBA history in career three-point percentage (.404), tied for 32nd in career free-throw percentage (.858) and ranked 51st in career three-point field goals (1128)… Originally selected by the Bulls with the third overall pick in the 2004 NBA Draft… Signed as a free agent with the Pistons on July 8, 2009… Named NBA Sixth Man of the Year in 2004-05, becoming the first rookie in league history to win the award… Also named to the All-Rookie First Team in 2004-05… Has been named Eastern Conference Player of the Week four times in his career… Has scored 20-plus points coming off the bench 91 times since 2004-05, the most by any player in the league during that span… Scored the 10,000,000th point in NBA regular season history on January 9, 2010.

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PRO CAREER

REGULAR SEASON STATISTICS TEAM GP

MIN

Field Goals Free Throws Rebounds FGM-FGA PCT 3FGM-3FGA PCT. FTM-FTA PCT. OR-DR TOT AST STL BS

Averages TO PTS RPG APG PPG

04-05

CHI

82

2002 434-1056 .411 134-331 . 405 233-270 .863

55-160

215 164

53 10

186 1235 2.6 2.0 15.1

05-06

CHI

80

2482 486-1152 .422 166-382 .435

43-176

219 240

75

180 1349 2.7 3.0 16.9

211-268 .787

5

HISTORY

YR

06-07 CHI 82 2704 609-1338 .455 155-375 .413 380-440 .864 35-223 258 296 64 17 249 1753 3.1 3.6 21.4 07-08

CHI

72

2291 464-1069 .434 142-346 . 410 266-293 .908

40-181

221 213

55

8

150 1336 3.1 3.0 18.6

08-09 CHI 82 2999 598-1315 .455 173-422 .410 330-382 .864 52-231 283 279 71 22 200 1699 3.5 3.4 20.7 DET

62

1730

291-699 .416 291-699 .321 198-230 .861

26-93

119 166

49

6

118

855 1.9 2.7 13.8

NBA

09-10

10-11 DET 82 2131 339-770 .440 107-266 .402 136-160 .850 41-154 195 195 48 16 141 921 2.4 2.1 11.2 11-12 DET 52 1398 234-530 .442 63-147 .429 117-136 .860 14-107 121 127 34 11 115 646 2.3 2.4 12.5 12-13 CHA 75 1560 310-760 .408 113-292 .387 107-127 .843 18-112 130 141 35 16 136 840 1.7 1.9 11.2 TOTALS

669 19297 3765-8689 .433 1128-2795 .404 1968-2306 .858 324-1437 1761 1797 484 111 1475 10636 2.6 2.7 15.9

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Personal Fouls-DQ: 2004-05, 224-1; 2005-06, 238-2; 2006-07, 252-1; 2007-08, 171-2; 2008-09, 184-1; 2009-10, 147-1; 2010-11, 178-1; 2011-12, 114-0; 2012-13, 134-2. Totals: 1642-11.

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2007-08

Appeared in 52 games (21 starts) for the Pistons averaging 12.5 points, 2.4 assists and 2.3 rebounds in 26.9 minutes … Shot .442 from the field, .429 from beyond the three-point line and .860 from the free-throw line, recording his seventh season shooting better than .400 from beyond the three-point line and his seventh season shooting .850 or better from the free-throw line… Ranked 11th in the NBA in three-point percentage and tied for 18th in free-throw percentage… In 21 games as a starter, averaged 15.6 points, 3.4 assists and 2.4 rebounds in 32.8 minutes… Scored in double figures 32 times, including seven games with 20 points or more and one game of 40 points or more… Scored a seasonhigh 45 points and handed out a season-high eight assists on March 21 at Denver, shooting 9-9 from beyond the three-point line, which tied his own NBA record, also shared by Latrell Sprewell, for most three-pointers in a game without a miss… Also recorded career highs for points in a quarter (21 in second) and a half (27 in first) against Denver… The 45 points were the highest total by a Pistons player since the 2006-07 season… Set a Pistons franchise record with seven three-point field goals in the second quarter against Philadelphia on April 26, also tying the franchise record for three-pointers in a half.

Appeared in 72 games (27 starts) for the Bulls, averaging 18.6 points, 3.1 rebounds and 3.0 assists in 31.8 minutes… Ranked third in the NBA with a career-high .908 free-throw percentage and ranked 18th in three-point percentage (.410)… Led the Bulls in scoring for the third straight season… Scored in double figures 62 times, including 31 games of 20 points or more and eight games of 30 points or more… Scored a season-high 39 points on a season-best 16 field goals in a reserve role on Dec. 31 vs. Orlando (12/31)… Grabbed a career-high four offensive rebounds on Jan. 2 at Charlotte and a career-high eight defensive rebounds twice.

2010-11 Appeared in all 82 games (27 starts) for the Pistons, averaging 11.2 points on .440 shooting, 2.4 rebounds and 2.1 assists in 26.0 minutes… Tied for 25th in the NBA in free-throw percentage (.850) and tied for 26th in three-point percentage (.402)… In 27 starts, averaged 13.5 points, 2.9 rebounds and 2.4 assists in 31.0 minutes… Scored in double figures 47 times, including nine games of 20 points or more and two games of 30 points or more… Secord a season-high 35 points and tallied a season-high seven three-point field goals on Jan. 30 at New York… Grabbed a career-high nine rebounds on Dec. 3 against Orlando… Recorded a season-high seven assists on Nov. 17 against the Lakers… Tied a career high with four offensive rebounds on Feb. 11 against Miami… Scored 19 points in a quarter on two occasions – the second quarter on Oct. 30 against Chicago and the fourth quarter on Jan. 12 against Memphis. 2009-10 Appeared in 62 games (17 starts) in his first season with the Pistons, averaging 13.8 points, 2.7 assists and 1.9 rebounds in 27.9 minutes… Tied for 15th in the NBA in free-throw percentage (.861)… In 17 starts, averaged 21.1 points, 3.7 assists and 2.4 rebounds in 37.4 minutes, compared to 11.0 points, 2.3 assists and 1.8 rebounds and 24.3 minutes in 45 games off the bench… Scored in double figures 39 times, including 18 games of 20 points or more and two games of 30 points or more… Scored a season-high 39 points and made a season-high seven three-point field goals on April 9 at Miami… Led the team in scoring 18 times, assists nine times and rebounds twice.

MISC.

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2008-09

42

Appeared in all 82 games (76 starts) for the Bulls, averaging 20.7 points on a career-high-tying .455 shooting, 3.5 assists and 3.4 rebounds in 36.6 minutes… Ranked sixth in the NBA in three-point field goals (173), 11th in total points (1699), 17th in scoring, 24th in free-throw percentage (.864), 25th in three-point percentage (.410) and 31st in minutes played… Scored 20 points or more a team-best 40 times, including three games of 30 points or more… Scored a season-high 43 points on March 9 at Miami… Named Eastern Conference Player of the Week for the week ending April 11, when he averaged 26.7 points, 5.0 rebounds and 2.3 assists, while shooting .475 from the field, .520 from beyond the three-point line and 1.000 (11-11) from the free-throw line… Averaged 24.3 points, 3.0 assists and 2.9 rebounds during the seven-game series against Boston in the first round of the 2009 NBA Playoffs

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2006-07 Appeared in 82 games for the Bulls, averaging a career-high 21.4 points on a career-high .455 shooting, 3.6 rebounds and 3.1 assists in 33.0 minutes… Ranked seventh in the NBA in total points (1753), 13th in free-throw percentage (.864), 16th in three-point percentage (.413) and 15th in scoring… Scored 20 points or more 43 times, including 15 games with 30 points or more and three games with 40 points or more… Scored a career-high 48 points on 18-32 shooting, including 6-12 from beyond the three-point line, on March 4 at Milwaukee… Handed out a career-high nine assists on Nov. 6 against Milwaukee… Named Eastern Conference Player of the Week twice, for the weeks ending Jan. 29 and April 6… In 10 playoff games, averaged 20.4 points, 3.8 rebounds and 3.8 assists in 39.5 minutes. 2005-06 Appeared in 80 games (47 starts) for the Bulls, averaging 16.9 points, 3.0 assists and 2.7 rebounds in 31.0 minutes… Ranked fifth in the NBA in three-point percentage (.435) and 12th in three-point field goals made (166)… Set a franchise record with 166 three-point field goals… Set a franchise record with a career-high nine three-point field goals en route to a then-career-high 39 points on Feb. 4 at Phoenix… Went 9-9 from beyond the three-point line on April 14 against Washington, tying Latrell Sprewell’s NBA record for three-point field goals in a game without a miss, while also tying his own franchise record and career high for three-point field goals in a game… Selected to the Sophomore Team that competed in the T-Mobile Rookie Challenge at NBA All-Star Weekend… Named Eastern Conference Player of the Week for the week ending April 17… Started six games against Miami in the 2006 NBA Playoffs, averaging 21.0 points, 3.3 rebounds, 3.0 assists and 1.0 steal in 44.5 minutes. 2004-05 Appeared in all in 82 games (three starts) as a rookie for the Bulls, averaging 15.1 points, 2.6 rebounds and 2.0 assists in 24.4 minutes per game… Named NBA Sixth Man of the Year, becoming the first rookie ever to win the award, and finished second in Rookie of the Year voting… Named to the All-Rookie First Team and earned Eastern Conference Rookie of the Month honors in January, February and March… Selected to the Rookie Team that competed in the got Milk? Rookie Challenge as part of NBA All-Star Weekend… Appeared in six playoff games, averaging 14.5 points, 2.7 rebounds and 2.5 assists in 25.5 minutes… In his first playoff appearance, scored 30 points on 11-19 shooting in 33 minutes against Washington on April 24.


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Played three seasons at the University of Connecticut, leading the team to the 2004 NCAA Championship… Named to the 2004 NCAA Final Four AllTournament Team and Most Outstanding Player of the Phoenix Regional during the Huskies’ title run… Also named 2004 Big East Tournament Most Outstanding Player after UConn won the tournament… Never missed a game during his three seasons, playing in 106 consecutive contests… Ended his collegiate career ranked first in school history with 242 three-point field goals, second in three-point percentage (.423) and sixth in scoring (1,795 points)… Named First Team All-Big East as a junior in 2003-04, Second Team All-Big East as a sophomore in 2002-03 and to the Big East All-Rookie Team as a freshman in 2001-02… Recorded a triple-double with 17 points and career-highs of 16 rebounds and 11 assists on December 20, 2003 against Iona, one of just eight triple-doubles in school history.

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Full name is Benjamin Gordon… Majored in pre-business administration at Connecticut… Moved from London, England to the United States shortly after birth… Enjoys watching gangster movies and reading in his spare time… Hosts the Ben Gordon Homecoming each summer in his hometown of Mount Vernon, NY, to help raise money for local youth groups and his high school’s athletic program… Contributed $25,000 to the Mount Vernon Boys and Girls Club… Donated $5,000 to the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation in New Haven, CT… Participated in the “Get Fit with Walgreens” fitness events to bring awareness to childhood obesity.

YR

TEAM GP

MIN

Field Goals Free Throws Rebounds FGM-FGA PCT 3FGM-3FGA PCT. FTM-FTA PCT. OR-DR TOT AST STL BS

Averages TO PTS RPG APG PPG

RECORDS

PLAYOFF STATISTICS

04-05 CHI 6 153 30-74 .405 7-22 .318 20-25 .800 6-10 16 15 5 2 13 87 2.7 2.5 14.5 05-06 CHI 06-07

CHI

TOTALS

7 29

245 43-106 .406 15-41 .366 25-37 .676

5-15

20 18

6 0 17 126 3.3 3.0 21.0

395

9-29

38

9

3-17

20 21

23-71

94

61-147 .415

24-55 .436

58-63

.921

304 52-134 .388 17-46 .370 49-56 .875 1098

186-461 .403 63-164 .384

152-181 .840

38 92

1

34

3 1 23

4

204 3.8 3.8 20.4 587 3.2 3.2 20.2

PLAYOFFS

08-09 CHI

6 10

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43

8 170 2.9 3.0 24.3 72

CAREER HIGHS 50

(3/9/2009, Chicago at Miami)

Field Goals:

18

(3/4/2007, Chicago at Milwaukee)

Field Goal Attempts:

32

(3/4/2007, Chicago at Milwaukee)

Three-Point Attempts:

13

(2/4/2006, Chicago at Phoenix)

Free Throws:

19

(4/11/2006, Chicago vs. New Jersey)

Free Throw Attempts:

21

(4/11/2006, Chicago vs. New Jersey)

Offensive Rebounds:

4

(Three times, last: 2/11/2011, Detroit vs. Miami)

Defensive Rebounds:

8

(Two times, last: 3/20/2008, Chicago vs. San Antonio)

Total Rebounds:

9

(12/3/2010, Detroit vs. Orlando)

Assists:

9

(11/6/2006, Chicago vs. Milwaukee)

Steals:

4

(Two times, last: 3/6/2009, Chicago vs. Milwaukee)

Turnovers:

9

(1/7/2012, Detroit vs. New York)

Blocked Shots:

2

(13 times, last: 1/26/2013, Charlotte vs. Minnesota)

Points:

48

(Three times, last: 3/21/2012, Detroit at Denver)

MISC.

9

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HISTORY

Minutes:

(3/4/2007, Chicago at Milwaukee)


Center

7’0” / 263

November 27, 1979 New York, NY

North Carolina

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REGULAR SEASON STATISTICS TEAM GP

01-02

WAS

62

MIN 1266

Field Goals Free Throws Rebounds FGM-FGA PCT 3FGM-3FGA PCT. FTM-FTA PCT. OR-DR TOT AST STL BS

Averages TO PTS RPG APG PPG

109-221 .493

50

0-0 ----

97-160

.606 143-179

322

29

21 91

315 5.2 0.5 5.1

02-03 WAS 81 1929 173-339 .510 0-0 ---- 155-245 .633 192-212 404 29 32 119 65 501 5.0 0.4 6.2 03-04 WAS 77 1484 200-388 .515 0-1 .000 137-234 .585 186-201 387 43 32 100 80 537 5.0 0.6 7.0 04-05

WAS

68

1863

239-427 .560

0-0 ----

159-261 .609 202-262

464

57

52 114

96

HISTORY

YR

PLAYOFFS

Appeared in 61 games for the Bobcats, with 17 starts… Averaged 3.5 points and 4.8 rebounds in 19.0 minutes… Scored in double figures twice… Grabbed 10 or more rebounds four times… Recorded one double-double, tallying a season-high 14 points and a season-high-tying 11 rebounds on Nov. 3 at Dallas… Also grabbed 11 rebounds each on Nov. 13 against Washington, Nov. 19 against Milwaukee and Nov. 28 at Atlanta… Led or tied for the team lead in rebounds nine times, in steals three times and in blocks 14 times.

RECORDS

Awarded to the Bobcats off waivers from the Mavericks on July 14, 2012, after the Mavericks designated him as the team’s amnesty player... Has played in 794 career NBA games for the Wizards, Mavericks and Bobcats, with averages of 6.9 points, 6.1 rebounds and 1.4 blocks in 23.4 minutes… Enters the season tied for 34th on the NBA’s career field goal percentage list (.528), ranked 56th in blocks per game (1.4) and tied for 68th in total blocks (1099)… Initially selected by Cleveland with the 20th overall pick in the 2001 NBA Draft… Draft rights were traded to Orlando on June 27, 2001 for Michael Doleac and then to Washington on August 1, 2001 for Laron Profit and a future first-round draft pick… Traded by Washington to Dallas with Caron Butler, DeShawn Stevenson and cash considerations on February 13, 2010 in exchange for Josh Howard, Drew Gooden, Quinton Ross and James Singleton… Has also appeared in 53 playoff games, averaging 6.4 points, 5.0 rebounds and 1.3 blocks in 21.5 minutes.

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637 6.8 0.8 9.4

05-06 WAS 79 1878 222-432 .514 0-0 ---- 131-224 .585 200-267 467 46 30 104 97 575 5.9 0.6 7.3 06-07

WAS

77

1739

198-355 .558

0-0 ----

115-210 .548 195-282

477

47

34 88

90

511 6.2 0.6 6.6

08-09 WAS 6 175 24-50 .480 0-0 ---- 10-21 .476 13-31 44 8 4 15 9 58 7.3 1.3 9.7 09-10 WAS/DAL 77

2355

276-491 .562

0-1 .000

152-245 .620 278-437

715

43

26 158

99

NBA

07-08 WAS 80 2227 316-599 .528 0-0 ---- 216-294 .735 273-303 576 71 31 133 108 848 7.2 0.9 10.6 704 9.3 0.6 9.1

10-11 DAL 72 1319 128-223 .574 0-1 .000 64-177 .362 129-247 376 19 16 74 51 320 5.2 0.3 4.4 11-12 DAL 54 1146 118-228 .518 0-0 ---- 45-96 .469 139-185 324 19 24 54 46 281 6.0 0.4 5.2 12-13 CHA 61 1162 93-216 .431 0-1 .000 30-66 .455 125-165 290 29 16 49 50 216 4.8 0.5 3.5 Personal Fouls-DQ: 2001-02, 158-1; 2002-03, 225-3; 2003-04, 154-0; 2004-05, 218-6; 2005-06, 232-2; 2006-07, 208-3; 2007-08, 216-1; 2008-09, 14-0; 2009-10, 209-2; 2010-11, 146-0; 2011-12, 121-0; 2012-13, 125-0. Totals: 2026-18..

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TOTALS 794 18549 2096-3969 .528 0-4 .000 1311-2233 .587 2075-2771 4846 440 318 1099 841 5503 6.1 0.6 6.9

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2011-12 Appeared in 54 games for the Mavericks, starting all 54… Averaged 5.2 points, 6.0 rebounds and 1.0 block in 21.2 minutes, while shooting .518 from the field… Scored in double figures seven times and grabbed double-figure rebounds eight times… Tallied two double-doubles… Scored a season-high 18 points and grabbed 10 rebounds on Feb. 28 against New Jersey… Scored 12 points and grabbed a season-high-tying 12 rebounds on Jan. 27 against Utah… Grabbed a season-high 12 rebounds on Jan. 4 against Phoenix… Recorded a season-high five blocks on Jan. 29 against San Antonio… Recorded 1,000th career block on Jan. 1 at Minnesota… In four playoff games, averaged 3.3 points and 3.3 rebounds in 15.3 minutes.

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RECORDS

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46

Appeared in 72 games (eight starts) for the Mavericks, averaging 4.4 points on .574 shooting and 5.2 rebounds in 18.3 minutes… Scored in double figures six times and grabbed double-figure rebounds nine times… Tallied two double-doubles… Scored a season-high 12 points and grabbed 10 rebounds on Feb. 16 against Sacramento… Scored a season-high-tying 12 points and grabbed 10 rebounds on Feb. 23 against Utah… Grabbed a season-high 19 rebounds and blocked five shots on April 6 against Denver… Saw action in 18 playoff games during the Mavericks run to the NBA Championship, averaging 3.1 points on .581 shooting, to go with 4.1 rebounds and 1.0 block in 15.3 minutes. 2009-10 Appeared in 77 total games (67 starts) for the Wizards and Mavericks, posting season averages of 9.1 points on .562 shooting, 9.3 rebounds and 2.1 blocks in 30.6 minutes… Ranked third in the NBA in offensive rebounds (278), while ranking fourth in both blocks per game and total blocks (158)… Saw action in 49 games (48 games) for the Wizards, averaging 9.8 points, 10.3 rebounds and 2.1 blocks, before being traded to Dallas on Feb. 13… Following trade, played in 28 games (19 starts) for the Mavericks, averaging 8.1 points, 7.4 rebounds and 2.0 blocks… Overall, scored in double figures 38 times and grabbed double-figure rebounds 31 times, recording 19 double-doubles… 14 double-doubles came with Washington, five with Dallas… Scored 16 points and grabbed a career-high 20 rebounds for the Wizards on Jan. 15 at Chicago and tallied 13 points and a career-high-tying 20 rebounds for the Mavericks on Feb. 22 against Indiana, becoming just the third player in the last 22 seasons to record 20-rebound games

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with two different teams in the same season, along with Dikembe Mutombo (Atlanta and Philadelphia in 2000-01) and Olden Polynice (Phoenix and Sacramento in 1993-94)… Scored a season-high 19 points on Oct. 30 for the Wizards at Atlanta… Played in six playoff games, averaging 6.0 points, 6.2 rebounds and 1.7 blocks in 23.2 minutes. 2008-09 Saw action in just six games (five starts) for the Wizards after missing the season’s first 75 games due to right wrist surgery… Averaged 9.7 points, 7.3 rebounds and 2.5 blocks… Scored in double figures in three of six games and tallied two double-doubles… Posted season highs of 18 points and 12 rebounds on April 4 against Miami… Tallied 12 points and 10 rebounds on April 2 against Cleveland… Had 15 points, nine rebounds and a season-high five blocks on April 10 at Toronto. 2007-08 Appeared in 80 games for the Wizards, starting all 80… Averaged a career-high 10.6 points, 7.2 rebounds and 1.7 blocks in a career-high 27.9 minutes… Shot .528 from the field and a career-best .735 from the free-throw line… Ranked fifth in the NBA in offensive rebounds (273) and 10th in total blocks (133)… Scored in double figures 45 times, including four games of 20 points or more, and grabbed double-figure rebounds 20 times… Tallied 16 double-doubles… Opened the season with three straight double-doubles, marking his first career stretch of three consecutive double-doubles… Scored 21 points and grabbed 10 rebounds on Feb. 10 at Phoenix, followed by 20 points and 10 rebounds on Feb. 11 at Golden State, recording consecutive games with 20 points or more and 10 rebounds or more for the first time in his career… Scored a career-high 25 points and grabbed 10 rebounds on April 5 at Chicago… Grabbed a career-high 11 offensive rebounds on Oct. 31 at Indiana… Handed out a career-high five assists on Feb. 23 against Charlotte… In six playoff games, averaged a playoff career-high 12.0 points, 6.7 rebounds and 1.5 blocks. 2006-07 Appeared in 77 games (49 starts) for the Wizards, averaging 6.6 points, 6.2 rebounds and 1.1 blocks in 22.6 minutes… Scored in double figures 19 times and grabbed double-figure rebounds 11 times… Tallied seven doubledoubles… Scored a season-high 20 points and grabbed 11 rebounds on Feb. 5 against Seattle… Scored 12 points and grabbed a season-high 14 rebounds on Dec. 21 at Sacramento… In three playoff games, averaged 4.3 points and 1.7 rebounds in 11.3 minutes.

2005-06 Appeared in 79 games (70 starts) for the Wizards, averaging 7.3 points, 5.9 rebounds and 1.3 blocks in 23.8 minutes… Scored in double figures 26 times and grabbed double-figure rebounds 13 times… Tallied seven double-doubles… Scored a season-high 21 points on Jan. 25 at Boston… Scored 10 points and grabbed a season-high 14 rebounds on Nov. 2 at Toronto… Started all six playoff games, averaging 7.2 points, 3.2 rebounds and 1.8 blocks in 25.8 minutes while shooting .682 from the field. 2004-05 Appeared in 68 games for the Wizards, starting all 68… Averaged 9.4 points on .560 shooting, 6.8 rebounds and 1.7 blocks in 27.4 minutes… Scored in double figures 32 times, including three games with 20 points or more, and grabbed double-figure rebounds 11 times… Tallied six double-doubles… Scored a seasonhigh 22 points on a career-high-tying 10 field goals and grabbed 10 rebounds on Nov. 28 at Toronto… Tied season high with 22 points on March 5 at Charlotte… Scored 14 points and grabbed a season-high 14 rebounds on Nov. 26 at Philadelphia… Scored 17 points and tied season high with 14 rebounds on Dec. 10 against New York… Tied a career high with seven blocked shots on Nov. 13 at Cleveland… Had a career-high five steals on Nov. 14 against Dallas… Saw action in 10 playoff games, starting all 10… Averaged 10.6 points, 7.6 rebounds, 2.0 blocks and 1.4 steals in 27.4 minutes… Averaged 13.0 points and 8.8 rebounds in four games in the second round against Miami. 2003-04 Appeared in 77 games (59 starts) for the Wizards, averaging 7.0 points, 5.0 rebounds and 1.3 blocks in 19.3 minutes… Scored in double figures 17 times and grabbed double-figure rebounds seven times… Tallied three doubledoubles… Scored a season-high 23 points on a career-high 10 field goals and grabbed 11 rebounds on Nov. 29 against Detroit… Scored 16 points and grabbed 11 rebounds on Feb. 4 against Memphis… Scored 16 points and grabbed 13 rebounds on Feb. 7 at Cleveland… Grabbed a season-high 16 rebounds on Dec. 2 at Dallas. 2002-03 Appeared in 81 games (69 starts) for the Wizards, averaging 6.2 points, 5.0 rebounds and 1.5 blocks in 23.8 minutes… Scored in double figures 16 times and grabbed double-figure rebounds five times… Tallied two doubledoubles… Scored 11 points and grabbed a


PLAYERS

2001-02

PLAYOFF STATISTICS

04-05

WAS

10

295

39-72

.542

0-0 ----

28-44

.636

35-41

76

10

14 20

10

106 7.6 1.0 10.6

05-06

WAS

6

155

15-22

.682

0-0

----

13-25

.520

7-12

19

5

2 11

7

43 3.2 0.8 7.2

06-07

WAS

3

34

5-7

.714

0-0

----

3-4

.750

3-2

5

1

1

0

1

13 1.7 0.3 4.3

07-08

WAS

6

178

26-44

.591

0-0

----

20-25

.800

13-27

40

5

4

9

6

72 6.7 0.8 12.0

09-10

DAL

6

139

12-21

.571

0-0

----

12-20

.600

18-19

37

3

7 10

3

36 6.2 0.5 6.0

10-11

DAL

18

275

18-31

.581

0-0

----

20-43

.465

34-39

73

4

2 18

13

56 4.1 0.2 3.1

11-12

DAL

4

61

4-14

.286

0-0 ----

5-8

.625

7-6

13

1

1

2

13 3.3 0.3 3.3

MIN

Field Goals Free Throws Rebounds FGM-FGA PCT 3FGM-3FGA PCT. FTM-FTA PCT. OR-DR TOT AST STL BS

2

Averages TO PTS RPG APG PPG

TOTALS 53 2273 119-211 .564 0-0 ---- 101-169 .598 117-146 263 29 31 70 42 339 5.0 0.5 6.4

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TEAM GP

RECORDS

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Full name is Brendan Todd Haywood… The son of Barbara Haywood… After moving from New York to Greensboro, NC, attended Dudley High School… Majored in communications at North Carolina… While with the Wizards, served as color commentator for selected Washington Mystics games on Comcast SportsNet during the summers of 2003, 2004, 2005 and 2008… Hosts an annual free one-day basketball camp for kids at Dudley… Established the Brendan Haywood Single Parents Fund, which aims to support programs that assist underprivileged single parent families, in 2010… In February 2013, announced he would pay the electric bills for one year for 15 single mothers and their families who are participating in the rapid re-housing program through the Salvation Army’s Center of Hope Women and Children’s Shelter… Donated over $25,000 to provide 40 computers to Greensboro’s Guilford Preparatory Academy and joined the Community Foundation of Greensboro to sponsor a book fair for Peck Elementary School.

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PERSONAL

Played four seasons at the University of North Carolina… Appeared in two Final Fours… Holds the UNC and ACC records for field goal percentage in a career (.637) and a season (.697 in 1999-2000)… Holds the UNC records for blocked shots in a career (304) and a season (120 in 2000-01), both of which also rank ninth in ACC history… Averaged 10.0 points, 6.0 rebounds and 2.2 blocks in 141 career games… Recorded the first triple-double in school history with 18 points, 14 rebounds and a school-record 10 blocks on December 4, 2000 against Miami… As a senior in 2000-01, named Second Team All-America by the Sporting News and Third Team by the NABC… Also named Second Team All-ACC and to the ACC All-Defensive Team in 2000-01, as well as Third Team All-ACC in 1999-2000.

BBALL OPS

Appeared in 62 games (two starts) as a rookie with the Wizards… Averaged 5.1 points, 5.2 rebounds and 1.5 blocks in 20.4 minutes… Scored in double figures seven times and grabbed double-figure rebounds eight times… Tallied two double-doubles… Recorded first career double-double with 17 points and a season-high 15 rebounds on Dec. 11 at Memphis… Scored 11 points and grabbed 11 rebounds on Dec. 22 at New York… Scored a season-high 19 points on Dec. 8 at Dallas… Blocked a career-high seven shots on Dec. 19 against Atlanta, tying a then-Verizon Center record… Named NBA Eastern Conference Rookie of the Month in December after averaging 7.9 points, 7.9 rebounds and 2.2 blocks.

COLLEGE

FRONT OFFICE

season-high 12 rebounds on Dec. 18 against Memphis… Scored a season-high 16 points on Jan. 16 against Orlando… Recorded 10 points and 10 rebounds on Feb. 25 at Indiana.

CAREER HIGHS 48

(1/15/2010, Dallas at Chicago)

Field Goals:

10

(Two times, last: 11/28/2004, Washington at Toronto)

Field Goal Attempts:

16

(Two times, last: 4/5/2008, Washington at Chicago)

Three-Point Field Goals:

0

Three-Point Attempts:

1

(Four times, last: 1/14/2013, Charlotte at Boston)

Free Throws:

9

(Three times, last: 12/15/2007, Washington vs. Sacramento)

12

(Three times, last: 2/22/2010, Dallas vs. Indiana)

Offensive Rebounds:

11

(10/31/2007, Washington at Indiana)

Defensive Rebounds:

18

(2/22/2010, Dallas vs. Indiana)

Total Rebounds:

20

(Two times, last: 2/22/2010, Dallas vs. Indiana)

5

(2/23/2008, Washington vs. Charlotte)

Steals:

5

(11/14/2004, Washington vs. Dallas)

Turnovers:

5

(2/5/2010, Washington at Orlando)

Blocked Shots:

7

(Two times, last: 11/13/2004, Washington at Cleveland)

Points:

25

MISC.

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Minutes:

(4/5/2008, Washington at Chicago)

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Guard

6’5” / 215

December 9, 1987 Caldwell, NJ

Duke

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Selected by the Bobcats with the 12th overall pick in the 2009 NBA Draft… Has played in 234 career games for the Bobcats, averaging 11.3 points, 3.1 rebounds and 1.8 assists in 25.6 minutes.

PLAYOFFS

PRO CAREER

2012-13

HISTORY

Played in 68 games, with 58 starts… Averaged career highs of 15.5 points, 2.6 assists and 1.0 steal, along with 3.7 rebounds and 31.4 minutes… Ranked 36th in the NBA in free-throw percentage (.824)… Scored in double figures 56 times, including a career-high 24 consecutive games to end the season… Scored 20 points or more 14 times, including three games with 30 points or more… Scored a career-high 35 points on March 12 against Boston and March 29 at New York… Also scored 34 points on March 27 against Orlando… Grabbed a career-high-tying 10 rebounds twice, recording double-doubles in both games… Tallied 20 points and 10 rebounds on Feb. 8 against the Lakers and recorded 24 points and 10 rebounds on Feb. 19 at Orlando… Scored 27 points and tied a career high with eight assists on March 8 against Washington… Had a career-high five steals on Nov. 2 against Indiana… Led or tied for the team lead in scoring 16 times, in assists six times, in steals 18 times and in blocks nine times.

REGULAR SEASON STATISTICS TEAM GP

MIN

Field Goals Free Throws Rebounds FGM-FGA PCT 3FGM-3FGA PCT. FTM-FTA PCT. OR-DR TOT AST STL BS

Averages TO PTS RPG APG PPG

NBA

YR

09-10 CHA 43 355 37-104 .356 4-19 .211 35-47 .745 15-40 55 13 10 9 14 113 1.3 0.3 2.6 10-11 CHA 68 1661 259-570 .454 7-36 .194 128-163 .785 49-158 207 101 50 32 64 653 3.0 1.5 9.6 11-12 CHA 55 1831 332-723 .459 11-47 .234 155-204 .760 64-161 225 126 49 20 100 830 4.1 2.3 15.1 MISC.

12-13 CHA 68 2133 382-855 .447 33-100 .330 258-313 .824 55-195 250 177 68 34 108 1055 3.7 2.6 15.5 TOTALS 234 5980 1010-2252 .448 55-202 .272 576-727 .792 183-554 737 417 177 95 286 2651 3.1 1.8 11.3 Personal Fouls-DQ: 2009-10, 25-0; 2010-11, 118-1; 2011-12, 128-1; 2012-13, 108-0. Totals: 420-2.

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FRONT OFFICE

2011-12 Played in 55 games, starting all 55… Averaged 15.1 points, 4.1 rebounds, 2.3 assists, 0.9 steals and 33.3 minutes, while also shooting a career-best .459 from the field (332-723)… Ranked 40th in the NBA in minutes played… Led the team in scoring… Scored in double figures 41 times, including 14 games of 20 or more points and one game of 30 or more points… 14 games of 20-plus points were the most by a Bobcats player on the season… Scored a career-high-tying 32 points on Apr. 20 against Memphis… Scored 14 points and grabbed a career-high 10 rebounds on Jan. 7 at Indiana for his first career double-double… Made a career-high 13 field goals en route to 29 points on March 23 against Milwaukee… Led the Bobcats in scoring 18 times, in rebounds two times, in steals 21 times and in blocks two times… Tied career highs with four steals on Jan. 4 at New York and three blocks on April 16 against New Orleans. 2010-11 Appeared in 68 games for the Bobcats, starting 30… Averaged 9.6 points, 3.0 rebounds, 1.5 assists, 0.7 steals and 0.5 blocks in 24.4 minutes… Shot .454 from the field (259-570) and .785 from the free-throw line (128-163)… Scored in double figures 31 times, including seven games of 20 points or more and one game of at least 30 points… Led the team in scoring on nine occasions, in assists once, steals 17 times and in blocks 11 times… Scored in double figures in 10 consecutive games from March 19-April 6, the longest streak of his career… Scored a career-high 32 points on a then-career-high 12 field goals in a career-high 45 minutes on Apr. 6 vs. Orlando… Scored 19 points, grabbed a then-career-high nine rebounds and blocked a career-high three shots on Jan. 8 vs. Washington… Scored 20 points and handed out a career-highs eight assists on Mar. 9 vs. Chicago… Had a career-high four steals on three occasions… Scored in double figures in 22 of the season’s final 28 games, after doing so just 12 times in 83 career games played prior to that... The 28-game stretch including all seven of his career 20-point games… In 30 games as a starter, averaged 13.4 points, 3.6 rebounds and 2.2 assists in 33.3 minutes, up from 6.6 points, 2.6 rebounds and 0.9 assists in 17.4 minutes in 38 games as a reserve. 2009-10 Appeared in 43 games as a rookie, averaging 2.6 points, 1.3 rebounds, 0.3 assists, 0.2 steals and 0.2 blocks in 8.3 minutes… Shot .356 from the field (37-104) and .745 from the free-throw line (35-47)… Scored in double figures three times… Scored a season-high 15 points on Nov. 25 vs. Toronto… Scored 14 points and grabbed a season-high seven rebounds on April 12 at New Jersey. COLLEGE Played three seasons at Duke University… Named Wooden Award All-America and Third Team AP All-America, as well as First Team All-ACC as a junior... Ranks 39th in Duke history with 1,262 career points and 20th with 69 blocks… As a junior in 2008-09, led team in scoring (16.5 ppg), while ranking second in rebounding (4.9 rpg), second in assists (2.5 apg), second in field-goal percentage (.450), and third in steals (1.2 spg)… Ranked 11th in the ACC in scoring and ninth in field goal percentage… Scored in double figures 31 times including 10 games with 20 or more points… Scored a career-high 35 points on 11-15 shooting from the field and 12-14 from the free throw line against Wake Forest… Grabbed a career-high 10 rebounds while also adding 21 points against Florida State… Dished out a career-high six assists while adding 21 points against Virginia Tech… As a sophomore in 200708, ranked third on team in scoring (12.7 ppg), third in rebounding (4.7 rpg), and second in field-goal percentage (.474)… Scored in double figures 25 times, including four games with 20 or more points… Scored a season-high 23 points twice, against Illinois and Maryland… Grabbed a season-high nine rebounds against North Carolina… Scored 21 points against Belmont in the NCAA Tournament, followed by 18 points against West Virginia… As a freshman in 2006-07, averaged 6.8 points and 2.9 rebounds while shooting .451 from the field… Started 10 of 32 games… Scored in double figures seven times including a season-high 16 points against North Carolina.

Full name is Jerome McKinley Henderson Jr., but, like his father, goes by Gerald… The son of Marie and Gerald Henderson… Father Gerald played 13 seasons in the NBA for Boston, Seattle, New York, Philadelphia, Milwaukee, Detroit and Houston and won three NBA championships with the Celtics (198081, 1983-84) and Pistons (1989-90)… Majored in psychology at Duke.

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CAREER HIGHS 46

(3/29/2013, Charlotte at New York)

Field Goals:

13

(3/23/2012, Charlotte vs. Milwaukee)

Field Goal Attempts:

24

(4/20/2012, Charlotte vs. Memphis)

Three-Point Field Goals:

4

(1/4/2013, Charlotte vs. Cleveland)

Three-Point Attempts:

5

(Four times, last: 3/29/2013, Charlotte at New York)

15

(3/29/2013, Charlotte at New York)

Free Throw Attempts:

17

(3/29/2013, Charlotte at New York)

Offensive Rebounds:

5

(1/28/2011, Charlotte at Golden State)

Defensive Rebounds:

9

(2/8/2013, Charlotte vs. L.A. Lakers)

Total Rebounds:

10

(Three times, 2/19/2013, Charlotte at Orlando)

8

(Two times, last: 3/18/2013, Charlotte vs. Washington)

Steals:

5

(11/2/2012, Charlotte vs. Indiana)

Turnovers:

5

(Three times, last: 4/17/2013, Charlotte vs. Cleveland)

Blocked Shots:

3

(Four times, last: 4/16/2012, Charlotte vs. New Orleans)

35

MISC.

Assists:

Points:

NBA

Free Throws:

HISTORY

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6’10” / 289

January 4, 1985 Monticello, MS

Prentiss High School (MS)

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MIN

Field Goals Free Throws Rebounds FGM-FGA PCT 3FGM-3FGA PCT. FTM-FTA PCT. OR-DR TOT AST STL BS

Averages TO PTS RPG APG PPG

HISTORY

REGULAR SEASON STATISTICS

PLAYOFFS

Appeared in 78 games (all starts) for the Jazz, averaging 17.8 points, 9.2 rebounds, 2.1 assists and 1.1 blocks in 33.1 minutes… Ranked eighth in the NBA in field goals (611), eighth in defensive rebounds (564) and ninth in double-doubles (37)… Scored in double figures 73 times, including 31 games with 20 points or more and four games with 30 points or more… Grabbed double-figure rebounds 39 times… Scored a career-high-tying 40 points, grabbed 13 rebounds and handed out a season-high six assists on April 12 against Minnesota, becoming the first Jazz player with at least 40 points, 10 rebounds and five assists in a game since Karl Malone on April 19, 1995… Named Western Conference Player of the Week for the week ending March 31 after averaging 19.8 points, 8.3 rebounds, 2.3 steals and 1.5 blocks and leading the Jazz to a 4-0 record… Scored 32 points and grabbed 13 rebounds on Feb. 8 against Chicago… Scored 31 points and grabbed 15 rebounds on Dec. 5 against Orlando… Scored 24 points and had season-high 17 rebounds on Nov. 12 at Toronto.

RECORDS

Signed as a free agent with the Bobcats on July 10, 2013… Has appeared in a total of 628 career games with the Celtics, Timberwolves and Jazz, averaging 16.4 points, 9.0 rebounds, 1.5 assists and 1.4 blocks in 30.6 minutes… Initially selected by the Celtics with the 15th overall pick in the 2004 NBA Draft… Traded by the Celtics with Ryan Gomes, Gerald Green, Theo Ratliff, Sebastian Telfair and two first-round draft picks to the Timberwolves on July 31, 2007, in exchange for Kevin Garnett… Traded by the Timberwolves to the Utah Jazz on July 13, 2010, in exchange for Kosta Koufos and two first-round draft picks… Named to the All-Rookie Second Team in 2004-05… Named Eastern or Western Conference Player of the Week five times… Has played in 11 playoff games for the Celtics and Jazz, averaging 10.5 points, 7.2 rebounds, 1.1 assists and 1.0 block… A member of the 2007 USA Basketball Select Team that trained against the 2007 USA Men’s National Team in Las Vegas… Was selected to the 2010-12 USA Basketball Men’s National Team Program.

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PRO CAREER

04-05 BOS 71 1051 195-369 .528 0-3 .000 85-135 .630 119-193 312 24 22 55 66 475 4.4 0.3 6.7 05-06 BOS 59 1062 189-379 .499 0-4 .000 86-134 .642 97-202 299 30 30 46 62 464 5.1 0.5 7.9 06-07 BOS 69 2319 453-882 .514 0-1 .000 201-295 .681 237-519 756 88 48 106 136 1107 11.0 1.3 16.0 0-5 .000 284-394 .721 308-603 911 117 74 119 167 1726 11.1 1.4 21.0

08-09 MIN 50 1836 485-975 .497 0-4 .000 186-252 .738 172-376 548 79 39 83 92 1156 11.0 1.6 23.1 09-10 MIN 76 2463 560-1125 .498

0-4 .000 181-266 .680 180-523 703 137 63 98 136 1301 9.3 1.8 17.1

10-11 UTA 82 2940 654-1319 .496

0-0 .---- 220-177 .761 235-559 794 149 46 153 105 1528 9.7 1.8 18.6 1-4 .250 137-177 .774 133-452 585 134 47 101 62 1170 9.6 2.2 19.2

12-13

2578 611-1236 .494

2-17

.118

80 89

105 1391 9.2 2.1 17.8

628 19243 4384-8774 .500

3-42

.071 1547-2159 .717 1637-399 1 5628 922 449 850

931 10318 9.0 1.5 16.4

UTA

TOTALS

78

167-217 .770 156-564

720 164

Personal Fouls-DQ: 2004-05, 195-4; 2005-06, 166-1; 2006-07, 232-2; 2007-08, 222-0; 2008-09, 141-2; 2009-2010, 205-1; 2010-11, 2238-3; 2011-12, 155-2; 2012-13, 170-0 Totals: 1724 -15.

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11-12 UTA 61 2075 516-1048 .492

NBA

07-08 MIN 82 2919 721-1441 .500

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PLAYERS 2011-12

2007-08

Appeared in 61 games (all starts) for the Jazz, averaging 19.2 points, 9.6 rebounds, 2.2 assists and 1.7 blocks in 34.0 minutes… Ranked sixth in the NBA in field goals (516), ninth in field goal attempts (1048) and 10th in defensive rebounds (452)… Scored in double figures 59 times, including 27 games with 20 points or more and five games with 30 points or more… Grabbed double-figure rebounds 32 times… Tallied 31 doubledoubles… Led the Jazz in minutes played, scoring, rebounds, blocks and double-doubles… Named Western Conference Player of the Week for the week ending April 22 after averaging 20.0 points, a league-high 15.3 rebounds, 2.3 assists and 2.0 blocks while leading the Jazz to a perfect 3-0 record… Scored a season-high 34 points and grabbed 12 rebounds on Feb. 17 against Washington… Scored 28 points and grabbed a careerhigh-tying 26 rebounds on April 16 against Dallas… Scored 33 points and grabbed 12 rebounds on March 12 against Detroit… Scored 25 points, grabbed 13 rebounds and handed out a career-high seven assists on March 5 at Cleveland.

Appeared in all 82 games (all starts) for the Timberwolves, averaging 21.0 points, 11.1 rebounds, 1.5 blocks and 1.4 assists in 35.6 minutes… Ranked second in the NBA in offensive rebounds (308), third in doubledoubles (55), fourth in total rebounds (911), fourth in field goals (721) and eighth in defensive rebounds (603)… One of only four players in the NBA to average at least 20 points and 10 rebounds, joining Carlos Boozer, Dwight Howard and Antawn Jamison… Scored in double figures 79 times, including 48 games with 20 points or more and 10 games with 30 points or more… Grabbed double-figure rebounds 55 times, including three games with 20 rebounds or more… Scored a career-high 40 points and grabbed 19 rebounds on Jan. 27 against New Jersey… Also scored a career-high-tying 40 points and grabbed 10 rebounds on April 8 at Charlotte… Became only the second Timberwolves player with multiple 40-point games in the same season… Scored 32 points and grabbed 20 rebounds on Dec. 8 against Phoenix, becoming only the second Timberwolves player to tally at least 30 points and 20 rebounds in game, joining Kevin Garnett who did so eight times… Scored 26 points and grabbed 20 rebounds on Jan. 30 against Chicago… Scored 22 points and grabbed 20 rebounds on Dec. 17 at Miami… Named Western Conference Player of the Week for the week ending Jan. 27.

2010-11 Appeared in all 82 games (all starts) for the Jazz, averaging 18.6 points, 9.7 rebounds, 1.9 blocks and 1.8 assists in 35.9 minutes… Ranked fifth in the NBA in blocks (153), sixth in total rebounds (794), sixth in defensive rebounds (559), ninth in offensive rebounds (235) and 10th in minutes played (2940)… The only Jazz player to appear in all 82 games… Scored in double figures 74 times, including 37 games with 20 points or more and nine games with 30 points or more… Grabbed double-figure rebounds 39 times… Tallied 37 double-doubles… Scored a season-high 36 points on March 7 at New York… Scored 28 points and grabbed a season-high 19 rebounds on Feb. 28 against Boston… Scored 17 points and grabbed a season-high-tying 19 rebounds on March 20 at Houston… Scored 33 points and grabbed 18 rebounds on March 12 at Chicago… Scored 23 points and blocked a career-high seven shots on Dec. 22 at Minnesota.

NBA MISC.

Appeared in 69 games (60 starts) for the Celtics, averaging 16.0 points, 11.0 rebounds, 1.5 blocks and 1.3 assists in 33.6 minutes… Scored in double figures 57 times, including 26 games with 20 points or more and two games with 30 points or more… Grabbed double-figure rebounds 43 times, including one game with 20 rebounds or more… Tallied 38 doubledoubles… Scored a season-high 32 points and grabbed 18 rebounds on March 3 at New Jersey… Scored 31 points and grabbed 16 rebounds on March 9 against Seattle… Scored 12 points and grabbed a season-high 22 rebounds on Jan. 13 at Detroit… Named Eastern Conference Player of the Week for the week ending March 4.

2009-10

2005-06

Appeared in 76 games (all starts) for the Timberwolves, averaging 17.1 points, 9.3 rebounds, 1.8 assists and 1.3 blocks in 32.4 minutes… Scored in double figures 71 times, including 28 games with 20 points or more and one game with 30 points or more… Grabbed double-figure rebounds 37 times… Tallied 35 double-doubles… Scored a season-high 36 points and grabbed 14 rebounds on March 8 against Dallas… Scored 26 points and grabbed a career-high and franchise-record 26 rebounds on Jan. 13 at Houston… Scored 26 points and grabbed 14 rebounds on Jan. 6 against Golden State.

Appeared in 59 games (seven starts) for the Celitcs, averaging 7.9 points and 5.1 rebounds in 18.0 minutes… Scored in double figures 21 times, including one game with 20 points or more… Grabbed double-figure rebounds six times… Recorded five double-doubles… Posted season highs of 21 points and 12 boards on Dec. 10 at Dallas… Scored 18 points and grabbed eight rebounds on Jan. 18 against Minnesota.

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2006-07

Appeared in 50 games (all starts) for the Timberwolves, averaging 23.1 points, 11.0 rebounds, 1.7 blocks and 1.6 assists in 36.7 minutes… Scored in double figures 48 times, including 37 games with 20 points or more and eight games with 30 points or more… Grabbed double-figure rebounds 31 times… Tallied 30 double-doubles… Scored a season-high 39 points on Jan. 25 against Chicago… Scored 38 points and grabbed 16 rebounds on Dec. 29 against Memphis… Scored 36 points, grabbed a season-high 22 rebounds and tied a career high with four steals on Feb. 7 at Houston… Named Western Conference Player of the Week for the week ending Jan. 4… Missed the final 32 games of the season after suffering a torn right ACL on Feb. 9 at New Orleans.

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2004-05 Appeared in 71 games (one start) for the Celtics, averaging 6.7 points and 4.4 rebounds in 14.8 minutes… Scored in double figures 17 times and grabbed double-figure rebounds four times… Tallied three doubledoubles… Scored a season-high 19 points on April 15 at Miami… Scored 17 points and grabbed 10 rebounds on Jan. 19 against Chicago… Recorded first career double-double with 10 points and 11 rebounds on Jan. 5 against Golden State.


PLAYERS HIGH SCHOOL FRONT OFFICE BBALL OPS

As a senior, named First Team All-America by Parade and USA Today… Named Mr. Basketball in Mississippi and was a finalist for the Naismith Award… Played in the 2004 McDonald’s All-America Game, recording 16 points and 11 rebounds… Player for the U.S. in the 2004 Nike Hoop Summit, tallying 13 points and seven rebounds… Named All-State, All-Conference and Conference MVP in all four seasons of high school… Led Prentiss to a 29-8 record and the Class 3A State Championship as a junior. PERSONAL

PLAYERS

Full name is Al Ricardo Jefferson… Born in Monticello, MS, but grew up in Prentiss, MS, a town of 1,500 people… Selected to the 2010-12 USA Men’s National Team Program… Teamed up with Feed the Children in the summer of 2011 to provide food and personal care items for over 400 families in Vicksburg, MS, who were victims of flooding… Hosts an annual basketball camp in his hometown each summer… Joined several NBA and WNBA players in “Operation Rebound” to offer food and assistance to the victims of Hurricane Katrina in his home state of Mississippi… Made a $25,000 donation to the Miami Dade College Foundation to establish a scholarship endowment in honor of his late father.

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MIN

Field Goals Free Throws Rebounds FGM-FGA PCT 3FGM-3FGA PCT. FTM-FTA PCT. OR-DR TOT AST STL BS

Averages TO PTS RPG APG PPG

04-05 BOS 7 135 17-41 .415 0-0 .---- 9-12 .750 17-28 45 2 4 8 4 43 6.4 0.3 6.1 11-12 UTA TOTALS

4 11

141

36-68 .529

552 53-109 .486

7-27

34 10

5 3

5 73 8.5 2.5 18.3

0-1 .000 10-16 .625 24-55

0-1 .000

1-4

.250

79 12

9 11

9 116 7.2 1.1 10.5 PLAYOFFS

Personal Fouls-DQ: 2004-05, 16-0; 2011-12, 10-0. Totals: 26-0.

CAREER HIGHS 54

(4/16/2012, Utah vs. Dallas)

Field Goals:

19

(4/12/2013, Utah vs. Minnesota)

Field Goal Attempts:

31

(12/20/2008, Minnesota vs. Houston)

Three-Point Field Goals:

1

(Three times, last: 12/15/2012, Utah vs. Memphis)

Three-Point Attempts:

2

(11/12/2012, Utah at Toronto)

14

(1/27/2008, Minnesota at New Jersey)

Free Throw Attempts:

17

(1/27/2008, Minnesota at New Jersey)

Offensive Rebounds:

12

(11/26/2008, Minnesota vs. Phoenix)

Defensive Rebounds:

23

(1/13/2010, Minnesota at Houston)

Total Rebounds:

26

(Two times, last: 4/16/2012, Utah vs. Dallas)

7

(3/5/2012, Utah at Cleveland)

Steals:

4

(Five times, last: 3/29/2013, Utah at Portland)

Turnovers:

8

(Two times, last: 11/23/2009, Minnesota at L.A. Clippers)

Blocked Shots:

7

(12/22/2010, Utah at Minnesota)

40

MISC.

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Forward

6’7” / 232

September 26, 1993 Philadelphia, PA

Kentucky

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Played in 78 games with 77 starts as a rookie, averaging 9.0 points, 5.8 rebounds and 1.5 assists in 26.0 minutes… Named to the All-Rookie Second Team… Ranked 39th in the NBA in blocks… Ranked fifth among NBA rookies in rebounding, ranked sixth in scoring and blocks, tied for seventh in minutes played, ranked ninth in field goal percentage (.458) and 11th in assists… Selected to play in the 2013 BBVA Rising Stars Challenge at All-Star Weekend… Named Eastern Conference Rookie of the Month for November… Scored in double figures 35 times, including four games of 20 points or more… Grabbed 10 or more rebounds six times… Recorded six double-doubles… Led or tied for the team lead in scoring four times, in rebounding 16 times, in assists twice, in steals 10 times and in blocks 25 times… Recorded two games with 25 points and 12 rebounds, joining LeBron James as the only two players in NBA history to tally at least 25 points and 12 rebounds in a game twice before their 20th birthday… Had 25 points and 12 rebounds the first time on November 10 against Dallas when he was 19 years and 45 days old, becoming the second-youngest player ever to do so... Also did so on December 19 against Phoenix, when he was 19 years and 84 days, which was the third-youngest ever… Became just the fourth player in the last 20 years to post multiple games with at least 25 points and 12 rebounds in the first 25 games of their career, joining Blake Griffin, Charlie Villanueva and Yao Ming as the only four players to do so since 1993… Grabbed a career-high 14 rebounds on April 5 against Miami… Recorded a career-high five steals on November 3 against Dallas… Recorded a career-high 41 minutes on November 10 against Dallas.

PLAYOFFS

2012-13

RECORDS

Selected by the Bobcats with the second overall pick in the 2012 NBA Draft… Played in 78 games with 77 starts as a rookie, averaging 9.0 points, 5.8 rebounds and 1.5 assists in 26.0 minutes… Named to the 2012-13 All-Rookie Second Team… Selected to play in the 2013 BBVA Rising Stars Challenge at All-Star Weekend… Named Eastern Conference Rookie of the Month for November 2012… Posted two games with 25 points and 12 rebounds, joining LeBron James as the only two players in NBA history to tally at least 25 points and 12 rebounds in a game twice before their 20th birthday… Had 25 points and 12 rebounds the first time on November 10 against Dallas when he was 19 years and 45 days old, becoming the second-youngest player ever to do so... Also did so on December 19 against Phoenix, when he was 19 years and 84 days, which was the third-youngest ever… Became just the fourth player in the last 20 years to post multiple games with at least 25 points and 12 rebounds in the first 25 games of their career, joining Blake Griffin, Charlie Villanueva and Yao Ming as the only four players to do so since 1993… Participated in the 2013 USA Basketball Men’s National Team Mini-Camp.

Averages TO PTS RPG APG PPG

12-13 CHA 78 2025 281-613 .458 2-9 .222 140-187 .749 131-324 455 117 54 70 101 704 5.8 1.5 9.0 Personal Fouls-DQ: 2012-13, 164-1: Totals: 164-1.

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TOTALS 78 2025 281-613 .458 2-9 .222 140-187 .749 131-324 455 117 54 70 101 704 5.8 1.5 9.0

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COLLEGE Played one season at Kentucky, averaging 11.9 points, 7.4 rebounds, 1.9 assists, 1.0 steal and 0.9 blocks, while shooting .491 from the field and .745 from the free-throw line… Named Second Team USBWA All-American and Third Team NABC All-American, and was a top-15 finalist for the John R. Wooden Award, top-30 finalist for the Naismith Men’s Basketball Player of the Year Award and one of five finalists for the Wayman Tisdale Award, given to the nation’s top freshman as voted on by the USBWA… SEC honors included First Team All-SEC, SEC All-Defensive Team and SEC All-Freshman Team.

BBALL OPS

PERSONAL The son of Cynthia and Vincent Richardson… Has one sister, Latasha Richardson… Legally changed his last name to Kidd-Gilchrist in 2011 to honor his late uncle, Darrin Kidd… Won a Gold Medal with the U.S. National Team at the FIBA Under-17 World Championships in 2010 and was a member of the U.S. team in the 2011 Nike Hoop Summit.

RECORDS

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PLAYERS

CAREER HIGHS Minutes:

41

(11/10/2012, Charlotte vs. Dallas)

Field Goals:

11

(12/29/2012, Charlotte vs. New Orleans)

Field Goal Attempts:

17

(4/5/2013, Charlotte vs. Miami)

Three-Point Field Goals:

1

(Two times, last: 12/28/2012, Charlotte at Brooklyn)

Three-Point Attempts:

1

(Nine times, last: 2/13/2013, Charlotte at Indiana)

Free Throws:

9

(11/10/2012, Charlotte vs. Dallas)

Free Throw Attempts:

10

Offensive Rebounds:

5

Defensive Rebounds:

10

(4/5/2013, Charlotte vs. Miami)

Total Rebounds:

14

(4/5/2013, Charlotte vs. Miami)

(Four times, last: 4/12/2013, Charlotte at Detroit)

Assists:

6

(12/8/2012, Charlotte vs. San Antonio)

Steals:

5

(11/3/2012, Charlotte at Dallas)

Turnovers:

5

(12/22/2012, Charlotte vs. Denver)

Blocked Shots:

4

(11/23/2012, Charlotte vs. Atlanta)

MISC.

NBA

HISTORY

PLAYOFFS

Points:

58

(Two times, last: 4/17/2013, Charlotte vs. Memphis)

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(Two times, last: 12/19/2012, Charlotte at Phoenix)


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6’10” / 240

February 28, 1987 Indianapolis, IN

Duke

6


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PRO CAREER

HISTORY

Acquired by the Bobcats from Orlando on Feb. 21, in exchange for Hakim Warrick… Appeared in 26 games (19 starts) for the Bobcats, averaging 9.3 points, 7.2 rebounds and 2.7 assists in 30.8 minutes… After joining the Bobcats, scored in double figures 11 times and grabbed double-figure rebounds six times, recording three double-doubles… Scored a career-high-tying 20 points in the final game of the season against Cleveland…Scored 12 points on 6-7 shooting and grabbed a career-high 16 rebounds in a career-high 43 minutes on April 3 against Philadelphia… Tallied 18 points, nine rebounds and a career-high nine assists on April 13 against Milwaukee… Recorded double-figure rebounds in three consecutive games from April 1-5, becoming the first Bobcats player with three straight double-figure rebound games since Gerald Wallace did so from Feb. 4-7, 2011… Overall on the season, appeared in 67 games (22 starts) for the Magic and Bobcats, averaging 6.0 points, 4.9 rebounds and 2.1 assists in 22.2 minutes… Appeared in 41 games (three starts) for the Magic, averaging 3.9 points, 3.3 rebounds and 1.7 assists in 16.7 minutes.

PLAYOFFS

2012-13

RECORDS

Acquired by the Bobcats from Orlando on Feb. 21, 2013, in exchange for Hakim Warrick… Has played in 272 career NBA regular season games for the Trail Blazers, Pacers, Lakers, Magic and Bobcats, averaging 4.9 points, 4.0 rebounds and 1.5 assists in 17.0 minutes… Originally selected by Portland with the 37th overall pick in the 2007 NBA Draft… Traded by Portland to Indiana along with Jarrett Jack and the rights to Brandon Rush on July 9, 2008, in exchange for Ike Diogu and the rights to Jerryd Bayless… Signed as a free agent with the L.A. Lakers on Dec. 13, 2011…Traded from L.A. Lakers to Orlando on Aug. 10, 2012, as part of a four-team, 12 player deal... Has seen in action in 11 playoff games with the Pacers and Lakers, averaging 2.5 points and 2.0 rebounds in 8.6 minutes… As a rookie in 2007-08, played in 15 games with the Idaho Stampede of the NBA Development League, averaging 7.7 points, 6.4 rebounds and 2.5 assists in 26.8 minutes… Also played in four D-League playoff games with the Stampede, averaging 6.3 points and 5.0 rebounds, helping the team to the 2008 D-League Championship.

REGULAR SEASON STATISTICS TEAM GP

MIN

Field Goals Free Throws Rebounds FGM-FGA PCT 3FGM-3FGA PCT. FTM-FTA PCT. OR-DR TOT AST STL BS

Averages TO PTS RPG APG PPG

NBA

YR

07-08 POR 8 28 6-10 .600 0-1 .000 0-0 --- 2-8 10 2 1 0 2 12 1.3 0.3 1.5 08-09 IND 33 279 35-83 .422 0-10 .000 10-13 .769 26-48 74 16 12 16 12 80 2.2 0.5 2.4 09-10 IND 42 524 76-146 .521 8-23 .348 19-38 .500 40-87 127 44 17 16 19 179 3.0 1.0 4.3 11-12 LAL 50 718 56-118 .475 3-7 .429 23-36 .639 61-110 171 51 15 18 31 138 3.4 1.0 2.8 12-13 ORL/CHA 67 1487 156-343 .455 24-84 .286

65-85

.765 93-232

325 141 32 27

MISC.

10-11 IND 72 1597 211-386 .547 23-60 .383 88-119 .739 109-273 382 150 47 57 93 533 5.3 2.1 7.4 66 401 4.9 2.1 6.0

TOTALS 272 4633 540-1086 .497 58-185 .314 205-291 .704 331-758 1089 404 124 134 223 1343 4.0 1.5 4.9 Personal Fouls-DQ: 2007-08, 1-0; 2008-09, 41-1; 2009-10, 74-2; 2010-11, 165-1; 2011-12, 74-0; 2012-13, 131-2. Totals: 486-6.

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PERSONAL

Played in 50 games (six starts) for the Lakers, averaging 2.8 points, 3.4 rebounds and 1.0 assist in 14.4 minutes…. Scored in double figures twice… Posted season highs of 16 points, nine rebounds, four assists and 38 minutes on Apr. 26 at Sacramento… Scored 10 points, grabbed six rebounds and tied a career high with three steals on Dec. 29 against New York… Led the team in scoring once and rebounding twice… Also played in six playoff games, tallying two points and four rebounds in 16 total minutes.

Full name is Joshua Scott McRoberts... Mother, Jennifer, is a teacher... The oldest of four children… Active volunteer with the American Red Cross, YMCA and Carmel Dads’ Club… While at Duke, mentored elementary and middle school students in conjunction with the NCAA Stay In Bounds Ambassador Program… Named National High School Senior Athlete of the Year by the National High School Coaches Association…Won the 2005 Morgan Wooten Award as McDonald’s All-American Player of the Year and was named First Team All-America by Parade and USA Today… Named the MVP of the McDonald’s All-America Game (17 points, 12 rebounds) while leading the East to a 115-110 win… In high school, played on the same AAU team as future NBA players Greg Oden, Mike Conley, Jr. and Daequan Cook.

2010-11 Posted career-high averages of 7.4 points, 5.3 rebounds, 2.1 assists and 22.2 minutes in a career-high 72 games (51 starts) for the Pacers… Shot .547 from the field (211-386), including .383 from beyond the three-point line (23-60)… Scored in double figures 19 times, including a career-best 20 points on Jan. 29 at Chicago… Tallied double-figure rebounds five times and posted three double-doubles... Scored 15 points and grabbed a then-career-high 13 rebounds on March 30 vs. Detroit… Had 15 points and 12 rebounds on Feb. 16 at Detroit… Recorded 14 points and 11 rebounds on March 16 at Boston… Handed out a then-career-high seven assists on Feb. 9 vs. Charlotte… Tied a career high with four blocks on Nov. 28 at the Lakers… Also appeared in five playoff games, averaging 5.0 points, 3.6 rebounds and 1.2 assists in 15.6 minutes. 2009-10 Appeared in 42 games (three starts) for the Pacers, averaging 4.3 points, 3.0 rebounds and 1.0 assists in 12.5 minutes… Shot .521 from the field (76-146)… Scored in double figures six times and had two doubledoubles… Scored a season-high 18 points and grabbed 12 rebounds on April 4 against Houston… Scored 14 points and grabbed 12 rebounds on March 24 against Washington… Made first career NBA start on Jan. 2 vs. Minnesota.

PLAYOFFS

2008-09 Appeared in 33 games for the Pacers, averaging 2.4 points and 2.2 rebounds in 8.5 minutes… Scored in double figures three times… Recorded his first career double-double with 12 points and 11 rebounds on Apr. 8 vs. Toronto… Scored 10 points, grabbed eight rebounds and blocked a career-high four shots on Dec. 20 at Philadelphia.

MISC.

NBA

HISTORY

2007-08

62

Appeared in eight games for the Trail Blazers as a rookie, averaging 1.5 points and 1.3 rebounds in 3.5 minutes… Scored first career NBA points on Dec. 30 vs. Philadelphia... Played in 15 games with the Idaho Stampede of the NBA Development League, averaging 7.7 points, 6.4 rebounds and 2.5 assists in 26.8 minutes… Also played in four D-League playoff games with the Stampede, averaging 6.3 points and 5.0 rebounds, helping the team to the 2008 D-League Championship. COLLEGE Played two seasons at Duke University, averaging 10.8 points, 6.5 rebounds and 2.4 assists in 69 career games… Shot .540 (279-517) from the field during his collegiate career… Named Second Team All-ACC as a sophomore after averaging 13.0 points, 7.9 rebounds, 3.5 assists and 2.5 blocks in 33 games (32 starts)… Was the second player in Duke history to be named a captain as a sophomore… As a freshman (2005-06), averaged 8.7 points, 5.3 rebounds, 1.5 assists, 1.3 blocks and 1.1 steals in 36 games… Named to the All-ACC Freshman Team and to the ACC All-Tournament Second Team.

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PLAYOFF STATISTICS TEAM GP

MIN

Field Goals Free Throws Rebounds FGM-FGA PCT 3FGM-3FGA PCT. FTM-FTA PCT. OR-DR TOT AST STL BS

Averages TO PTS RPG APG PPG

10-11 IND 5 79 8-24 .333 0-1 .000 9-11 .818 8-10 18 6 4 1 5 25 3.6 1.2 5.0 11-12 LAL 6 16 1-4 .250 0-1 .000 0-0 --- 0-4

RECORDS

YR

4 1 0 1 2 2 0.7 0.2 0.3

TOTALS 11 95 9-28 .321 0-2 .000 9-11 .818 8-14 22 7 4 2 7 27 2.0 0.6 2.5 PLAYOFFS

Personal Fouls-DQ: 2010-11, 17-0; 2011-12, 1-0. Totals: 18-0.

CAREER HIGHS Minutes:

Field Goal Attempts:

43 8 15

(4/3/2013, Charlotte vs. Philadelphia) (Two times, last: 1/29/2011, Indiana at Chicago) (3/24/2010, Indiana vs. Washington) (12/3/2010, Indiana vs. Phoenix)

Three-Point Attempts:

6

(12/3/2010, Indiana vs. Phoenix)

Free Throws:

7

(3/18/2013, Charlotte vs. Washington)

Free Throw Attempts:

9

(3/18/2013, Charlotte vs. Washington)

Offensive Rebounds:

7

(4/5/2013, Charlotte vs. Miami)

Defensive Rebounds:

12

(4/3/2013, Charlotte vs. Philadelphia)

Total Rebounds:

16

(4/3/2013, Charlotte vs. Philadelphia)

Assists:

9

(4/13/2013, Charlotte vs. Milwaukee)

Steals:

3

(Six times, last: 3/15/2013, Charlotte at Toronto)

Turnovers:

5

(4/15/2013, Charlotte vs. New York)

Blocked Shots:

4

(Two times, last: 11/28/2010, Indiana vs. L.A. Lakers)

20

(Two times, last: 4/17/2013, Charlotte vs. Cleveland)

MISC.

4

NBA

Three-Point Field Goals:

Points:

HISTORY

Field Goals:

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6’1” / 185

September 22, 1979 Chicago, IL

Arkansas

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REGULAR SEASON STATISTICS YR

TEAM GP

MIN

Field Goals Free Throws Rebounds FGM-FGA PCT 3FGM-3FGA PCT. FTM-FTA PCT. OR-DR TOT AST STL BS

HISTORY

Signed a pair of 10-day contracts with the Bobcats on March 14 and 24, before signing for the remainder of the season on April 3… Appeared in 18 games for the Bobcats, averaging 8.4 points, 1.9 assists and 1.2 rebounds in 16.2 minutes… Scored in double figures eight times after joining the Bobcats… Scored a season-high 18 points on March 16 at Boston, beginning a streak of four straight double-figure scoring games… Led or tied for the team lead in scoring once, in assists twice and in steals twice… Began the season with the Wizards, averaging 3.0 points and 2.0 assists in seven games played before being waived on Nov. 15… Also played in seven games for the Hawks after signing the first of two 10-day contracts on Jan. 21, averaging 5.0 points and 2.7 assists in 16.1 minutes… For the season overall, averaged 6.5 points, 2.1 assists and 1.1 rebounds.

PLAYOFFS

2012-13

RECORDS

Signed the first of two 10-day contracts with the Bobcats on March 14, 2013, before signing for the remainder of the season on April 3… Has played in 461 career NBA games for the Lakers, Raptors, Bulls, Hornets, Hawks, Wizards and Bobcats, with averages of 6.5 points, 2.0 assists and 1.5 rebounds in 15.5 minutes… Has seen action in 40 playoff games, averaging 5.8 points 1.5 assists and 1.4 rebounds… Was not selected in the 2002 NBA Draft… Signed as a free agent with the L.A. Lakers on July 26, 2002… Waived by the Lakers on Jan. 7, 2004… Signed with the Raptors on Feb. 24, 2004… Signed with the Bulls as on March 15, 2004… Signed with the Hornets on Aug. 9, 2006… Signed with the Bulls on July 13, 2009… Signed with the Bulls on March 20, 2011… Waived by the Bulls on Dec. 16, 2011… Signed with the Hawks on Dec 20, 2011… Signed with the Wizards on Oct. 1, 2012… Waived by the Wizards on Nov. 15, 2012… Signed the first of two 10-day contracts with the Hawks on Jan. 21, 2013… Also spent the 2008-09 season playing in Europe, first for Dynamo Moscow in Russia, then for Olympiacos Piraeus in Greece.

Averages TO PTS RPG APG PPG

37 39 13 2 23 85 1.1 1.1 2.5

03-04 3 Teams 31 479 81-199 .407 22-62 .355 23-27 .852 8-29

37 70 13 6 47 207 1.2 2.3 6.7

NBA

02-03 LAL 34 342 37-93 .398 7-24 .292 4-4 1.000 9-28

04-05 CHI 32 453 82-213 .385 23-66 .348 17-23 .739 12-35 47 76 16 1 45 204 1.5 2.4 6.4 05-06 CHI 57 646 109-292 .373 39-103 .379 17-21 .810 8-53

61 94 24 2 61 274 1.1 1.6 4.8

06-07 NOK 82 1710 283-692 .409 81-209 .388 104-122 .852 20-160 180 203 53 4 122 751 2.2 2.5 9.2 07-08 NOH 80 1497 254-652 .390 65-186 .349 71-81 .877 26-104 130 192 50 5 93 644 1.6 2.4 8.1 78 89 29 2 50 344 1.2 1.4 5.5

11-12 ATL 50 671 105-253 .415 53-138 .384 19-20 .950 9-64

73 96 20 2 49 282 1.5 1.9 5.6

12-13 3 Teams 32 TOTALS

461

507

78-212 .368

39-116 .336

7134 1161-2987 .389 397-1042 .352

12-13

.923

10-25

309-356 .868 111-567

35

67

18

3

678 926 236 27

41

MISC.

09-10 CHI 63 829 132-381 .346 38-138 .275 42-45 .933 9-69

207 1.1 2.1 6.5

531 2998 1.5 2.0 6.5

Personal Fouls-DQ: 2002-03, 45-0; 2003-04, 50-0; 2004-05, 53-0; 2005-06, 57-0; 2006-07, 121-0; 2007-08, 123-0; 2009-10, 68; 2011-12, 64; 2012-13, 42. Totals: 623-0.

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2003-04

Played in 50 games for the Hawks, averaging 5.6 points, 1.9 assists and 1.5 rebounds in 13.4 minutes… Shot 19-20 from the free-throw line… Scored in double figures nine times… Scored a season-high 19 points on Feb. 20 at Chicago… Scored 15 points and tied a career high with nine assists on April 7 at Charlotte.

Appeared in 31 total games with the Lakers, Raptors and Bulls, averaging 6.7 points, 2.3 assists and 1.2 rebounds in 14.2 minutes per game… Began the season with the Lakers, seeing action in 13 games and averaging 1.1 points in 4.8 minutes, before being waived on Jan. 7… Signed with the Raptors on Feb. 24…Played in five games for Toronto, averaging 3.6 points and 2.4 assists in 14.2 minutes… Signed with the Bulls as on March 15, 2004… Saw action in 13 games with Chicago, averaging 13.5 points, 3.6 assists and 2.1 rebounds in 26.5 minutes… Scored in double figures in nine of 13 games with the Bulls, including three games of 20 points or more… Posted career highs of 34 points, 13 field goals, seven three-point field goals and nine assists on March 26 against Milwaukee… Tied the franchise record for three-point field goals in a game, while also tying the United Center records of five three-point field goals in a half and four three-point field goals in a quarter… Made first career start on March 31 at Orlando, tallying 25 points in a season-high 43 minutes.

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2009-10 Appeared in 63 games (five starts) for the Bulls, averaging 5.5 points, 1.4 assists and 1.2 rebounds in 13.2 minutes… Scored in double figures 15 times, including two games with 20 points or more… Scored a season-high 27 points on March 27 against New Jersey… Scored 20 points on March 12 at Miami… Had a career-high five steals on March 17 at Dallas. 2008-09 Played 12 games for Dynamo Moscow in Russia from October-January, averaging 13.8 points, 5.4 assists and 3.4 rebounds in 26.3 minutes… Scored in double figures eight times, including five games with 20 points or more… In January, moved to Olympiacos Piraeus in Greece… Played in 11 games for Olympiacos, averaging 3.5 points and 1.4 assists in 12.0 minutes.

College

Appeared in 80 games (five starts) for the Hornets, averaging 8.1 points, 2.4 assists and 1.6 rebounds in 18.7 minutes per game… Scored in double figures 26 times, including five games with 20 points or more… Scored a season-high 24 points on Jan. 23 against Portland and tied the season high on Feb. 4 at Utah… Also scored 22 points on three occasions.

Played two seasons at Arkansas, averaging 14.4 points, 2.8 assists and 2.2 rebounds… Named Third Team All-SEC in both seasons with the Razorbacks… Finished career ranked second in school history in three-point field goal percentage (.425)… Averaged team highs of 16.6 points and 3.3 rebounds as a senior… Played first two seasons at Neosho County Community College in Chaunte, Kansas, averaging 18.0 points per game… Averaged 22.1 points and 6.3 assists as a sophomore at Neosho County.

PLAYOFFS HISTORY NBA

Played in all 82 games (seven starts) for the Hornets, averaging career highs of 9.2 points, 2.5 assists and 2.2 rebounds in 20.9 minutes… Shot a career-best .388 from beyond the three-point line… Scored in double figures 34 times, including six games with 20 points or more… Scored a season-high 25 points on Jan. 16 against Orlando… Scored 24 points on Jan. 2 against Golden State and on Jan. 10 at Atlanta… Scored 15 points, grabbed a career-high 12 rebounds and handed out a season-high eight assists on Dec. 9 at Golden State, recording his lone career doubledouble… Played a career-high 46 minutes on Dec. 26 against Seattle… The only Hornets player to appear in every game. 2005-06 Appeared in 57 games for the Bulls, averaging 4.8 points, 1.6 assists and 1.1 rebounds in 11.3 minutes… Scored in double figures nine times, including a season-high 23 points on Dec. 7 at Orlando… Led the team in scoring twice and in assists three times… 2004-05

MISC.

Appeared in 34 games as a rookie with the Lakers, averaging 2.5 points, 1.1 assists and 1.1 rebounds in 10.1 minutes… Scored in double figures two times… Posted season highs of 18 points, five assists, five rebounds and 27 minutes played on April 15 against Denver.

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2002-03

Appeared in 32 games for the Bulls, averaging 6.4 points, 2.4 assists and 1.5 rebounds in 14.2 minutes… Scored in double figures nine times… Scored a season-high 17 points on April 20 at Indiana… Scored 13 points and tied a career high with nine assists on April 15 against Orlando… Led the team in assists three times and in scoring once.

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Personal Married to Malaysia Pargo… Has one son, Jannero Jr… Has one older sister, Kizzy, and one younger brother, Jeremy, who played point guard at Gonzaga and is currently playing for CSKA Moscow in Russia… Studied sociology at the University of Arkansas… Person he admires most is his mother… Enjoys listening to rap and R&B… Favorite non-NBA professional sports teams are the Chicago Bears, Blackhawks and White Sox… Through the Jannero Pargo Foundation, has conducted basketball clinics since 2006 and is actively involved in leading camps each summer in Springdale, AR.


PLAYERS

FRONT OFFICE BBALL OPS PLAYERS

YR

TEAM GP

MIN

02-03 LAL 11 129

Field Goals Free Throws Rebounds FGM-FGA PCT 3FGM-3FGA PCT. FTM-FTA PCT. OR-DR TOT AST STL BS 8-24 .333 4-15 .269

3-4 .750 3-6

9 14 8 1

7 23 0.8 1.3 2.0

5 10 3 0 8 52 1.0 2.0 10.4

05-06 CHI 5 19 5-12 .417 3-5 .600 4-5 .800 1-5

6 3 0 0 3 17 1.2 0.6 3.4

07-08 NOH 12 265 45-116 .388 15-43 .349 17-24 .708 5-25

30 27 12 2 11 122 2.5 2.3 10.2

09-10 CHI 2 8 1-5 .200 1-2 .500 0-0 0-0

0 1 0 0 0 3 0.0 0.5 1.5

11-12 ATL 5 46 6-21 .286 4-12 .333 0-0 1-4

5 6 2 0 3 16 1.0 1.2 3.2

TOTALS 40 543 83-229 .362 40-109 .367 27-38 .711 11-44

55 61 25 3 32 233 1.4 1.5 5.8 PLAYOFFS

CAREER HIGHS 46

(12/26/2006, New Orleans/Oklahoma City at Seattle)

Field Goals:

13

(3/26/2004, Chicago vs. Milwaukee)

Field Goal Attempts:

24

(1/4/2007, New Orleans/Oklahoma City vs. Detroit)

Three-Point Field Goals:

7

(3/26/2004, Chicago vs. Milwaukee)

Three-Point Attempts:

12

(3/26/2004, Chicago vs. Milwaukee) (12/1/2006, New Orleans/Oklahoma City vs. Chicago)

Free Throw Attempts:

11

(12/1/2006, New Orleans/Oklahoma City vs. Chicago)

Offensive Rebounds:

2

Defensive Rebounds:

11

(12/9/2006, New Orleans/Oklahoma City at Golden State)

Total Rebounds:

12

(12/9/2006, New Orleans/Oklahoma City at Golden State)

(17 times, last: 2/20/2012, Atlanta at Chicago)

9

(Three times, last: 4/7/2012, Atlanta at Chicago)

Steals:

5

(3/17/2010, Chicago at Dallas)

Turnovers:

6

(3/28/2007, New Orleans/Oklahoma City at San Antonio)

Blocked Shots:

2

(3/16/2004, Chicago at Cleveland)

34

(3/26/2004, Chicago vs. Milwaukee)

MISC.

Assists:

Points:

NBA

9

HISTORY

Minutes:

Free Throws:

RECORDS

04-05 CHI 5 76 18-51 .353 13-32 .406 3-5 .600 1-4

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Guard

6’3” / 190

April 11, 1986 Myrtle Beach, SC

Nevada

6


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PRO CAREER

HISTORY

Appeared in 61 games for the Bobcats, averaging a career-high 14.4 points, 3.8 assists and 2.8 rebounds in 27.1 minutes… Ranked 11th in the NBA in fast break points… Tied for 29th in the NBA in free-throw percentage (.839)… Scored in double figures in the first 12 games of the season, recording the second-longest double-figure scoring streak by a player to start his Bobcats career… Scored in double figures 49 times, including 12 games of 20 points or more… Led or tied for the team lead in scoring 10 times, in assists 16 times, in steals seven times and in blocks three times… Scored a season-high 27 points on Jan. 23 against Atlanta… Posted three games with at least 10 free throw attempts without a miss.

PLAYOFFS

2012-13

RECORDS

Signed with the Bobcats as a free agent on July 13, 2012… Has played in 384 career NBA games for the Bucks, Timberwolves, Cavaliers, Lakers and Bobcats with averages of 11.6 points, 4.8 assists and 3.1 rebounds in 25.6 minutes… Initially selected by Milwaukee with the 56th overall pick in the 2007 NBA Draft… Signed with Minnesota on as a free agent on September 14, 2009… Traded by Minnesota to Cleveland along with Ryan Hollins and a 2013 second-round draft pick on July 26, 2010, in exchange for Sebastian Telfair and Delonte West… Traded by Cleveland to the L.A. Lakers along with Christian Eyenga on March 15, 2012, in exchange for Luke Walton, Jason Kapono and a protected 2012 first-round draft pick… Played in 12 career postseason games, all for the Lakers in 2012, with averages of 9.7 points, 3.6 assists and 3.0 rebounds in 31.7 minutes… Also played in 24 D-League games in 2007-08 after being assigned by the Bucks to the Tulsa 66ers, averaging 21.1 points, 7.6 assists and 6.5 rebounds.

REGULAR SEASON STATISTICS

07-08

TEAM GP MIL

17

MIN 448

Field Goals Free Throws Rebounds FGM-FGA PCT 3FGM-3FGA PCT. FTM-FTA PCT. OR-DR TOT AST STL BS 51-117 .436

3-7 .429

32-41

.780

8-50

58 127

17

3

Averages TO PTS RPG APG PPG 36

137 3.4 7.5 8.1

NBA

YR

08-09 MIL 79 2172 345-775 .445 6-34 .176 281-354 .794 64-205 269 452 83 7 152 977 3.4 5.7 12.4 09-10 MIN 82 1732 253-555 .456 1-15 067 167-233 .717 58-156 214 258 55 5 137 674 2.6 3.1 8.2 10-11

CLE

81

2132

362-776 .466

3-15 .200

348-423 .823

46-209

255 419

60

8

178 1075 3.1 5.2 13.3

11-12 CLE/LAL 64 1707 242-565 .428 43-97 .443 194-248 .782 33-181 214 354 44 3 141 721 3.3 5.5 11.3 MISC.

12-13 CHA 61 1652 276-676 .408 33-107 .308 291-347 .839 27-142 169 230 48 7 104 876 2.8 3.8 14.4 TOTALS 384 9847 1529-3464 .441 89-275 .324 1313-1646 .798 236-943 1179 1840 307 33 748 4460 3.1 4.8 11.6 Personal Fouls-DQ: 2007-08, 26-0; 2008-09, 158-0; 2009-10, 137-0; 2010-11, 93-0; 2011-12, 100-0; 2012-13, 91-0. Totals: 605-0.

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PLAYERS 2011-12

2007-08

Appeared in 64 total games (23 starts) for the Cavaliers and Lakers, averaging 11.3 points, 5.5 assists and 3.3 rebounds in 26.7 minutes… Ranked 16th in the NBA in assists… Traded by Cleveland to the Lakers along with Christian Eyenga on March 15 in exchange for Luke Walton, Jason Kapono and a protected 2012 first-round draft pick…Saw action in 41 games (four starts) for the Cavaliers prior to the trade, averaging 10.5 points, 5.2 assists and 3.1 rebounds in 24.5 minutes… In 23 games (19 starts) with the Lakers after the trade, averaged 12.7 points, 6.2 assists and 3.8 rebounds in 30.5 minutes… For the season, scored in double figures 40 times, including four games of 20 points or more, and handed out double-figure assists six times… Tallied five double-doubles… Scored in double figures in 16 of 23 games with the Lakers… Scored a season-high 24 points and handed out 13 assists for the Cavaliers on Feb. 8 against the Clippers… Scored 12 points and handed out a season-high 16 assists on Feb. 10 against Milwaukee… Played in 12 playoff games for the Lakers, averaging 9.7 points, 3.6 assists and 3.0 rebounds in 31.7 minutes.

Appeared in 17 games (seven starts) for the Bucks as a rookie, averaging 8.1 points, 7.5 assists and 3.4 rebounds… Scored in double figures five times, including two games of 20 points or more, and handed out doublefigure assists six times, tallying three double-doubles… Scored 20 points and handed out a career-high and Bucks franchise record 24 assists on April 14 against Chicago, becoming the first player in team history to record 20 points and 20 assists in the same game… 24 assists was the third-highest single-game total by a rookie in NBA history. Scored a season-high 25 points and handed out 14 assists on April 16 at Minnesota…. Handed out double-figure assists in five straight games to end the season… Named Eastern Conference Rookie of the Month for April… Assigned by the Bucks to the Tulsa 66ers of the NBA D-League on Nov. 8… In 24 games (17 starts) with Tulsa, averaged 21.1 points, 7.6 assists and 6.5 rebounds… Named D-League Performer of the Week twice, for the weeks ending Nov. 26 and Jan. 28… Recorded a tripledouble with 26 points, 14 assists and 10 rebounds on Jan. 26 against Austin… Also recorded seven double-doubles… Scored a season-high 35 points on Jan. 24 against Dakota… Recalled by the Bucks on Feb. 1, but missed games from Feb. 2-23 due to a left hand fracture.

HISTORY

PLAYOFFS

RECORDS

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2010-11 Appeared in 81 games (38 starts) for the Cavaliers, averaging a career-high 13.3 points, 5.2 assists and 3.1 rebounds in 26.3 minutes… Scored a career-high 1,075 total points… Set career highs in field goal percentage (.466) and free-throw percentage (.823)… In 38 games as a starter, averaged 14.5 points and 5.9 assists in 31.0 minutes… In 43 games as a reserve, averaged 12.2 points and 4.5 assists, leading all NBA reserves (minimum 40 games) in assists and ranking eighth among reserves in scoring… Scored in double figures 42 times, including 15 games with 20 points or more and one game of 30 points or more… Handed out double-figure assists seven times, recording double-doubles in all seven games… Scored a season-high 32 points off the bench on Feb. 16 against the Lakers… Handed out a season-high 13 assists twice, on Jan. 28 against Denver and Feb. 7 at Dallas… Had a career-high five steals on Feb. 9 against Detroit… Recorded four games of 20 points or more and 10 assists or more, all of which came during the month of February… Led or tied for the team lead in points 15 times, assists 33 times and steals 15 times.

NBA MISC.

Played three seasons at Nevada, with career averages of 8.8 points, 4.9 assists and 4.2 rebounds… Ranks second in school history in assists (478) and ninth in steals (113)... As a junior in 2006-07, earned Second Team All-WAC honors after averaging 12.3 points, 4.7 assists and 4.7 rebounds… Ranked second in the WAC in assists… Scored 20 points or more five times, including a career-high-tying 23 points against New Mexico State… Was a finalist for the Bob Cousy Award… As a sophomore in 2005-06, averaged 4.7 points, 4.9 assists and 4.2 rebounds… Ranked second in the WAC in both assists and assist-to-turnover ratio (2.28)… As a freshman in 2004-05, averaged 9.0 points, 5.2 assists, 3.8 rebounds and 1.2 steals… Ranked third in the WAC in assists and sixth in steals… Set a school freshman record with 166 assists… Scored in double figures 14 times, including a career-high 23 points at Boise State… Named to the WAC All-Newcomer Team.

2009-10

PERSONAL

Appeared in all 82 games (one start) for the Timberwolves, averaging 8.2 points, 3.1 assists and 2.6 rebounds in 21.1 minutes… Scored in double figures 31 times, including two games with 20 points or more… Scored a season-high 23 points on Nov. 27 against Phoenix… Scored 13 points and handed out a season-high 10 assists on April 12 at San Antonio, recording the team’s only points/assists double-double on the season… Grabbed a season-high eight rebounds on two occasions, Nov. 2 at the Clippers and Dec. 26 against Washington… Led the team in assists 26 times.

First name is pronounced “ra-MAHN”… Has an older sister, Sheena Sessions… Named South Carolina 3A State Player of the Year three times while attending Myrtle Beach High School… Led his team to the 3A State Championship as a sophomore… Credits his mother, Ann, as the person who had the biggest influence on him… Favorite food is steak and potatoes… Says the one thing people wouldn’t know about him is that he has never swallowed a pill before… Enjoys relaxing, watching movies and listening to music in his spare time.

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COLLEGE

Appeared in 79 games (39 starts) for the Bucks, averaging 12.4 points, a team-high 5.7 assists and 3.4 rebounds in 27.5 minutes… Ranked 18th in the league in assists… Scored in double figures 53 times, including 12 games with 20 points or more and one game with 40 points or more… Handed out double-figure assists 10 times and grabbed double-figure rebounds once… Tallied nine double-doubles and one triple-double… Scored a career-high 44 points and handed out 12 assists on Feb. 7 against Detroit, setting career highs of 13 field goals, 18 free throws and 21 free-throw attempts… Scored 15 points and handed out a seasonhigh 17 assists on Feb. 11 against Indiana… Recorded his lone career triple-double with 16 points, 16 assists and a career-high 10 rebounds on April 1 against the Lakers... Led the Bucks in scoring nine times, in assists 43 times and in steals 20 times.

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PLAYERS

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YR 11-12

TEAM GP LAL

Field Goals Free Throws Rebounds FGM-FGA PCT 3FGM-3FGA PCT. FTM-FTA PCT. OR-DR TOT AST STL BS

Averages TO PTS RPG APG PPG

12

380

43-114 .377

4-25 .160

26-35

.743

3-33

36

43

4

1

22

116 3.0 3.6 9.7

12

380

43-114 .377

4-25 .160

26-35

.743

3-33

36

43

4

1

22

116 3.0 3.6 9.7

CAREER HIGHS 53

(4/16/2008, Milwaukee at Minnesota)

Field Goals:

13

(2/7/2009, Milwaukee vs. Detroit)

Field Goal Attempts:

20

(11/14/2012, Charlotte at Minnesota)

Three-Point Field Goals:

3

(Three times, last: 12/21/2012, Charlotte at Golden State)

Three-Point Attempts:

5

(Two times, last: 11/14/2012, Charlotte at Minnesota)

18

(2/7/2009, Milwaukee vs. Detroit)

Free Throw Attempts:

21

(2/7/2009, Milwaukee vs. Detroit)

Offensive Rebounds:

4

(Two times, last: 12/26/2009, Minnesota vs. Washington)

Defensive Rebounds:

8

(Three times, last: 1/21/2013, Charlotte vs. Houston)

10

(4/1/2009, Milwaukee vs. L.A. Lakers)

Assists:

24

(4/14/2008 Milwaukee vs. Chicago)

Steals:

5

(2/9/2011, Cleveland vs. Detroit)

Turnovers:

7

(3/21/2009, Milwaukee vs. Portland)

Blocked Shots:

2

(4/6/2008, Milwaukee at Indiana)

44

(2/7/2009, Milwaukee vs. Indiana)

Points:

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Forward

6’7� / 225

May 23, 1989 Norkopping, Sweden

Vanderbilt

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Selected by the Bobcats with the 31st overall pick in the 2012 NBA Draft… Played in 77 games with 29 starts as a rookie, averaging 6.1 points, 1.9 rebounds and 0.8 assists in 19.6 minutes… Named to the 2013 All-Summer League team after ranking third in the Las Vegas Summer League in scoring at 20.3 points per game… Played for the Swedish National Team in the FIBA European Championships in the summer of 2013, averaging a tournamenthigh 21.2 points in group play.

Played in 77 games with 29 starts as a rookie, averaging 6.1 points, 1.9 rebounds and 0.8 assists in 19.6 minutes… Ranked ninth among NBA rookies in three-point percentage (.344) and tied for 18th in scoring… Scored in double figures 17 times… Led or tied for the team lead in scoring once, in assists three times, in steals 11 times and in blocks four times… Scored a career-high 18 points on February 23 against Denver… Grabbed a career-high eight rebounds on December 22 against Denver… Recorded a career-high 39 minutes on December 5 against New York.

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REGULAR SEASON STATISTICS YR

TEAM GP

MIN

Field Goals Free Throws Rebounds FGM-FGA PCT 3FGM-3FGA PCT. FTM-FTA PCT. OR-DR TOT AST STL BS

HISTORY

2012-13

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PRO CAREER

Averages TO PTS RPG APG PPG

12-13 CHA 77 1507 172-399 .431 53-154 .344 75-103 .728 51-99 150 63 47 15 48 472 1.9 0.8 6.1 Personal Fouls-DQ: 2012-13, 136-1: Totals: 136-1..

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TOTALS 77 1507 172-399 .431 53-154 .344 75-103 .728 51-99 150 63 47 15 48 472 1.9 0.8 6.1

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COLLEGE Finished career ranked second on Vanderbilt’s all-time scoring list (1,897), sixth in rebounding (752) and eighth in steals (146), becoming the only player in school history to rank in the top 10 in all three categories… Named First Team All-SEC as a senior in 2011-12 and Second Team All-SEC as both a sophomore and junior (2009-10 and 2010-11), while also earning SEC All-Defensive Team honors in each of the three seasons… Started 133 of 134 career games for the Commodores… Scored in double figures in 103 of 134 career games, including 21 games of 20 points or more, and recorded 10 career double-doubles… As a senior in 2011-12, averaged 16.1 points, 5.6 rebounds, 1.7 assists and 1.3 steals in 32.1 minutes per game, ranking third in the conference in scoring, fifth in field goal percentage (.493), eighth in minutes played, 11th in three-point field goals (66) and 15th in rebounding… As a junior in 2010-11, averaged 14.7 points, 5.5 rebounds, 2.4 assists and 1.0 steal in 31.7 minutes… As a sophomore in 2009-10, averaged 13.3 points, 5.2 rebounds, 1.7 assists and 1.1 steals in 26.8 minutes… As a freshman in 2008-09, earned SEC All-Freshman Team honors after averaging 12.2 points, 6.2 rebounds, 1.7 assists and 0.9 steals in 26.0 minutes, ranking fourth among SEC freshmen in scoring… In the summer of 2008, played for the Swedish National Team in the FIBA Under-20 European Division B Championships, averaging 19.4 points, 9.3 rebounds and 2.8 assists in eight games. PERSONAL

PLAYERS

The son of Jeff and Pia Taylor... Has three sisters, Michaela, Melanie and Vanessa, and two brothers, Marques and Vincent… Father Jeff played at Texas Tech and in the NBA for the Rockets and Pistons before playing professionally in Sweden, where he still lives… Majored in sociology at Vanderbilt.

CAREER HIGHS

Field Goals: Field Goal Attempts:

7 13

(12/5/2012, Charlotte vs. New York) (2/23/2013, Charlotte vs. Denver) (Two times, last: 2/23/2013, Charlotte vs. Denver)

4

(11/23/2012, Charlotte vs. Atlanta)

Three-Point Attempts:

6

(11/23/2012, Charlotte vs. Atlanta)

Free Throws:

4

(Five times, last: 4/9/2013, Charlotte at Memphis)

Free Throw Attempts:

6

(Two times, last: 2/23/2013, Charlotte vs. Denver)

Offensive Rebounds:

3

(Four times, last: 3/24/2013, Charlotte at Miami)

Defensive Rebounds:

5

(12/22/2012, Charlotte at Denver)

Total Rebounds:

8

(12/22/2012, Charlotte at Denver)

Assists:

4

(Three times, last: 1/30/2013, Charlotte at San Antonio)

Steals:

4

(11/26/2012, Charlotte at Oklahoma City)

Turnovers:

4

(2/23/2013, Charlotte vs. Denver)

Blocked Shots:

2

(Two times, last: 2/23/2013, Charlotte vs. Denver)

Points:

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39

Three-Point Field Goals:

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(2/23/2013, Charlotte vs. Denver)


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6’8” / 240

June 1, 1985 Springfield, MO

Creighton University

5


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PLAYOFFS

Signed with the Bobcats as a free agent on August 19, 2013… Has played in 243 career NBA games for the Spurs, Trail Blazers, Warriors, Timberwolves and Hawks, with averages of 6.1 points and 4.0 rebounds in 19.9 minutes… Was not selected in the 2007 NBA Draft… Signed with the Spurs on July 23, 2008… Waived by the Spurs on Jan. 7, 2009… Signed with the Trail Blazers on Dec. 17, 2009… Waived by the Trail Blazers on Dec. 29, 2009… Signed the first of two 10-day contracts with the Warriors on Jan. 17, 2010, before signing for the remainder of the season… Signed with the Timberwolves on Aug. 9, 2010… Signed with the Hawks on Sept. 27, 2012… Has also played in 56 career games in the NBA D-League with the Iowa Energy, Austin Toros and Idaho Stampede, averaging 14.9 points, 8.1 rebounds, 1.6 assists, 1.1 steals and 1.1 blocks in 32.6 minutes. 2012-13

HISTORY

Appeared in 62 games (11 starts) for the Hawks, averaging 4.1 points and 2.5 rebounds and in 27.1 minutes… Shot .863 from the free-throw line (44-51)… Scored in double figures five times, including one game with 20 points or more… Scored a season-high 21 points, including a career-high five three-point field goals, and grabbed a season-high eight rebounds on March 6 against Philadelphia… Played in six postseason games, with averages of 4.0 points and 1.5 rebounds in 11.3 minutes.

REGULAR SEASON STATISTICS TEAM GP

MIN

Field Goals Free Throws Rebounds FGM-FGA PCT 3FGM-3FGA PCT. FTM-FTA PCT. OR-DR TOT AST STL BS

08-09 SAS 19 208 19-65 .292 9-41 .220 5-10 .500 12-29

41 17 5 1

Averages TO PTS RPG APG PPG 7 52 2.2 0.9 2.7

NBA

YR

09-10 POR/GSW 46 1427 193-449 .430 50-152 .329 103-134 .769 84-236 320 87 32 33 46 539 7.0 1.9 11.7 10-11

MIN

65

1362

141-313 .450 47-115 .409

105-131 .802

92-203

295

82

28 28

49

434 4.5 1.3 6.7

11-12 MIN 51 882 71-182 .390 25-101 .248 41-55 .745 50-103 153 22 18 19 35 208 3.0 0.4 4.1 TOTALS 243 4842 506-1225 .413 176-542 .325 298-381 .782 269-695 964 1840 98 93 173 1486 4.0 1.0 6.1

MISC.

12-13 ATL 62 963 82-216 .380 45-133 .338 44-51 .863 31-124 155 32 15 12 36 253 2.5 0.5 4.1 Personal Fouls-DQ: 2008-09, 16-0; 2009-10, 128-0; 2010-11, 145-0; 2011-12, 86-0; 2012-13, 66-0. Totals: 441-0.

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FRONT OFFICE

PLAYERS 2011-12

COLLEGE

Appeared in 51 games for the Timberwolves, averaging 4.1 points and 3.0 rebounds in 17.3 minutes… Scored in double figures nine times, including a season-high 23 points on 9-13 shooting on March 23 at Oklahoma City… Grabbed double-figure rebounds once and tallied one doubledouble, recording 11 points and 11 rebounds on March 28 at Charlotte.

Played four seasons at Creighton University, appearing in 124 games with career averages of 8.1 points, 4.9 rebounds, 1.1 assists and 1.1 blocks in 21.5 minutes… Shot .461 from the field and .435 from beyond the threepoint line… Named First Team All-Missouri Valley Conference as a senior in 2006-07 after averaging 13.4 points, 6.7 rebounds, 1.9 assists and 1.7 blocks in 33 games played… Scored in double figures 29 times… Also named to the MVC All-Tournament Team… As a junior, named Second Team All-MVC after averaging 13.2 points, 6.7 rebounds and 1.6 blocks, while shooting .515 from the field… Recipient of the National Strength & Conditioning Association All-American Athlete of the Year Award for his work in the weight room… As a sophomore, appeared in 34 games (30 starts), averaging 4.2 points and 4.4 rebounds in 17.1 minutes.

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BBALL OPS

2010-11 Appeared in a career-high 65 games (four starts) for the Timberwolves, averaging 6.7 points and 4.5 rebounds in 21.0 minutes… Shot career bests of .450 from the field (141-313) and .409 from beyond the three-point line (47-115)… Scored in double figures 18 times, including one game with 20 points or more… Grabbed double-figure rebounds six times… Tallied three double-doubles… Scored a season-high 22 points and grabbed 10 rebounds on April 11 at Phoenix… Scored 16 points, grabbed a season-high 15 rebounds and tied a career high with four blocks on March 27 against Boston… Handed out a career-high six assists on Nov. 5 against Atlanta.

PLAYOFFS

RECORDS

12-13 REVIEW

2009-10 Played in 46 total games with the Trail Blazers and Warriors, averaging 11.7 points, 7.0 rebounds and 1.9 assists 31.0 minutes… Signed with the Trail Blazers on Dec. 19 and played a total of four minutes in two games before being waived on Dec. 29… Signed the first of two 10-day contracts with the Warriors on Jan. 17, before signing for the remainder of the season… In 44 games played for the Warriors (29 starts), averaged 12.3 points, 7.3 rebounds and 2.0 assists in 32.3 minutes… Scored in double figures 29 times, with five games of 20 points or more and two games of 30 points or more… Grabbed double-figure rebounds 13 times… Recorded 12 double-doubles… Scored a career-high 34 points on 14-22 shooting on April 7 at Minnesota… Scored 30 points on 11-19 shooting on March 17 against New Orleans… Grabbed a career-high 21 rebounds on March 27 against Dallas, adding 10 points… Tallied 19 points on 7-12 shooting and 15 rebounds in a career-high 48 minutes on April 14 at Portland… Scored in double figures in 14 straight games to end the season… Also played in 14 D-League games for the Idaho Stampede, averaging 21.4 points, 11.4 rebounds, 2.5 assists, 1.3 steals and 1.2 blocks in 37.5 minutes.

NBA

HISTORY

2008-09 Appeared in 19 games for the Spurs as a rookie, averaging 2.7 points and 2.2 rebounds in 10.9 minutes… Posted season highs of nine points and six rebounds on Nov. 12 at Milwaukee… Also played in a total of 17 D-League games for the Austin Toros and Iowa Energy… In six games for Austin, averaged 17.8 points, 7.8 rebounds and 2.8 assists in 38.3 minutes, while shooting .500 from the field (36-72) and .488 from beyond the three-point line (21-43)… In 11 games for Iowa, averaged 12.6 points, 8.1 rebounds and 1.5 assists in 35.2 minutes. 2007-08

MISC.

Appeared in 25 games for the Iowa Energy in the NBA D-League, averaging 11.6 points and 6.4 rebounds in 27.4 minutes… Shot .509 from the field (112-220).

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Personal Full name is Anthony Lamar Tolliver... Is the son of Johnny Tolliver and Donna Lewis... Has six sisters (Leslie, RaVonda, Angela, JaVonna, Suzie and Armani)... Earned his degree in finance from Creighton while carrying a 3.53 GPA… Named to the Dean’s List all four years… Named to the Missouri Valley Conference Honor Roll and was a 10-time MVC Scholar Athlete of the Week... Named a Senior CLASS Award All-American and a Second Team CoSIDA Academic All-American as a senior in 2006-07.


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12-13

TEAM GP ATL

TOTALS

MIN

Field Goals FGM-FGA PCT 3FGM-3FGA PCT.

Free Throws Rebounds FTM-FTA PCT. OR-DR TOT AST STL BS

TO

Averages PTS RPG APG PPG

6

68

8-14

.571

7-11 .636

1-3

.333

3-6

9

1

1

1

1

24 1.5

.2 4.0

6

68

8-14

.571

7-11 .636

1-3

.333

3-6

9

1

1

1

1

24 1.5

.2 4.0

Minutes:

48

(4/14/2010, Golden State at Portland)

Field Goals:

14

(4/7/2010, Golden State at Minnesota)

Field Goal Attempts:

22

(4/7/2010, Golden State at Minnesota)

5

(3/6/2013, Atlanta vs. Philadelphia)

Three-Point Attempts:

8

(Two times, last: 3/17/2010, Golden State vs. New Orleans)

11

(3/31/2010, Golden State at Utah)

Free Throw Attempts:

12

(3/31/2010, Golden State at Utah)

Offensive Rebounds:

8

(3/27/2010, Golden State vs. Dallas)

Defensive Rebounds:

13

(3/27/2010, Golden State vs. Dallas)

Total Rebounds:

21

(3/27/2010, Golden State vs. Dallas)

Assists:

6

(11/5/2010 Minnesota vs. Atlanta)

Steals:

4

(3/17/2010, Golden State vs. New Orleans)

Turnovers:

4

(3/28/2012, Minnesota at Charlotte)

Blocked Shots:

4

(Two times, last: 3/27/2011, Minnesota vs. Boston)

34

MISC.

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(4/7/2010, Golden State at Minnesota)

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Guard

6’1” / 184

May 8, 1990 Bronx, NY

Connecticut

2


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TEAM GP

MIN

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HISTORY

Started all 82 games for the Bobcats… Averaged career highs of 17.7 points, 5.7 assists and 2.0 steals along with 3.5 rebounds in 34.9 minutes… Set a franchise single-season record with 160 steals…. Ranked fifth in the NBA in steals, 20th in steals per turnover (0.8), tied for 21st in scoring and 25th in assists… Scored in double figures 74 times, including 30 games of 20 points or more and four games of 30 points or more… Handed out 10 or more assists five times… Recorded five double-doubles… For the second straight season, was the only Bobcats player to play in every game... Led or tied for the team lead in scoring 33 times, in rebounds three times, in assists 65 times, in steals 46 times and in blocks seven times… Recorded four double-figure scoring streaks of at least 10 games, including a pair of career-long 18-game streaks from Dec. 29-Feb. 4 and March 3-April 5… Scored a career-high 35 points on Jan. 21 against Houston... Scored 34 points on a career-high 13 field goals on March 27 against Orlando… Scored 23 points and handed out a career-high 13 assists on Apr. 15 against New York… Had a career-high and franchise-record-tying eight steals on Nov. 10 against Dallas… Played in the 2013 BBVA Rising Stars Challenge at All-Star Weekend, posting eight points, eight assists, two steals, one rebound and one block in 20 minutes.

PLAYOFFS

Selected by the Bobcats with the ninth overall pick in the 2011 NBA Draft… Appeared in 148 games with the Bobcats, averaging 15.2 points, 3.5 rebounds, 5.1 assists and 1.5 steals in 31.4 minutes… Set a Bobcats franchise record for steals in a season with 160 in 2012-13… Played in the 2012 and 2013 BBVA Rising Stars Challenges at All-Star Weekend…Recorded a double-double in the 2012 contest, tallying 10 points, a game-high 10 assists, five rebounds and two steals in 25 minutes… In 2013, totaled eight points, eight assists, two steals, one rebound and one block in 20 minutes… Participated in the 2013 USA Basketball Men’s National Team Mini-Camp.

Averages TO PTS RPG APG PPG

11-12 CHA 66 1792 281-767 .366 69-226 .305 168-213 .789 30-204 234 289 60 20 119 799 3.5 4.4 12.1 TOTALS 148 4651 807-2011 .401 176-558 .315 464-584 .795 90-517 517 760 220 51 319 2254 3.5 5.1 15.2

MISC.

12-13 CHA 82 2859 526-1244 .423 107-332 .322 296-371 .798 60-223 283 471 160 31 200 1455 3.5 5.7 17.7 Personal Fouls-DQ: 2011-12, 79-0, 2012-13, 153-1. Totals: 232-1.

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2011-12 Appeared in 66 games as a rookie for the Bobcats, with 25 starts… Averaged 12.2 points, 3.5 rebounds, 4.4 assists and 0.9 steals in 27.2 minutes… Ranked 29th in the NBA in assists… Ranked third among NBA rookies in assists, fifth in scoring, seventh in free-throw percentage (.789), seventh in minutes played, ninth in steals and tied for 19th in rebounding… Was the only Bobcats player to see action in every game… Recorded the only triple-double by a rookie on the season and the third in Bobcats history with 20 points, 11 assists and 10 rebounds on Jan. 28 vs. Washington… Scored in double figures 44 times, including nine games of 20 or more… Recorded double-figure assists two times and double-figure rebounding once… Led the Bobcats in scoring nine times, in rebounds four times, in assists 26 times, in steals 21 times and in blocks six times… Was one of nine rookies selected to play in the 2012 BBVA Rising Stars Challenge at All-Star Weekend and recorded a double-double in the contest, tallying 10 points, a game-high 10 assists, five rebounds and two steals in 25 minutes… Scored a career-high 23 points on Jan. 14 against Golden State… Scored 13 points and tied a season high with 11 assists on April 22 against Sacramento for his second double-double of the season… Scored in double figures in six straight games twice (Feb. 11-22 and April 3-10)… Averaged 14.7 points, 5.0 rebounds and 4.9 assists in 25 starts. COLLEGE: Played three seasons at the University of Connecticut, averaging 16.1 points, 4.4 rebounds, 4.1 assists and 1.7 steals in 111 career games… Led the Huskies to the 2011 NCAA Championship and earned Final Four Most Outstanding Player honors after averaging 23.5 points, 6.0 rebounds and 5.6 assists in six NCAA Tournament Games… As a junior in 2010-11, earned Consensus First Team All-America honors after averaging 23.5 points, 5.4 rebounds, 4.5 assists and 1.9 steals in 37.6 minutes in 41 games played… Received the Bob Cousy Award as the nation’s top point

guard… Was one of only two players in the nation to average at least 20 points, five rebounds and four assists… Named First Team All-Big East… Named Big East Tournament Most Outstanding Player after setting a new tournament record with 130 points in five games… Set UConn single-season records with 965 points, 316 field goals, 258 free throws and 1,543 minutes played… Ranked fourth nationally and second in the Big East in scoring… Led the Big East in minutes played, ranked third in steals, ranked eighth in assists and ranked ninth in both free-throw percentage and assist-to-turnover ratio… Scored in double figures in 40 of 41 games, tallying 20 points or more 27 times, including a school-record 11 games of 30 points or more… Scored a career-high 42 points on Nov. 17 against Vermont, tying an XL Center record… Recorded his first career triple-double with 24 points, a career-high 13 rebounds and 10 assists on Dec. 3 against UMBC… As a sophomore in 2009-10, averaged 14.6 points, 5.1 assists, 4.3 rebounds and 2.1 steals in 35.3 minutes per game… Named Third Team All-Big East and to the NIT All-Tournament Team… Led the Big East in steals, ranked second in assists and ranked seventh in minutes played… Scored in double figures in 27 of 34 games, including five games with 20 points or more, and tallied three doubledoubles… As a freshman in 2008-09, averaged 8.9 points, 3.5 rebounds, 2.9 assists and 1.1 steals in 25.2 minutes per game… Named to the Big East All-Rookie Team… Scored in double figures 11 times, including four games of 20 points or more… Named to the West Region All-Tournament Team during the NCAA Tournament after scoring a game-high 23 points in the Elite Eight win over Missouri. PERSONAL: Full name is Kemba Hudley Walker… The son of Paul and Andrea Walker... Has three siblings, Sharifa Nesbitt, Akil Nesbitt and Keya Edwards… Majored in sociology at the University of Connecticut… During the summer of 2010, was one of 10 collegiate athletes named to the USA Select Team that trained with the U.S. National Team from August 10-13 in preparation for the 2010 FIBA World Championships.

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HISTORY

PLAYOFFS

CAREER HIGHS Minutes:

47

(11/24/2012, Charlotte at Washington)

Field Goals:

13

(3/27/2013, Charlotte at Orlando)

Field Goal Attempts:

26

(4/6/2012, Charlotte at Milwaukee)

Three-Point Field Goals:

6

(1/21/2013, Charlotte vs. Houston)

Three-Point Attempts:

9

(Three times, last: 3/9/2013, Charlotte at Washington)

Free Throws:

11

(Two times, last: 4/1/2013, Charlotte at Milwaukee)

Free Throw Attempts:

13

(4/1/2013, Charlotte at Milwaukee)

Offensive Rebounds:

4

(1/11/2013, Charlotte at Toronto)

Defensive Rebounds:

8

(Two times, last: 1/26/2013, Charlotte vs. Minnesota)

Total Rebounds:

10

(1/28/2012, Charlotte vs. Washington)

Assists:

13

(4/15/2013, Charlotte vs. New York)

Steals:

8

(11/10/2012, Charlotte vs. Dallas)

Turnovers:

7

(4/20/2012, Charlotte vs. Memphis)

Blocked Shots:

3

(Two times, last: 1/12/2013, Charlotte at Indiana)

MISC.

Points:

82

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35

(1/21/2013, Charlotte vs. Houston)


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Selected by the Bobcats with the fourth overall pick in the 2013 NBA Draft… Named to the 2013 All-Summer League team after averaging 16.3 points and 9.3 rebounds during the NBA Summer League in Las Vegas.

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HISTORY

Played in 72 games over two seasons at Indiana, averaging 16.1 points, 7.3 rebounds, 1.3 assists, 1.2 steals and 1.2 blocks in 29.0 minutes… Indiana’s career leader in field goal percentage (.591)… Named First Team All-Big Ten and Second Team AP All-American as a sophomore… Also named to the John R. Wooden All-America Team, as well as First Team All-American by Basketball Times and Sports Illustrated and Second Team All-American by the USBWA and NABC… Led the Big Ten in free throws and free throw attempts, ranked second in total rebounds, offensive rebounds and defensive rebounds, fourth in scoring and field goals, fifth in field goal percentage and seventh in blocks… Earned Capital One First Team Academic All-American and Academic All-Big Ten honors… As a freshman, named Big Ten Freshman of the Year and earned consensus Freshman All-America honors… Also named Honorable Mention AP All-American… Shot .623 from the field as a freshman, ranking first in the Big Ten, fourth in the nation and second all-time at Indiana… Also ranked second in the conference in free throws and free throw attempts, third in offensive rebounds, fifth in blocks, sixth in total rebounds, seventh in field goals and steals, eighth in scoring and ninth in defensive rebounds.

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RECORDS

As a sophomore at Indiana, named First Team All-Big Ten and Second Team AP All-American after averaging 16.5 points, 8.1 rebounds, 1.3 assists and 1.3 blocks… Led the Big Ten in free throws and free throw attempts, ranked second in total rebounds, offensive rebounds and defensive rebounds, fourth in scoring and field goals, fifth in field goal percentage and seventh in blocks… Led Indiana in scoring, rebounding and blocks… Named to the John R. Wooden All-America Team… Also named First Team All-American by Basketball Times and Sports Illustrated and Second Team All-American by the USBWA and NABC…Helped lead Indiana to its first outright Big Ten regular season championship since 1993… Earned Capital One First Team Academic All-American and Academic All-Big Ten honors.

PERSONAL

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Full name is Cody Allen Zeller… The son of Steve and Lorri Zeller… Oldest brother Luke played at Notre Dame and spent part of the 2012-13 season with the Phoenix Suns… Older brother Tyler played collegiately at North Carolina and currently plays for the Cleveland Cavaliers… Uncle Al Eberhard played four seasons in the NBA for the Detroit Pistons… Majoring in business at Indiana.

COLLEGE STATISTICS FIELD GOALS FREE THROWS REBOUNDS TEAM GP MIN FGM-FGA PCT 3FGM-3FGA PCT. FTM-FTA PCT. OR-DR TOT AST STL BS

AVERAGES TO PTS RPG APG PPG

2011-12 IU 36 1025 200-321 .623 0-0 163-216 .755 87-149 236 45 49 42 60 563 6.6 1.3 15.6 2012-13 IU

36 1063 199-354 .562

0-2

.000 196-259 .757 102-188 290

47 37 45 81 594 8.1 1.3 16.5

TOTALS

72 2088 399-675 .591

0-2

.000 359-475 .756 189-337 526

92 86 87 141 1157 7.3 1.3 16.1

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Final Roster & Records

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Front Row (L-R): Kemba Walker, Ben Gordon, Reggie Williams, Assistant Coach Dan Leibovitz, Assistant Coach Rick Brunson, Head Coach Mike Dunlap, Assistant Coach Brian Winters, Assistant Coach Stephen Silas, Gerald Henderson, Ramon Sessions, Jannero Pargo; Back Row (L-R): Assistant Equipment Manager James McCullough, Assistant Athletic Trainer Dennis Williams, Head Athletic Trainer Steve Stricker, Strength & Conditioning Coach Matt Friia, Michael Kidd-Gilchrist, Jeff Adrien, Josh McRoberts, DeSagana Diop, Brendan Haywood, Byron Mullens, Tyrus Thomas, Bismack Biyombo, Jeffery Taylor, Manager of Advance Scouting & Video Drew Perry, Basketball Operations Assistant Rick Higgins, Basketball Operations Assistant Joey Levin

2012-13 Final Roster

Record: 21-61

No. 4 0 2 8 33 9 14 11 22 5 7 44 12 15 55

Pos. F F/C C G C G F F F/C G G F F G G

Player Jeff Adrien Bismack Biyombo DeSagana Diop Ben Gordon Brendan Haywood Gerald Henderson Michael Kidd-Gilchrist Josh McRoberts Byron Mullens Jannero Pargo Ramon Sessions Jeffery Taylor Tyrus Thomas Kemba Walker Reggie Williams

Home: 15-26

Ht. 6-7 6-9 7-0 6-3 7-0 6-5 6-7 6-10 7-0 6-1 6-3 6-7 6-10 6-1 6-6

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Road: 6-35 Birthdate 2/10/86 8/28/92 1/30/82 4/4/83 11/27/79 12/9/87 9/26/93 2/28/87 2/14/89 10/22/79 4/11/86 5/23/89 8/17/86 5/8/90 9/14/86

Overtime: 3-1 Prior to NBA/Home Country Connecticut/USA

Yrs Pro 2 Fuenlabrada (Spain)/Dem. Rep. of Congo 1 Oak Hill Academy (VA)/Senegal 11 Connecticut/England 8 North Carolina/USA 11 Duke/USA 3 Kentucky/USA R Duke/USA 5 Ohio State/USA 3 Arkansas/USA 8 Nevada/USA 5 Vanderbilt/Sweden R Louisiana State/USA 6 Connecticut/USA 1 Virginia Military Institute/USA 3

Head Coach: Mike Dunlap (Loyola Marymount) Assistant Coaches: Brian Winters (South Carolina), Rick Brunson (Temple), Stephen Silas (Brown), Dan Leibovitz (Pennsylvania)

Head Athletic Trainer: Steve Stricker (Iowa State) Strength & Conditioning Coach: Matt Friia (Ithaca) Assistant Athletic Trainer: Dennis Williams (South Carolina)

Conference Records

Records By Month

Overall Home Road Overtime Eastern 18-34 13-13 5-21 2-0 Western 3-27 2-13 1-14 1-1

Overall Home Road Overtime November 7-8 5-4 2-4 2-0 December 1-15 0-8 1-7 0-1 January 3-11 1-6 2-5 1-0 February 2-10 1-4 1-6 0-0 March 4-12 4-3 0-9 0-0 April 4-5 4-1 0-4 0-0

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Wt. 245 245 280 200 263 215 232 240 275 185 190 225 225 184 205

Overall Home Road Overtime Atlantic 6-12 6-3 0-9 0-0 Central 6-12 4-5 2-7 1-0 Southeast 6-10 3-5 3-5 1-0 Southwest 1-9 1-4 0-5 1-0 Northwest 2-8 1-4 1-4 0-1 Pacific 0-10 0-5 0-5 0-0

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Playoff Results: None NBA Honors: Michael Kidd-Gilchrist, Second Team All-Rookie; Michael Kidd-Gilchrist, Eastern Conference Rookie of the Month (November 2012)


GAME-BY-GAME Charlotte Charlotte High Scorer High Rebounder

Charlotte High Assist

Opponent Opponent High Scorer High Rebounder

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Walker (30) Haywood (9) Sessions (4) Stepphenson (15) Mahinmi (8) Sessions (22) Haywood (11) Sessions/Walker (5) Mayo (30) Marion (9) Mullens (24) Kidd-Gilchrist/Mullens (8) Sessions (9) Brown (24) Beasley (15) Gordon (34) Biyombo (13) Walker (6) Anderson (25) Davis (11) Walker (26) Mullens (14) Walker (7) Mayo (22) Wright (8) Sessions (21) Haywood (11) Mullens/Taylor (4) Ariza (19) Okafor (9) Walker (22) Mullens (15) Walker (5) Kirilenko (26) Kirilenko (12) Mullens (18) Mullens (9) Walker (8) Conley (20) Randolph (12) Sessions (23) Haywood (11) Tied with 4 (4) Ellis (31) Udoh (6) Walker (19) Mullens/Biyombo (8) Walker(7) Bargnani(25) Valanciunas (10) Sessions (22) Mullens (8) Walker (8) Horford (26) Horford(13) Mullens (27) Mullens/Kidd-Gilchrist (8) Walker (9) Webster (21) Singleton (12) Taylor (10) Diop (9) Higgins (3) Durant (18) Thabeet (10) Gordon (26) Haywood (11) Sessions (8) Smith (17) Smith (13) Gordon (19) Kidd-Gilchrist (8) Walker (9) Turner (25) Turner/Allen (10) Gordon (29) Mullens (12) Sessions (9) Aldridge (25) Aldridge/Batum (13) Walker (25) Biyombo (12) Walker (11) Anthony (23) Chandler (17) Henderson (19) Kidd-Gilchrist (11) Walker (6) Ilyasova (21) Ilyasova (12) Walker (23) Biyombo (8) Kidd-Gilchrist (6) Green (23) De Colo (8) Walker (24) Biyombo (11) Sessions/Walker (6) Curry (27) Lee (11) Mullens (19) Biyombo (9) Walker (6) Griffin/Barnes/Paul (19) Odom (9) Henderson (17) Kidd-Gilchrist/Biyombo(6) Walker (6) Harris (20) Johnson (8) Walker (32) Biyombo (9) Walker (7) Davis/Afflalo (20) Vucevic (13) Walker (28) Mullens (17) Walker (7) Bryant (30) Howard (18) Walker (27) Kidd-Gilchrist (12) Walker (6) Brown (26) Gortat (9) Henderson (23) Biyombo (14) Walker (6) Curry (27) Lee (11) Sessions (23) Mullens (14) Walker/Mullens (4) Koufos (16) Faried (9) Walker (27) Biyombo (10) Walker (6) Wade (29) James (12) Warrick (13) Haywood(8) Henderson (4) Lopez (26) Evans (13) Kidd-Gilchrist (22) Warrick (10) Walker (9) Gordon (24) Davis (10) Walker (18) Biyombo (11) Walker (6) Deng (20) Boozer (14) Gordon (27) Kidd-Gilchrist (9) Sessions (6) Irving (33) Thompson (13) Walker (20) Biyombo (17) Walker (7) Prince (21) Monroe (14) Gordon (20) Kidd-Gilchrist/Warrick (8) Walker (6) Jefferson (26) Jefferson (8) 3 players tied (12) Adrien (9) Sessions/Williams (3) Anderson (16) Fields (11) Gordon (21) Kidd-Gilchrist (8) Sessions (6) Hill (19) West (12) Sessions/Warrick (16) Kidd-Gilchrist (8) Walker (4) Pierce (19) Garnett/Rondo (10) Henderson (15) Biyombo/Adrien (6) Henderson (3) Hibbert (18) George (10) Walker (25) Walker (8) Sessions (7) Afflalo (23) Vucevic (9) Sessions (16) Haywood (7) Walker (10) Thornton (18) Cousins (10) Walker (35) Biyombo (9) Sessions/Walker (5) Harden (29) Morris/Asik (8) Sessions (27) Biyombo (10) Sessions/Walker (5) Smith (30) Johnson (15) Walker (25) Biyombo (13) Walker (8) Ridnour (22) Stiemsma/Ridnour (7) Gordon/Walker (18) Adrien (10) Walker (6) Butler (19) Noah (18) Sessions (20) Adrien/Walker (6) Taylor/Walker (4) Parker (22) Baynes (9) Walker (24) Adrien (7) Sessions (6) Parsons/Patterson (24) Asik (15) Sessions (18) Mullens/Biyombo (9) Gordon (4) James (31) Wade (12) Mullens (15) Biyombo (8) Walker (4) Irving (22) Speights (10) Henderson/Mullens(20) Mullens (12) Walker (8) Bryant (20) Howard (11) Session (20) Haywood (7) Sessions/Walker (4) Holiday (20) Allen (9) Mullens (25) Mullens (18) Walker (6) Green (18) Garnett (13) Mullens (19) Biyombo (16) Walker (6) George (23) George (12) Henderson/Walker (24) Mullens (12) Walker (7) Vucevic/Afflalo (18) Nicholson (12) Walker (24) Biyombo (8) Sessions (8) Knight (21) Villanueva (9) Walker (27) Biyombo (12) Mullens (3) Gibson (17) Boozer (10) Walker (24) Biyombo (9) Walker (5) Lawson (20) Koufos (6) Henderson (24) Mullens (8) Walker (5) Griffin (24) Butler (7) Mullens (12) Mullens (7) Walker (7) Kanter (23) Kanter (22) Henderson/Mullens(22) McRoberts (6) Walker (6) Salmons (22) Thompson (14) Sessions (18) Kidd-Gilchrist (10) Walker (11) Aldridge (23) Aldridge (14) Kidd-Gilchrist (17) McRoberts (6) Walker (8) J.Johnson (22) Evans (15) Henderson (21) Adrien (6) Henderson/Williams (5) Durant (19) Thabeet (8) Walker (29) Haywood/Biyombo (7) Walker (6) Ariza (26) Ariza/Okafor (10) Henderson (35) McRoberts (10) Walker (4) Green (14) Bass (7) Henderson (22) McRoberts (9) Walker (5) Gay (28) Johnson (21) Pargo (18) McRoberts (10) Walker (4) Terry (15) Garnett (8) Henderson (27) Kidd-Gilchrist (7) Henderson (8) Wall (25) Okafor (8) Mullens (25) McRoberts (12) Walker (8) Gay (25) Johnson (10) Walker (25) Biyombo (10) Pargo/Walker (3) Villanueva (18) Monroe (9) Walker (20) Biyombo (11) Walker (3) James (32) James (8) Henderson/Walker (34) McRoberts (8) Walker (9) Harris (29) O’Quinn (11) Henderson (35) Biyombo (9) Walker (8) J.Smith (37) Anthony (11) Kidd-Gilchrist (21) Kidd-Gilchrist (9) Walker (9) Turner (22) Young (10) Walker (27) McRoberts (10) Walker (6) Sanders (24) Sanders (13) Henderson (24) McRoberts (16) Walker (10) Wilkins (20) Wilkins (9) Kidd-Gilchrist (18) Kidd-Gilchrist (14) Walker (4) Miller (26) Bosh/Andersen (8) Gordon (27) Biyombo (10) Henderson (5) D.Williams (32) Evans (20) Walker (19) Biyombo (12) Walker (3) Conley (20) Randolph (13) Walker (28) Biyombo (8) Walker (6) Jerebko (21) Drummond (9) Walker (21) Biyombo (17) McRoberts (9) Dunleavy (19) Henson (11) Henderson (27) Biyombo (11) Walker (13) Copeland (32) Coepland/White (7) Walker (24) McRoberts (8) Walker (7) Irving (24) Thompson (10)

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W1 L1 L2 L3 W1 W2 W3 L1 W1 W2 L1 W1 L1 L2 L3 L4 L5 L6 L7 L8 L9 L10 L11 L12 L13 L14 L15 L16 L17 L18 W1 L1 W1 L1 L2 L3 L4 L5 W1 L1 L2 L3 W1 L1 L2 L3 L4 L5 L6 L7 W1 L1 W1 L1 L2 L3 L4 L5 L6 L7 L8 L9 L10 W1 L1 L2 W1 W2 L1 L2 W1 L1 L2 L3 W1 L1 L2 L3 L4 W1 W2 W3

HISTORY

19,124 19,490 13,905 12,668 15,763 11,139 12,272 16,541 11,248 15,240 17,868 13,077 18,202 10,162 13,202 12,640 18,097 13,371 17,321 13,169 16,786 13,090 16,217 18,997 13,308 19,596 17,555 19,602 17,732 18,110 21,986 15,576 11,963 13.347 14,373 13,656 18624 12,996 16,296 17,012 16,108 12,534 15,397 21,308 18,581 15,494 19,600 13,264 19,624 15,048 15,709 11,707 10,037 13,112 17,870 18,481 19,060 17,691 14,555 18,330 13,382 18,870 16,357 15,006 17.514 18,624 10,141 12,862 16,375 20,350 11,839 19,033 16,764 15,315 13,097 19,568 17,444 16,591 19,501 14,680 15,238 13,487

PLAYOFFS

1-0 1-1 1-2 1-3 2-3 3-3 4-3 4-4 5-4 6-4 6-5 7-5 7-6 7-7 7-8 7-9 7-10 7-11 7-12 7-13 7-14 7-15 7-16 7-17 7-18 7-19 7-20 7-21 7-22 7-23 8-23 8-24 9-24 9-25 9-26 9-27 9-28 9-29 10-29 10-30 10-31 10-32 11-32 11-33 11-34 11-35 11-36 11-37 11-38 11-39 12-39 12-40 13-40 13-41 13-42 13-43 13-44 13-45 13-46 13-47 13-48 13-49 13-50 14-50 14-51 14-52 15-52 16-52 16-53 16-54 17-54 17-55 17-56 17-57 18-57 18-58 18-59 18-60 18-61 19-61 20-61 21-61

RECORDS

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IND @DAL PHO @NOH DAL WAS @MIN MEM MIL TOR ATL @WAS @OKC @ATL PHI POR NYK @MIL SAS GSW LAC @ATL ORL @LAL @PHX @GSW @DEN MIA @BKN NOH @CHI CLE @DET UTA @TOR @IND @BOS IND @ORL SAC HOU ATL MIN @CHI @SAS @HOU @MIA @CLE LAL @PHI BOS @IND @ORL DET CHI DEN @LAC @UTA @SAC @POR BKN OKC @WAS BOS @TOR @BOS WAS TOR DET @MIA ORL @NYK @PHI @MIL PHI MIA @BKN @MEM @DET MIL NYK CLE

PLAYERS

11/2 90-89 11/3 99-126 11/7 110-117 11/9 99-107 11/10 *101-97 11/13 92-76 11/14 89-87 11/17 87-94 11/19 102-98 11/21 98-97 11/23 91-101 11/24 **108-106 11/26 69-114 11/28 91-94 11/30 98-104 12/3 *112-118 12/5 98-100 12/7 93-108 12/8 102-132 12/10 96-104 12/12 94-100 12/13 90-113 12/15 98-107 12/18 100-101 12/19 104-121 12/21 100-115 12/22 88-110 12/26 92-105 12/28 81-97 12/29 95-98 12/31 91-81 1/4 104-106 1/6 *108-101 1/9 102-112 1/11 78-99 1/12 88-96 1/14 89-100 1/15 76-103 1/18 106-100 1/19 93-97 1/21 94-100 1/23 92-104 1/26 102-101 1/28 85-93 1/30 78-102 2/2 95-109 2/4 94-99 2/6 95-122 2/8 93-100 2/9 76-87 2/11 94-91 2/13 77-101 2/19 105-92 2/20 99-105 2/22 75-105 2/23 99-113 2/26 84-106 3/1 68-98 3/3 83-119 3/4 105-122 3/6 78-99 3/8 94-116 3/9 87-104 3/12 100-74 3/15 78-92 3/16 88-105 3/18 119-114 3/20 107-101 3/23 91-92 3/24 77-109 3/27 114-108 3/29 102-111 3/30 92-100 4/1 102-131 4/3 88-83 4/5 79-89 4/6 96-105 4/9 75-94 4/12 93-113 4/13 95-85 4/15 106-105 4/17 105-98

BBALL OPS

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82

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2012-13 STATS

RECORD (21-61) Player G GS MIN FG FGA PCT 3FG FGA PCT FT FTA PCT OFF DEF TOT AST PF DQ STL TO BLK PTS AVG Walker 82 82 2859 526 1244 .423 107 332 .322 296 371 .798 60 223 283 471 153 1 160 200 31 1455 17.7 Henderson 68 58 2133 382 855 .447 33 100 .330 258 313 .824 55 195 250 177 149 0 68 108 34 1055 15.5 Sessions 61 0 1652 276 676 .408 33 107 .308 291 347 .839 27 142 169 230 91 0 48 104 7 876 14.4 Gordon 75 0 1560 310 760 .408 113 292 .387 107 127 .843 18 112 130 141 134 2 35 136 16 840 11.2 Mullens 53 41 1428 217 563 .385 66 208 .317 64 99 .646 71 266 337 81 110 0 34 74 32 564 10.6 Kidd-Gilchrist 78 77 2025 281 613 .458 2 9 .222 140 187 .749 131 324 455 117 164 1 54 101 70 704 9.0 Warrick 27 14 482 66 163 .405 0 3 .000 58 86 .674 21 68 89 25 37 0 12 29 6 190 7.0 Pargo (TOT) 32 0 507 78 212 .368 39 116 .336 12 13 .923 10 25 35 67 42 0 18 41 3 207 6.5 Pargo (CHA) 18 0 292 57 142 .401 29 76 .382 8 9 .889 9 13 22 34 26 0 15 28 2 151 8.4 Taylor 77 29 1507 172 399 .431 53 154 .344 75 103 .728 51 99 150 63 136 1 47 48 15 472 6.1 McRoberts (TOT) 67 22 1487 156 343 .455 24 84 .286 65 85 .765 93 232 325 141 131 2 32 66 27 401 6.0 McRoberts (CHA) 26 19 802 96 190 .505 7 29 .241 43 55 .782 52 136 188 71 66 2 22 38 15 242 9.3 Biyombo 80 65 2186 156 346 .451 0 0 --- 74 142 .521 194 388 582 35 195 1 28 82 143 386 4.8 Thomas 26 2 360 48 136 .353 3 8 .375 26 31 .839 16 44 60 19 51 0 14 17 15 125 4.8 Adrien 52 5 713 72 168 .429 0 2 .000 65 100 .650 68 128 196 36 80 0 18 32 27 209 4.0 Williams 40 0 380 57 132 .432 22 72 .306 10 21 .476 8 43 51 39 19 0 12 19 1 146 3.7 Haywood 61 17 1162 93 216 .431 0 1 .000 30 66 .455 125 165 290 29 125 0 16 50 49 216 3.5 Higgins 6 0 32 6 19 .316 1 5 .200 1 2 .500 1 2 3 5 5 0 3 0 0 14 2.3 Diop 22 1 226 8 27 .296 0 1 .000 0 1 .000 10 41 51 13 19 0 5 8 16 16 0.7 Carroll 1 0 6 0 0 --- 0 0 --- 0 0 --- 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 BOBCATS 82 19805 2823 6649 .425 469 1399 .335 1546 2060 .750 917 2389 3306 1587 1561 8 591 1153 479 7661 93.4 OPPONENTS 82 19805 3185 6762 .471 716 1847 .388 1332 1784 .747 971 2645 3616 2071 1746 12 569 1152 565 8418 102.7

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS AVERAGE PER GAME PLAYER MIN REB AST STL TO BLK PTS MIN REB AST STL TO BLK PTS Walker 47 8 13 8 6 3 35 34.9 3.5 5.7 1.95 2.4 0.38 17.7 Henderson 46 10 8 5 5 2 35 31.4 3.7 2.6 1.00 1.6 0.50 15.5 Sessions 41 8 9 4 6 1 27 27.1 2.8 3.8 0.79 1.7 0.11 14.4 Gordon 35 6 7 3 6 2 34 20.8 1.7 1.9 0.47 1.8 0.21 11.2 Mullens 46 18 5 6 5 4 27 26.9 6.4 1.5 0.64 1.4 0.60 10.6 Kidd-Gilchrist 41 14 6 5 5 4 25 26.0 5.8 1.5 0.69 1.3 0.90 9.0 Warrick 38 10 3 2 4 2 18 17.9 3.3 0.9 0.44 1.1 0.22 7.0 Pargo (TOT) 29 4 6 2 3 1 18 15.8 1.1 2.1 0.56 1.3 0.09 6.5 Pargo (CHA) 29 4 6 2 3 1 18 16.2 1.2 1.9 0.83 1.6 0.11 8.4 Taylor 39 8 4 4 4 2 18 19.6 1.9 0.8 0.61 0.6 0.19 6.1 McRoberts (TOT) 43 16 9 3 5 3 20 22.2 4.9 2.1 0.48 1.0 0.40 6.0 McRoberts (CHA) 43 16 9 3 5 2 20 30.8 7.2 2.7 0.85 1.5 0.58 9.3 Biyombo 43 17 3 2 3 7 14 27.3 7.3 0.4 0.35 1.0 1.79 4.8 Thomas 38 6 3 2 2 3 13 13.8 2.3 0.7 0.54 0.7 0.58 4.8 Adrien 35 10 3 4 3 3 14 13.7 3.8 0.7 0.35 0.6 0.52 4.0 Williams 21 5 5 3 2 1 12 9.5 1.3 1.0 0.30 0.5 0.03 3.7 Haywood 37 11 3 2 3 5 14 19.0 4.8 0.5 0.26 0.8 0.80 3.5 Higgins 14 2 3 1 0 0 7 5.3 0.5 0.8 0.50 0.0 0.00 2.3 Diop 24 9 3 1 3 5 6 10.3 2.3 0.6 0.23 0.4 0.73 0.7 Carroll 6 0 1 0 0 0 0 6.0 0.0 1.0 0.00 0.0 0.00 0.0 BOBCATS 290 54 35 16 24 14 119 241.5 40.3 19.4 7.21 14.1 5.84 93.4 OPPONENTS 290 62 38 16 25 15 132 241.5 44.1 25.3 6.94 14.0 6.89 102.7

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CAREER HIGHS (C=SET, T=TIED THIS SEASON) FG FGA FT FTA REB AST PTS 13C 26 11T 13C 10 13C 35C 13 24 15C 17C 10T 8T 35C 13 20C 18 21 10 24 44 18 32 19 21 9 9 48 14 23 8C 12C 18C 5T 31 11C 17C 9C 10C 14C 6C 25C 14 21 13 15 16 5 32 13 24 9 11 12 9 34 7C 13C 4C 6C 8C 4C 18C 8 15 7C 9C 16C 9C 20T 6T 11 6T 12C 17C 3T 14T 11 20 14 14 16 5 27 6 11 5C 7C 10T 3C 14C 12 22 9 10 9 8 31 10 16 9 12 20 5 25 9 15 5 6 4 3T 22 5 9 6 8 16 4 10 11 19 11 12 11 5 27 51 112 43 52 64 39 133 52C 100T 38 50 63 40 136


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Kemba Walker 5 CHARLOTTE TOTALS 5 OPPONENTS 17 20-PLUS POINTS GAMES

CHARLOTTE TOTAL 0 OPPONENTS 5

30-PLUS POINTS GAMES

20-PLUS POINTS / 10-PLUS REBOUNDS GAMES Byron Mullens 3 Gerald Henderson 2 Michael Kidd-Gilchrist 2 7 CHARLOTTE TOTALS OPPONENTS 24

RECORDS

20-PLUS POINTS / 10-PLUS ASSISTS GAMES Kemba Walker 2 CHARLOTTE TOTALS 2 OPPONENTS 5 # denotes player did not finish season with Bobcats

PLAYOFFS

Kemba Walker 74 Gerald Henderson 56 Ramon Sessions 49 Ben Gordon 41 Michael Kidd-Gilchrist 35 Byron Mullens 30 Jeffery Taylor 17 Bismack Biyombo 11 Josh McRoberts 11 #Hakim Warrick 9 Jannero Pargo 8 Tyrus Thomas 6 Jeff Adrien 2 Brendan Haywood 2 Reggie Williams 2 CHARLOTTE TOTALS 353 OPPONENTS 382

Kemba Walker 4 Gerald Henderson 3 Ben Gordon 1 CHARLOTTE TOTALS 8 OPPONENTS 11

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DOUBLE-FIGURE SCORING EFFORTS

PLAYERS

TRIPLE-DOUBLES

Kemba Walker 30 Gerald Henderson 14 Ramon Sessions 13 Ben Gordon 7 Byron Mullens 6 Michael Kidd-Gilchrist 4 Josh McRoberts 1 CHARLOTTE TOTALS 75 OPPONENTS 90

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DOUBLE-FIGURE ASSISTS EFFORTS

PTS/REB PTS/AST PTS/BLK REB/AST TOTAL Byron Mullens 8 0 0 0 8 7 Bismack Biyombo 7 0 0 0 Michael Kidd-Gilchrist 6 0 0 0 6 Kemba Walker 0 5 0 0 5 Josh McRoberts 3 0 0 0 3 Gerald Henderson 2 0 0 0 2 Jeff Adrien 1 0 0 0 1 Brendan Haywood 1 0 0 0 1 #Hakim Warrick 1 0 0 0 1 CHARLOTTE TOTALS 29 5 0 0 34 OPPONENTS 61 17 5 0 82

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DOUBLE-DOUBLES

DOUBLE-FIGURE REBOUNDING EFFORTS HISTORY

Bismack Biyombo 20 Byron Mullens 9 Michael Kidd-Gilchrist 7 Josh McRoberts 6 Brendan Haywood 4 Jeff Adrien 3 Gerald Henderson 2 #Hakim Warrick 1 CHARLOTTE TOTALS 52 OPPONENTS 70

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Home 6-7 9-19 0-0

Road Overall 4-4 10-11 1-29 10-48 1-2 1-2

Home Make more turnovers than opponent 5-13 Make fewer turnovers than opponent 6-10 Make equal turnovers as opponent 4-3

Road Overall 3-23 8-36 3-9 9-19 0-3 4-6

Lead at the end of 2nd quarter Trail at the end of 2nd quarter Tied at the end of 2nd quarter

8-8 6-18 1-0

4-5 2-30 0-0

12-13 8-48 1-0

Lead at the end of 3rd quarter Trail at the end of 3rd quarter Tied at the end of 3rd quarter

11-5 4-20 0-1

3-1 1-34 2-0

14-6 5-54 2-1

Bobcats score less than 80 points Bobcats score 80-89 points Bobcats score 90-99 points Bobcats score 100-109 points Bobcats score 110-119 points Bobcats score 120 points or more

0-4 1-1 5-16 7-3 2-2 0-0

0-9 1-9 1-11 4-6 0-0 0-0

0-13 2-10 6-27 11-9 2-2 0-0

Shoot higher FG% than opponent Shoot lower FG% than opponent Shoot equal FG% than opponent

11-3 4-23 0-0

4-3 1-32 1-0

15-6 5-55 1-0

5-0 10-26

0-2 6-33

5-2 16-59

Opponent scores less than 80 points 2-0 Opponent scores 80-89 points 2-1 Opponent scores 90-99 points 7-6 Opponent scores 100-109 points 3-14 Opponent scores 110-119 points 1-4 Opponent scores 120 points or more 0-1

0-0 2-1 1-9 3-13 0-7 0-5

2-0 4-2 8-15 6-27 1-11 0-6

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Make more 3-PT FG than opponent Make fewer 3-PT FG than opponent Make equal 3-PT as opponent

5-5 7-19 3-2

2-5 3-26 1-4

7-10 10-45 4-6

7 players score in double figures 6 players score in double figures 5 players score in double figures 4 or less score in double figures

2-0 1-3 3-10 9-13

0-0 2-2 1-9 3-24

2-0 3-5 4-19 12-37

Attempt more FT than opponent Attempt fewer FT than opponent Attempt equal FT as opponent

11-16 2-10 2-0

4-17 2-16 0-2

15-33 4-26 2-2

Outscore opponents bench Outscored by opponents bench Score equal to opponents bench

9-14 6-11 0-1

4-11 2-24 0-0

13-25 8-35 0-1

RECORDS

Outrebound their opponent Outrebounded by their opponent Equal rebounds as opponent

11-8 3-17 1-1

3-8 3-27 0-0

14-16 6-44 1-1

First game of back-to-back Second game of back-to-back

2-7 2-6

2-11 2-12

4-18 4-18

BOBCATS Starting Lineups

Shoot 50% FG or higher Shoot lower than 50% FG

STARTING FIVE

STARTING FIVE

RECORD LAST TIME

Apr. 17

Kidd-Gilchrist, Thomas, Biyombo, Taylor, Walker

1-1

Jan. 9

Taylor, McRoberts, Biyombo, Henderson, Walker

Apr. 1

Taylor, Warrick, Biyombo, Henderson, Walker

1-1

Jan. 4

Kidd-Gilchrist, Mullens, Biyombo, Henderson, Walker 2-17

Mar. 24

Kidd-Gilchrist, Mullens, Biyombo, Taylor, Walker

0-5

Dec. 22

Taylor, Adrien, Biyombo, Henderson, Walker

0-2

Feb. 6

Kidd-Gilchrist, Biyombo, Diop, Taylor, Walker

0-1

Dec. 8

Kidd-Gilchrist, Adrien, Biyombo, Henderson, Walker

0-3

Feb. 2

Kidd-Gilchrist, Mullens, Haywood, Taylor, Walker

6-9

Dec. 7

Kidd-Gilchrist, Warrick, Biyombo, Henderson, Walker 2-9

Jan. 26

Kidd-Gilchrist, Mullens, Haywood, Henderson, Walker 1-1

Nov. 3

Kidd-Gilchrist, Warrick, Biyombo, Taylor, Walker

Jan. 11

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Kidd-Gilchrist, McRoberts, Biyombo, Henderson, Walker 8-10

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Lead at end of the 1st quarter Trail at end of the 1st quarter Tied at end of the 1st quarter

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0-1


2012-13 STATS TEAM LEADERSHIP

PLAYOFFS HISTORY NBA MISC.

INACTIVE (without injury): DeSagana Diop (4), Tyrus Thomas (11), Hakim Warrick (2)

RECORDS

Player Injury Record Games Bismack Biyombo Left Leg Contusion 1-1 11/24, 11/26 DeSagana Diop Right Knee Soreness 7-9 3/12, 3/15, 3/16, 3/18, 3/20, 3/23, 3/24, 4/1, 4/3, 4/5, 4/6, 4/9, 4/12, 4/13, 4/15, 4/17 Ben Gordon Personal Reasons 2-0 11/13, 11/14 Right Knee Discomfort 0-3 12/21, 12/22, 12/26 Brendan Haywood Personal Reasons 0-1 11/9 Stress Reaction, Left Foot 6-11 3/15, 3/15, 3/20, 3/23, 3/24, 3/27, 3/29, 3/30, 4/1, 4/3, 4/5, 4/6, 4/9, 4/12, 4/13, 4/15, 4/17 Gerald Henderson Left Foot Sprain 6-7 11/7, 11/9, 11/10, 11/13, 11/14, 11/17, 11/19, 11/21, 11/23, 11/24,11/26,11/28, 11/30 Right Shin Contusion 0-1 12/22 Michael Kidd-Gilchrist Corneal Abrasion, Right Eye 1-0 12/31 Concussion 0-2 2/4, 2/6 Personal Reasons 0-1 4/1 Josh McRoberts Left Shoulder Sprain 0-1 3/24 Byron Mullens Left Ankle Sprain 4-15 12/26, 12/28, 12/29, 12/31, 1/4, 1/6, 1/9, 1/11, 1/12, 1/14, 1/15, 1/18 1/19, 1/21, 1/23, 1/26, 1/28, 1/30, 2/2 Left Ankle Soreness 4-5 3/29, 3/30, 4/1, 4/3, 4/5, 4/12, 4/13, 4/15, 4/17 Ramon Sessions MCL Sprain, Left Knee 8-13 3/8, 3/9, 3/12, 3/15, 3/16, 3/18, 3/20, 3/23, 3/24, 3/27, 3/29, 3/30, 4/1 4/3, 4/5, 4/6, 4/9, 4/12, 4/13, 4/15, 4/17 Jeffery Taylor Right Plantar Fascia Strain 1-0 4/3 Tyrus Thomas Left Calf Strain 4-19 11/19, 11/21, 11/23, 11/24, 11/26, 11/28, 11/30, 12/3, 12/5, 12/7, 12/8,12/10, 12/12, 12/13, 12/15, 12/18, 12/19, 12/21, 12/22, 12/26, 12/28, 12/29, 12/31 Left Knee Contusion 0-1 1/30 Hakim Warrick Illness 1-0 1/6

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GAMES MISSED DUE TO INJURY / ILLNESS / SUSPENSION — TOTAL: 119

PLAYERS

#denotes player did not finish season with Bobcats

BBALL OPS

POINTS REBOUNDS ASSISTS STEALS BLOCKS 0 5 0 3 6 0 33 0 5 44 0 1 0 0 4 10 0 1 5 3 0 9 0 3 14 16 0 6 18 9 0 0 1 0 0 4 16 2 10 25 0 11 1 5 5 11 16 3 8 10 1 0 2 2 0 10 0 16 7 3 1 0 3 11 4 0 0 0 4 4 33 3 65 46 7 2 2 0 2 3 0 0 2 2 0

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PLAYER Adrien Biyombo Diop Gordon Haywood Henderson #Higgins Kidd-Gilchrist McRoberts Mullens Pargo Sessions Taylor Thomas Walker #Warrick Williams

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Bobcats HIGHS & LOWS HIGHS TOTAL PTS 119 (vs. Washington, Mar. 18) PTS, 1ST QTR 37 (at Orlando, Feb. 19) PTS, 2ND QTR 38 (at Detroit, Jan. 6) PTS, 3RD QTR 35 (vs. IND/vs. PHO, Nov. 2/Nov. 7) PTS, 4TH QTR 36 (at Phoenix, Dec. 19) PTS, 1ST HALF 63 (at ORL/vs. WAS, Feb. 19/Mar. 18) PTS, 2ND HALF 64 (vs. Phoenix, Nov. 7) PTS, OVERTIME 12 (at Detroit, Jan. 6) FGM 45 (at Portland, Mar. 4) FGA 97 (at Portland, Mar. 4) FG% .581 (vs. New York, Apr. 15) 3-PT FGM 13* (vs. Portland, Dec. 3) 3-PT FGA 28** (at Washington, Nov. 24) FTM 29 (vs. Toronto, Mar. 20) FTA 40 (vs. Toronto, Mar. 20) FT% .929 (vs. New York, Apr. 15) OFF REBS 23 (vs. Miami, Apr. 5) DEF REBS 41 (vs. Milwaukee, Apr. 13) TOTAL REBS 54 (at L.A. Lakers, Dec. 18) ASSISTS 35 (vs. New York, Apr. 15) STEALS 16 (vs. Atlanta, Nov. 23) TURNOVERS 24 (at SAS/at DET, Jan. 30/Apr. 12) BLOCKED SHOTS 14 (at Denver, Dec. 22) POINTS IN THE PAINT 60 (at Portland, Mar. 4) SECOND CHANCE POINTS 28 (at Golden State, Dec. 21) FAST BREAK POINTS 30* (vs. Portland, Dec. 3)

(at Utah, Mar. 1) (at Utah, Mar. 1) (at Oklahoma City, Nov. 26) (vs. Miami, Apr. 5) (at Toronto, Mar. 15) (at OKC/ at UTH, Nov. 26/Mar. 1) (vs. Brooklyn, Mar. 6) (at Washington, Nov. 24) (at Oklahoma City, Nov. 26) (at Chicago, Dec. 31) (at Oklahoma City, Nov. 26) (at Portland, Mar. 3) (at Indiana, Jan. 12) (at Utah, Mar. 1) (at Utah, Mar. 1) (at Chicago, Dec. 31) (Four Times, MR: vs. NYK, Apr. 15) (at Utah, Mar. 1) (at Utah, Mar. 1) (at Miami, Mar. 24) (Three Times, MR: at MEM, Apr. 9) (at GSW/at PHI, Dec. 21/Feb. 9) (at Brooklyn, Dec. 28) (at Indiana, Feb. 13) (at Chicago, Dec. 31) (at Utah, Mar. 1)

LOWS 74 16 12 14 11 38 28 5 25 66 .298 1 10 6 10 .429 3 22 25 14 1 6 1 24 0 0

(vs. Boston, Mar. 12) (vs. Cleveland, Apr. 17) (vs. Washington, Nov. 13) (at CHI/at MEM, Jan. 28/Apr. 9) (vs. Golden State, Dec. 10) (at MIN/at PHI, Nov. 14/Feb. 9) (vs. Boston, Mar. 12) (at Detroit, Jan. 6) (vs. Washington, Nov. 13) (vs. Boston, Mar. 12) (vs. Washington, Nov. 13) (at Miami, Feb. 4) (at Toronto, Mar. 15) (vs. ATL/vs. ATL, Nov. 23/Jan. 23) (vs. Philadelphia, Nov. 30) (vs. Atlanta, Nov. 23) (vs. New York, Apr. 15) (vs. New York, Apr. 15) (vs. New York, Apr. 15) (at New York, Mar. 29) (vs. Orlando, Dec. 15) (at CLE/vs. CHI, Feb. 6/Feb. 22) (Three Times, MR: vs. NYK, Apr. 15) (Three Times, MR: vs. BOS, Mar. 12) (vs. New York, Apr. 15) (vs. NOH/vs. MIA, Dec. 29/Apr. 5)

Opponents HIGHS & LOWS HIGHS TOTAL PTS 132 (vs. San Antonio, Dec. 8) PTS, 1ST QTR 39 (vs. Orlando, Mar. 27) PTS, 2ND QTR 40 (at Milwaukee, April 1) PTS, 3RD QTR 43 (at Sacramento, Mar. 3) PTS, 4TH QTR 36 (vs. Miami, Mar. 24 PTS, 1ST HALF 69 (at NYK/at MIL, Mar. 29, Apr. 1) PTS, 2ND HALF 73 (vs. San Antonio, Dec. 8) POINTS, OVERTIME 16 (vs. Portland, Dec. 3) FGM 52 (at Cleveland, Feb. 6) FGA 100 (at Milwaukee, Apr. 1) FG% .613 (at Dallas, Nov 3) 3-PT FGM 19 (vs. San Antonio, Dec. 8) 3-PT FGA 41 (vs. New York, Dec. 5) FTM 32 (at WAS**/vs. HOU, Nov. 24/Jan. 21) FTA 41 (vs. Houston, Jan. 21) FT% 1.000 (vs. TOR/vs. NYK, Mar. 20/Apr. 15) OFF REBS 23 (at Milwaukee, Dec. 7) DEF REBS 45 (at Oklahoma City, Nov. 26) TOTAL REBS 62 (at Utah, Mar. 1) ASSISTS 38 (vs. San Antonio, Dec. 8) STEALS 16 (at San Antonio, Jan. 30) TURNOVERS 25 (vs. Brooklyn, Mar. 6) BLOCKED SHOTS 15 (vs. Atlanta, Nov. 23) POINTS IN THE PAINT 78 (at Denver, Dec. 22) SECOND CHANCE POINTS 31 (at Utah, Mar. 1) FAST BREAK POINTS 30 (at Utah, Mar. 1) *Denotes number of overtime periods

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LOWS 68 9 12 8 10 24 25 7 23 70 .291 1 7 7 12 .553 4 16 24 9 2 7 0 20 2 2

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2012-13 STATS INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS Opponents 3 Times, MR: G. Henderson (at NYK, Mar. 29) Kemba Walker (at Washington, Nov. 24) Ben Gordon (at New Orleans, Nov. 9) Kemba Walker (at Washington, Mar. 9) Carmelo Anthony (at New York, Mar. 29) Kemba Walker (at L.A. Lakers, Dec. 18) Ben Gordon (vs. Portland, Dec. 3) Ben Gordon (vs. Portland, Dec. 3) Gerald Henderson (at New York, Mar. 29) Gerald Henderson (at New York, Mar. 29) Bismack Biyombo (at Indiana, Feb. 13) Byron Mullens (vs. Boston, Feb. 11) Byron Mullens (vs. Boston, Feb. 11) Kemba Walker (vs. New York, Apr. 15) Kemba Walker (vs. Dallas, Nov. 10) Bismack Biyombo (vs. Houston, Jan. 21) 3 Times, MR: K. Walker (vs. PHI, Apr. 3)

POINTS MINS FGM FGA 3-PT FGM 3-PT FGA FTM FTA OFF REBS DEF REBS TOTAL REBS ASSISTS STEALS BLOCKS TURNOVERS

37 46:50 15 28 28 8 13 19 21 11 17 22 22 15 6 7 7

J.R. Smith (at New York, Mar. 29) Chris Copeland (vs. New York, Apr. 15) Josh Smith (vs. Atlanta, Jan. 23) Carmelo Anthony (at New York, Mar. 29) Monta Ellis (vs. Milwaukee, Nov. 19) Stephen Curry (at Golden State, Dec. 21) Stephen Curry (at Golden State, Dec. 21) James Harden (vs. Houston, Jan. 21) James Harden (vs. Houston, Jan. 21) Lavoy Allen (at Philadelphia, Feb. 9) Enes Kanter (at Utah, March 1) Enes Kanter (at Utah, March 1) Lavoy Allen (at Philadelphia, Feb. 9) Jrue Holiday (vs. Philadelphia, Nov. 30) Monta Ellis (at Milwaukee, Apr. 1) Marcin Gortat (vs. Phoenix, Nov. 7) Josh Smith (vs. Atlanta, Jan. 23)

INDIVIDUAL HIGH GAMES

3C FEB. 2 at Hou.

BISMACK BIYOMBO

43C 6T 6T(2) 8C 11C 17C(2) 3T 2T(4) 3 7T 14T APR. 15 APR. 13 MAR. 23 FEB. 13 APR. 13 APR. 13 MAR. 27 MAR. 15 APR. 13 JAN. 21 NOV. 30 vs N.Y. vs Milw. vs Det. at Ind. vs Milw. vs Milw. vs Orl. at Tor. vs Milw. vs Hou. vs Phil.

MATT CARROLL

6 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 NOV. 3 NOV. 3 at Dall. at Dall.

DESAGANA DIOP

24 MAR. 3 at Sac.

3 0 DEC. 7 at Milw.

2 (2) DEC. 22 at Den.

8 NOV. 26 at OKC.

9 NOV. 26 at OKC.

3 DEC. 22 at Den.

1 (5) MAR. 3 at Sac.

3 MAR. 3 at Sac.

5 6 DEC. 22 DEC. 7 at Den. at Milw.

BEN GORDON

35 (2) DEC. 3 vs Port.

14 NOV. 9 at N.O.

5 (3) APR. 6 at Brk.

3 NOV. 9 at N.O.

6 JAN. 23 vs Atl.

6 (2) JAN. 23 vs Atl.

7 FEB. 8 vs LA-L

3 JAN. 6 at Det.

6 APR. 1 at Milw.

2T(4) 34 JAN. 26 NOV. 9 vs Minn. at N.O.

BRENDAN HAYWOOD

37 NOV. 24 at Wash.

7 NOV. 3 at Dall.

4 JAN. 23 vs Atl.

7 NOV. 3 at Dall.

9 NOV. 19 vs Milw.

11 (4) NOV. 28 at Atl.

3 JAN. 4 vs Clev.

2 (3) JAN. 6 at Det.

3 (3) JAN. 30 at S.A.

5 14 JAN. 19 NOV. 3 vs Sac. at Dall.

GERALD HENDERSON

46C MAR. 29 at N.Y.

12 (2) MAR. 27 vs Orl.

15C MAR. 29 at N.Y.

3 (4) APR. 3 vs Phil.

9C FEB. 8 vs LA-L

10T(2) FEB. 19 at Orl.

8T MAR. 18 vs Wash.

5C NOV. 2 vs Ind.

5T(2) APR. 17 vs Clev.

2 (6) 35C(2) APR. 1 MAR. 29 at Milw. at N.Y.

CORY HIGGINS ----------

14 NOV. 26 at OKC.

3 (2) DEC. 8 vs S.A.

1 DEC. 8 vs S.A.

1 DEC. 8 vs S.A.

2 NOV. 26 at OKC.

2 NOV. 26 at OKC.

3T NOV. 26 at OKC.

1 (3) 0 0 DEC. 8 vs S.A.

MICHAEL KIDD-GILCHRIST

41C 11C 9C 5C(4) 10C 14C 6C 5C 5C 4C 25C(2) NOV. 10 DEC. 29 NOV. 10 APR. 12 APR. 5 APR. 5 DEC. 8 NOV. 3 DEC. 22 NOV. 23 DEC. 19 vs Dall. vs N.O. vs Dall. at Det. vs Miami vs Miami vs S.A. at Dall. at Den. vs Atl. at Phoe.

JOSH MCROBERTS Orl.-Cha.

43C 7 (2) 7C 7T 12C 16C 9C 3T 5 3 20T APR. 3 APR. 13 MAR. 18 APR. 5 APR. 3 APR. 3 APR. 13 MAR. 15 APR. 15 NOV. 25 APR. 17 vs Phil. vs Milw. vs Wash. vs Miami vs Phil. vs Phil. vs Milw. at Tor. vs N.Y. vs Bos. vs Clev.

JOSH MCROBERTS Cha.

43C APR. 3 vs Phil.

7 (2) APR. 13 vs Milw.

7C MAR. 18 vs Wash.

7T APR. 5 vs Miami

12C APR. 3 vs Phil.

16C APR. 3 vs Phil.

9C 3T APR. 13 MAR. 15 vs Milw. at Tor.

5 APR. 15 vs N.Y.

2 (5) 20T APR. 9 APR. 17 at Mem. vs Clev.

BYRON MULLENS

46C NOV. 24 at Wash.

10 FEB. 11 vs Bos.

8C MAR. 20 vs Tor.

5 (2) FEB. 11 vs Bos.

13C FEB. 11 vs Bos.

18C FEB. 11 vs Bos.

5T(2) 6C MAR. 18 NOV. 23 vs Wash. vs Atl.

5C FEB. 26 at LA-C

4 (2) 27 DEC. 18 NOV. 24 at LA-L at Wash.

5 (2) MAR. 8 vs OKC.

5C(2) JAN. 30 at S.A.

5 (2) JAN. 28 at Chi.

7 (2) APR. 13 vs Milw.

10T(3) FEB. 13 at Ind.

4C APR. 13 vs Milw.

3C(2) FEB. 13 at Ind.

3C(2) 14C APR. 13 JAN. 28 vs Milw. at Chi.

HISTORY

35C JAN. 28 at Chi.

PLAYOFFS

Assists Steals Turnovers Blocks Points

JEFF ADRIEN

RECORDS

Field Free ——— Rebounds ——— Player Minutes Goals Throws Offensive Defensive Total

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*Denotes Number of Overtime Periods

PLAYERS

35 46:52** 14 25 28 25 8* 12* 15 17 8 13 18 13 8* 7 6

BBALL OPS

POINTS MINS FGM FGA 3-PT FGM 3-PT FGA FTM FTA OFF REBS DEF REBS TOTAL REBS ASSISTS STEALS BLOCKS TURNOVERS

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JANNERO PARGO Was.-Atl.-Cha.

29 MAR. 23 vs Det.

7 MAR. 23 vs Det.

4 MAR. 16 at Bos.

2T(2) APR. 5 vs Miami

4 NOV. 3 vs Bos.

4 (2) APR. 6 at Brk.

6 2 (3) MAR. 18 APR. 15 vs Wash. vs N.Y.

3 (3) APR. 13 vs Milw.

1 (3) 18 MAR. 23 MAR. 16 vs Det. at Bos.

JANNERO PARGO Cha.

29 MAR. 23 vs Det.

7 MAR. 23 vs Det.

4 MAR. 16 at Bos.

2T(2) APR. 5 vs Miami

3 APR. 6 at Brk.

4 APR. 6 at Brk.

6 2 (3) MAR. 18 APR. 15 vs Wash. vs N.Y.

3 (3) APR. 13 vs Milw.

1 (2) 18 MAR. 23 MAR. 16 vs Det. at Bos.

RAMON SESSIONS

41 NOV. 24 at Wash.

10 JAN. 23 vs Atl.

12 (2) JAN. 4 vs Clev.

2 (3) DEC. 12 vs LA-C

8T JAN. 21 vs Hou.

8 JAN. 21 vs Hou.

9 (2) 4 6 DEC. 3 NOV. 24 JAN. 26 vs Port. at Wash. vs Minn.

1 (7) 27 FEB. 9 JAN. 23 at Phil. vs Atl.

JEFF TAYLOR

39C 7C 4C(5) 3C(4) 5C 8C 4C(3) 4C 4C 2C(2) 18C DEC. 5 FEB. 23 APR. 9 MAR. 24 DEC. 22 DEC. 22 JAN. 30 NOV. 26 FEB. 23 FEB. 23 FEB. 23 vs N.Y. vs Den. at Mem. at Miami at Den. at Den. at S.A. at OKC. vs Den. vs Den. vs Den.

TYRUS THOMAS

38 JAN. 6 at Det.

5 (2) APR. 1 at Milw.

6 NOV. 13 vs Wash.

2 (5) APR. 5 vs Miami

6 JAN. 26 vs Minn.

6 (2) JAN. 26 vs Minn.

3 NOV. 9 at N.O.

2 APR. 12 at Det.

2 (3) JAN. 9 vs Utah

3 (2) 13 (2) NOV. 14 APR. 1 at Minn. at Milw.

KEMBA WALKER

47C 13C NOV. 24 MAR. 27 at Wash. vs Orl.

11T APR. 1 at Milw.

4C JAN. 11 at Tor.

8C(2) JAN. 26 vs Minn.

8 (4) JAN. 26 vs Minn.

13C APR. 15 vs N.Y.

8C NOV. 10 vs Dall.

6 APR. 3 vs Phil.

3C(2) 35C JAN. 12 JAN. 21 at Ind. vs Hou.

HAKIM WARRICK

38 8 DEC. 26 DEC. 26 vs Miami vs Miami

6 JAN. 19 vs Sac.

3 (3) JAN. 18 at Orl.

9 10 DEC. 26 DEC. 29 vs Miami vs N.O.

3 JAN. 14 at Bos.

2 (2) JAN. 14 at Bos.

REGGIE WILLIAMS

21 (3) APR. 5 vs Miami

5 APR. 3 vs Phil.

2 (4) MAR. 9 at Wash.

2 (2) APR. 5 vs Miami

4 (2) MAR. 8 vs OKC.

5 MAR. 8 vs OKC.

5 MAR. 8 vs OKC.

3T 2 (4) 1 12 NOV. 14 APR. 5 DEC. 18 APR. 3 at Minn. vs Miami at LA-L vs Phil.

BOBCATS High Games

290 NOV. 24 at Wash.

45 MAR. 4 at Port.

29 MAR. 20 vs Tor.

23 APR. 5 vs Miami

41 APR. 13 vs Milw.

54 DEC. 18 at LA-L

35 APR. 15 vs N.Y.

16 NOV. 23 vs Atl.

24 (2) APR. 12 at Det.

14 119 DEC. 22 MAR. 18 at Den. vs Wash.

BOBCATS Low Games

240 (78) 23 APR. 17 NOV. 26 vs Clev. at OKC.

7 MAR. 1 at Utah

4 (4) APR. 15 vs N.Y.

16 MAR. 1 at Utah

24 MAR. 1 at Utah

9 2 (3) MAR. 24 APR. 9 at Miami at Mem.

7 (2) FEB. 9 at Phil.

0 68 DEC. 28 MAR. 1 at Brk. at Utah

OPPONENTS Low Games

240 (78) 25 APR. 17 NOV. 13 vs Clev. vs Wash.

6 (2) JAN. 23 vs Atl.

3 APR. 15 vs N.Y.

22 APR. 15 vs N.Y.

25 APR. 15 vs N.Y.

14 1 MAR. 29 DEC. 15 at N.Y. vs Orl.

“C” indicates a new career-high, “T” a tied career-high. Numbers in parentheses indicate the number of games in which a player or team has reached a given total (if more than one).

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4 2 18 DEC. 26 DEC. 29 DEC. 26 vs Miami vs N.O. vs Miami

OPPONENTS 290 52 32 (2) 23 45 62 38 16 25 15 132 High Games NOV. 24 FEB. 6 JAN. 21 DEC. 7 NOV. 26 MAR. 1 DEC. 8 JAN. 30 MAR. 6 NOV. 23 DEC. 8 at Wash. at Clev. vs Hou. at Milw. at OKC. at Utah vs S.A. at S.A. vs Brk. vs Atl. vs S.A.

HISTORY

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Field Free ——— Rebounds ——— Player Minutes Goals Throws Offensive Defensive Total

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BOBCATS TEAM HIGHS

BBALL OPS

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BOBCATS TEAM HIGHS Points Game Half Quarter Overtime

steals 133 126 125 125 74 74 69 43 42 20 19

vs. L.A. Lakers*** at New York vs. Phoenix vs. Atlanta vs. Phoenix (1st) at Phoenix (1st) vs. Orlando (1st) vs. Phoenix (1st) vs. L.A. Lakers (2nd) at Golden State (1st) at Miami (1st)

12/29/06 1/12/07 1/16/10 3/28/06 1/16/10 2/25/06 3/21/06 1/16/10 12/29/06 1/28/11 4/8/07

64 62 61 36 21 9

vs. L.A. Lakers*** vs. New Jersey* at Washington at Milwaukee (2nd) vs. New Jersey (2nd) at L.A.Lakers (1st)

12/29/06 12/3/10 3/23/10 4/6/12 12/3/10 1/26/07

HISTORY

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RECORDS

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Rebounds Game Half Quarter Overtime

Offensive Rebounds Game Half Quarter Overtime

23 23 23 23 22 15 15 15 15 10 10 10 10 4 4

vs. Miami at Washington vs. Phoenix at New York at Indiana vs. Miami (2nd) at Milwaukee (2nd) vs. Phoenix (2nd) vs. Milwaukee (2nd) vs. Phoenix (4th) vs. Milwaukee (3rd) vs. Milwaukee (4th) at Dallas (1st) at Orlando (1st) at L.A. Lakers (1st)

4/5/13 3/23/10 11/6/07 2/27/04 1/7/12 4/5/13 4/6/12 11/6/07 1/15/07 11/6/07 3/30/07 1/15/07 3/19/05 2/17/09 1/26/07

Defensive Rebounds Game Half Quarter Overtime

45 44 44 25 15 7

vs. New Jersey* vs. Atlanta vs. L.A. Lakers*** vs. Philadelphia (2nd) vs. Atlanta (4th) vs. New Jersey (1st)

12/3/10 11/6/09 12/29/06 2/8/06 11/6/09 12/3/10

39 39 37 21 21 21 21 21 14 5

vs. Orlando at Milwaukee vs. Phoenix vs. Phoenix (2nd) at Dallas (1st) at Milwaukee (2nd) vs. Washington (1st) vs. Orlando (1st) vs. Atlanta (1st) at Golden State (1st)

3/12/07 4/14/07 11/20/10 11/20/10 3/12/08 4/14/07 4/3/07 3/12/07 3/6/09 1/28/11

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98

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20 20 19 12 12 9 3 3

at Miami* at Miami vs. Milwaukee at Miami (1st) vs. Milwaukee (2nd) vs. Miami (4th) at Golden State (1st) vs. Washington (1st)

4/8/07 11/12/05 1/13/06 4/8/07 1/13/06 11/12/05 1/28/11 11/21/07

29 29 29 27 18 10 4

at Washington at Philadelphia vs. Denver at Houston at Houston (2nd) Six times at Cleveland (1st)

12/20/10 11/7/07 11/12/06 2/10/07 2/10/07

vs. Toronto vs. Boston vs. Toronto (2nd) vs. Detroit (2nd) vs. Toronto (4th) vs. Minnesota (2nd) vs. Boston (3rd) Six times

11/25/09 12/16/06 12/14/10 12/27/10 12/14/10 3/24/10 12/16/06

vs. Utah vs. Cleveland at Utah vs. New York (2nd) at Utah (2nd) vs. Utah (2nd) at Boston (3rd) at Utah (3rd) vs. Portland (1st)

11/7/05 11/4/06 2/1/05 4/18/07 2/1/05 11/16/05 10/28/09 2/1/05 2/9/07

Turnovers Game Half Quarter Overtime

1/11/08

Blocked Shots Game Half Quarter Overtime

16 15 11 7 7 7 7 2

Personal Fouls Game Half Quarter Overtime

37 36 36 21 21 21 16 16 11

Field Goals Made Game Half Quarter Overtime

51 50 50 50 29 29 17 17 17 17 7

vs. Washington vs. Phoenix at Memphis vs. Atlanta at Phoenix (1st) vs. Seattle (1st) vs. Detroit (1st) vs. Phoenix (1st) vs. Atlanta (1st) vs. Memphis (3rd) at Golden State (1st)

4/3/07 11/20/10 12/19/08 3/28/06 2/25/06 2/6/06 4/10/11 1/16/10 3/6/09 1/19/08 1/28/11

Field Goals Attempted Game Half Quarter Overtime

112 109 59 33 11 11

vs. L.A. Lakers*** at Phoenix at Phoenix (1st) at Phoenix (2nd) at Orlando (1st) vs. Washington (1st)

12/29/06 12/10/04 12/10/04 12/10/04 2/17/09 11/21/07


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Game Half Quarter Overtime

.658 .646 .722 .824 .875

at Memphis (50-76) vs. Atlanta (42-65) at Memphis (1st) (26-36) vs. Miami (1st) (14-17) at Golden State (1st) (7-8)

THREE-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE 12/19/08 1/20/07 12/19/08 1/20/10 1/28/11

14 12 12 12 12 8 6 6 3

vs. Orlando vs. Toronto at Chicago at Cleveland ** vs. Sacramento Six times at Miami (4th) at Chicago (1st) at Miami (1st)

3/12/07 3/29/10 11/7/09 1/11/08 3/14/07 1/2/10 11/7/09 4/8/07

vs. Orlando (3-4) vs. Boston (8-11) Seven times Several times at Miami (1st) (3-3) vs. Cleveland (1st) (2-2) at Cleveland (1st) (1-1)

11/6/04 11/24/07

4/8/07 3/20/07 1/11/05

FREE THROWS MADE Game Half Quarter Overtime

43 41 26 21 10 10

at Golden State at Boston* vs. Cleveland (2nd) vs. Cleveland (4th) vs. Boston (1st) vs. Chicago (1st)

12/2/05 11/8/06 12/8/07 12/8/07 1/6/09 12/16/08

PLAYERS

Game Half Quarter Overtime

.750 .727 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000

BBALL OPS

THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE

Game Half Quarter Overtime

FRONT OFFICE

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE

FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 30 29 29 18 13 5 5

at Philadelphia* vs. Washington vs. Milwaukee vs. Golden State (1st) vs. New York (4th) at Philadelphia (1st) at Atlanta (1st)

1/17/11 11/21/07 1/13/06 2/3/07 12/30/08 1/17/11 3/19/10

at Boston* at Golden State vs. Dallas vs. Orlando (2nd) vs. Milwaukee (4th) vs. Chicago (1st)

11/8/06 12/2/05 11/11/05 11/6/04 11/2/07 12/16/08

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE 1.000 .958 1.000 1.000 1.000

at L.A. Lakers (9-9) at Dallas (23-24) Several times Several times Several times

3/4/11 10/27/10

RECORDS

Game Half Quarter Overtime

*Denotes Number of Overtime Periods

52 52 52 36 27 13

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Game Half Quarter Overtime

Game Half Quarter Overtime

BOBCATS TEAM LOWS OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS at Boston vs. Boston vs. Houston at Utah (1st) at Oklahoma City (1st) at Orlando (2nd) vs. New Orleans (3rd) at Toronto (3rd) vs. Boston (1st) at L.A. Clippers (2nd)

21 24 24 9 9 9 1 1 1

at Utah at Utah at Chicago vs. New York (2nd) at Utah (2nd) at Dallas (1st) vs. Atlanta (2nd) at New Jersey (1st) at Cleveland (1st)

10/28/09 12/11/10 12/8/06 3/1/13 11/26/12 1/5/07 4/16/12 1/22/07 11/5/05 12/6/04

REBOUNDS Game Half Quarter Overtime

3/5/07 3/1/13 12/1/07 4/18/07 3/5/07 3/19/05 1/20/07 4/15/08 1/11/05

Game Half Quarter Overtime

1 2 0 0 0

vs. Chicago at Miami Seven times Several times Ten times

1/5/10 11/19/10

DEFENSIVE REBOUNDS Game Half Quarter Overtime

14 5 1 1 1 1 0 0

at New Jersey at New Jersey (1st) at Denver (4th) at L.A. Clippers (4th) vs. New York (4th) vs. Cleveland (2nd) at New Jersey (1st) vs. New Jersey (1st)

11/30/04 11/30/04 1/30/09 1/28/08 11/23/05 1/3/05 4/15/08 3/24/07

8 9 2 0 0 0 0 0 0

at Miami at Miami at Miami (2nd) Six times vs. Sacramento (1st) vs. Atlanta (1st) at New York (1st) vs. Miami (1st) at Detroit (1st)

3/20/10 3/24/13 3/24/13

NBA

59 62 62 24 24 24 8 8 4 4

HISTORY

Game Half Quarter Overtime

PLAYOFFS

POINTS

ASSISTS

2/22/08 2/13/08 12/20/06 3/6/06 11/21/04

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Steals

Three-Point Field Goals Made

Game Half Quarter Overtime

0 2 0 0 0

vs. Atlanta Several times Several times Several times Several times

3/6/09

5 5 1 0 0

at Boston vs. L.A. Lakers Seven times Several times Several times

1/4/06 3/12/05

Turnovers Game Half Quarter Overtime

0 0 0 0

Seven times Several times Several times Several times

10 10 10 10 11 2 2 2 0 0

at Cleveland vs. Philadelphia vs. Philadelphia vs. Minnesota at Boston at Atlanta (1st) vs. New Jersey (1st) vs. Minnesota (1st) Nine times Six times

2/6/13 11/30/12 3/19/12 4/8/08 2/7/12 1/22/10 11/2/09 4/8/08

HISTORY

PLAYOFFS

Field Goals Made Game Half Quarter Overtime

21 21 22 8 8 8 1 1 1 1

at Miami vs. Toronto at San Antonio at Oklahoma City (1st) vs. New Jersey (1st) at New Jersey (2nd) at Toronto (4th) at Washington (3rd) vs. Sacramento (1st) at L.A. Clippers (2nd)

3/20/10 2/10/06 2/19/08 11/26/12 11/2/09 4/15/08 3/15/13 12/20/10 2/22/08 12/6/04

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Field Goals Attempted

100

Game Half Quarter Overtime

59 62 62 26 26 9 4 4 4

vs. Detroit at Washington vs. Philadelphia at Milwaukee (2nd) vs. Detroit (2nd) vs. Cleveland (4th) vs. Boston (1st) vs. Chicago (1st) vs. Atlanta (1st)

11/3/08 12/20/10 11/24/08 11/20/09 11/3/08 12/8/07 1/6/09 12/16/08 2/13/08

Field Goal Percentage Game Half Quarter Overtime

.282 .284 .165 .071 .100

at Seattle (22-78) vs. Houston (23-81) at Miami (2nd) (6-36) at Washington (3rd) (1-14) vs. Sacramento (1st) (1-10)

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1/18/11 3/3/10 4/13/09 11/7/07 1/7/05

2 3 0 0 0

vs. Detroit at Atlanta vs. Detroit (2nd) Several times Six times

11/23/04 12/27/05 11/23/04

Three-Point Field Goal Percentage

Personal Fouls Game Half Quarter Overtime

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Three-Point Field Goals Attempted Game Half Quarter Overtime

Blocked Shots Game Half Quarter Overtime

Game Half Quarter Overtime

2/19/08 12/8/06 3/20/10 12/20/10 2/22/08

Game Half Quarter Overtime

.000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000

at Chicago (0-13) at Boston (0-9) at New Jersey (0-6) at Philadelphia (0-13) at Orlando (0-11) Several times Several times Several times

1/18/11 3/3/10 4/13/09 11/7/07 1/7/05

Free Throws Made Game Half Quarter Overtime

5 5 6 6 6 1 0 0

at New Orleans at Boston ** at Miami at New Orleans vs. Indiana Seven times Several times Several times

3/12/12 4/1/09 2/8/08 1/18/08 12/29/04

Free Throws Attempted Game Half Quarter Overtime

7 7 7 9 1 1 0 0

at New Orleans at Boston ** at New Orleans at L.A. Lakers vs. Chicago (1st) at Boston (1st) Several times Several times

3/12/12 4/1/09 1/18/08 3/4/11 3/9/11 4/1/09

Free Throw Percentage Game Half Quarter Overtime

.450 .450 .467 .467 .222 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000

vs. Detroit (9-20) at Atlanta (9-20) at Minnesota (7-15) at Cleveland (7-15) at New Orleans (2nd) (2-9) Several times at Orlando (1st) (0-2) at Cleveland (1st) (0-1) at Boston (1st) (0-1) vs. Boston (1st) (0-2)

*Denotes Number of Overtime Periods

4/10/11 1/15/05 2/15/12 3/16/08 11/14/06 2/17/09 1/11/08 11/8/06 11/5/05


BOBCATS INDIVIDUAL HIGHS BOBCATS INDIVIDUAL HIGHS Turnovers Stephen Jackson vs. Houston 1/12/10 Jason Richardson vs. Golden State 3/5/08 Gerald Wallace vs. New York 1/31/07 Gerald Wallace vs. Atlanta 3/28/06 Ben Gordon vs. Portland (2nd) 12/3/12 Gerald Wallace vs. Atlanta (2nd) 3/28/06 Jason Richardson vs. Golden State (1st) 3/5/08 Adam Morrison at Minnesota (2nd) 2/21/07 Ben Gordon at Atlanta 11/28/12 D.J. Augustin vs. Boston (1st) 1/6/09

25 23 15 11 11 4

Emeka Okafor vs. L.A. Lakers*** 12/29/06 Emeka Okafor vs. Indiana 11/09/07 Emeka Okafor vs. New York (2nd) 12/4/04 Kwame Brown at Sacramento (3rd) 1/25/11 Emeka Okafor vs. New York (4th) 12/4/04 Nine times

Rebounds Game Half Quarter Overtime

11 11 10 8 6 6 6 6 3 3

Emeka Okafor at Minnesota 2/21/07 Emeka Okafor at New York 12/27/04 Emeka Okafor at Memphis 4/10/05 Byron Mullens at Milwaukee (2nd) 4/6/12 Emeka Okafor vs. Toronto (3rd) 3/2/08 Emeka Okafor vs. Milwaukee (3rd) 3/30/07 Theron Smith at New York (1st) 2/13/05 Emeka Okafor vs. Dallas (4th) 1/21/05 Gerald Wallace vs. Cleveland (1st) 3/20/07 Emeka Okafor at L.A. Lakers (1st) 1/26/07

Defensive Rebounds 12/29/06 2/14/07 12/4/04 12/4/04 2/9/07

Game Half Quarter Overtime

Brevin Knight at Cleveland* 1/11/05 Raymond Felton at Indiana 12/30/06 Brevin Knight vs. Detroit 11/23/04 Brevin Knight vs. L.A. Lakers (2nd) 3/12/05 D.J. Augustin vs. Detroit (1st) 4/10/11 D.J. Augustin at Golden State (1st) 1/28/11

8 8 8 8 7 7 7 5 5 2

Kemba Walker vs. Dallas* 11/10/12 Jason Richardson at New Jersey 4/15/08 Gerald Wallace vs. Milwaukee 1/13/06 Brevin Knight at Orlando 3/24/05 Raymond Felton vs. Milwaukee 11/22/08 Gerald Wallace vs. Memphis 1/19/08 Jason Richardson at New Jersey (1st) 4/15/08 Gerald Wallace vs. Milwaukee (2nd) 1/13/06 Eddie House at Boston (1st) 11/12/04 D.J. Augustin at Golden State (1st) 1/28/11

Steals Game Half Quarter Overtime

Emeka Okafor at New York Emeka Okafor vs. Boston Emeka Okafor vs. Dallas Emeka Okafor at New York (1st) Emeka Okafor at New York (1st) Emeka Okafor vs. Dallas (2nd) Gerald Wallace at Chicago (4th) Emeka Okafor vs. Atlanta (1st)

1/12/07 12/16/06 11/20/06 1/12/07 1/12/07 11/20/06 12/20/05 2/13/08

Personal Fouls Game Half Quarter Overtime

6 5 5 5 5 5

Several times Several times Dante Cunningham at Boston (4th) Derek Anderson vs. New York (4th) Kevin Burleson at Detroit (4th) Matt Carroll vs. Portland (1st)

3/25/11 4/18/07 3/12/06 2/9/07

Field Goals Made Game Half Quarter Overtime

17 16 11 9 3 3 3 3

Gerald Wallace vs. Atlanta 3/28/06 Jason Richardson vs. Memphis 1/19/08 Gerald Wallace vs. Atlanta (2nd) 3/28/06 Gerald Wallace vs. Milwaukee (3rd) 11/2/07 Stephen Jackson at Golden State (1st) 1/28/11 Walter Herrmann at Miami (1st) 4/8/07 Adam Morrison at Phoenix (1st) 3/7/07 Raymond Felton vs. Cleveland (1st) 3/22/06

Field Goals Attempted Game Half Quarter Overtime

32 30 18 13 5 5 5

Jason Richardson vs. Golden State 3/5/08 Gerald Wallace vs. Orlando 1/16/08 Jason Richardson vs. Golden State (1st) 3/5/08 D.J. Augustin vs. Washington (3rd) 4/3/11 Dante Cunningham vs. Orlando (1st) 4/6/11 Raymond Felton vs. Cleveland (1st) 3/20/07 Raymond Felton at Cleveland (1st) 3/22/06

MISC.

20 19 19 13 9 5

Assists

10 8 8 8 5 5 5 2

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Emeka Okafor vs. L.A. Lakers*** Emeka Okafor vs. Chicago Emeka Okafor vs. New York (2nd) Emeka Okafor vs. New York (4th) Gerald Wallace vs. Portland (1st)

Game Half Quarter Overtime

HISTORY

19 17 13 9 4

Blocked Shots

PLAYOFFS

Game Half Quarter Overtime

Stephen Jackson vs. Detroit 12/27/10 Raymond Felton vs. Cleveland* 3/20/07 Five times Boris Diaw vs. Sacramento (2nd) 3/18/09 Gerald Wallace vs. Milwaukee 1/6/08 Brevin Knight vs. L.A. Lakers (2nd) 2/3/06 Raymond Felton vs. New Orleans (1st) 1/16/06 Gerald Henderson at Portland (1st) 2/1/12 Boris Diaw vs. Miami (3rd) 12/28/11 Gerald Wallace vs. Indiana (3rd) 1/18/06 Raymond Felton vs. New Orleans (2nd) 1/16/06 Emeka Okafor vs. Atlanta 2/13/08 Emeka Okafor at Cleveland (1st) 1/11/08 Keith Bogans at L.A. Clippers (2nd) 12/6/04

RECORDS

Game Half Quarter Overtime

9 9 8 6 6 6 6 5 5 5 5 2 2 2

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43 42 42 41 27 27 26 26 20 11

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FREE THROWS MADE

Game Half Quarter Overtime

Game Half Quarter Overtime

8 7 7 7 7 5 2 2

Ben Gordon vs. Portland* 12/3/12 Ben Gordon at Atlanta 11/28/12 D.J. Augustin at Atlanta 11/21/08 Jason Richardson vs. Philadelphia 1/26/08 Ben Gordon vs. Portland (2nd) 12/3/12 Ben Gordon at Atlanta (4th) 11/28/12 Jason Richardson at New Jersey (1st) 4/15/08 Gerald Wallace vs. Indiana (1st) 12/31/07

THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED Game Half Quarter Overtime

13 13 13 12 12 12 9 9 9 9 7 3

Stephen Jackson vs. Utah Jason Richardson at Boston Jumaine Jones at Cleveland* Ben Gordon vs. Portland* Jason Richardson vs. L.A. Lakers Jason Richardson vs. Golden State Ben Gordon vs. Portland (2nd) Ben Gordon at Atlanta (2nd) Stephen Jackson vs. Denver (2nd) Vladimir Radmanovic vs. WAS (2nd) Ben Gordon at Atlanta (4th) Walter Herrmann at Miami (1st)

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17 16 12 11 5 5

Gerald Wallace vs. Minnesota 11/15/10 Gerald Wallace vs. Indiana* 12/31/07 Gerald Henderson at New York (2nd) 3/29/13 Raymond Felton vs. Cleveland (4th) 12/8/07 D.J. Augustin at Golden State (1st) 1/28/11 Derek Anderson vs. L.A. Lakers (3rd) 12/29/06

FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED Game Half Quarter Overtime

22 19 14 12 12 5 5

Gerald Wallace vs. Indiana* 12/31/07 Gerald Wallace vs. Minnesota 11/15/10 Emeka Okafor vs. Golden State (2nd) 3/5/08 Kemba Walker vs. Cleveland (4th) 4/17/13 Raymond Felton vs. Cleveland (4th) 12/8/07 D.J. Augustin at Golden State (1st) 1/28/11 Derek Anderson vs. L.A. Lakers (3rd) 12/29/06

57 55 55

Raymond Felton vs. L.A. Lakers*** 12/29/06 Raymond Felton at Cleveland** 1/11/08 Jason Richardson at Cleveland** 1/11/08

MINUTES Game

*Denotes Number of Overtime Periods


OPPONENTS TEAM HIGHS OPPONENTS TEAM HIGHS TURNOVERS 2/25/06 2/28/07 12/8/12 12/8/12 2/28/07 4/8/08 3/3/13 1/14/08 3/1/07 12/27/07 1/16/06 3/23/05 2/9/07 12/27/08 4/15/08

at Cleveland ** at San Antonio* at Utah at Indiana (2nd) vs. Indiana (3rd) vs. Portland (1st)

1/11/08 11/15/06 3/1/13 2/13/13 2/22/12 12/3/12

Rebounds Game Half Quarter Overtime

63 63 62 35 23 9

Offensive Rebounds 24 24 23 23 16 15 6

vs. Indiana at San Antonio* at Milwaukee at Portland at Utah (1st) vs. Indiana (3rd) at San Antonio (1st)

2/22/12 11/15/06 12/7/12 3/29/08 3/25/08 2/22/12 11/15/06

Defensive Rebounds 1/11/08 11/26/12 1/17/11 2/19/08 11/12/05 3/6/13 2/8/08 12/3/12

40 38 24 12 6

at Denver vs. San Antonio vs. Denver (1st) Six times at New Jersey (1st)

3/16/05 12/8/12 12/22/12

20 17 13 13 8 2 2 2

at Houston at Philadelphia at Houston (2nd) at Washington (2nd) at Houston (4th) vs. Atlanta (1st) at Philadelphia (1st) at Cleveland (1st)

Assists Game Half Quarter Overtime

4/15/08

Steals

Blocked Shots Game Half Quarter Overtime

15 14 14 14 8 8 4

vs. Atlanta at Milwaukee vs. Dallas vs. Phoenix Seven times at Washington (2nd) vs. Sacramento (1st)

12/23/12 12/7/12 2/5/11 1/16/10

vs. Boston* at Boston* vs. Orlando vs. Orlando (2nd) vs. Milwaukee (4th) vs. Chicago (1st)

11/5/05 11/8/06 11/6/04 11/6/04 11/2/07 12/16/08

1/25/12 2/22/08

PERSONAL FOULS Game Half Quarter Overtime

39 36 36 25 16 8

Field Goals Made Game Half Quarter Overtime

52 51 30 18 6 6 6 6 6

at Cleveland at Milwaukee vs. Chicago (1st) vs. Toronto (1st) vs. Orlando (1st) vs. New York (2nd) vs. New Jersey (1st) at New Jersey (1st) at Phoenix (1st)

2/6/13 4/1/13 3/31/06 3/31/08 4/6/11 10/30/09 12/27/08 4/15/08 3/7/07

Field Goals Attempted Game Half Quarter Overtime

100 99 54 31 12 12 12

vs. L.A. Lakers*** vs. L.A. Lakers** vs. Denver (1st) vs. Golden State (2nd) vs. New Jersey (1st) at San Antonio (1st) vs. Boston (1st)

12/29/06 1/27/09 11/12/06 3/8/06 12/3/10 11/15/06 11/5/05

Field Goal Percentage Game Half Quarter Overtime

.630 .627 .719 .867 .857

at Oklahoma City (46-73) at Sacramento (42-67) vs. Washington (1st) (23-32) vs. Toronto (3rd) (13-15) vs. Orlando (1st) (6-7)

3/10/12 2/28/07 12/27/06 2/10/06 4/6/11

2/10/07 11/7/07 2/10/07 4/17/05 2/10/07 1/6/12 1/17/11 1/11/08

MISC.

Game Half Quarter Overtime

4/4/06 11/12/05 1/6/09

NBA

at Cleveland** at Oklahoma City at Philadelphia* at San Antonio at Miami vs. Brooklyn vs. New Jersey (1st) vs. Portland (1st)

12/11/09 11/12/05

HISTORY

48 45 45 45 45 29 17 8

at San Antonio at Miami Six times vs. Minnesota (2nd) at Miami (4th) vs. Boston (1st)

PLAYOFFS

Game Half Quarter Overtime

28 27 15 11 11 4

RECORDS

Game Half Quarter Overtime

Game Half Quarter Overtime

12-13 REVIEW

at Phoenix at Sacramento vs. San Antonio vs. San Antonio (2nd) at Sacramento (2nd) vs. Minnesota (2nd) at Sacramento (3rd) vs. Denver (2nd) at Portland (3rd) vs. Washington (1st) vs. New Orleans (2nd) vs. Phoenix (2nd) vs. Portland (1st) vs. New Jersey (1st) at New Jersey (1st)

PLAYERS

136 135 132 73 73 72 43 43 43 41 41 41 21 18 18

BBALL OPS

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Three-Point Field Goals Made Game Half Quarter Overtime

19 17 12 12 7 7 7 7 3 3 3

vs. San Antonio at Phoenix vs. San Antonio (1st) at Phoenix (2nd) vs. San Antonio (1st) at L.A. Lakers (4th) at Indiana (4th) vs. Washington (1st) vs. Orlando (1st) at New Jersey (1st) at Phoenix (1st)

Free Throws Made 12/8/12 12/19/12 12/8/12 1/26/11 12/8/12 1/31/12 4/12/08 12/26/07 4/6/11 4/15/08 3/7/07

PLAYERS

Three-Point Field Goal Percentage

RECORDS

Game Half Quarter Overtime

12-13 REVIEW

Three-Point Field Goals Attempted

Game Half Quarter Overtime

41 39 27 16 6

.750 .750 .643 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000

vs. New York at Indiana at Indiana (2nd) at Indiana (4th) vs. Atlanta (1st)

vs. Atlanta (6-8) vs. Cleveland (6-8) at Philadelphia (9-14) vs. Boston (1st) (2-2) at Atlanta (1st) (2-2) at Sacramento (1st) (4-4) Several times vs. Atlanta (1st) (2-2) at New Jersey (1st) (2-2)

12/5/12 4/12/08 4/12/08 4/12/08 1/6/12

2/13/08 11/18/04 12/9/05 2/11/13 11/14/07 11/29/05

Game Half Quarter Overtime

38 37 37 26 19 14

at L.A. Clippers at Utah at Sacramento vs. Atlanta (2nd) vs. Toronto (4th) vs. Portland (1st)

2/26/07 3/5/07 2/28/07 2/1/06 3/31/08 2/9/07

Free Throws Attempted Game Half Quarter Overtime

50 48 33 24 19

at Sacramento vs. Washington vs. Atlanta (2nd) vs. Chicago (4th) vs. Portland (1st)

2/28/07 12/27/06 2/1/06 3/31/06 2/9/07

Free Throw Percentage Game Half Quarter Overtime

1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000

vs. New York (13-13) vs. Toronto (26-26) at Atlanta (17-17) vs. L.A. Clippers (22-22) Several times Several times Nine times

4/15/13 3/20/13 11/29/06 12/23/05

*Denotes Number of Overtime Periods

2/13/08 3/24/07

OPPONENTS TEAM LOWS Game Half Quarter Overtime

Offensive Rebounds 65 68 72 27 28 7 7 8 2

vs. Miami vs. New Jersey vs. Washington vs. New Jersey (2nd) vs. Boston (2nd) vs. New Jersey (3rd) vs. New Orleans (2nd) at Detroit (2nd) vs. Boston (1st)

1/20/10 11/2/09 12/23/08 11/2/09 3/12/13 11/2/09 11/7/08 1/10/07 11/5/05

23 25 8 2 2 1 1 1 1 1

at Memphis vs. New York at Utah (2nd) at Memphis (1st) vs. Atlanta (4th) at Golden State (1st) at Boston (1st) at L.A. Lakers (2nd) vs. New Jersey (1st) vs. Houston (2nd)

12/19/08 4/15/13 2/1/05 12/19/08 1/20/07 1/28/11 4/1/09 1/27/09 12/27/08 1/10/06

Rebounds Game Half Quarter Overtime

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Game Half Quarter Overtime

3 3 3 3 4 4 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

vs. New York at Boston vs. Miami vs. Philadelphia vs. New Orleans vs. Washington vs. Toronto vs. Miami (2nd) vs. Indiana (1st) vs. Cleveland (2nd) at Chicago (1st) at L.A. Lakers (2nd) Several times Several times

4/15/13 1/14/11 4/3/09 4/19/06 1/15/11 12/27/06 1/28/05 4/3/09 3/21/09 12/6/08 12/23/06 1/30/05

Defensive Rebounds Game Half Quarter Overtime

16 16 17 17 6 6 0 0

at Philadelphia vs. Miami vs. Washington vs. Atlanta vs. Miami (1st) vs. Seattle (2nd) vs. Seattle (3rd) vs. Milwaukee (1st)

3/27/09 11/1/08 11/12/10 1/20/07 11/1/08 12/31/04 12/31/04 4/2/10


OPPONENTS TEAM LOWS continued

Assists

Field Goal Percentage 8 9 9 1 1 0 0

vs. Portland vs. Washington vs. Washington at New York (2nd) vs. Boston (2nd) Six times Nine times

11/14/09 12/23/08 3/5/05 3/29/13 1/6/09

1 1 1 2 0 0 0

vs. Orlando vs. Phoenix vs. Minnesota Six times Several times Several times Several times

12/15/12 1/16/10 1/5/05

Steals

.289 .298 .310 .243 .125 .083

vs. Miami (22-76) vs. Washington (25-84) vs. Seattle (26-84) vs. New York (2nd) (9-37) vs. Orlando (4th) (2-16) vs. Boston (1st) (1-12)

1/20/10 11/13/12 11/17/07 1/31/07 1/20/06 11/5/05

Three-Point Field Goals Made Game Half Quarter Overtime

0 0 0 0 0 0

at L.A. Clippers vs. Orlando vs. Cleveland Several times Several times Several times

1/28/08 3/21/05 1/3/05

PLAYERS

Game Half Quarter Overtime

Game Half Quarter Overtime

Three-Point Field Goals Attempted Turnovers 5 6 0 0 0

vs. New Jersey Six times vs. L.A. Lakers (2nd) Several times Several times

2/11/11 2/8/13

Blocked Shots 0 0 0 0 0 0

at New York vs. Seattle vs. New York Several times Several times Several times

4/9/08 11/10/06 4/16/05

Personal Fouls 9 11 1 0 0 0 0 0

vs. Memphis at New Orleans Six times Several times vs. New York (1st) at Phoenix (1st) vs. L.A. Lakers (2nd) vs. L.A. Lakers (1st)

1/19/08 1/18/08

10/30/09 3/7/07 12/29/06 12/29/06

vs. Atlanta vs. Orlando at Washington vs. Atlanta (1st) vs. Orlando (2nd) Several times at New York (2nd) at Detroit (2nd)

1/20/07 3/21/05 1/10/09 1/20/07 3/21/05 12/20/06 11/21/04

Three-Point Field Goal Percentage Game Half Quarter Overtime

.000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000

at L.A. Clippers (0-8) vs. Orlando (0-1) vs. Cleveland (0-12) Several times Several times Several times

1/28/08 3/21/05 1/3/05

Free Throws Made 4 5 5 0 0 0 0

vs. L.A. Lakers at Miami at Minnesota at Phoenix (2nd) at Miami (1st) Several times Several times

3/31/09 2/8/09 3/4/08 1/26/11 2/8/09

HISTORY

Game Half Quarter Overtime

Field Goals Made 22 25 25 25 8 2 2 2 2 1

vs. Miami vs. Washington vs. New Jersey vs. Milwaukee vs. Boston (2nd) vs. New Jersey (3rd) at Detroit (4th) vs. New York (4th) vs. Orlando (4th) Six times

1/20/10 11/13/12 11/2/09 11/22/08 3/12/13 11/2/09 1/13/09 1/31/07 1/20/06

Field Goals Attempted 61 62 28 28 28 8 5

vs. Philadelphia at Cleveland at Miami (1st) vs. Miami (2nd) vs. Philadelphia (2nd) vs. Indiana (4th) at Philadelphia (1st)

4/19/06 10/31/09 4/8/07 11/25/06 4/19/06 11/16/05 1/17/11

Game Half Quarter Overtime

6 8 0 0 0

vs. L.A. Lakers at Boston at Phoenix (2nd) Several times Several times

3/31/09 2/7/12 1/26/11

Free Throw Percentage Game Half Quarter Overtime

.370 .375 .000 .000 .000

vs. Miami (10-27) vs. Chicago (6-16) at Miami (1st) (0-6) Several times Several times

2/11/05 12/28/05 2/8/09 MISC.

Game Half Quarter Overtime

Free Throws Attempted

NBA

Game Half Quarter Overtime

PLAYOFFS

Game Half Quarter Overtime

1 1 3 0 0 0 0 0

RECORDS

Game Half Quarter Overtime

Game Half Quarter Overtime

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Game Half Quarter Overtime

BBALL OPS

Game Half Quarter Overtime

FRONT OFFICE

OPPONENTS TEAM LOWS

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Points

BBALL OPS

Game Half Quarter Overtime Rebounds

PLAYERS

FRONT OFFICE

OPPONENTS INDIVIDUAL HIGHS

Game Half Quarter Overtime

Blocked Shots 58 57 48 40 30 26 12

Kobe Bryant vs. L.A. Lakers*** 12/29/06 Deron Williams vs. New Jersey 3/4/12 Allen Iverson at Philadelphia 4/6/05 Deron Williams vs. New Jersey (2nd) 3/4/12 Allen Iverson at Philadelphia (1st) 4/6/05 Will Bynum at Detroit (4th) 4/5/09 Jarrett Jack vs. Portland (1st) 2/9/07

24 24 23 15 15 12 6

Dwight Howard vs. Orlando Shawn Marion at Phoenix Marcus Camby vs. Denver Lavoy Allen at Philadelphia (2nd) Kevin Garnett vs. Minnesota (1st) Dwight Howard at Orlando (3rd) Nicolas Batum vs. Portland (1st)

12/30/11 2/25/06 1/14/08 2/9/13 1/5/05 11/18/06 12/3/12

MISC.

NBA

HISTORY

PLAYOFFS

RECORDS

12-13 REVIEW

Offensive Rebounds

106

Game Half Quarter Overtime

11 10 9 8 3 3 3 3

Lavoy Allen at Philadelphia Jeff Foster at Indiana David Lee vs. New York (2nd) David Lee vs. New York (4th) Brandon Knight at Detroit (1st) Kendrick Perkins vs. Boston (1st) Tim Duncan at San Antonio (1st) Ricky Davis vs. Boston (1st)

2/9/13 1/25/09 12/21/07 12/21/07 1/6/13 1/6/09 11/15/06 11/5/05

Defensive Rebounds Game Half Quarter Overtime

Shawn Marion at Phoenix Chris Kaman vs. L.A. Clippers Chris Kaman vs. Clippers (2nd) Dwight Howard at Orlando (3rd) Nicolas Batum vs. Portland (1st)

2/25/06 12/23/05 12/23/05 11/18/06 12/3/12

18 17 12 9 3

Jason Kidd at Dallas Antonio Daniels at Washington Jason Kidd at Dallas (2nd) Jason Kidd at Dallas (3rd) Vince Carter at New Jersey (1st)

10/27/10 4/4/07 10/27/10 10/27/10 4/15/08

9 8 8 5 2

Rafer Alston at Houston Morris Peterson vs. Toronto Rafer Alston at Houston (2nd) Chris Paul vs. New Orleans (4th) Devin Harris vs. New Jersey (1st)

2/10/07 2/10/06 2/10/07 11/7/08 12/27/08

Turnovers Game Half Quarter Overtime

Dwight Howard at Orlando* Andrei Kirilenko vs. Utah Marcus Camby vs. Denver Andrew Bynum at L.A. Lakers (2nd) Zydrunas Ilgauskas at Cleveland (1st) Josh Smith at Atlanta (1st) Marcus Camby vs. Denver (2nd) Tony Battie vs. Orlando (1st) Andrew Bynum at L.A. Lakers (3rd) Tony Battie vs. Orlando (1st) Andrew Bynum at L.A. Lakers (2nd)

2/17/09 11/7/05 2/16/05 3/4/11 10/31/09 11/14/07 1/29/07 1/20/06 3/4/11 1/20/06 1/27/09

Several times Several times Omri Casspi vs. Cleveland (4th) Brevin Knight vs. Utah (4th) Brandon Roy vs. Portland (1st)

4/17/13 11/14/08 1/17/09

Personal Fouls Game Half Quarter Overtime

6 5 5 5 4

Field Goals Made Game Half Quarter Overtime

22 18 12 9 9 4

Kobe Bryant vs. L.A. Lakers*** Al Jefferson vs. Minnesota Al Jefferson vs. Minnesota (2nd) Andrew Bogut vs. Milwaukee (1st) Joe Johnson at Atlanta (2nd) Shaquille O’Neal vs. Miami (1st)

12/29/06 4/8/08 4/8/08 3/28/11 11/29/06 3/6/06

Game Half Quarter Overtime

45 34 21 14 6

Kobe Bryant vs. L.A. Lakers*** Dirk Nowitzki at Dallas* LeBron James vs. Cleveland (2nd) Blake Griffin at L.A. Clippers (1st) Dirk Nowitzki at Dallas (1st)

12/29/06 12/12/09 3/20/07 1/29/11 12/12/09

Three-Point Field Goals Made

Steals Game Half Quarter Overtime

8 7 7 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 3

Field Goals Attempted

19 19 12 10 5

Assists Game Half Quarter Overtime

Game Half Quarter Overtime

12 10 7 7 5 5 3

Paul Pierce at Boston* 11/8/06 Yao Ming at Houston 12/22/04 R. Westbrook at Oklahoma City (1st) 4/10/09 Paul Pierce at Boston (2nd) 11/8/06 LeBron James at Cleveland (3rd) 1/11/08 LeBron James at Cleveland (3rd) 1/11/05 Kwame Brown vs. L.A. Lakers (3rd) 12/29/06

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7 6 6 6 6 6 2 2

Seven times Shannon Brown vs. Phoenix (2nd) Jodie Meeks at Philadelphia (1st) Mike Bibby at Sacramento (2nd) Shannon Brown vs. Phoenix (4th) Jodie Meeks at Philadelphia (1st) Ray Allen at Boston (2nd) Leandro Barbosa at Phoenix (1st)

11/7/12 12/4/10 2/28/07 11/7/12 12/4/10 4/1/09 3/7/07

Three-Point Field Goals Attempted Game Half Quarter Overtime

14 13 13 9 9 9 7 7 7 4

Chucky Atkins vs. L.A. Lakers 3/12/05 Brandon Jennings at Milwaukee 11/27/10 Rashard Lewis vs. Orlando 1/23/10 Quentin Richardson at Miami (1st) 3/20/10 A. Igoudala vs. Philadelphia (2nd) 4/16/08 D. Stevenson vs. Washington (2nd) 3/8/08 Joe Johnson at Brooklyn (3rd) 4/6/13 John Salmons at Sacramento (3rd) 3/3/13 A. Igoudala vs. Philadelphia (3rd) 4/16/08 Richard Hamilton vs. Detroit (1st) 1/12/08


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continued Minutes Played

Game Half Quarter Overtime

Game

Deron Williams vs. New Jersey 3/4/12 Richard Hamilton at Detroit 11/21/04 Deron Williams vs. New Jersey (2nd) 3/4/12 Marvin Williams vs. Atlanta (2nd) 2/6/09 Will Bynum at Detroit (4th) 4/5/09 Jarrett Jack vs. Portland (1st) 2/9/07

56 56 54 54

Chris Duhon vs. New York** David Wesley vs. Houston** Kobe Bryant vs. L.A. Lakers*** Jamal Crawford at New York**

10/31/09 1/10/06 12/29/06 12/20/06

*Denotes Number of Overtime Periods

BBALL OPS

21 20 16 16 14 9

Free Throws Attempted 23 22 19 16 12

LeBron James at Cleveland* Dwyane Wade vs. Miami Dwyane Wade vs. Miami (2nd) Will Bynum at Detroit (4th) Jarrett Jack vs. Portland (1st)

3/22/06 11/25/06 11/25/06 4/5/09 2/9/07

PLAYERS

Game Half Quarter Overtime

FRONT OFFICE

Free Throws Made

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NOVEMBER 4, 2004 VS. WASHINGTON First Starting Lineup

F Gerald Wallace, F Emeka Okafor, C Primoz Brezec, G Brevin Knight, G Jason Kapono

First Point Scored

Primoz Brezec

11:38 of the first quarter (Layup)

First FGA

Primoz Brezec

11:38 of the first quarter (Layup)

First FGM

Primoz Brezec

11:38 of the first quarter (Layup)

First FTA

Primoz Brezec

10:49 of the first quarter

First FTM

Primoz Brezec

10:49 of the first quarter

First 3PA

Steve Smith

1:44 of the first quarter

First 3PM

Steve Smith

1:44 of the first quarter

First Dunk

Emeka Okafor

0:47.3 of the first quarter (Putback)

First Rebound

Emeka Okafor

11:51 of the first quarter (Jarvis Hayes miss)

First Offensive Rebound

Emeka Okafor

8:23 of the first quarter (Jason Kapono miss)

First Defensive Rebound

Emeka Okafor

11:51 of the first quarter (Jarvis Hayes miss)

First Assist

Brevin Knight

11:38 of the first quarter (Primoz Brezec)

First Steal

Jason Hart

3:11 of the first quarter (Gilbert Arenas turnover)

First Turnover

Primoz Brezec

11:11 of the first quarter (Bad pass)

First Block

Jason Kapono

8:44 of the first quarter (Larry Hughes)

First Substitution

Tamar Slay for Jason Kapono

5:28 of the first quarter

First Personal Foul

Gerald Wallace

11:07 of the first quarter (Antawn Jamison)

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RECORDS

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PLAYERS

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39 35 32

104-65 116-81 122-90

TOP REBOUNDING MONTHS 1/20/10 11/25/09 11/16/05

at Oklahoma City at Portland at Denver

11/26/12 2/1/12 3/2/11

Biggest Defeats 45 44 40

114-69 112-68 120-80

Brevin Knight Brevin Knight Brevin Knight

February 2006 March 2005 December 2004

45 39 36

Stephen Jackson Gerald Wallace Jason Richardson

11/16/09 to 2/20/10 2/14/07 to 11/21/07 12/14/07 to 2/23/08

Most Consecutive Double-Figure Rebounding 19 10 7

Emeka Okafor Emeka Okafor Emeka Okafor

11/21/04 to 1/1/05 3/19/05 to 4/13/05 2/9/07 to 2/24/07

Most Consecutive Double-Figure Assists 6 4 4

3/23/05 to 4/1/05 1/21/05 to 1/27/05 Two times

MOST CONSECUTIVE 20-PLUS POINT GAMES 10 9 6

1/18/11 to 1/28/11 2/25/09 to 3/7/09 3/26/08 to 4/4/08 1/26/10 to 1/30/10 1/10/07 to 1/19/07 4/9/06 to 4/17/06

Jason Richardson Jason Richardson Gerald Wallace

12/22/07 to 1/9/08 3/17/08 to 4/4/08 12/29/07 to 1/8/08

RECORDS

12/22/09 to 1/20/10 3/5/10 to 3/26/10 11/23/04 to 12/18/04

Brevin Knight Jason Hart Brevin Knight

12-13 REVIEW

3/5/10 to 3/14/10 1/9/10 to 1/20/10 2/25/09 to 3/7/09 3/2/08 to 3/8/08

Longest Road Winning Streaks

Most 20-Plus Point/10-Plus Rebound Games 61 45 8

Gerald Wallace Emeka Okafor Primoz Brezec

PLAYOFFS

4 4 4 3 3 3

10.7 10.5 10.0

Most Consecutive Double-Figure Scoring 2/12/11 3/6/12 3/27/13 3/17/10 1/2/10 1/16/08

Longest Home Winning StreakS 9 7 5

February 2008 December 2004 February 2007

PLAYERS

at Atlanta (trailed 51-29) vs. Orlando (trailed 37-17) vs. Orlando (trailed 39-20) vs. Oklahoma City (trailed 51-32) at Miami (trailed 29-10) at Orlando (trailed 62-43)

Longest Winning Streaks 6 6 6 5

Emeka Okafor Emeka Okafor Emeka Okafor

TOP ASSISTS MONTHS

Biggest Comebacks in wins 22 20 19 19 19 19

13.1 13.3 12.9

BBALL OPS

vs. Miami vs. Toronto vs. Indiana

FRONT OFFICE

Biggest Victories

Top Scoring Games Off The Bench Longest Losing Streaks

34 32 31

3/19/12 to 4/26/12 11/26/12 to 12/29/12 1/16/12 to 2/15/12

Ben Gordon Sean May Ronald Murray

at New Orleans vs. Orlando at Orlando

11/9/12 12/14/06 11/16/09

MOST CONSECUTIVE GAMES WITH A three-POINTER Longest Home Losing Streaks 16 14 7

33 32 27

11/21/12 to 1/25/13 3/19/12 to 4/26/12 1/16/12 to 3/4/12

Jason Richardson Jumaine Jones Jason Richardson

11/11/07 to 1/16/08 1/16/06 to 3/22/06 1/19/08 to3/16/08

14 14 13

42 37 35

1/11/13 to 4/12/13 1/2/06 to 2/27/06 1/1/12 to 2/15/12

D.J. Augustin Matt Carroll Stephen Jackson

12/6/08 to 12/23/08 11/28/06 to 1/5/07 12/19/09 to 1/5/10

26.8 25.1 24.4

Jason Richardson Jason Richardson Stephen Jackson

MISC.

TOP SCORING MONTHS

NBA

Most Consecutive Free Throws Made Longest Road Losing Streaks

HISTORY

23 18 16

April 2008 March 2008 February 2010

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BOBCATS Career/season Records

BBALL OPS

FRONT OFFICE

bobcats career and season records GAMES PLAYED Career Season

454 399 397 82

DEFENSIVE REBOUNDS Gerald Wallace Raymond Felton Matt Carroll Eight times

2004-11 2005-10 2004-09, 2010-12

Gerald Wallace Raymond Felton Emeka Okafor Six times

2004-10 2005-10 2004-09

GAMES STARTED Career Season

445 369 326 82

PLAYERS

CONSECUTIVE GAMES PLAYED Career Season

268 175 170 82

Boris Diaw Emeka Okafor Raymond Felton Eight times

12/13/08 to 3/4/12 3/28/07 to 4/15/09 1/28/08 to 2/9/10

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CONsecutive games started Career Season

245 173 99 82

Boris Diaw Emeka Okafor D.J. Augustin Six times

12/13/08 to 1/13/12 3/30/07 to 4/13/09 10/27/10 to 1/22/12

RECORDS

16718 13939 11212 3149 3119 3086

Gerald Wallace Raymond Felton Emeka Okafor Jason Richardson Gerald Wallace Raymond Felton

2004-11 2005-10 2004-09 2007-08 2009-10 2008-09

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REBOUNDS

MISC.

NBA

Career Season

110

7437 5311 4630 1788 1518 1455

3516 3398 1381 876 827 795

Gerald Wallace Raymond Felton Emeka Okafor Jason Richardson Stephen Jackson Kemba Walker

2004-11 2005-10 2004-09 2007-08 2009-10 2012-13

2004-09 2004-11 2005-10 2007-08 2009-10 2008-09

2573 1497 1248 610 591 583

Raymond Felton Brevin Knight D.J. Augustin Brevin Knight Brevin Knight Raymond Felton

2005-10 2004-07 2008-12 2005-06 2004-05 2007-08

827 575 355 160 157 144

Gerald Wallace Raymond Felton Brevin Knight Kemba Walker Brevin Knight Gerald Wallace

2004-11 2005-10 2004-07 2012-13 2005-06 2006-07

Gerald Wallace Raymond Felton Boris Diaw Stephen Jackson Raymond Felton Raymond Felton

2004-11 2005-10 2008-12 2009-10 2006-07 2008-09

Emeka Okafor Gerald Wallace Bismack Biyombo Emeka Okafor Bismack Biyombo Emeka Okafor

2004-09 2004-11 2011-13 2006-07 2012-13 2007-08

Gerald Wallace Emeka Okafor Raymond Felton Emeka Okafor Emeka Okafor Jason Richardson

2004-11 2004-09 2005-10 2008-09 2007-08 2007-08

ASSISTS Career Season STEALS Career Season

Career Season

1024 1021 606 233 230 228

1157 775 501 275 275 258

Career Season

621 531 258 172 143 138

PERSONAL FOULS Emeka Okafor Gerald Wallace Boris Diaw Emeka Okafor Emeka Okafor Emeka Okafor

2004-09 2004-11 2008-12 2007-08 2008-09 2004-05

Emeka Okafor Gerald Wallace Primoz Brezec Emeka Okafor Emeka Okafor Emeka Okafor

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1254 1000 908 247 241 241

FIELD GOALS MADE

OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS Career Season

Emeka Okafor Gerald Wallace Raymond Felton Emeka Okafor Gerald Wallace Emeka Okafor

Blocked shots

POINTS

Career Season

2359 2623 1094 621 612 552

TURNOVERS

MInutes played Career Season

Career Season

2004-09 2004-11 2004-08 2008-09 2004-05 2006-07

Career Season

2586 1980 1866 648 544 478

Gerald Wallace Raymond Felton Emeka Okafor Jason Richardson Stephen Jackson Gerald Wallace

2004-11 2005-10 2004-09 2007-08 2009-10 2006-07


Bobcats Career/Season records bobcats career and season records 5422 4833 3691 1468 1285 1244

free throw percentage***

Gerald Wallace Raymond Felton Emeka Okafor Jason Richardson Stephen Jackson Kemba Walker

2004-11 2005-10 2004-09 2007-08 2009-10 2012-13

Career Season

.876 .840 .818 .906 .904 .893

Double-doubles

Career Season

Career Season

.515 .511 .506 .561 .553 .538

Nazr Mohammed (633-1229) 2007-11 Derrick Brown (342-669) 2009-11, 2011-12 Emeka Okafor (1866-3691) 2004-09 Emeka Okafor (433-772) 2008-09 Nazr Mohammed (189-342) 2009-10 Gerald Wallace (317-589) 2005-06

Three-point field goals made 375 350 338 243 121 118

Raymond Felton D.J. Augustin Matt Carroll Jason Richardson Stephen Jackson Stephen Jackson

2005-10 2008-12 2004-09, 2010-12 2007-08 2010-11 2009-10

Emeka Okafor Gerald Wallace Raymond Felton Emeka Okafor Emeka Okafor Emeka Okafor

2004-08 2004-11 2005-08 2004-05 2008-09 2007-08

*career min 500 att/season min 200 att **career min 250 att/season min 100 att *** career min 300 att/season min 150 att

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Career Season

179 109 53 47 39 39

three-point field goals attempted 1146 936 866 599 359 353

Raymond Felton D.J. Augustin Matt Carroll Jason Richardson Stephen Jackson Stephen Jackson

2005-10 2008-12 2004-09, 2010-12 2007-08 2010-11 2009-10

RECORDS

Career Season

PLAYERS

Field Goal percentage*

D.J. Augustin (684-781) 2008-12 Matt Carroll (593-706) 2004-09, 2010-12 Brevin Knight (522-638) 2004-07 D.J. Augustin (269-297) 2010-11 Matt Carroll (188-208) 2006-07 D.J. Augustin (208-233) 2008-09

BBALL OPS

Career Season

continued FRONT OFFICE

FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED

Three-point field goal percentage** .410 .390 .374 .439 .436 .419

Jason Richardson (270-658) 2007-09 Matt Carroll (338-866) 2004-09, 2010-12 D.J. Augustin (350-936) 2008-12 D.J. Augustin (108-246) 2008-09 Matt Carroll (105-241) 2007-08 Boris Diaw (70-167) 2008-09

PLAYOFFS

Career Season

Career Season

1998 976 898 422 365 313

Gerald Wallace Raymond Felton Emeka Okafor Gerald Wallace Gerald Wallace Gerald Wallace

HISTORY

free throws made 2004-11 2005-10 2004-09 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08

2752 1506 1248 544 454 447

Gerald Wallace Emeka Okafor Raymond Felton Gerald Wallace Gerald Wallace Gerald Wallace

2004-11 2004-09 2005-10 2009-10 2008-09 2006-07

MISC.

Career Season

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Charlotte Bobcats 107, Boston Celtics 105 (OT)

First Starting Lineups

Boston: Delonte West, Ricky Davis, Mark Blount, Raef LaFrentz, Paul Pierce Charlotte: Brevin Knight, Matt Carroll, Primoz Brezec, Emeka Okafor, Gerald Wallace

First Point Scored

Ricky Davis (Boston)

11:44 of the first quarter (Jump shot)

First FGA

Ricky Davis (Boston)

11:44 of the first quarter (Jump shot)

First FGM

Ricky Davis (Boston)

11:44 of the first quarter (Jump shot)

First FTA

Delonte West (Boston)

8:05 of the first quarter

First FTM

Delonte West (Boston)

8:05 of the first quarter

First 3PA

Delonte West (Boston)

8:54 of the first quarter

First 3PM

Delonte West (Boston)

8:54 of the first quarter

First Dunk

Gerald Wallace (Charlotte)

10:49 of the first quarter

First Rebound

Emeka Okafor (Charlotte)

11:20 of the first quarter (Matt Carroll miss)

First Offensive Rebound

Emeka Okafor (Charlotte)

11:20 of the first quarter (Matt Carroll miss)

First Defensive Rebound

Ricky Davis (Boston)

11:02 of the first quarter (Emeka Okafor miss)

First Assist

Delonte West (Boston)

11:44 of the first quarter (Ricky Davis basket)

First Steal

Gerald Wallace (Charlotte)

10:53 of the first quarter (Mark Blount)

First Turnover

Mark Blount (Boston)

11:02 of the first quarter (Bad pass)

First Block

Delonte West (Boston)

5:57 of the second quarter (Brevin Knight)

First Substitution

Jumaine Jones for Emeka Okafor (Charlotte)

3:07 of the first quarter

First Personal Foul

Matt Carroll

11:51 of the first quarter

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64 Charlotte vs. L.A. Lakers*** 35 Charlotte vs. New Jersey (1st) 35 Charlotte vs. Philadelphia (2nd) 23 Indiana 9 Portland (1st)

Defensive Game Half Quarter Overtime

Rebounds 45 Charlotte vs. New Jersey* 29 Brooklyn 17 New Jersey (1st) 8 Portland (1st)

4/5/13 11/6/07 4/5/13 12/3/10 11/6/07 1/15/07 3/8/06

12/3/10 3/6/13 2/8/08 12/3/12

4/3/07 3/31/06 3/31/08 4/6/11 10/30/09 12/27/08

Field Goals Attempted Game 112 Charlotte vs. L.A. Lakers*** Half 54 Charlotte vs. Denver (2nd) 54 Denver (1st) Quarter 31 Golden State (2nd) Overtime 12 New Jersey (1st) 12 Boston (1st)

12/29/06 3/30/12 11/12/06 3/8/06 12/3/10 11/5/05

Field Goal Percentage Game .646 Charlotte vs. Atlanta (42-65) Half .719 Washington (1st) (23-32) Quarter .867 Toronto (3rd) (13-15) Overtime .750 Charlotte vs. Chicago (1st) (3-4)

1/20/07 12/27/06 2/10/06 12/16/08

Three-Point Field Goals Made Game 19 San Antonio Half 12 San Antonio (1st) Quarter 7 San Antonio (1st) 7 Washington (1st) Overtime 3 Orlando (1st)

12/8/12 12/8/126 12/8/12 12/26/07 4/6/11

Three-Point Field Goals Attempted Game 41 New York Half 22 New York (2nd) Quarter 14 New York (3rd) Overtime 6 Atlanta (1st)

12/5/12 12/5/12 4/15/13 1/6/12

Assists Game Half Quarter Overtime

39 21 21 21 14 5

Charlotte vs. Orlando Charlotte vs. Phoenix (2nd) Charlotte vs. Washington (1st) Charlotte vs. Orlando (1st) Charlotte vs. Atlanta (1st) New Jersey (1st)

3/12/07 11/20/10 4/3/07 3/12/07 3/6/09 3/24/07

Three-Point Field Goal Percentage Game .750 Atlanta (6-8) Half 1.000 Six times Quarter 1.000 Several times Overtime 1.000 Atlanta (1st) (2-2) 1.000 Charlotte vs. Cleveland (1st) (2-2)

Steals Game Half Quarter Overtime

19 12 12 9 3

Charlotte vs. Milwaukee Denver (1st) Charlotte vs. Milwaukee (2nd) Charlotte vs. Miami (4th) Charlotte vs. Washington (1st)

1/13/06 11/12/06 1/13/06 11/12/05 11/21/07

Free Throws Made Game 38 Charlotte vs. Dallas Half 26 Charlotte vs. Cleveland (2nd) 26 Atlanta (2nd) Quarter 21 Charlotte vs. Cleveland (4th) Overtime 14 Portland (1st)

11/11/05 12/8/07 2/1/06 12/8/07 2/9/07

Turnovers Game 29 Half 16 16 Quarter 11 Overtime 4

Charlotte vs. Denver Charlotte vs. Boston (1st) Charlotte vs. Denver (1st) Minnesota (2nd) Boston (1st)

11/12/06 11/29/08 11/12/06 4/4/06 1/6/09

Free Throws Attempted Game 52 Charlotte vs. Dallas Half 33 Atlanta (2nd) Quarter 27 Charlotte vs. Milwaukee (4th) Overtime 19 Portland (1st)

11/11/05 2/1/06 11/2/07 2/9/07

Blocked Shots Game 16 Half 11 Quarter 7 7 7 7 Overtime 4

Charlotte vs. Toronto Charlotte vs. Toronto (2nd) Charlotte vs. Detroit (2nd) Charlotte vs. Toronto (4th) Charlotte vs. Minnesota (2nd) Charlotte vs. Boston (3rd) Sacramento (1st)

11/25/09 12/14/10 12/27/10 12/14/10 3/24/10 12/16/06 2/22/08

2/13/08 3/20/07

NBA

4/15/13 3/20/13 12/23/05

HISTORY

*Denotes Number of Overtime Periods MISC.

Fouls 39 Boston* 23 Toronto (2nd) 16 Milwaukee (4th) 11 Charlotte vs. Portland (1st)

2/13/08

PLAYOFFS

Personal Game Half Quarter Overtime

Free Throw Percentage Game 1.000 New York (13-13) 1.000 Toronto (26-26) 1.000 L.A. Clippers (22-22) Half 1.000 Several times Quarter 1.000 Several times Overtime 1.000 Several times

RECORDS

Rebounds 23 Charlotte vs. Miami 23 Charlotte vs. Phoenix 15 Charlotte vs. Miami (2nd) 15 Charlotte vs. New Jersey (1st) 15 Charlotte vs. Phoenix (2nd) 15 Charlotte vs. Milwaukee (2nd) 13 Golden State (2nd) 4 Three times

12/29/06 12/3/10 2/8/06 2/22/12 12/3/12

Field Goals Made Game 51 Charlotte vs. Washington Half 30 Chicago (1st) Quarter 18 Toronto (1st) Overtime 6 Orlando (1st) 6 New York (2nd) 6 New Jersey (1st)

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12/29/06 12/8/12 1/16/10 3/28/06 1/16/10 12/8/12 1/16/10 1/14/08 2/9/07

PLAYERS

Rebounds Game Half Quarter Overtime

Charlotte vs. L.A. Lakers*** San Antonio Charlotte vs. Phoenix Charlotte vs. Atlanta Charlotte vs. Phoenix (1st) San Antonio Charlotte vs. Phoenix (1st) Denver (2nd) Portland (1st)

BBALL OPS

133 132 125 125 74 73 43 43 21

FRONT OFFICE

Points Game Half Quarter Overtime

11/5/05 3/17/12 11/2/07 2/9/07

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62 62 26 7 2

12/11/10 12/8/06 12/17/05 11/2/09 11/5/05

Charlotte vs. Atlanta Charlotte vs. New York (2nd) Charlotte vs. Atlanta (2nd) New Jersey (1st) Houston (2nd)

1/20/07 4/18/07 1/20/07 12/27/08 1/10/06

Offensive Rebounds Game 1 Charlotte vs. Chicago Half 0 Miami (2nd) 0 Indiana (1st) 0 Cleveland (2nd) Quarter 0 Several times Overtime 0 Several times Defensive Rebounds Game 16 Miami Half 6 New Orleans (1st) 6 Miami (1st) Quarter 1 Charlotte vs. New York (4th) Overtime 0 Charlotte vs. New Jersey (1st) 0 Milwaukee (1st)

11/1/08 12/29/12 11/1/08 11/23/05 3/24/07 4/02/10

Assists Game Half Quarter Overtime

8 Portland 1 Boston (2nd) 0 Boston (4th) 0 Milwaukee (2nd) 0 Miami (3rd) 0 Philadelphia (3rd) 0 Charlotte vs. Sacramento (1st) 0 Charlotte vs. Atlanta (1st) 0 L.A. Lakers (2nd) 0 Charlotte vs. Miami (1st)

11/14/09 1/6/09 1/6/09 11/22/08 4/10/07 2/23/07 2/22/08 2/13/08 12/29/06 3/6/06

Steals Game Half Quarter Overtime

0 0 0 0

Charlotte vs. Atlanta Several times Several times Several times

Turnovers Game Half Quarter Overtime

5 1 0 0

New Jersey Eight times Several times Several times

MISC.

NBA

HISTORY

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RECORDS

PLAYERS

Rebounds Game 25 Half 9 Quarter 1 Overtime 1 1

Charlotte vs. Boston Charlotte vs. Houston Charlotte vs. Detroit (1st) New Jersey (3rd) Boston (1st)

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BBALL OPS

FRONT OFFICE

TIME WARNER CABLE ARENA TEAM LOWS

Blocked Shots Game 0 Seattle 0 Charlotte vs. Toronto Half 0 Several times Quarter 0 Several times Overtime 0 Several times Personal Fouls Game 9 Memphis Half 1 Five times Quarter 0 Seven times Overtime 0 Five times

1/5/10 4/3/09 3/21/09 12/6/08

3/6/09

2/11/11

11/10/06 2/10/06

1/19/08

Field Goals Made Game 21 Charlotte vs. Toronto Half 8 Boston (2nd) 8 Charlotte vs. New Orleans (2nd) 8 Charlotte vs. New Jersey (1st) Quarter 2 Charlotte vs. New Orleans (3rd) 2 New Jersey (3rd) 2 New York (4th) 2 Orlando (4th) Overtime 1 Dallas (1st) 1 Charlotte vs. Sacramento (1st) 1 Sacramento (1st) 1 Boston (1st)

2/10/06 3/12/13 4/16/12 11/2/09 4/16/12 11/2/09 1/31/07 1/20/06 11/10/12 2/22/08 12/19/05 11/5/05

Field Goals Attempted Game 59 Charlotte vs. Detroit Half 26 Charlotte vs. Detroit (2nd) Quarter 8 Indiana (4th) Overtime 4 Charlotte vs. Boston (1st) 4 Charlotte vs. Chicago (1st) 4 Charlotte vs. Atlanta (1st)

11/3/08 11/3/08 11/16/05 1/6/09 12/16/08 2/13/08

Field Goal Percentage Game .284 Charlotte vs. Houston (23-81) Half .190 New Jersey (1st) Quarter .125 Orlando (4th) (2-16) Overtime .083 Boston (1st) (1-12) Three-Point Field Goals Made Game 1 Several times Half 0 Several times Quarter 0 Several times Overtime 0 Several times Three-Point Field Goals Attempted Game 1 Atlanta Half 0 Atlanta (1st) Quarter 0 Several times Overtime 0 Charlotte vs. Orlando (1st) 0 Charlotte vs. New Jersey (1st) 0 Charlotte vs. Chicago (1st) 0 Charlotte vs. Houston (2nd) Three-Point Field Goal Percentage Game .063 Charlotte vs. New Orleans Half .000 Several times Quarter .000 Several times Overtime .000 Several times Free Throws Made Game 4 L.A. Lakers Half 1 Five times Quarter 0 Several times Overtime 0 Several times Free Throws Attempted Game 6 L.A. Lakers Half 1 Charlotte vs. Chicago (1st) 1 L.A. Clippers (1st) Quarter 0 Several times Overtime 0 Several times Free Throw Percentage Game .375 Chicago (6-16) Half .200 Miami (1st) (1-5) Quarter .000 Several times Overtime .000 Charlotte vs. Boston (1st) (0-2) *Denotes Number of Overtime Periods

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1/20/07 1/20/07 4/6/11 12/27/08 12/16/08 1/10/06

4/16/12

3/31/09

3/31/09 3/9/11 3/12/10

12/28/05 4/3/09 11/5/05


TIME WARNER CABLE ARENA INDIVIDUAL HIGHS TIME WARNER CABLE ARENA INDIVIDUAL HIGHS 58 57 40 22 12

Kobe Bryant vs. L.A. Lakers*** 12/29/06 Deron Williams vs. New Jersey 3/4/12 Deron Williams vs. New Jersey (2nd) 3/4/12 Deron Williams vs. New Jersey (3rd) 3/4/12 Jarrett Jack vs. Portland (1st) 2/9/07

PERSONAL FOULS Game 6 Several times 5 Several times Half Quarter 5 Brevin Knight vs. Utah (4th) 11/14/08 5 Derek Anderson vs. New York (4th) 4/18/07 Overtime 5 Matt Carroll vs. Portland (1st) 2/9/07

REBOUNDS Game 25 Half 14 Quarter 11 Overtime 4 4

Emeka Okafor vs. L.A. Lakers*** 12/29/06 Emeka Okafor vs. New Jersey (2nd) 1/17/07 Marcus Camby vs. Denver (3rd) 1/14/08 Emeka Okafor vs. Sacramento (1st) 2/22/08 Gerald Wallace vs. Portland (1st) 2/9/07

FIELD GOALS MADE Game 22 Kobe Bryant vs. L.A. Lakers*** 12/29/06 Half 12 Al Jefferson vs. Minnesota (2nd) 4/8/08 Quarter 9 Andrew Bogut vs. Milwaukee (1st) 3/28/11 9 Gerald Wallace vs. Milwaukee (3rd) 11/2/07 Overtime 4 Shaquille O’Neal vs. Miami (1st) 3/6/06

BBALL OPS

FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED Game 45 Kobe Bryant vs. L.A. Lakers*** 12/29/06 Half 21 LeBron James vs. Cleveland (2nd) 3/20/07 Quarter 13 D.J. Augustin vs. Washington (3rd) 4/3/11 13 Allen Iverson vs. Philadelphia (3rd) 2/8/06 Overtime 5 Dante Cunningham vs. Orlando (1st) 4/6/11 5 Richard Hamilton vs. Detroit (1st) 1/12/08 5 Raymond Felton vs. Cleveland (1st) 3/20/07

PLAYERS

FRONT OFFICE

POINTS Game Half Quarter Overtime

8 8 8 7 5 5 2

Kemba Walker vs. Dallas* Gerald Wallace vs. Milwaukee Morris Peterson vs. Toronto Morris Peterson vs. Toronto (2nd) Chris Paul vs. New Orleans (4th) Gerald Wallace vs. Milwaukee (3rd) Devin Harris vs. New Jersey (1st)

TURNOVERS Game Half Quarter Overtime

9 9 9 6 5 5 3

Stephen Jackson vs. Detroit 12/27/10 Rajon Rondo vs. Boston 1/7/09 Raymond Felton vs. Cleveland* 3/20/07 Five times Gerald Wallace vs. Indiana (3rd) 1/18/06 Raymond Felton vs. New Orleans (2nd) 1/16/06 Kwame Brown vs. L.A. Lakers (3rd) 12/29/06

FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED Game 22 Gerald Wallace vs. Indiana* 22 Dwyane Wade vs. Miami Half 19 Dwyane Wade vs. Miami (2nd) Quarter 13 Dwight Howard vs. Orlando (4th) Overtime 12 Jarrett Jack vs. Portland (1st) MINUTES Game

57 56 56

3/4/12 3/4/12 2/6/09 12/8/07 2/9/07 12/31/07 11/25/06 11/25/06 12/14/07 2/9/07

Raymond Felton vs. L.A. Lakers*** 12/29/06 Chris Duhon vs. New York** 10/31/09 David Wesley vs. Houston** 1/10/06

* Denotes Number of Overtime Periods NBA

Emeka Okafor vs. Boston 12/16/06 Emeka Okafor vs. Dallas 11/20/06 Emeka Okafor vs. Dallas (1st) 11/20/06 Emeka Okafor vs. Dallas (2nd) 11/20/06 Tony Battie vs. Orlando (1st) 1/20/06 Jameer Nelson vs. Orlando (1st) 4/6/11 Emeka Okafor vs. Atlanta (1st) 2/13/08 Andray Blatche vs. Washington (1st) 11/21/07 Kwame Brown vs. L.A. Lakers (2nd) 12/29/06

MISC.

BLOCKED SHOTS 8 Game 8 Half 6 Quarter 5 5 Overtime 2 2 2 2

11/10/12 1/13/06 2/10/06 2/10/06 11/7/08 1/13/06 12/27/08

FREE THROWS MADE Game 21 Deron Williams vs. New Jersey Half 16 Deron Williams vs. New Jersey (2nd) 16 Marvin Williams vs. Atlanta (2nd) 11 Raymond Felton vs. Cleveland (4th) Quarter Overtime 9 Jarrett Jack vs. Portland (1st)

HISTORY

STEALS Game Half Quarter Overtime

Brevin Knight vs. Houston ** 1/10/06 Rajon Rondo vs. Boston (1st) 4/15/12 D.J. Augustin vs. Detroit (1st) 4/10/11 Raymond Felton vs. Washington (1st) 4/3/07 Brevin Knight vs. Houston (2nd) 1/10/06 D.J. Augustin vs. Detroit (1st) 4/10/11 Brevin Knight vs. Houston (1st) 1/10/06

THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED Game 13 Stephen Jackson vs. Utah 11/13/10 13 Rashard Lewis vs. Orlando 1/23/10 Half 9 Five times Quarter 7 A. Igoudala vs. Philadelphia (3rd) 4/16/08 Overtime 4 Richard Hamilton vs. Detroit (1st) 1/12/08

PLAYOFFS

18 11 11 11 11 9 3

12/3/12 12/3/12 11/7/12 12/31/07

RECORDS

ASSISTS Game Half Quarter Overtime

THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE Game 8 Ben Gordon vs. Portland* Half 7 Ben Gordon vs. Portland (2nd) 6 Shannon Brown vs. Phoenix (4th) Quarter Overtime 2 Gerald Wallace vs. Indiana (1st)

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OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS Game 9 Emeka Okafor vs. Philadelphia 1/26/08 9 David Lee vs. New York 12/21/07 9 Emeka Okafor vs. Denver 11/12/06 9 Elton Brand vs. L.A. Clippers 12/23/05 Half 9 David Lee vs. New York (2nd) 12/21/07 Quarter 8 David Lee vs. New York (4th) 12/21/07 Overtime 3 Kendrick Perkins vs. Boston (1st) 1/6/09 3 Gerald Wallace vs. Cleveland (1st) 3/24/07 3 Ricky Davis vs. Boston (1st) 11/5/05 DEFENSIVE REBOUNDS Game 19 Emeka Okafor vs. L.A. Lakers*** 12/29/06 19 Chris Kaman vs. L.A. Clippers 12/23/05 Half 12 Chris Kaman vs. L.A. Clippers (2nd) 12/23/05 Quarter 8 Seven times Overtime 4 Gerald Wallace vs. Portland (1st) 2/9/07

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FIELD GOALS 3-POINT FG FREE THROWS REBOUNDS G GS MIN FG FGA PCT FG FGA PCT FT FTA PCT OFF DEF TOT AST PF DQ STL TO BLK PTS AVG 4 4 156 24 67 .358 3 18 .167 21 26 .808 6 14 20 15 13 0 5 17 1 72 18.0 4 4 164 21 44 .477 5 11 .455 23 35 .657 2 34 36 9 9 0 5 3 6 70 17.5 4 4 130 17 42 .405 4 13 .308 9 12 .750 3 7 10 20 8 0 2 6 0 47 11.8 4 0 68 15 24 .625 0 0 --- 5 6 .833 6 16 22 2 9 0 2 4 2 35 8.8 4 4 152 14 28 .500 1 9 .111 1 2 .500 7 13 20 16 11 0 1 12 3 30 7.5 4 0 58 8 17 .471 4 10 .400 4 7 .571 1 12 13 6 8 0 0 3 0 24 6.0 4 0 48 11 19 .579 0 0 --- 2 3 .667 5 3 8 2 13 0 1 1 2 24 6.0 4 0 73 5 17 .294 2 6 .333 5 6 .833 1 3 4 7 4 0 1 4 1 17 4.3 4 0 60 6 11 .545 0 0 --- 2 3 .667 3 7 10 2 16 1 2 4 3 14 3.5 4 4 47 3 8 .375 0 0 --- 1 2 .500 0 3 3 1 15 0 2 2 0 7 1.8 2 0 1 1 1 1.000 0 0 --- 0 0 --- 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1.0 2 0 5 0 4 .000 0 1 .000 0 0 --- 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0.0 4 - 960 125 282 .443 19 68 .279 73 102 .716 34 112 146 81 107 1 22 62 18 342 85.5 4 - 960 121 275 .440 45 120 .375 92 129 .713 37 114 151 62 94 4 31 51 26 379 94.8

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS AVERAGE PER GAME CAREER HIGHS (C=SET, T=TIED THIS SERIES) PLAYER MIN REB AST ST TO BL PTS MIN REB AST STL TO BLK PTS FG FGA FT FTA REB AST PTS Jackson 42 9 8 3 7 1 27 39.0 5.0 3.8 1.25 4.3 0.25 18.0 10T 20T 12 15 10 8C 33 Wallace 43 17 4 3 1 4 25 41.0 9.0 2.3 1.25 0.8 1.50 17.5 8C 13C 9C 13C 17C 4C 25C Felton 35 4 6 1 2 0 19 32.5 2.5 5.0 0.50 1.5 0.00 11.8 7C 14C 3C 5C 4C 6C 19C Thomas 29 9 1 1 2 2 21 17.0 5.5 0.5 0.50 1.0 0.50 8.8 9C 16 8 11 10 2 21C Diaw 43 7 6 1 5 2 13 38.0 5.0 4.0 0.25 3.0 0.75 7.5 13 23 11 11 11 9 34 Hughes 20 4 2 0 2 0 14 14.5 3.3 1.5 0.00 0.8 0.00 6.0 11 24 10 14 10 12 33 Mohammed 16 3 1 1 1 1 10 12.0 2.0 0.5 0.25 0.3 0.50 6.0 8 11 8 10 15 1T 19 Augustin 23 2 3 1 2 1 6 18.3 1.0 1.8 0.25 1.0 0.25 4.3 2C 6C 3C 3C 2C 3C 6C Chandler 20 5 2 2 2 1 6 15.0 2.5 0.5 0.50 1.0 0.75 3.5 9 11 11 15 15 3 22 Ratliff 18 2 1 1 1 0 5 11.8 0.8 0.3 0.50 0.5 0.00 1.8 10 16 6 7 12 2 26 Brown 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 0.5 0.0 0.0 0.00 0.0 0.00 1.0 1C 1C 0C 0C 0C 0C 2C Graham 4 0 1 1 1 0 0 2.5 0.0 0.5 0.50 0.5 0.00 0.0 0C 3C 0C 0C 0C 1C 0C BOBCATS 240 41 27 10 21 6 90 240.0 36.5 20.3 5.50 15.5 4.50 85.5 33C 74C 21C 33C 41C 27C 90C OPPONENTS 240 43 18 11 21 10 99 240.0 37.8 15.5 7.75 12.8 6.50 94.8 33C 74C 30C 42C 43C 18C 99C

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PLAYOFFS BOBCATS TEAM HIGHS Game Half Quarter

Field Goals Attempted vs. Orlando at Orlando at Orlando(2nd) vs. Orlando (1st)

4/26/10 4/18/10 4/21/10 4/24/10

41 21 12

at Orlando at Orlando (2nd) at Orlando (3rd)

4/18/10 4/18/10 4/18/10

Rebounds Game Half Quarter

Game Half Quarter

74 41 22 22

vs. Orlando at Orlando (1st) vs. Orlando (1st) at Orlando (1st)

4/24/10 4/18/10 4/26/10 4/18/10

Field Goal Percentage Game Half Quarter

.465 .514 .625 .625

at Orlando (33-71) at Orlando (2nd) (18-35) vs. Orlando (3rd) (10-16) at Orlando (4th) (10-16)

4/18/10 4/21/10 4/26/10 4/21/10

BBALL OPS

90 89 47 27

FRONT OFFICE

Points

Offensive Rebounds 11 7 4 4

at Orlando at Orlando (1st) at Orlando (1st) at Orlando (3rd)

4/21/10 4/18/10 4/18/10 4/21/10

Defensive Rebounds at Orlando at Orlando (2nd) at Orlando (3rd)

4/18/10 4/18/10 4/18/10

27 14 9

vs. Orlando vs. Orlando (2nd) vs. Orlando (3rd)

4/26/10 4/26/10 4/26/10

Assists Game Half Quarter steals Game Half Quarter

10 7 4

vs. Orlando vs. Orlando (1st) vs. Orlando (1st)

4/24/10 4/24/10 4/24/10

Game Half Quarter

19 13 7 7 7

4/21/10 4/21/10 4/24/10 4/21/10 4/18/10

at Orlando at Orlando (2nd) at Orlando (3rd)

4/18/10 4/18/10 4/18/10

Blocked Shots Game Half Quarter

7 5 4

Personal Fouls 29 29 20 13 13

vs. Orlando at Orlando vs. Orlando (2nd) vs. Orlando (4th) vs. Orlando (4th)

4/26/10 4/21/10 4/26/10 4/24/10 4/26/10

Three-Point Field Goal ATTEMPTED Game Half Quarter

23 13 7 7

vs. Orlando vs. Orlando (2nd) vs. Orlando (3rd) at Orlando (3rd)

4/24/10 4/24/10 2/24/10 4/21/10

Three-Point Field Goal Percentage Game Half Quarter

.429 .444 .600

at Orlando (6-14) at Orlando (2nd) (4-9) vs. Orlando (1st) (3-5)

4/21/10 4/21/10 4/26/10

Free Throws Made Game Half Quarter

21 16 11 11

vs. Orlando at Orlando (2nd) vs. Orlando (4th) at Orlando (3rd)

4/26/10 4/18/10 4/26/10 4/18/10

Free Throws Attempted Game Half Quarter

33 22 15 15

vs. Orlando at Orlando (2nd) vs. Orlando (4th) at Orlando (3rd)

4/26/10 4/18/10 4/26/10 4/18/10

Free Throw Percentage Game Half Quarter

.826 .857 1.000 1.000

vs. Orlando (19-23) vs. Orlando (16-22) vs. Orlando (3-3) at Orlando (4-4)

4/24/10 4/24/10 4/24/10 4/21/10

NBA

Game Half Quarter

4/21/10 4/26/10 4/21/10 4/26/10 4/21/10

HISTORY

at Orlando at Orlando (1st) vs. Orlando (2nd) at Orlando (2nd) at Orlando (3rd)

at Orlando vs. Orlando (1st) at Orlando (2nd) vs. Orlando (1st) at Orlando (3rd)

PLAYOFFS

Turnovers

6 4 4 3 3

RECORDS

31 18 11

Game Half Quarter

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Game Half Quarter

Three-Point Field Goals Made PLAYERS

Game Half Quarter

Field Goals Made 33 19 11

at Orlando at Orlando (1st) vs. Orlando (1st)

4/18/10 4/18/10 4/24/10

MISC.

Game Half Quarter

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BOBCATS TEAM LOWS Points Game Half Quarter

Field Goals Attempted 77 86 30 14

at Orlando vs. Orlando at Orlando (1st) at Orlando (1st)

4/21/10 4/24/10 4/21/10 4/21/10

Game Half Quarter

66 30 10

at Orlando at Orlando (2nd) at Orlando (3rd)

4/21/10 4/18/10 4/18/10

BBALL OPS

Field Goal Percentage Rebounds Game Half Quarter

33 15 4

vs. Orlando vs. Orlando (2nd) vs. Orlando (3rd)

4/24/10 4/24/10 4/24/10

Game Half Quarter

.419 .355 .278

vs. Orlando (31-74) at Orlando (1st) (11-32) vs. Orlando (4th) (5-18)

4/24/10 4/21/10 4/26/10

Three-Point Field Goals Made

PLAYERS

Offensive Rebounds Game Half Quarter

6 1 0

vs. Orlando vs. Orlando (2nd) vs. Orlando (3rd)

4/24/10 4/24/10 4/24/10

HISTORY

PLAYOFFS

RECORDS

12-13 REVIEW

Defensive Rebounds Game Half Quarter

3 1 1 0

at Orlando vs. Orlando (2nd) at Orlando (1st) Five times

4/18/10 4/26/10 4/18/10

Three-Point Field Goals Attempted

25 12 4

at Orlando at Orlando (2nd) vs. Orlando (3rd)

4/21/10 4/21/10 4/24/10

17 6 6 1

vs. Orlando at Orlando (1st) at Orlando (2nd) at Orlando (1st)

4/24/10 4/21/10 4/18/10 4/21/10

2 0 0

vs. Orlando vs. Orlando (2nd) Six times

4/26/10 4/26/10

10 5 5 1 1

vs. Orlando vs. Orlando (2nd) vs. Orlando (1st) vs. Orlando (1st) at Orlando (4th)

4/26/10 4/26/10 4/26/10 4/24/10 4/18/10

Game Half Quarter

12 5 5 0

at Orlando at Orlando (1st) at Orlando (1st) vs. Orlando (4th)

4/18/10 4/21/10 4/18/10 4/24/10

Assists Game Half Quarter Steals Game Half Quarter Turnovers Game Half Quarter

Game Half Quarter

Game Half Quarter

.217 .125 .000

vs. Orlando (5-23) vs. Orlando (1-8) Five times

4/24/10 4/26/10

Game Half Quarter

13 4 0

at Orlando at Orlando (1st) at Orlando (1st)

4/21/10 4/18/10 4/18/10

Free Throws Attempted

Blocked Shots Game Half Quarter

Three-Point Field Goal Percentage

Free Throws Made

2 0 0 0

vs. Orlando vs. Orlando (1st) at Orlando (1st) Five times

4/26/10 4/26/10 4/18/10

at Orlando vs. Orlando (1st) vs. Orlando (3rd)

4/18/10 4/26/10 4/24/10

Personal Fouls NBA

Game Half Quarter

22 9 3

MISC.

Field Goals Made Game Half Quarter

29 11 5 5

at Orlando at Orlando (1st) vs. Orlando (4th) at Orlando (1st)

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4/21/10 4/21/10 4/26/10 4/21/10

Game Half Quarter

18 6 0

at Orlando at Orlando (1st) at Orlando (1st)

4/21/10 4/18/10 4/18/10

Free Throw Percentage Game Half Quarter

.636 .538 .400

vs. Orlando (21-33) vs. Orlando (1st) (7-13) at Orlando (2nd) (2-5)

4/26/10 4/26/10 4/21/10


PLAYOFFS BOBCATS INDIVIDUAL HIGHS

Game Half Quarter

Field Goals Made Stephen Jackson at Orlando Gerald Wallace at Orlando Stephen Jackson at Orlando (2nd) Gerald Wallace at Orlando (3rd)

4/21/10 4/18/10 4/21/10 4/21/10

17 9 6

Gerald Wallace at Orlando Gerald Wallace at Orlando (2nd) Gerald Wallace at Orlando (3rd)

4/18/10 4/18/10 4/18/10

Rebounds Game Half Quarter

Offensive Rebounds 3 3 2 2 2 2

Boris Diaw at Orlando Stephen Jackson at Orlando Five times Tyrus Thomas vs. Orlando (2nd) Nazr Mohammed vs. Orlando (1st) Stephen Jackson at Orlando (4th)

4/21/10 4/18/10 4/24/10 4/24/10 4/18/10

Game Half Quarter

16 9 6

Gerald Wallace at Orlando Gerald Wallace at Orlando (2nd) Gerald Wallace at Orlando (3rd)

4/18/10 4/18/10 4/18/10

Game Half Quarter

20 13 8 8

Stephen Jackson at Orlando Stephen Jackson at Orlando (2nd) Stephen Jackson vs. Orlando (1st) Stephen Jackson at Orlando (1st)

4/21/10 4/21/10 4/24/10 4/18/10

Three-Point Field Goals Made Game Half Quarter

2 2 2 2 2 2

Seven times Five times Raymond Felton vs. Orlando (1st) Larry Hughes vs. Orlando (2nd) D.J. Augustin at Orlando (2nd) Raymond Felton at Orlando (4th)

4/26/10 4/24/10 4/21/10 4/18/10

4/26/10 4/26/10 4/24/10 4/24/10 4/24/10

3 3 3 2

Gerald Wallace vs. Orlando Stephen Jackson vs. Orlando Stephen Jackson vs. Orlando (1st) Stephen Jackson vs. Orlando (1st)

4/24/10 4/24/10 4/24/10 4/24/10

Stephen Jackson at Orlando Stephen Jackson at Orlando (2nd) Stephen Jackson at Orlando (4th) Stephen Jackson at Orlando (3rd)

4/21/10 4/21/10 4/21/10 4/18/21

7 5 3 3

Stephen Jackson vs. Orlando Stephen Jackson vs. Orlando (2nd) Stephen Jackson vs. Orlando (3rd) Raymond Felton at Orlando (4th)

4/24/10 4/24/10 4/24/10 4/18/10

Free Throws Made Game Half Quarter

9 7 7 6

Gerald Wallace at Orlando Gerald Wallace at Orlando (2nd) Gerald Wallace at Orlando (2nd) Gerald Wallace at Orlando (3rd)

4/18/10 4/21/10 4/18/10 4/21/10

Free Throws Attempted Game Half Quarter

13 11 8

Gerald Wallace at Orlando Gerald Wallace at Orlando (2nd) Gerald Wallace at Orlando (3rd)

4/18/10 4/18/10 4/18/10

43

Boris Diaw at Orlando

4/18/10

Minutes Game

HISTORY

7 4 3 3

Game Half Quarter

PLAYOFFS

Stephen Jackson vs. Orlando Raymond Felton vs. Orlando (2nd) Raymond Felton vs. Orlando (2nd) Boris Diaw vs. Orlando (1st) Raymond Felton vs. Orlando (3rd)

Turnovers Game Half Quarter

Field Goals Attempted

RECORDS

8 5 5 5 5

Steals Game Half Quarter

4/21/10 4/26/10 4/24/10 4/18/10 4/18/10 4/26/10 4/24/10 4/21/10

Three-Point Field Goals Attempted

Assists Game Half Quarter

Stephen Jackson at Orlando Tyrus Thomas vs. Orlando (2nd) Gerald Wallace vs. Orlando (2nd) Raymond Felton at Orlando (2nd) Gerald Wallace at Orlando (1st) Tyrus Thomas vs. Orlando (3rd) Larry Hughes vs. Orlando (2nd) Stephen Jackson at Orlando (4th)

12-13 REVIEW

Defensive Rebounds

10 5 5 5 5 4 4 4

PLAYERS

Game Half Quarter

Game Half Quarter

BBALL OPS

27 25 16 11

FRONT OFFICE

Points

Blocked Shots 4 3 2

Gerald Wallace at Orlando Gerald Wallace at Orlando (1st) Gerald Wallace at Orlando (1st)

4/21/10 4/21/10 4/21/10

Tyson Chandler at Orlando Nazr Mohammed vs. Orlando (2nd) Stephen Jackson at Orlando (4th) Nazr Mohammed vs. Orlando (4th)

4/21/10 4/24/10 4/26/10 4/24/10

NBA

Game Half Quarter

Personal Fouls 6 5 4 4

MISC.

Game Half Quarter

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BBALL OPS

FRONT OFFICE

OPPONENTS TEAM HIGHS Points Game Half Quarter

Field Goals Made 99 98 59 34

vs. Orlando at Orlando at Orlando (1st) at Orlando (3rd)

4/26/10 4/18/10 4/18/10 4/21/10

43 25 13 13

vs. Orlando vs. Orlando (2nd) vs. Orlando (1st) vs. Orlando (4th)

4/24/10 4/24/10 4/26/10 4/24/10

Rebounds Game Half Quarter

Game Half Quarter

33 22 12 12

at Orlando at Orlando (1st) at Orlando (3rd) at Orlando (1st)

4/18/10 4/18/10 4/21/10 4/18/10

Field Goals Attempted Game Half Quarter

74 38 22

at Orlando vs. Orlando (1st) vs. Orlando (3rd)

4/18/10 4/26/10 4/24/10

Field Goal Percentage

PLAYOFFS

RECORDS

12-13 REVIEW

PLAYERS

Offensive Rebounds Game Half Quarter

11 11 6 6 6 5 5

vs. Orlando at Orlando vs. Orlando (1st) vs. Orlando (1st) at Orlando (1st) vs. Orlando (3rd) vs. Orlando (2nd)

4/24/10 4/21/10 4/26/10 4/24/10 4/21/10 4/24/10 4/24/10

Defensive Rebounds Game Half Quarter

32 20 13

vs. Orlando vs. Orlando (2nd) vs. Orlando (4th)

4/24/10 4/24/10 4/24/10

18 9 9 9 7

vs. Orlando vs. Orlando (2nd) vs. Orlando (1st) at Orlando (2nd) at Orlando (3rd)

4/26/10 4/26/10 4/26/10 4/21/10 4/21/10

11 6 4

at Orlando at Orlando (1st) at Orlando (3rd)

4/21/10 4/21/10 4/18/10

19 12 6 6 6

vs. Orlando vs. Orlando (1st) vs. Orlando (2nd) vs. Orlando (1st) at Orlando (1st)

4/24/10 4/24/10 4/24/10 4/24/10 4/21/10

at Orlando at Orlando (1st) at Orlando (1st)

4/18/10 4/18/10 4/18/10

vs. Orlando at Orlando (2nd) vs. Orlando (4th)

4/24/10 4/18/10 4/26/10

Assists Game Half Quarter Steals Game Half Quarter

HISTORY

Turnovers Game Half Quarter

NBA

Blocked Shots Game Half Quarter

10 8 6

MISC.

Personal Fouls

122

Game Half Quarter

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Game Half Quarter

.446 .595 .667

at Orlando (33-74) at Orlando (1st) (22-37) at Orlando (3rd) (12-18)

4/18/10 4/18/10 4/21/10

Three-Point Field Goals Made Game 13 vs. Orlando 13 at Orlando Half 9 at Orlando (1st) Quarter 6 vs. Orlando (1st) 6 at Orlando (2nd)

4/26/10 4/18/10 4/18/10 4/24/10 4/18/10

Three-Point Field Goals Attempted Game Half Quarter

33 19 10 10 10

vs. Orlando vs. Orlando (1st) vs. Orlando (1st) vs. Orlando (1st) at Orlando (2nd)

4/26/10 4/24/10 4/26/10 4/24/10 4/21/10

Three-Point Field Goal Percentage Game Half Quarter

.433 .500 .667

at Orlando (13-30) at Orlando (1st) (9-18) at Orlando (2nd) (6-9)

4/18/10 4/18/10 4/18/10

Free Throws Made Game Half Quarter

30 23 15

vs. Orlando vs. Orlando (2nd) vs. Orlando (4th)

4/26/10 4/26/10 4/26/10

Free Throws Attempted Game Half Quarter

42 33 23

vs. Orlando vs. Orlando (2nd) vs. Orlando (4th)

4/26/10 4/26/10 4/26/10

Free Throw Percentage Game Half Quarter

.769 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000

vs. Orlando (19-25) vs. Orlando (1st) (3-3) vs. Orlando (3rd) (3-3) vs. Orlando (2nd) (2-2) vs. Orlando (1st) (1-1)

4/24/10 4/24/10 4/24/10 4/24/10 4/24/10


PLAYOFFS OPPONENTS TEAM LOWS Game Half Quarter

Personal Fouls 90 92 39 12

vs. Orlando at Orlando at Orlando (2nd) vs. Orlando (2nd)

4/24/10 4/21/20 4/18/10 4/24/10

Game Half Quarter

22 9 2

at Orlando at Orlando (1st) vs. Orlando (3rd)

4/21/10 4/18/10 4/26/10

FRONT OFFICE

Points

Field Goals Made Game Half Quarter

34 15 5

at Orlando at Orlando (2nd) vs. Orlando (3rd)

4/18/10 4/21/10 4/26/10

Game Half Quarter

28 11 5

vs. Orlando at Orlando (2nd) Five times

4/26/10 4/18/10

BBALL OPS

Rebounds

Field Goals Attempted Offensive Rebounds 7 1 0 0 0

vs. Orlando vs. Orlando (2nd) vs. Orlando (4th) vs. Orlando (4th) at Orlando (2nd)

4/26/10 4/26/10 4/26/10 4/24/10 4/18/10

Defensive Rebounds at Orlando at Orlando (2nd) vs. Orlando (3rd) at Orlando (4th) at Orlando (3rd)

4/21/10 4/21/10 4/26/10 4/21/10 4/18/10

13 6 6 2 2 2 2

at Orlando vs. Orlando (2nd) at Orlando (2nd) vs. Orlando (4th) vs. Orlando (2nd) at Orlando (4th) at Orlando (1st)

4/18/10 4/24/10 4/18/10 4/24/10 4/24/10 4/21/10 4/18/10

Assists Game Half Quarter

Game Half Quarter

6 2 0 0 0

at Orlando at Orlando vs. Orlando (4th) at Orlando (4th) at Orlando (4th)

4/18/10 4/18/10 4/24/10 4/18/10 4/18/10

Game Half Quarter

7 7 2 0 0

at Orlando vs. Orlando (1st) vs. Orlando (3rd) vs. Orlando (2nd) vs. Orlando (1st) at Orlando (3rd)

4/21/10 4/26/10 4/26/10 4/26/10 4/26/10 4/21/10

Blocked Shots Game Half Quarter

3 0 0 0 0 0

.418 .297 .238

vs. Orlando (28-67) at Orlando (2nd) (11-37) at Orlando (3rd) (5-21)

4/26/10 4/18/10 4/18/10

Three-Point Field Goals Made Game Half Quarter

9 3 0

vs. Orlando vs. Orlando (2nd) vs. Orlando (2nd)

4/24/10 4/24/10 4/24/10

Three-Point Field Goals Attempted Game Half Quarter

27 11 4 4

at Orlando vs. Orlando (2nd) vs. Orlando (4th) at Orlando (1st)

4/21/10 4/24/10 4/24/10 4/21/10

Three-Point Field Goal Percentage Game Half Quarter

.300 .273 .250 .250 .250

vs. Orlando (9-30) vs. Orlando (2nd) (3-11) vs. Orlando (4th) (1-4) vs. Orlando (2nd) (2-8) at Orlando (1st) (1-4)

4/24/10 4/24/10 4/24/10 4/24/10 4/21/10

Free Throws Made Game Half Quarter

19 19 3 1

vs. Orlando at Orlando vs. Orlando (1st) vs. Orlando (1st)

4/24/10 4/18/10 4/24/10 4/24/10

Free Throws Attempted Game Half Quarter

25 3 1

vs. Orlando vs. Orlando (1st) vs. Orlando (1st)

4/24/10 4/24/10 4/24/10

Free Throw Percentage Game Half Quarter

.686 .545 .500

at Orlando (24-35) at Orlando (1st) (6-11) at Orlando (2nd) (2-4)

4/21/10 4/18/10 4/18/10

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4/26/10 4/18/10 4/18/10 4/26/10 4/18/10

Game Half Quarter

NBA

vs. Orlando at Orlando at Orlando (1st) vs. Orlando (3rd) at Orlando (1st)

Field Goal Percentage

HISTORY

Turnovers

4/21/10 4/26/10 4/24/10

PLAYOFFS

Steals

at Orlando vs. Orlando (2nd) vs. Orlando (4th)

RECORDS

25 10 4 4 4

64 29 12

12-13 REVIEW

Game Half Quarter

Game Half Quarter

PLAYERS

Game Half Quarter

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PLAYOFFS

BBALL OPS

FRONT OFFICE

OPPONENTS INDIVIDUAL HIGHS Points Game Half Quarter

Field Goals Attempted 32 32 19 19

Jameer Nelson vs. Orlando Jameer Nelson at Orlando Jameer Nelson vs. Orlando (1st) Jameer Nelson vs. Orlando (1st)

4/24/10 4/18/10 4/24/10 4/24/10

13 7 6

Dwight Howard vs. Orlando Dwight Howard vs. Orlando (1st) Dwight Howard vs. Orlando (1st)

4/26/10 4/26/10 4/26/10

Rebounds Game Half Quarter

Game Half Quarter

19 12 8 8

Vince Carter at Orlando Jameer Nelson at Orlando (1st) Jameer Nelson vs. Orlando (3rd) Jameer Nelson at Orlando (1st)

4/18/10 4/18/10 4/24/10 4/18/10

Three-Point Field Goals Made Game Half Quarter

5 4 4 4

Jameer Nelson vs. Orlando Jameer Nelson vs. Orlando (1st) Jameer Nelson at Orlando (1st) Jameer Nelson vs. Orlando (1st)

4/24/10 4/24/10 4/18/10 4/24/10

PLAYERS

Offensive Rebounds Game Half Quarter

7 4 4

Dwight Howard at Orlando Dwight Howard at Orlando (1st) Dwight Howard at Orlando (1st)

4/21/10 4/21/10 4/21/10

RECORDS

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Defensive Rebounds Game Half Quarter

12 6 6 5 5

Dwight Howard vs. Orlando Dwight Howard vs. Orlando (2nd) Dwight Howard vs. Orlando (1st) Dwight Howard vs. Orlando (4th) Dwight Howard vs. Orlando (1st)

4/26/10 4/26/10 4/26/10 4/26/10 4/26/10

6 4 3 3

Jameer Nelson at Orlando Matt Barnes at Orlando (2nd) Jameer Nelson vs. Orlando (1st) Jameer Nelson at Orlando (3rd)

4/18/10 4/21/10 4/26/10 4/21/10

4 2 2

Jameer Nelson vs. Orlando Nine times Six times

4/24/10

6 4 3 3

Dwight Howard at Orlando Vince Carter vs. Orlando (1st) Vince Carter vs. Orlando (1st) Dwight Howard at Orlando (1st)

4/21/10 4/24/10 4/24/10 4/21/10

Dwight Howard at Orlando Dwight Howard at Orlando (1st) Dwight Howard at Orlando (1st)

4/18/10 4/18/10 4/18/10

Vince Carter vs. Orlando Dwight Howard vs. Orlando Dwight Howard vs. Orlando Vince Carter at Orlando Vince Carter at Orlando (2nd) Vince Carter vs. Orlando (4th)

4/26/10 4/26/10 4/24/10 4/18/10 4/18/10 4/26/10

Assists Game Half Quarter

HISTORY

PLAYOFFS

Steals Game Half Quarter

Blocked Shots Game Half Quarter

9 8 6

MISC.

NBA

Personal Fouls

124

Game Half Quarter

6 6 6 6 5 4

Field Goals Made Game Half Quarter

12 10 7

Jameer Nelson vs. Orlando Jameer Nelson at Orlando (1st) Jameer Nelson vs. Orlando (1st)

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4/24/10 4/18/10 4/24/10

9 6 6 4

Jameer Nelson vs. Orlando Rashard Lewis at Orlando (2nd) Jameer Nelson at Orlando (1st) Five times

4/24/10 4/21/10 4/18/10

Free Throws Made Game Half Quarter

9 8 8 6 6

Vince Carter at Orlando Jameer Nelson vs. Orlando (2nd) Jameer Nelson at Orlando (2nd) Jameer Nelson vs. Orlando (3rd) Jameer Nelson at Orlando (4th)

4/21/10 4/26/10 4/18/10 4/26/10 4/18/10

Free Throws Attempted Game Half Quarter

12 10 10 9

Dwight Howard at Orlando Jameer Nelson vs. Orlando (2nd) Dwight Howard vs. Orlando (2nd) Dwight Howard vs. Orlando (4th)

4/21/10 4/26/10 4/24/10 4/24/10

44

Rashard Lewis vs. Orlando

4/26/10

Minutes Game

Turnovers Game Half Quarter

Three-Point Field Goals Attempted


HISTORY

FRONT OFFICE

2011-12

NBA

HISTORY

PLAYOFFS

RECORDS

12-13 REVIEW

PLAYERS

BBALL OPS

CHARLOTTE bobcats

Front Row (L-R): D.J. Augustin, Cory Higgins, Reggie Williams, Director of Player Development Chris Whitney, Assistant Coach Stephen Silas, Head Coach Paul Silas, Assistant Coach Ralph Lewis, Assistant Coach Rob Werdann, Matt Carroll, Gerald Henderson, Kemba Walker; Back row (L-R): Locker Room Attendant James McCullough, Video Coordinator Drew Perry, Equipment Manager Fred Glover, DJ White, Tyrus Thomas, Bismack Biyombo, Byron Mullens, DeSagana Diop, Jamario Moon, Derrick Brown, Eduardo Najera, Head Athletic Trainer Steve Stricker, Strength & Conditioning Coach Matt Friia, Assistant Athletic Trainer Dennis Williams; Not pictured: Corey Maggette

2011-12 Final Roster

Record: 7-59

No. 14 0 4 33 7 15 11 50 9 22 21 12 1 8 55

Pos. G F F G C G G F F C F F G F G

Player D.J. Augustin Bismack Biyombo Derrick Brown Matt Carroll DeSagana Diop Gerald Henderson Cory Higgins Corey Maggette Jamario Moon Byron Mullens Eduardo Najera Tyrus Thomas Kemba Walker DJ White Reggie Williams

Home: 4-29

Ht. 6-0 6-9 6-8 6-6 7-0 6-5 6-5 6-6 6-8 7-0 6-8 6-10 6-1 6-9 6-6

MISC.

Road: 3-30 Birthdate 11/10/87 8/28/92 9/8/87 8/28/80 1/30/82 12/9/87 6/14/89 11/12/79 6/13/80 2/14/89 7/11/76 8/17/86 5/8/90 8/31/86 9/14/86

Overtime: 0-2 Prior to NBA/Home Country Texas/USA

Yrs Pro 3 Fuenlabrada (Spain)/Dem. Rep. of Congo R Xavier/USA 2 Notre Dame/USA 8 Oak Hill Academy (VA)/Senegal 10 Duke/USA 2 Colorado/USA R Duke/USA 12 Meridian CC (MS)/USA 4 Ohio State/USA 2 Oklahoma/Mexico 11 Louisiana State/USA 5 Connecticut/USA R Indiana/USA 3 Virginia Military Institute/USA 2

Head Coach: Paul Silas (Creighton) Assistant Coaches: Ralph Lewis (LaSalle), Stephen Silas (Brown), Rob Werdann (St. John’s)

Head Athletic Trainer: Steve Stricker (Iowa State) Strength & Conditioning Coach: Matt Friia (Ithaca) Assistant Athletic Trainer: Dennis Williams (South Carolina) Equipment Manager: Fred Glover (Campbell)

Conference Records

Records By Month

Overall Home Road Overtime Eastern 5-43 3-21 2-22 0-2 Western 2-16 1-8 1-8 0-0

Overall Home Road Overtime December 1-2 1-2 0-0 0-0 January 2-17 1-6 1-11 0-1 February 1-10 0-4 1-6 0-0 March 3-14 2-8 1-6 0-1 April 0-16 0-9 0-7 0-0

Division Records

126

Wt. 180 245 233 212 280 215 180 225 215 275 235 225 184 235 205

Overall Home Road Overtime Central 1-15 1-7 0-8 0-1 Southeast 1-14 1-6 0-8 0-1 Southwest 1-6 0-3 1-3 0-0 Northwest 0-6 0-3 0-3 0-0 Pacific 1-4 1-2 0-2 0-0

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Playoff Results: None NBA Honors: None


HISTORY 2011-12 GAME-BY-GAME Charlotte Charlotte High Scorer High Rebounder

Charlotte High Assist

Diaw (9) Diaw (8) Diaw (6) Augustin (7) Augustin (9) Augustin (10) Augustin (12) Augustin (4) Diaw (7) 3 players tied (3) Augustin (8) Augustin (13) Augustin (7) Augustin (8) Walker (6) 3 players tied (3) Diaw (4) Higgins/Walker (2) Walker (4) Carroll (4) Walker (11) Walker (6) 3 players tied (3) Williams (6) Williams (5) Diaw (6) Walker (4) Diaw (10) Diaw (7) Augustin (10) Walker (5) Diaw (8) Augustin (10) Walker/Augustin (5) Diaw (8) Walker/Augustin (8) Augustin (8) Augustin (8) Augustin (7) Augustin (5) Walker (8) Walker/Augustin (4) Augustin (11) Walker/Augustin (5) Walker (7) Augustin (8) Brown/Walker (7) Augustin (8) Augustin (8) Augustin (10) Walker/Augustin (7) Walker (5) Walker (8) Walker (6) Walker (7) Augustin (11) Augustin (5) Augustin (6) Augustin (10) Brown/Walker (3) Walker (5) Walker (5) Walker (11) Augustin (6) Augustin (6) Augustin (7)

Opponent Opponent High Scorer High Rebounder

Jennings (22) Ilyasova/Bogut (9) James (35) 3 players tied (6) Anderson (23) Howard (24) Bosh (24) Bosh (10) Irving (20) Thompson (9) Anthony (32) Stoudemire (12) Smith (23) Smith (13) Hibbert (20) Collison/Hibbert (8) Stoudemire (25) Chandler (13) Parsons(20) Hill (12) Smith (30) Smith (13) Jerebko (22) Knight (10) Lee (24) Lee (16) Irving (25) Varejao (12) Howard (25) Howard (17) Boozer (23) Asik (15) Brooks (20) Humphries (10) Chandler (20) Chandler (17) Young (20) Blatche/McGee (10) Williams (17) Turner/Allen (7) McGee (22) McGee (10) Bryant (24) Bynum (11) Crawford (24) Camby (7) Redd (17) Gortat (12) Garnett (22) O’Neal/Pierce (8) Noah (17) Noah (14) Griffin (21) Jordan (12) Williams (23) Vucevic (10) Love (30) Love (18) DeRozan (24) Johnson (15) Hibbert (18) Hibbert (14) Hansbrough (22) Amundson (12) Stuckey (29) Monroe (20) Parker (15) Blair (11) D. Williams (57) Humphries (13) Howard (15) Howard (17) Jefferson (31) Jefferson (9) Humphries (20) Humphries (15) Harden (33) Durant (7) Jack (15) Kaman (16) Scola (23) Dalembert (10) Nowitzki (27) Haywood (8) Bayless (29) Davis (12) Holiday/Young (20) Hawes (11) Mbah a Moute (20) Gooden (12) Humphries (20) Humphries (16) Pierce (36) Pierce (10) Love (40) Love (19) Afflalo (19) Afflalo/Harrington (11) Prince (24) Prince/Monroe (9) Bargnani (30) Gray (9) Smith (24) Pachulia (11) Ellis (25) Ilyasova (15) J. Johnson (18) Pachulia (16) Crawford (20) Singleton (12) Hudson (25) Hudson (8) Monroe (25) Monroe (11) James (19) James (9) Bass/Bradley (22) Bass (9) Vasquez (20) Landry (12) Hamilton (22) Asik (15) Conley (20) Gay/Randolph (6) Cousins (29) Thompson (11) Nene (18) Singleton (9) Redick (31) Anderson (13) Smith (22) Harrellson (9)

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Augustin(19) Diaw (11) Henderson (21) Diaw (16) Maggette (20) Diop/Maggette (7) White (21) Brown (7) Augustin (26) Maggette (8) Diaw (27) White (9) Augustin (21) Diaw/White (9) Augustin (20) Mullens (11) Diaw (19) Diaw (10) Mullens (15) Mullens (10) Mullens (21) Diaw (6) Mullens (18) 3 players tied (7) Henderson (26) Mullens (7) Augustin (24) Mullens (12) Henderson (22) Biyombo (10) Henderson (22) Henderson (9) Walker (16) Biyombo (7) Walker (22) Diaw (6) Carroll (17) Thomas (9) Walker (14) Walker (8) Mullens (23) Thomas/Walker (10) Henderson (14) Diop (8) Henderson (16) Diaw (6) Walker (22) Thomas (13) Williams (21) Walker (7) Brown (10) Biyombo (10) Walker (19) Maggette/Biyombo (6) Maggette (22) Mullens (9) Walker (21) Diaw (9) Williams (22) Biyombo (13) Brown (16) Biyombo (8) Maggette (20) Diaw (11) Maggette (17) Diaw (6) Diaw/Maggette (14) Diop (7) Maggette (24) Maggette (7) Maggette (29) Biyombo (15) Maggette (25) Biyombo (9) Maggette (19) Biyombo (11) Augustin (22) Biyombo (8) Henderson (15) Thomas/Biyombo (7) Brown (15) Biyombo (5) Maggette (21) Biyombo (11) Henderson (24) Biyombo (9) Henderson (14) Biyombo (9) Henderson (29) Thomas (7) Mullens (17) Mullens (10) Henderson (21) Mullens (7) Maggette (22) Najera (8) Henderson (21) Mullens (10) Mullens (20) Mullens (9) Mullens (20) Mullens (14) Walker (21) Henderson/Mullens (7) Mullens (31) Mullens/Biyombo (14) Higgins (22) Biyombo/White (5) Maggette (23) Brown (8) Henderson (21) Biyombo (8) Brown/Augustin (13) Mullens (6) Brown (21) Brown (9) Henderson (22) Biyombo/Brown (7) Henderson (27) Mullens (10) Walker (16) Biyombo (13) Henderson (32) Mullens (11) 3 players tied (13) Mullens (8) Henderson (19) Mullens (8) Augustin (23) Walker (9) Henderson (21) Moon (8)

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W1 L1 L2 L3 L4 W1 L1 L2 L3 L4 L5 L6 W1 L1 L2 L3 L4 L5 L6 L7 L8 L9 L10 L11 L12 L13 L14 L15 L16 W1 L1 L2 L3 L4 L5 W1 L1 L2 L3 W1 L1 L2 W1 L1 L2 L3 L4 L5 L6 L7 L8 L9 L10 L11 L12 L13 L14 L15 L16 L17 L18 L19 L20 L21 L22 L23

PLAYOFFS

17,173 19,614 18,064 20,016 14,173 19,763 17,827 17,226 19,763 13,421 10,597 18,043 16,122 14,988 18,846 21,861 10,035 16,802 15,286 16,199 17,761 18,997 20,608 14,928 18,624 19,379 19,110 13,773 15,139 15,575 11,673 13,458 14,534 18,581 13,564 13,110 10,891 14,672 18,203 15,254 18,128 20,506 15,108 12,792 13,729 13,297 16,357 10,540 13,806 17,082 14,640 13,046 13,374 14,715 10,303 13,576 10,828 19,600 15,169 10,876 14,221 13,428 11,317 17,355 19.152 16,023

RECORDS

1-0 1-1 1-2 1-3 1-4 2-4 2-5 2-6 2-7 2-8 2-9 2-10 3-10 3-11 3-12 3-13 3-14 3-15 3-16 3-17 3-18 3-19 3-20 3-21 3-22 3-23 3-24 3-25 3-26 4-26 4-27 4-28 4-29 4-30 4-31 5-31 5-32 5-33 5-34 6-34 6-35 6-36 7-36 7-37 7-38 7-39 7-40 7-41 7-42 7-43 7-44 7-45 7-46 7-47 7-48 7-49 7-50 7-51 7-52 7-53 7-54 7-55 7-56 7-57 7-58 7-59

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12/26 96-95 MIL 12/28 95-96 MIA 12/30 79-100 ORL 1/1 90-129 @MIA 1/3 101-115 @CLE 1/4 118-110 @NYK 1/6 *96-102 ATL 1/7 77-99 @IND 1/9 87-91 @NYK 1/10 70-82 HOU 1/12 81-111 @ATL 1/13 81-98 DET 1/14 112-100 GSW 1/16 94-102 CLE 1/17 89-96 @ORL 1/21 89-95 @CHI 1/22 87-97 @NJN 1/24 78-111 NYK 1/25 75-92 @WAS 1/27 72-89 @PHI 1/28 99-102 WAS 1/31 73-106 @LAL 2/1 68-112 @POR 2/4 89-95 @PHO 2/7 84-94 @BOS 2/10 64-95 CHI 2/11 86-111 LAC 2/13 89-98 PHI 2/15 90-102 @MIN 2/17 98-91 @TOR 2/19 73-108 @IND 2/22 88-102 IND 2/29 94-109 @DET 3/2 72-102 @SAS 3/4 101-104 NJN 3/6 100-84 ORL 3/7 93-99 UTA 3/9 74-83 NJN 3/10 95-122 @OKC 3/12 73-71 @NOH 3/14 87-107 @HOU 3/15 96-101 @DAL 3/17 107-103 TOR 3/19 80-105 PHI 3/23 92-112 MIL 3/24 89-102 @NJN 3/26 95-102 BOS 3/28 83-88 MIN 3/30 88-99 DEN 3/31 *107-110 @DET 4/3 87-92 @TOR 4/4 93-120 @ATL 4/6 90-95 @MIL 4/7 96-116 ATL 4/9 85-113 WAS 4/10 90-103 @CLE 4/12 85-109 DET 4/13 82-105 @MIA 4/15 82-94 BOS 4/16 67-75 NOH 4/18 68-100 CHI 4/20 80-85 MEM 4/22 88-114 SAC 4/23 73-101 @WAS 4/25 95-102 @ORL 4/26 84-104 NYK

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1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66

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G GS MIN FG FGA PCT 3FG FGA PCT FT FTA PCT OFF DEF TOT AST PF DQ STL TO BLK PTS AVG 55 55 1831 332 723 .459 11 47 .234 155 204 .760 64 161 225 126 128 1 49 100 20 830 15.1 32 28 881 139 373 .373 24 66 .364 178 208 .856 21 104 125 39 83 0 23 59 1 480 15.0 66 25 1792 281 767 .366 69 226 .305 168 213 .789 30 204 234 289 79 0 60 119 20 799 12.1 48 46 1408 183 487 .376 61 179 .341 105 120 .875 24 85 109 307 65 0 36 110 1 532 11.1 65 25 1465 251 591 .425 12 51 .235 92 112 .821 96 231 327 57 137 0 21 74 52 606 9.3 33 13 747 106 255 .416 33 107 .308 29 40 .725 27 66 93 60 34 0 20 33 3 274 8.3 65 17 1443 212 409 .518 6 24 .250 94 141 .667 95 141 236 67 96 0 48 55 12 524 8.1 37 28 1018 116 283 .410 23 86 .267 17 27 .630 47 148 195 158 71 1 20 84 19 272 7.4 58 11 1098 174 353 .493 1 1 1.000 43 61 .705 50 159 209 47 94 0 17 43 23 392 6.8 54 30 1013 120 327 .367 1 3 .333 63 83 .759 49 151 200 35 144 2 36 53 60 304 5.6 63 41 1455 129 278 .464 0 0 --- 69 143 .483 113 255 368 27 145 1 20 71 115 327 5.2 38 0 423 52 160 .325 4 20 .200 42 60 .700 7 28 35 36 40 0 5 39 6 150 3.9 53 2 596 52 157 .331 8 43 .186 30 38 .789 8 50 58 38 52 0 16 24 7 142 2.7 22 0 270 24 64 .375 8 29 .276 2 4 .500 11 39 50 12 40 0 19 7 4 58 2.6 8 0 123 7 24 .292 2 10 .200 2 2 1.000 2 20 22 5 5 0 1 8 5 18 2.3 27 9 325 15 42 .357 0 0 --- 1 6 .167 33 52 85 23 36 0 6 19 13 31 1.1 66 15890 2193 5293 .414 263 892 .295 1090 1462 .746 677 1894 2571 1326 1249 5 397 957 361 5739 87.0 66 15890 2568 5411 .475 406 1142 .356 1115 1486 .750 778 2193 2971 1537 1341 5 499 890 378 6657 100.9

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS AVERAGE PER GAME PLAYER MIN REB AST STL TO BLK PTS MIN REB AST STL TO BLK PTS Henderson 42 10 5 4 5 3 32 33.3 4.1 2.3 0.89 1.8 0.36 15.1 Maggette 39 8 4 4 6 1 29 27.5 3.9 1.2 0.72 1.8 0.03 15.0 Walker 43 10 11 4 7 2 23 27.2 3.5 4.4 0.91 1.8 0.30 12.1 Augustin 44 8 13 4 8 1 26 29.3 2.3 6.4 0.75 2.3 0.02 11.1 Mullens 43 14 5 3 4 5 31 22.5 5.0 0.9 0.32 1.1 0.80 9.3 Williams 39 7 6 3 3 1 22 22.6 2.8 1.8 0.61 1.0 0.09 8.3 31Brown 39 9 7 4 3 2 21 22.2 3.6 1.0 0.74 0.8 0.18 8.1 Diaw 41 16 10 3 6 2 27 27.5 5.3 4.3 0.54 2.3 0.51 7.4 White 35 11 3 2 3 3 21 18.9 3.6 0.8 0.29 0.7 0.40 6.8 Thomas 35 13 3 4 4 9 14 18.8 3.7 0.6 0.67 1.0 1.11 5.6 Biyombo 41 15 3 2 5 7 14 23.1 5.8 0.4 0.32 1.1 1.83 5.2 Higgins 26 4 3 2 4 2 22 11.1 0.9 0.9 0.13 1.0 0.16 3.9 Carroll 40 4 4 4 3 2 17 11.2 1.1 0.7 0.30 0.5 0.13 2.7 Najera 24 8 2 3 2 1 9 12.3 2.3 0.5 0.86 0.3 0.18 2.6 Moon 23 8 2 1 2 2 7 15.4 2.8 0.6 0.13 1.0 0.63 2.3 Diop 20 8 4 3 4 2 4 12.0 3.1 0.9 0.22 0.7 0.48 1.1 BOBCATS 265 57 31 12 24 13 118 240.8 39.0 20.1 6.02 14.5 5.47 87.0 OPPONENTS 265 57 33 18 25 13 129 240.8 45.0 23.3 7.56 13.5 5.73 100.9

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Pos. G C G F F C G G/F G F F C G F F

Player D.J. Augustin Kwame Brown Matt Carroll Dante Cunningham Boris Diaw DeSagana Diop Gerald Henderson Stephen Jackson Shaun Livingston Dominic McGuire Eduardo Najera Joel Przybilla Garrett Temple Tyrus Thomas DJ White

Home: 21-20

Ht. 6-0 6-11 6-6 6-8 6-8 7-0 6-5 6-8 6-7 6-9 6-8 7-1 6-5 6-10 6-9

Wt. 180 270 212 230 245 280 215 230 190 235 235 245 180 225 235

Road: 13-28 Birthdate 11/10/87 3/10/82 8/28/80 4/22/87 4/16/82 1/30/82 12/9/87 4/5/78 9/11/85 10/20/85 7/11/76 10/10/79 5/8/86 8/17/86 8/31/86

Overtime: 3-2 Prior to NBA/Home Country Texas Glynn Academy HS (GA) Notre Dame Villanova Cormeille-en-Parisis, France Oak Hill Academy (VA) Duke Oak Hill Academy (VA) Peoria Central HS (IL) Fresno State Oklahoma Minnesota Louisiana State Louisiana State Indiana

Yrs Pro 2 9 7 1 7 9 1 10 5 3 10 10 1 4 2

Conference Records

Records By Month

Overall Home Road Overtime Eastern 22-30 13-13 9-17 1-2 Western 12-18 8-7 4-11 2-0

Overall Home Road Overtime Oct./Nov. 6-11 3-5 3-6 0-0 December 5-9 5-3 0-6 1-0 January 9-7 4-3 5-4 2-1 February 6-6 4-3 2-3 0-0 March 6-9 4-3 2-6 0-0 April 2-6 1-3 1-3 0-1

Division Records

Playoff Results: None NBA Honors: None

MISC.

Overall Home Road Overtime Atlantic 11-7 6-3 5-4 1-1 Central 7-11 5-4 2-7 0-0 Southeast 4-12 2-6 2-6 0-1 Northwest 4-6 3-2 1-4 1-0 Pacific 6-4 3-2 3-2 1-0 Southwest 2-8 2-3 0-5 0-0

NBA

Head Athletic Trainer: Steve Stricker (Iowa State) Strength & Conditioning Coach: Michael Irr (Connecticut) Assistant Athletic Trainer: Dennis Williams (South Carolina) Equipment Manager: Fred Glover (Campbell)

HISTORY

Head Coach: Paul Silas (Creighton) Assistant Coaches: Ralph Lewis (LaSalle), Charles Oakley (Virginia Union), Stephen Silas (Brown)

PLAYOFFS

Record: 34-48

No. 14 54 33 44 32 7 15 1 2 5 21 10 41 12 8

RECORDS

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Front Row (L-R): D.J. Augustin, Matt Carroll, Assistant Coach Stephen Silas, Assistant Coach Charles Oakley, Head Coach Paul Silas, Assistant Coach Ralph Lewis, Head Athletic Trainer Steve Stricker, Gerald Henderson, Garrett Temple; Back Row (L-R): Locker Room Attendant James McCullough, Strength & Conditioning Coach Mike Irr, Shaun Livingston, Dante Cunningham, Eduardo Najera, Tyrus Thomas, DeSagana Diop, Kwame Brown, Boris Diaw, Dominic McGuire, DJ White, Stephen Jackson, Video Coordinator Drew Perry, Equipment Manager Fred Glover. Not pictured: Joel Przybilla and Assistant Athletic Trainer Dennis Williams.

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G Date Score Opp W/L Record Atten. Streak 1 10/27 86-101 @DAL 2 10/29 101-104 IND 3 10/30 88-98 @MIL 4 11/3 85-83 @NJ 5 11/5 90-97 @DET 6 11/6 88-91 ORL 7 11/8 91-95 SAS 8 11/10 101-96 @TOR 9 11/12 93-85 @WAS 10 11/13 95-96 UTA 11 11/15 113-110 MIN 12 11/19 87-95 @MIA 13 11/20 123-105 PHO 14 11/23 107-110 @NY 15 11/24 95-99 NY 16 11/26 99-89 HOU 17 11/27 101-104 @MIL 18 12/1 73-89 @NOH 19 12/3 *91-84 NJ 20 12/4 91-109 @PHI 21 12/7 100-98 DEN 22 12/10 92-100 @IND 23 12/11 62-93 BOS 24 12/14 97-91 TOR 25 12/15 80-113 @MEM 26 12/17 85-90 @ATL 27 12/20 75-108 @WAS 28 12/21 81-99 OKC 29 12/27 105-100 DET 30 12/29 101-92 CLE 31 12/31 `95-96 GSW 32 1/3 82-96 MIA 33 1/5 *108-105 @MIN 34 1/8 104-89 WAS 35 1/10 96-82 MEM 36 1/12 96-91 CHI 37 1/14 94-99 @BOS 38 1/15 81-88 NO 39 1/17 *92-96 @PHI 40 1/18 83-82 @CHI 41 1/20 100-97 PHI 42 1/22 87-103 ATL 43 1/25 94-89 @SAC 44 1/26 114-107 @PHO 45 1/28 *121-113 @GSW 46 1/29 88-103 @LAC 47 1/31 78-83 @UTA 48 2/2 97-87 @DET 49 2/4 97-109 MIA 50 2/5 92-101 DAL 51 2/7 94-89 BOS 52 2/9 103-104 @IND 53 2/11 89-94 NJ 54 2/12 88-96 @ATL 55 2/14 109-89 LAL 56 2/15 94-106 @CHI 57 2/22 114-101 TOR 58 2/25 110-98 SAC 59 2/27 86-100 @ORL 60 3/2 80-120 @DEN 61 3/4 84-92 @LAL 62 3/5 69-93 @POR 63 3/7 87-92 LAC 64 3/9 84-101 CHI 65 3/11 97-92 POR 66 3/13 95-90 @TOR 67 3/16 78-94 @HOU 68 3/18 82-99 @OKC 69 3/19 98-109 @SAS 70 3/23 88-111 IND 71 3/25 83-81 @BOS 72 3/26 114-106 NY 73 3/28 87-86 MIL 74 3/30 98-97 CLE 75 4/1 77-89 @ORL 76 4/3 91-97 WAS 77 4/5 89-99 @CLE 78 4/6 *102-111 ORL 79 4/8 103-112 @MIA 80 4/10 101-112 DET 81 4/11 105-103 @NJN 82 4/13 96-85 ATL * Denotes number of overtime period

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0-1 0-2 0-3 1-3 1-4 1-5 1-6 2-6 3-6 3-7 4-7 4-8 5-8 5-9 5-10 6-10 6-11 6-12 7-12 7-13 8-13 8-14 8-15 9-15 9-16 9-17 9-18 9-19 10-19 11-19 11-20 11-21 12-21 13-21 14-21 15-21 15-22 15-23 15-24 16-24 17-24 17-25 18-25 19-25 20-25 20-26 20-27 21-27 21-28 21-29 22-29 22-30 22-31 23-31 24-31 24-32 25-32 26-32 26-33 26-34 26-35 26-36 26-37 26-38 27-38 28-38 28-39 28-40 28-41 28-42 29-42 30-42 31-42 32-42 32-43 32-44 32-45 32-46 32-47 32-48 33-48 34-48

19,440 18,351 16,519 11,778 13,291 18,136 14,152 14,309 14,855 15,486 11,211 19,600 16,428 19,763 15,588 16,473 15,213 10,866 12,183 14,611 15,737 13,128 19,603 12,482 12,219 15,006 13,825 16,876 14,418 15,287 16,249 19,233 14,881 16,038 10,188 12,468 18,624 17,486 13,508 21,263 14,326 17,286 13,984 16,986 l8,407 18,332 19,499 14,376 19,592 17,743 19,081 10,258 15,386 16,948 19,488 21,391 12,976 15,782 18,846 14,255 18,997 25,588 16,438 15,286 18.176 16,557 14,822 18,203 19,075 14,703 18,624 19,356 12,368 12,584 18.969 16,444 19,835 16,234 19,897 16,234 13,853 16,138

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Charlotte Charlotte High Scorer High Rebounder

Charlotte High Assist

L1 Thomas (22) Wallace (9) Augustin (5) L2 Wallace (29) Diaw (8) Jackson/Augustin (6) L3 Augustin (26) Thomas (7) Augustin (5) W1 Diaw (24) Wallace (11) Augustin (7) L1 Jackson (28) Diaw/D.Brown (7) Augustin (8) L2 Wallace (25) Wallace (14) Augustin (8) L3 Thomas (16) Thomas (8) Augustin (6) W1 Jackson (20) Wallace (14) Augustin (7) W2 Wallace (25) Wallace (14) Augustin (10) L1 Jackson (24) Mohammed (20) Augustin (10) W1 Jackson/Wallace (26) Thomas (10) Augustin (11) L1 Jackson (30) Wallace (9) Diaw (7) W1 Diaw (26) Jackson (10) Jackson (10) L1 Augustin (24) Wallace (8) Augustin (7) L2 Thomas (26) Thomas (11) Augustin (7) W1 Wallace (21) Wallace (14) Augustin (11) L1 Augustin (26) McGuire (15) Augustine (6) L2 Wallace (18) Thomas (10) Augustin (6) W1 Jackson (25) Diaw (16) Diaw (8) L1 Diaw (19) K. Brown (7) Diaw (6) W1 Jackson (23) Jackson/Wallace (9) Jackson (7) L1 Wallace (26) Wallace (13) Jackson (8) L2 Mohammed (14) K. Brown (9) Jackson (7) W1 Mohammed (18) Mohammed (8) Augustin (7) L1 Jackson (16) McGuire (7) Augustin (7) L2 Diaw/Augustin (22) McGuire (17) Livingston (5) L3 Jackson (13) Diaw (7) Diaw/Augustin (4) L4 Jackson (20) Diaw (7) Diaw (8) W1 Augustin (27) Jackson (9) Diaw (6) W2 Jackson (38) Wallace (10) Augustin (6) L1 Jackson (22) 3 players tied (8) Augustin (6) L2 Jackson (22) McGuire/K.Brown (7) Diaw/Jackson (5) W1 Thomas (21) K.Brown (14) Augustin (8) W2 Jackson (21) Diaw/Jackson (10) Augustin (9) W3 Jackson (27) Diaw (9) Augustin (9) W4 Augustin (22) Thomas (13) Augustin (12) L1 Wallace (20) Thomas (9) Augustin (6) L2 Jackson/Wallace (15) K. Brown (14) Augustin (7) L3 Diaw (25) K. Brown (16) Diaw (11) W1 Augustin (15) Wallace (16) Augustin (5) W2 Augustin (31) K. Brown (9) Augustin (8) L1 Augustin (20) Wallace (8) Augustin (7) W1 Jackson (21) K. Brown (18) Livingston (3) W2 Jackson (23) K. Brown/Wallace (10) Augustin (10) W3 Jackson (31) Jackson (7) Augustin (12) L1 Jackson/Henderson (14) K. Brown (12) Diaw (5) L2 Jackson (24) Jackson/ Augustin (8) Augustin (7) W1 Jackson (39) K. Brown (10) Diaw (9) L1 Jackson/Wallace (25) Wallace (10) Augustin (8) L2 Augustin (21) Wallace (11) Jackson (5) W1 Wallace (19) Wallace (16) Augustin (4) L1 Jackson (27) Wallace (9) Wallace (6) L2 Jackson (21) Wallace (9) Diaw/Jackson (4) W1 Jackson (32) Wallace (13) Wallace (7) W2 Wallace (20) Wallace (11) Augustin (9) L1 Henderson (22) Wallace (8) Jackson (6) W1 Augustin (23) Mohammed (14) Diaw (9) W2 Jackson (30) K. Brown (13) Livingston (5) L1 Jackson (35) Diaw (9) Augustin (4) L2 Carroll (19) Diaw (6) Livingston (7) L3 Augustin (22) McGuire/Przybilla (8) Livingston/Augustin(4) L4 Henderson (16) White (9) Diaw (5) L5 Henderson (20) Diaw (8) Diaw (8) L6 Henderson (21) K. Brown (11) Henderson (8) W1 Jackson (29) Jackson (10) Augustin (5) W2 Augustin (23) Jackson/K.Brown (5) Diaw (6) L1 Augustin (22) K. Brown/White (6) Jackson/Augustin (4) L2 Jackson (18) K. Brown (8) Augustin (8) L3 Henderson (19) K. Brown (7) Livingston (8) L4 Augustin (17) K. Brown (9) Diaw (7) W1 White (17) McGuire/K. Brown (7) Augustin (4) W2 Diaw (20) Diaw (8) Augustin (9) W3 Jackson (18) Thomas (6) Diaw/Augustin (8) W4 Diaw (26) K. Brown (8) Augustin (12) L1 Cunningham (21) K. Brown (11) Diaw/Augustin (6) L2 Carroll (26) White (8) Augustin (7) L3 Augustin (22) Cunningham/Diaw (11) Augustin (8) L4 Henderson (32) Cunningham (10) Diaw (7) L5 K. Brown (23) K. Brown (13) McGuire (4) L6 Henderson (21) K. Brown (7) Augustin (14) W1 Cunningham (21) K. Brown (7) Augustin (11) W2 Henderson (20) K. Brown (8) Diaw (9)

Opponent Opponent High Scorer High Rebounder

Nowitzki (28) Nowitzki (13) Granger (33) Hibbert (8) Delfino (23) Jennings (10) Harris (19) Favors (8) Gordon (20) Monroe/Wallace (6) Lewis/Howard (22) Howard (8) Ginobili (26) Duncan (10) Bargnani (25) Evans (10) Blatche (22) Blatche (9) Jefferson (19) Kirilenko (7) Beasley (28) Milicic (12) James (32) Bosh (14) Hill (23) Frye (6) Douglas (22) Fields/Stoudemire (7) Felton (23) Fields (10) Budinger (19) Hayes (10) Jennings (32) Mbah a Moute (10) West (22) Okafor (13) Outlaw (21) Humphries/Murphy (8) Meeks (26) Brand (10) Phillips (25) Anthony/Nene (7) Granger (18) Hibbert (14) Davis/Allen (16) Garnett (11) Bayless (17) Johnson (12) Mayo (24) Gasol (10) 3 players tied (16) Smith (11) Young (21) Hinrich (11) Durant (32) Collison (10) Villanueva (25) Wilcox (8) Sessions (22) Varejao (10) Ellis (25) Amundson/Lee (8) James (38) Anthony/Wade (11) Love (35) Love (15) Hinrich (18) Blatche (8) Randolph (15) Randolph (15) Boozer (23) Thomas (14) S. O’Neal (23) Rondo (6) West (26) Okafor (10) Williams (23) Brand (13) Rose (33) Thomas (10) Young (21) Brand (10) Johnson (32) Bibby/Pachulia (8) Evans/ Landry (19) 3 players tied (8) Nash (27) Carter/Frye (6) Curry (27) Biedrins (12) Griffin (24) Griffin (10) Jefferson (21) Millsap (12) Gordon (20) Monroe (8) Wade (22) Wade (12) Nowitzki (25) Chandler (15) Allan (25) Garnett (14) Hibbert (29) Hibbert (10) Lopez (31) Humphries (14) Smith (28) Horford (10) Bryant (20) Gasol (10) Deng (24) Boozer (9) Weems (19) Bargnani (8) Dalembert (18) Thompson (13) Howard (20) Howard (10) Chandler (16) Martin/Nene (8) Bryant (27) Bynum (17) Aldridge (26) Camby (10) Griffin/Williams (17) Griffin (15) Korver/Rose (20) Noah (13) Matthews (20) Camby (11) Bargnani (17) Evans (17) Martin (21) Hayes (17) Durant (25) Ibaka (13) Novak (19) Splitter/Blair (6) Granger (33) Hibbert (14) Pierce (18) Garnett (9) Anthony (36) Williams (9) Jennings/Bogut (26) Bogut/Jennings (9) Sessions (24) Hickson (7) Howard (26) Howard (14) Blatche (25) Blatche (17) Sessions (18) Hickson (19) Arenas (25) Bass (8) Wade/Bosh (27) Bosh (10) Stuckey (24) Monroe (9) Lopez (31) Gadzuric (8) Powell (16) Pachula (10)


HISTORY 2010-11 FINAL STATISTICS

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4C

6C

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2T 17C

8 8

13 16

7 6

9 10

15 26

7 4

19 19

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8 12 6 9 13 2 18 5 9 6 8 16 4 10 13 27 10 12 14 8 38 2C 6C 1C 1C 2C 2C 5C 51 112 43 52 64 39 133 50 100 38 50 63 40 136

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11T 19 11 12 11 5T 27 6C 11 8 8 7T 4C 18 6 13C 6 7 17C 9 16 6 13 6C 9C 4 6C 17C

HISTORY

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PLAYOFFS

CAREER HIGHS (C=SET, T=TIED THIS SEASON) FG FGA FT FTA REB AST PTS 16 30 15 17 12 15 43 17 30 17C 22 20 10 42 11C 22C 13 13 8C 14C 31C 15 24 10 10 16C 16 31 11C 20C 14 14 16 5 27 12C 22C 10C 12C 9C 8C 32C 12 16 9 12 19 7 30 14 21 10 11 20T 4 30 10 17 8 9 9 14 25 10C 20C 5C 6C 13C 3C 21C

RECORDS

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS AVERAGE PER GAME PLAYER MIN REB AST STL TO BLK PTS MIN REB AST STL TO BLK PTS Jackson 45 10 10 4 9 3 39 35.9 4.5 3.6 1.19 3.1 0.42 18.5 Wallace 45 16 7 3 6 5 29 39.0 8.2 2.4 1.23 2.1 1.00 15.6 Augustin 42 8 14 5 6 1 31 33.6 2.7 6.1 0.66 1.9 0.04 14.4 Diaw 44 16 11 4 6 3 26 33.9 5.0 4.1 0.90 2.0 0.56 11.3 Thomas 36 13 3 2 7 5 26 21.0 5.5 0.7 0.73 1.6 1.61 10.2 Henderson 45 9 8 4 4 3 32 24.4 3.0 1.5 0.74 0.9 0.47 9.6 K. Brown 45 18 3 2 4 3 23 26.0 6.8 0.7 0.39 1.0 0.59 7.9 Mohammed 36 20 2 2 5 5 22 16.7 4.9 0.3 0.27 1.0 0.90 7.3 Livingston 30 7 8 3 4 3 22 17.3 2.0 2.2 0.64 1.2 0.40 6.6 Cunningham (TOT) 45 13 3 3 4 4 21 21.0 3.6 0.6 0.69 0.7 0.55 6.2 Cunningham (CHA) 45 11 3 3 3 2 21 24.0 4.0 0.6 0.68 0.8 0.50 9.0 White (TOT) 28 9 2 2 1 2 17 14.6 3.4 0.4 0.26 0.3 0.43 5.7 White (CHA) 28 9 2 2 1 2 17 19.4 4.4 0.6 0.25 0.3 0.50 8.5 Carroll 27 5 5 2 3 2 26 10.8 1.3 0.4 0.31 0.4 0.11 4.4 D. Brown 33 7 4 2 3 2 12 11.9 2.0 0.7 0.39 0.7 0.20 3.7 McGuire 40 17 4 1 2 3 13 14.6 3.8 0.8 0.19 0.5 0.63 3.3 Temple (TOT) 26 3 6 3 3 1 17 9.6 1.0 1.3 0.46 1.0 0.25 2.4 Temple (CHA) 19 3 6 3 3 1 17 10.5 1.3 2.0 0.75 1.7 0.33 3.2 Najera 29 5 3 2 2 2 11 12.0 1.4 0.6 0.35 0.4 0.19 2.2 Przybilla (TOT) 29 11 3 1 3 3 6 14.4 4.0 0.4 0.14 0.8 0.42 1.8 Przybilla (CHA) 17 8 0 0 3 1 5 14.8 4.8 0.0 0.00 1.4 0.20 1.8 Marks (TOT) 24 5 1 1 2 2 6 7.2 1.4 0.1 0.10 0.4 0.17 1.6 Diop 23 7 2 1 2 3 4 11.3 2.5 0.4 0.25 0.7 0.94 1.3 Peterson (TOT) 9 3 1 0 0 0 2 5.8 0.8 0.3 0.00 0.0 0.00 1.0 Collins 14 2 2 2 1 0 5 3.3 0.3 0.4 0.10 0.2 0.00 0.9 BOBCATS 265 62 37 13 29 13 123 241.5 40.1 21.1 6.39 14.5 5.28 93.3 OPPONENTS 265 56 34 15 21 14 120 241.5 39.6 21.7 7.33 13.2 6.05 97.3

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OFF DEF TOT AST PF DQ STL TO BLK PTS AVG 53 251 304 241 161 2 80 209 28 1240 18.5 72 322 394 116 120 2 59 100 48 749 15.6 38 187 225 498 152 0 54 155 3 1178 14.4 105 309 414 337 190 1 74 166 46 924 11.3 65 159 224 29 113 1 30 65 66 419 10.2 49 158 207 101 118 1 50 64 32 653 9.6 147 303 450 43 174 0 26 69 39 524 7.9 94 158 252 17 121 0 14 51 46 370 7.3 29 120 149 164 109 0 47 88 29 479 6.6 96 181 277 43 177 1 54 51 43 482 6.2 23 65 88 13 38 0 15 18 11 198 9.0 43 115 158 19 77 0 12 14 20 268 5.7 31 75 106 15 46 0 6 7 12 203 8.5 12 56 68 23 43 0 17 23 6 235 4.4 32 52 84 29 48 0 16 28 8 151 3.7 63 136 199 43 94 0 10 25 33 174 3.3 1 22 23 32 24 0 11 23 6 57 2.4 0 15 15 24 14 0 9 20 4 38 3.2 14 30 44 20 52 0 11 13 6 69 2.2 37 108 145 13 79 1 5 29 15 64 1.8 9 15 24 0 16 1 0 7 1 9 1.8 16 24 40 4 44 0 3 11 5 45 1.6 12 28 40 7 26 1 4 11 15 20 1.3 0 3 3 1 5 0 0 0 0 4 1.0 0 5 5 8 2 0 2 4 0 17 0.9 848 2444 3292 1728 1637 9 524 1192 433 7650 93.3 804 2446 3250 1777 1730 5 601 1082 496 7978 97.3

PLAYERS

G GS MIN FG FGA PCT 3FG FGA PCT FT FTA PCT 67 67 2405 435 1059 .411 121 359 .337 249 305 .816 48 48 1872 252 582 .433 35 106 .330 210 284 .739 82 82 2757 399 958 .416 111 333 .333 269 297 .906 82 82 2778 381 774 .492 78 226 .345 84 123 .683 41 2 861 156 331 .471 0 3 .000 107 136 .787 68 30 1661 259 570 .454 7 36 .194 128 163 .785 66 50 1714 194 375 .517 0 0 — 136 231 .589 51 30 851 159 317 .502 0 1 .000 52 88 .591 73 0 1261 185 397 .466 1 4 .250 108 125 .864 Cunningham (TOT) 78 18 1637 218 472 .462 1 13 .077 45 62 .726 Cunningham (CHA) 22 9 529 92 181 .508 1 9 .111 13 17 .765 White (TOT) 47 0 685 111 219 .507 0 2 .000 46 64 .719 White (CHA) 24 0 466 81 154 .526 0 2 .000 41 54 .759 Carroll 54 1 582 89 199 .447 17 46 .370 40 52 .769 D. Brown 41 1 488 62 113 .549 2 6 .333 25 47 .532 McGuire 52 8 760 72 182 .396 0 2 .000 30 39 .769 Temple (TOT) 24 0 230 20 68 .294 10 37 .270 7 17 .412 Temple (CHA) 12 0 126 12 42 .286 7 26 .269 7 11 .636 Najera 31 0 372 26 72 .361 11 34 .324 6 11 .545 Przybilla (TOT) 36 9 520 25 44 .568 0 0 --- 14 27 .519 Przybilla (CHA) 5 0 74 4 10 .400 0 0 --- 1 4 .250 Marks (TOT) 29 0 208 19 44 .432 2 2 1.000 5 8 .625 Diop 16 0 181 8 24 .333 0 0 --- 4 11 .364 Peterson (TOT) 4 0 23 2 5 .400 0 1 .000 0 0 --- Collins 20 0 66 7 25 .280 2 10 .200 1 1 1.000 BOBCATS 82 9805 2873 6365 .451 393 1203 .327 1511 1999 .756 OPPONENTS 82 9805 2956 6492 .455 577 1609 .359 1489 1908 .780

BBALL OPS

Player Jackson Wallace Augustin Diaw Thomas Henderson K. Brown Mohammed Livingston

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RECORD (34-48)

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HISTORY

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RECORDS

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CHARLOTTE bobcats

Front Row (L-R): Raymond Felton, Gerald Henderson, Stephen Graham, Boris Diaw, Gerald Wallace, Head Coach Larry Brown, Stephen Jackson, Tyrus Thomas, Derrick Brown, Larry Hughes, D.J. Augustin; Back Row (L-R): Assistant Coach Herb Brown, Assistant Coach Dave Hanners, Assistant Coach Phil Ford, Advance Scout Brendan O’Conner, Assistant Coach Jeff Capel, Assistant Coach LaSalle Thompson, Theo Ratliff, DeSagana Diop, Alexis Ajinca, Tyson Chandler, Nazr Mohammed, Head Athletic Trainer Steve Stricker, Video Coordinator Drew Perry, Equipment Manager Fred Glover, Strength & Conditioning Coach Mike Irr, Assistant Athletic Trainer Dennis Williams, Locker Room Attendant James McCullough.

2009-10 Final Roster

Record: 44-38

No. 21 14 4 6 32 7 20 23 15 0 1 13 42 12 3

Pos. C G F C F C G F G G G/F C C F F

Player Alexis Ajinca D.J. Augustin Derrick Brown Tyson Chandler Boris Diaw DeSagana Diop Raymond Felton Stephen Graham Gerald Henderson Larry Hughes Stephen Jackson Nazr Mohammed Theo Ratliff Tyrus Thomas Gerald Wallace

Home: 31-10

Ht. 7-1 6-0 6-7 7-1 6-8 7-0 6-1 6-6 6-5 6-5 6-8 6-10 6-10 6-10 6-7

MISC.

Road: 13-28 Birthdate 5/6/88 11/10/87 9/8/87 10/2/82 4/16/82 1/30/82 6/26/84 6/11/82 12/9/87 1/23/79 4/5/78 9/5/77 4/17/73 8/17/86 7/23/82

Overtime: 4-3 Prior to NBA/Home Country Saint Etienne, France Texas Xavier Dominguez HS (CA) Cormeille-en-Parisis, France Oak Hill Academy (VA) North Carolina Oklahoma State Duke St. Louis Oak Hill Academy (VA) Kentucky Wyoming Louisiana State Alabama

Yrs Pro 1 1 R 8 6 8 4 4 R 11 9 11 14 3 8

Head Coach: Larry Brown (North Carolina) Assistant Coaches: Herb Brown (Vermont), Jeff Capel (Fayetteville State), Phil Ford (North Carolina), Dave Hanners (North Carolina), LaSalle Thompson (Texas)

Head Athletic Trainer: Steve Stricker (Iowa State) Strength & Conditioning Coach: Michael Irr (Connecticut) Assistant Athletic Trainer: Dennis Williams (South Carolina) Equipment Manager: Fred Glover (Campbell)

Conference Records

Records By Month

Overall Home Road Overtime Eastern: 27-25 20-6 7-19 3-2 Western: 17-13 11-4 6-9 1-1

Overall Home Road Overtime Oct./Nov. 7-9 6-2 1-7 1-0 December 5-9 5-2 0-7 0-1 January 12-4 7-1 5-3 1-1 February 4-7 2-2 2-5 0-0 March 11-6 8-2 3-4 1-1 April 5-3 3-1 2-2 1-0

Division Records

132

Wt. 262 180 225 235 235 280 198 215 215 185 215 250 235 225 220

Overall Home Road Overtime Atlantic 8-10 6-3 2-7 1-0 Central 9-9 8-1 1-8 1-0 Southeast 10-6 6-2 4-4 1-2 Southwest 5-5 3-2 2-3 0-1 Northwest 4-6 3-2 1-4 0-0 Pacific 8-2 5-0 3-2 1-0

2013-14 CHARLOTTE BOBCATS MEDIA GUIDE

Playoff Results: Lost 0-4 to Orlando in Eastern Conference first round NBA Honors: Gerald Wallace, First Team All-Defensive; Gerald Wallace, Eastern Conference All-Star Team; Larry Brown, Eastern Conference Coach of the Month (January 2010); Gerald Wallace, Eastern Conference Player of the Week (Nov. 29, 2009); Stephen Jackson, Eastern Conference Player of the Week (Jan. 17, 2010)


HISTORY 2009-10 Game-by-game Charlotte Charlotte High Scorer High Rebounder

Charlotte High Assist

Opponent Opponent High Scorer High Rebounder

NBA MISC.

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HISTORY

Augustin (4) R. Allen (18) Williams (9) Felton (9) 3 players tied (17) Lee (18) Diaw (9) M. Williams (24) Varejao (8) Diaw/Felton (3) Douglas-Robert (20) Simmons (7) Felton (7) 3 players tied (13) Smith (7) Felton (10) Salmons (27) Noah (16) Diaw (8) Carter/Howard (15) Howard (10) Diaw/Felton (4) Villanueva (30) Wallace (9) Felton (4) Roy (25) 3 players tied (7) Felton (5) Nelson (16) Howard (11) Felton/Jackson (5) Iguodala (25) Brand (11) Murray (6) Jennings (29) Warrick (9) Felton (6) D. Jones (19) Murphy (8) Jackson (6) Bosh (18) Bosh (14) Felton (7) James (25) Varejao (11) Diaw (6) Butler (19) Haywood (9) Felton (5) R. Allen (27) Perkins (12) Diaw (6) Lopez (31) Lopez (14) Felton (8) Green (26) Iguodala/Young (11) Jackson (6) Anthony (34) Nene (10) Felton (5) Ginobili (22) Duncan (9) Felton (8) Nowitzki (36) Dampier (18) Felton (6) Duhon (18) Lee (8) Augustin (6) Murphy (26) Murphy (15) Diaw/Wallace (5) Williams (23) Boozer (11) Felton (7) Chandler (26) Lee (15) Felton (8) Stuckey (20) Wallace (8) Felton/Jackson (5) Durant (30) Krstic (10) Diaw (5) Jennings (24) Mbah a Moute (10) Jackson (5) Bosh (33) Bosh (13) Felton (6) Wade (29) Haslem (10) Diaw/Felton (6) James (29) James/O’Neal (7) Diaw/Felton (6) Rose (24) Deng (9) Felton (9) Chandler (27) Jeffries (10) Diaw (6) Mayo (25) Randolph (12) Diaw (6) Ariza (19) Scola (14) Augustin (7) 4 players (11) Blair (16) Jackson (8) Stoudemire (19) Amundson/Stoudemire(7) Felton (10) Evans (34) Brockman (14) Felton (5) Wright/Wade (16) Wright (7) Murray (9) Crawford (24) Horford (9) Diaw (5) Carter/Nelson (21) Howard (20) Felton (9) Billups (27) Billups/Smith (6) Diaw/Jackson (5) Nash (23) Dudley (10) Augustin/Felton (6) Maggette (25) Biedrins (7) Jackson (8) Martin (31) Thompson (16) Jackson (4) Aldridge (17) Batum (9) Diaw (5) Odom (19) Bynum (14) Felton (7) Collison (24) Posey (8) Augustin/Felton (5) Butler (23) Haywood (11) Augustin (7) Jefferson (19) Jefferson (10) Jackson (5) Lee (21) Boone/Humphries (8) Diaw (9) James (22) 3 players (7) Jackson (5) Jennings/Salmons (19) Bogut (13) Diaw/Felton (9) Butler (20) Kaman (13) Felton (5) Boozer (33) Boozer (16) Felton (7) Randolph (24) Randolph (10) Felton (5) Nowitzki (27) Nowitzki (13) Felton (6) Pierce (27) Daniels/Garnett (5) Augustin/Diaw (5) Bryant (26) Gasol (13) Diaw (9) Curry (25) Hunter (13) Felton (11) Wade (27) Haslem (11) Felton (6) Carney (14) Dalembert (10) Felton (11) B. Davis (24) Kaman (11) Felton (7) Howard (27) Howard (16) Felton/Jackson (6) Granger (26) Murphy (13) Felton (7) Durant (26) Durant (26) Diaw (6) Johnson/ Jos. Smith (18) Williams (14) Felton (5) Richardson (18) Haslem (13) Felton (5) Miller (15) McGee (12) Felton (8) Jefferson (21) Love (9) Felton (11) Gee (19) Miller/Singleton (7) Diaw/Felton (7) Bosh (22) Bosh (11) Felton (6) Iguodala (14) Dalembert (9) Felton (6) Salmons (28) Bogut (12) Diaw (6) Rose (26) Noah (16) Diaw (9) Evans (20) Horford (12) Felton (7) Thornton (36) Okafor (9) Diaw/Felton (5) Brooks (23) Ariza (9) Augustin (9) Gordon (21) Wallace (10) Felton (8) Harris (22) Williams (13) Felton (5) Rose (27) Gibson/Noah (13)

PLAYOFFS

Wallace (10) Wallace (12) Felton (22) Wallace (15) Radmanovic (12) Wallace (9) Wallace (24) Wallace (20) Bell (24) Wallace (18) Diaw (20) Wallace (9) Felton (18) Wallace (9) Mohammed (13) Mohammed (13) Diaw (21) Chandler/Wallace (8) Murray (31) Jackson/Wallace (9) Jackson (26) Wallace (12) Jackson/Wallace (22) Wallace (10) Mohammed (18) Wallace (11) Wallace (31) Wallace (13) Wallace (31) Wallace (14) Wallace (14) Wallace (14) Mohammed (16) Wallace (8) Felton/Jackson (28) Wallace (20) Diaw (28) Wallace (14) Jackson/Wallace (25) Wallace (16) Jackson (23) Wallace (6) Jackson (28) Wallace (16) Jackson (24) Chandler (12) Wallace (29) Chandler (13) Wallace (30) Wallace (13) Felton (27) Chandler (14) Wallace (29) Wallace (12) Jackson (24) Jackson/Mohammed (8) Wallace (21) Wallace (14) Jackson (30) Wallace (16) Jackson (25) Jackson/Wallace (8) Jackson (22) Wallace (12) Wallace (32) Wallace (9) Jackson (26) Wallace (9) Felton (19) Diaw (10) Jackson (43) Jackson/Wallace (8) Diaw (26) Diaw (11) Jackson/Wallace (29) Wallace (13) Wallace (28) Felton (9) Jackson (24) Mohammed/Wallace (10) Wallace (25) 3 players (6) Augustin (22) Diaw/Wallace (10) Jackson (22) Wallace (7) Jackson (30) Diaw (11) Jackson/Wallace (30) Wallace (13) Wallace (38) Wallace (11) Jackson (23) Wallace (10) Jackson (30) Mohammed (17) Jackson (26) Diaw (8) Jackson (22) Wallace (13) Jackson (33) Mohammed (20) Wallace (21) Diaw/Wallace (10) Jackson (29) Thomas (12) Jackson (35) Thomas (11) Wallace (32) Wallace (12) Wallace (27) Wallace (8) Jackson (32) Jackson (11) Jackson (20) Thomas (12) Thomas (15) Thomas (10) Jackson (21) Wallace (10) Augustin (19) Diaw (12) Jackson (17) Wallace (17) Wallace (28) Jackson (10) Jackson (24) Chandler (9) Jackson (28) Ratliff/Thomas (9) Diaw/Jackson (20) Jackson (9) Jackson (20) Jackson (9) Felton (25) Wallace (16) Jackson (18) Chandler (11) Diaw/Wallace (17) Wallace (19) Jackson (37) Chandler (9) Wallace (23) Wallace (6) Felton/Jackson (18) Wallace (8) Wallace (24) Wallace (12) Jackson (32) Wallace (11) Diaw (18) Diaw (7) Wallace (28) Diaw (9) Jackson (29) Chandler (10) Diaw/Wallace (18) Chandler (12) Hughes (18) Jackson/Ratliff (6) Jackson (17) Jackson (9) Thomas (16) Thomas (9)

RECORDS

L1 W1 L1 W1 W2 L1 L2 L3 L4 L5 L6 L7 W1 W2 W3 W4 L1 L2 W1 W2 L1 L2 W1 L1 L2 L3 W1 L1 W1 L1 W1 W2 W3 L1 W1 W2 W3 W4 W5 W6 L1 L2 L3 W1 W2 W3 L1 L2 L3 W1 W2 L1 W1 L1 L2 L3 W1 L1 L2 W1 W2 W3 W4 W5 W6 L1 W1 L1 L2 W1 W2 W3 L1 W1 W2 L1 W1 W2 L1 W1 W2 L1

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18,624 18,624 20,562 9,380 15,874 21,108 13,415 15,417 15,872 17,461 11,585 15,578 14,730 13,689 19,168 17,311 15,129 12,131 13,352 14,127 17,508 20,151 13,606 11,888 14,963 18,767 16,864 17,961 15,473 18,979 17,856 20,562 13,749 19,763 15,438 11,463 15,742 17,574 13,678 14,212 14,701 19,277 16,909 15,722 17,850 14,186 20,106 18,997 19,164 12,376 13,352 13,712 19,568 17,174 15,892 19,911 14,713 15,961 18,624 19,568 19,392 18,646 11,358 15,835 17,461 10,850 16,179 17,697 18,766 12,742 14,457 16,365 14,534 14,139 18,118 20,996 18,610 13,333 16,488 19,328 14,118 17,439

PLAYERS

0-1 1-1 1-2 2-2 3-2 3-3 3-4 3-5 3-6 3-7 3-8 3-9 4-9 5-9 6-9 7-9 7-10 7-11 8-11 9-11 9-12 9-13 10-13 10-14 10-15 10-16 11-16 11-17 12-17 12-18 13-18 14-18 15-18 15-19 16-19 17-19 18-19 19-19 20-19 21-19 21-20 21-21 21-22 22-22 23-22 24-22 24-23 24-24 24-25 25-25 26-25 26-26 27-26 27-27 27-28 27-29 28-29 28-30 28-31 29-31 30-31 31-31 32-31 33-31 34-31 34-32 35-32 35-33 35-34 36-34 37-34 38-34 38-35 39-35 40-35 40-36 41-36 42-36 42-37 43-37 44-37 44-38

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1 10/28 59-92 @BOS L 2 10/30 **102-100 NY W 3 10/31 79-90 @CLE L 4 11/2 79-68 NJ W 5 11/6 103-83 ATL W 6 11/7 90-93 @CHI L 7 11/10 81-93 ORL L 8 11/11 75-98 @DET L 9 11/14 74-80 POR L 10 11/16 91-97 @ORL L 11 11/18 84-86 @PHI L 12 11/20 88-95 @MIL L 13 11/22 104-88 IND W 14 11/25 116-81 TOR W 15 11/27 94-87 CLE W 16 11/28 92-76 @WAS W 17 12/1 90-108 BOS L 18 12/4 91-97 @NJ L 19 12/5 106-105 PHI W 20 12/8 107-95 DEN W 21 12/11 85-104 @SA L 22 12/12 *97-98 @DAL L 23 12/15 94-87 NY W 24 12/16 98-101 @IND L 25 12/19 102-110 UTA L 26 12/20 94-98 @NY L 27 12/22 88-76 DET W 28 12/26 91-98 @OKC L 29 12/28 94-84 MIL W 30 12/30 103-107 @TOR L 31 1/2 107-97 @MIA W 32 1/3 91-88 @CLE W 33 1/5 113-108 CHI W 34 1/7 93-97 @NY L 35 1/9 89-87 MEM W 36 1/12 102-94 HOU W 37 1/15 92-76 SA W 38 1/16 125-99 PHO W 39 1/18 105-103 SAC W 40 1/20 104-65 MIA W 41 1/22 89-103 @ATL L 42 1/23 *95-106 ORL L 43 1/25 93-104 @DEN L 44 1/26 *114-109 @PHO W 45 1/29 121-110 @GS W 46 1/30 103-96 @SAC W 47 2/1 79-98 @POR L 48 2/3 97-99 @LAL L 49 2/6 99-104 NO L 50 2/9 94-92 WAS W 51 2/10 93-92 @MIN W 52 2/16 94-103 NJ L 53 2/19 110-93 CLE W 54 2/20 88-93 @MIL L 55 2/22 94-98 @LAC L 56 2/24 93-102 @UTA L 57 2/26 93-89 @MEM W 58 3/1 84-89 DAL L 59 3/3 80-104 @BOS L 60 3/5 98-83 LAL W 61 3/6 101-90 GS W 62 3/9 83-78 MIA W 63 3/10 102-87 @PHI W 64 3/12 106-98 LAC W 65 3/14 96-89 @ORL W 66 3/16 94-99 @IND L 67 3/17 100-92 OKC W 68 3/19 *92-93 @ATL L 69 3/20 71-77 @MIA L 70 3/23 *95-86 @WAS W 71 3/24 108-95 MIN W 72 3/26 107-96 WAS W 73 3/29 101-103 TOR L 74 3/31 103-84 PHI W 75 4/2 *87-86 MIL W 76 4/3 88-96 @CHI L 77 4/6 109-100 ATL W 78 4/7 104-103 @NO W 79 4/9 90-97 @HOU L 80 4/10 99-95 DET W 81 4/12 105-95 @NJ W 82 4/14 89-98 CHI L * Denotes number of overtime periods

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RECORD (44-38) Player G GS MIN FG FGA PCT 3FG FGA PCT FT FTA PCT OFF DEF TOT AST PF DQ STL TO BLK PTS AVG Jackson (TOT) 81 81 3129 600 1418 .423 129 393 .328 338 434 .779 78 323 401 300 197 1 132 259 43 1667 20.6 Jackson (CHA) 72 72 2829 544 1285 .423 118 353 .334 312 397 .786 72 294 366 258 181 1 118 233 37 1518 21.1 Wallace 76 76 3119 456 943 .484 52 140 .371 422 544 .776 150 612 762 161 194 1 117 178 83 1386 18.2 Felton 80 80 2643 388 846 .459 60 156 .385 132 173 .763 53 235 288 446 172 1 123 168 22 968 12.1 Bell 5 5 157 24 55 .436 9 24 .375 3 3 1.000 5 16 21 10 13 0 4 5 2 60 12.0 Diaw 82 82 2906 373 773 .483 66 206 .320 113 147 .769 131 293 424 325 219 3 60 178 57 925 11.3 Murray 46 1 993 160 411 .389 41 131 .313 93 131 .710 15 83 98 84 77 0 28 65 12 454 9.9 Thomas (TOT) 54 3 1220 194 420 .462 0 3 .000 120 175 .686 81 254 335 56 129 2 63 92 85 508 9.4 Thomas (CHA) 25 0 542 95 215 .442 0 2 .000 62 85 .729 39 113 152 23 65 0 23 40 37 252 10.1 Hughes (TOT) 45 16 1115 137 386 .355 43 139 .309 94 113 .832 23 119 142 137 70 0 52 75 15 411 9.1 Hughes (CHA) 14 2 295 35 107 .327 15 42 .357 29 34 .853 7 25 32 28 17 0 12 19 4 114 8.1 Mohammed 58 29 984 189 342 .553 0 0 --- 81 125 .648 114 190 304 28 105 0 15 53 43 459 7.9 Chandler 51 27 1163 109 190 .574 0 0 --- 115 157 .732 114 206 320 16 138 1 17 91 55 333 6.5 Augustin 80 2 1472 168 435 .386 70 178 .393 102 131 .779 11 86 97 193 127 0 45 74 5 508 6.4 Radmanovic 8 0 133 14 42 .333 7 22 .318 4 6 .667 8 21 29 7 18 0 3 5 1 39 4.9 Graham 70 8 804 119 240 .496 16 50 .320 42 65 .646 24 111 135 23 94 0 20 36 10 296 4.2 Ratliff (TOT) 49 29 806 70 152 .461 0 0 --- 38 50 .760 59 98 157 25 87 1 12 41 61 178 3.6 Ratliff (CHA) 28 26 624 54 116 .466 0 0 --- 36 46 .783 44 73 117 16 60 1 9 25 43 144 5.1 Brown 57 0 535 68 147 .463 2 7 .286 48 72 .667 31 47 78 19 53 0 21 19 10 186 3.3 Henderson 43 0 355 37 104 .356 4 19 .211 35 47 .745 15 40 55 13 25 0 10 14 9 113 2.6 Law 9 0 33 5 16 .313 0 1 .000 6 7 .857 0 1 1 3 3 0 1 3 1 16 1.8 Ajinca 6 0 30 5 10 .500 0 0 --- 0 1 .000 1 3 4 0 5 0 1 2 1 10 1.7 Diop 27 0 262 15 29 .517 0 0 --- 2 9 .222 24 41 65 5 31 1 5 12 14 32 1.2 BOBCATS 82 - 19880 2858 6306 .453 460 1331 .346 1637 2180 .751 858 2490 3348 1658 1597 9 632 1290 446 7813 95.3 OPPONENTS 82 - 19880 2925 6536 .448 573 1696 .338 1270 1710 .743 868 2382 3250 1666 1804 11 614 1256 502 7693 93.8

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS AVERAGE PER GAME CAREER HIGHS (C=SET, T=TIED THIS SEASON) PLAYER MIN REB AST STL TO BLK PTS MIN REB AST STL TO BLK PTS FG FGA FT FTA REB AST PTS Jackson (TOT) 48 11 15 5 7 3 43 38.6 5.0 3.7 1.63 3.2 0.53 20.6 16 30 15 17 12 15C 43C Jackson (CHA) 48 11 8 5 7 3 43 39.3 5.1 3.6 1.64 3.2 0.51 21.1 Wallace 53 20 5 4 5 5 38 41.0 10.0 2.1 1.54 2.3 1.09 18.2 17 30 16 22 20C 10 42 Felton 49 9 11 6 8 2 28 33.0 3.6 5.6 1.54 2.1 0.28 12.1 13 24 13 16 11 19 32 Bell 34 7 4 3 3 1 24 31.4 4.2 2.0 0.80 1.0 0.40 12.0 12 19 12 14 13 8 31 Diaw 52 12 9 3 6 5 28 35.4 5.2 4.0 0.73 2.2 0.70 11.3 15 24 10 10 14 16 31 Murray 34 6 9 2 4 2 31 21.6 2.1 1.8 0.61 1.4 0.26 9.9 13C 26 12 13 9 12 31T Thomas (TOT) 36 15 4 6 6 6 21 22.6 6.2 1.0 1.17 1.7 1.57 9.4 10T 17T 14 14T 16 5 27 Thomas (CHA) 31 12 3 3 4 6 20 21.7 6.1 0.9 0.92 1.6 1.48 10.1 Hughes (TOT) 41 10 12 4 6 2 25 24.8 3.2 3.0 1.16 1.7 0.33 9.1 17 32 14T 17T 13 13 44 Hughes (CHA) 41 6 5 3 5 2 18 21.1 2.3 2.0 0.86 1.4 0.29 8.1 Mohammed 40 20 2 2 4 3 23 17.0 5.2 0.5 0.26 0.9 0.74 7.9 14 21 10 11 20T 4 30 Chandler 40 14 2 2 8 6 16 22.8 6.3 0.3 0.33 1.8 1.08 6.5 10 17 14 16 23 6 27 Augustin 42 4 9 3 4 1 22 18.4 1.2 2.4 0.56 0.9 0.06 6.4 10 20 13 13 6 11 29 Radmanovic 37 8 2 1 2 1 12 16.6 3.6 0.9 0.38 0.6 0.13 4.9 11 20 7 8 14 6 30 Graham 32 8 2 2 3 2 19 11.5 1.9 0.3 0.29 0.5 0.14 4.2 8C 12T 7 7 8T 3 19C Ratliff (TOT) 32 11 2 2 3 4 11 16.4 3.2 0.5 0.24 0.8 1.24 3.6 12 18 11 14 17 5 27 Ratliff (CHA) 32 9 2 2 3 4 11 22.3 4.2 0.6 0.32 0.9 1.54 5.1 Brown 29 6 2 2 2 2 18 9.4 1.4 0.3 0.37 0.3 0.18 3.3 5C 11C 8C 8C 6C 2C 18C Henderson 25 7 2 2 2 2 15 8.3 1.3 0.3 0.23 0.3 0.21 2.6 6C 9C 4C 4C 7C 2C 15C Law 8 1 1 1 1 1 4 3.7 0.1 0.3 0.11 0.3 0.11 1.8 7 12 9 10 6 8 22 Ajinca 9 2 0 1 1 1 4 5.0 0.7 0.0 0.17 0.3 0.17 1.7 5 9 2 4 4 1 12 Diop 27 7 2 1 2 3 8 9.7 2.4 0.2 0.19 0.4 0.52 1.2 5 9 6 8 16 4 10 BOBCATS 290 61 31 15 23 16 125 242.4 40.8 20.2 7.71 15.7 5.44 95.3 51 112 43 52 64 39 133 OPPONENTS 290 56 32 14 28 14 110 242.4 39.6 20.3 7.49 15.3 6.12 93.8 50 100 38 50 63 40 136

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Home: 23-18

Pos. C G G F C G F G F F C F/C F G F

Wt. 220 180 215 235 280 198 250 195 220 266 250 255 235 185 220

Player Alexis Ajinca D.J. Augustin Raja Bell Boris Diaw DeSagana Diop Raymond Felton Juwan Howard Dontell Jefferson Cartier Martin Sean May Nazr Mohammed Emeka Okafor Vladimir Radmanovic Sean Singletary Gerald Wallace

Ht. 7-0 6-0 6-5 6-8 7-0 6-1 6-9 6-5 6-7 6-9 6-10 6-10 6-10 6-0 6-7

Road: 12-29 Birthdate 5/6/88 11/10/87 9/19/76 4/16/82 1/30/82 6/26/84 2/7/73 12/15/83 11/20/84 4/4/84 9/5/77 9/28/82 10/10/80 9/6/85 7/23/82

Overtime: 5-3 Prior to NBA/Home Country France Texas Florida International France Oak Hill Academy (VA) North Carolina Michigan Arkansas Kansas State North Carolina Kentucky Connecticut Serbia Virginia Alabama

Yrs Pro R R 8 5 7 3 14 R R 3 10 4 7 R 7

Conference Records

Records By Month

Overall Home Road Overtime Eastern 20-32 13-13 7-19 3-3 Western 15-15 10-5 5-10 2-0

Overall Home Road Overtime Oct/Nov 5-11 4-7 1-4 1-0 December 6-10 4-5 2-5 1-1 January 8-7 5-1 3-6 0-1 February 6-7 3-2 3-5 0-0 March 9-5 6-2 3-3 0-0 April 1-7 1-1 0-6 0-1

Division Records

Playoff Results: None NBA Honors: D.J. Augustin, Second Team All-Rookie

MISC.

Overall Home Road Overtime Atlantic 9-9 5-4 4-5 1-2 Central 6-12 4-5 2-7 2-0 Southeast 5-11 4-4 1-7 1-0 Northwest 4-6 4-1 0-5 1-0 Pacific 8-2 4-1 4-1 1-0 Southwest 3-7 2-3 1-4 0-0

NBA

Head Athletic Trainer: Steve Stricker (Iowa State) Strength & Conditioning Coach: Michael Irr (Connecticut) Assistant Athletic Trainer: Dennis Williams (South Carolina) Equipment Manager: Fred Glover (Campbell)

HISTORY

Head Coach: Larry Brown (North Carolina) Assistant Coaches: Herb Brown (Vermont), Jeff Capel (Fayetteville State), Phil Ford (North Carolina), Dave Hanners (North Carolina), LaSalle Thompson (Texas)

PLAYOFFS

Record: 35-47

No. 21 14 19 32 7 20 5 2 1 42 6 50 10 44 3

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2008-09 Final Roster

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Front Row (L-R): Sean Singletary, Dontell Jefferson, Cartier Martin, Assistant Coach LaSalle Thompson, Assistant Coach Herb Brown, Assistant Coach Dave Hanners, Head Coach Larry Brown, Assistant Coach Phil Ford, Assistant Coach Jeff Capel, Advance Scout Brendan O’Conner, Raja Bell, Raymond Felton, D.J. Augustin; Back Row (L-R): Assistant Athletic Trainer Dennis Williams, Strength & Conditioning Coach Mike Irr, Head Athletic Trainer Steve Stricker, Gerald Wallace, Sean May, Vladimir Radmanovic, Emeka Okafor, Alexis Ajinca, Nazr Mohammed, DeSagana Diop, Juwan Howard, Boris Diaw, Video Coordinator Drew Perry, Equipment Manager Fred Glover, Locker Room Attendant James McCullough.

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G Date Score Opp W/L Record Atten. Streak 1 10/30 79-96 @CLE L 2 11/1 100-87 MIA W 3 11/3 83-101 DET L 4 11/5 98-101 @NY L 5 11/7 92-89 NO W 6 11/9 79-89 TOR L 7 11/11 80-88 DEN L 8 11/14 104-96 UTA W 9 11/16 85-90 ORL L 10 11/18 83-100 DAL L 11 11/21 83-88 @ATL L 12 11/22 74-79 MIL L 13 11/24 93-84 PHI W 14 11/26 86-93 @TOR L 15 11/28 *115-108 @IND W 16 11/29 84-89 BOS L 17 12/1 100-90 MIN W 18 12/3 103-97 OKC W 19 12/5 96-101 @MIL L 20 12/6 74-94 CLE L 21 12/8 96-100 @MIA L 22 12/10 89-105 @NO L 23 12/11 90-95 @DAL L 24 12/13 86-90 DET L 25 12/15 79-83 @ATL L 26 12/16 *110-101 CHI W 27 12/19 112-83 @MEM W 28 12/20 103-110 GS L 29 12/23 80-72 WAS W 30 12/26 95-87 @NJ W 31 12/27 *103-114 NJ L 32 12/30 89-93 NY L 33 1/2 75-103 @MIL L 34 1/3 102-92 MIL W 35 1/6 *114-106 BOS W 36 1/7 81-111 @CLE L 37 1/9 87-93 @PHI L 38 1/10 92-89 @WAS W 39 1/13 80-78 @DET W 40 1/17 *102-97 POR W 41 1/19 84-86 SAN L 42 1/21 101-86 MEM W 43 1/23 98-76 PHO W 44 1/25 93-98 @IND L 45 1/27 **117-110 @LAL W 46 1/28 74-88 @POR L 47 1/30 99-110 @DEN L 48 2/2 86-105 @UTA L 49 2/6 97-102 ATL L 50 2/8 92-96 @MIA L 51 2/9 94-73 LAC W 52 2/11 101-89 WAS W 53 2/17 *102-107 @ORL L 54 2/18 103-94 IND W 55 2/20 80-92 ORL L 56 2/22 78-99 HOU L 57 2/24 102-112 @PHO L 58 2/25 98-91 @SAC W 59 2/27 112-109 @GS W 60 2/28 100-95 @LAC W 61 3/3 96-80 CHI W 62 3/6 98-91 ATL W 63 3/7 114-105 @NY W 64 3/10 86-100 @SAN L 65 3/13 86-91 HOU L 66 3/14 100-108 @MIN L 67 3/16 112-86 TOR W 68 3/18 104-88 SAC W 69 3/20 102-89 @TOR W 70 3/21 83-108 IND L 71 3/25 93-95 @WAS L 72 3/27 100-95 @PHI W 73 3/28 96-85 NY W 74 3/31 94-84 LAL W 75 4/1 **109-111 @BOS L 76 4/3 92-97 MIA L 77 4/5 97-104 @DET L 78 4/7 101-98 PHI W 79 4/10 81-84 @OKC L 80 4/11 106-113 @CHI L 81 4/13 87-91 @NJ L 82 4/15 73-98 @ORL L * Denotes number of overtime periods

0-1 1-1 1-2 1-3 2-3 2-4 2-5 3-5 3-6 3-7 3-8 3-9 4-9 4-10 5-10 5-11 6-11 7-11 7-12 7-13 7-14 7-15 7-16 7-17 7-18 8-18 9-18 9-19 10-19 11-19 11-20 11-21 11-22 12-22 13-22 13-23 13-24 14-24 15-24 16-24 16-25 17-25 18-25 18-26 19-26 19-27 19-28 19-29 19-30 19-31 20-31 21-31 21-32 22-32 22-33 22-34 22-35 23-35 24-35 25-35 26-35 27-35 28-35 28-36 28-37 28-38 29-38 30-38 31-38 31-39 31-40 32-40 33-40 34-40 34-41 34-42 34-43 35-43 35-44 35-45 35-46 35-47

20,562 19,238 11,023 17,977 13,435 12,111 10,753 14,189 12,639 10,935 15,068 12,096 10,848 17,414 17,160 19,177 9,285 11,629 14,875 19,133 15,024 15,750 19,736 17,373 12,733 11,225 11,869 13,068 13,776 16,852 15,837 15,108 15,107 14,201 17,112 20,562 14,235 20,173 22,076 17,842 16,160 11,249 19,104 10,936 18,997 20,380 18,463 19,911 15,140 17,656 10,852 10,237 17,461 12,374 19,244 17,124 18,422 10,439 18,653 16,349 14,216 15,058 19,763 18,254 16,809 15,276 11,349 13,594 18,641 15,721 14,657 19,098 19,133 19,568 18,624 19,568 22,076 16,499 19,136 20,265 14,519 17,461

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L1 Richardson (24) Okafor (12) W1 Wallace (34) Okafor (13) L1 Brown (16) Wallace (12) L2 Felton (18) Okafor (15) W1 Felton/Richardson (20) Okafor (10) L1 Augustin (14) Wallace (8) L2 Richardson (23) Okafor (8) W1 Felton (23) Wallace (9) L1 Wallace (19) Okafor/Wallace (9) L2 Augustin (21) Okafor (9) L3 Augustin (26) Okafor (11) L4 Wallace (18) Okafor (18) W1 Augustin (25) Okafor (9) L1 Wallace (23) Okafor (14) W1 Felton (31) Okafor (20) L1 Wallace (23) Wallace (8) W1 Richardson (25) Okafor (10) W2 Okafor (25) Okafor (13) L1 Richardson (20) Okafor (8) L2 Augustin (17) Okafor (8) L3 Richardson (24) Okafor (12) L4 Augustin (28) Okafor (8) L5 Okafor (27) Okafor (17) L6 Wallace (22) Okafor (12) L7 Diaw (25) Okafor (11) W1 Augustin (29) Okafor (13) W2 Diaw (26) Diaw (10) L1 Wallace (26) Okafor (13) W1 Okafor (29) Okafor (18) W2 Felton (22) Wallace (13) L1 Wallace (32) Okafor (10) L2 Wallace (21 Okafor (15) L3 Diaw (16) Okafor (12) W1 Wallace (24) BD/RF/EO (6) W2 Felton (25) Okafor (17) L1 Felton (15) Diaw (8) L2 Okafor (24) Okafor (11) W1 Bell (19) Okafor (6) W2 Felton (23) Wallace (10) W3 Wallace (31) Wallace (16) L1 Bell (25) Diaw (13) W1 Bell (25) Okafor (15) W2 Wallace (28) Diaw (11) L1 Bell/Diaw (18) Okafor (8) W1 Diaw (23) Felton/Okafor (11) L1 Okafor (18) Felton/Okafor (5) L2 Bell (27) Diop (7) L3 Felton (16) Okafor (7) L4 Bell (17) Okafor (19) L5 Augustin (27) Okafor (8) W1 Okafor (19) Okafor (16) W2 Augustin (24) Okafor (13) L1 Felton (22) Felton (10) W1 Wallace (25) Okafor (12) L1 Felton (16) Okafor (11) L2 BD/RF/EO (13) Okafor (11) L3 Diaw (27) Diaw (10) W1 Wallace (27) Okafor (11) W2 Felton (26) Okafor/Wallace (11) W3 Okafor (28) Okafor/Wallace (9) W4 Bell/Felton (18) Okafor (10) W5 Wallace (21) Okafor (11) W6 Wallace (23) Wallace (13) L1 Bell/Okafor (16) Diop/Wallace (7) L2 Wallace (17) Okafor/Wallace (8) L3 Wallace (26) Wallace (10) W1 Wallace (25) Wallace/Radmanovic (9) W2 Wallace (25) Wallace (12) W3 Diaw/Wallace (30) Wallace (9) L1 Diaw (15) Okafor (9) L2 Wallace (21) Wallace (11) W1 Diaw (24) Wallace (11) W2 Wallace (23) Okafor (14) W3 Wallace (21) Wallace (13) L1 Wallace (20) Okafor/Wallace (10) L2 Wallace (21) Okafor (13) L3 Augustin (22) Okafor (16) W1 Felton (32) Okafor (12) L1 Augustin (20) Wallace (14) L2 Felton (26) Okafor (14) L3 Felton (19) BD/DD/EO (5) L4 Felton (23) Wallace (10)

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Opponent Opponent High Scorer High Rebounder

Felton (5) Gibson (25) Wallace (10) Felton (8) Beasley (25) Marion (8) Richardson (5) Hamilton (19) Brown (9) Felton (6) Randolph (25) Randolph (13) Augustin (4) Paul/Stojakovic (20) Chandler/Stojakovic (7) Felton (6) Bosh (30) Bosh (15) Felton (5) Anthony (25) Kleiza/Nene (8) Felton (6) Boozer (26) Boozer (15) Felton (6) Turkoglu (20) Battie/Howard (7) Augustin (4) Nowitzki (32) Dampier (11) Augustin (7) Johnson (30) Evans/Williams (10) Felton (5) Sessions (18) Bogut (17) Augustin (11) Brand (18) Brand (9) Felton (7) Bosh (39) Bosh (11) Felton (7) Granger (35) Murphy (12) Felton (6) Pierce (19) Perkins (12) Felton (14) Foye (23) Miller (10) Felton (12) Durant (24) Green (6) Felton (8) Redd (25) Bogut (10) Felton (5) James (25) Ilgauskas (11) Felton (8) Wade (41) Haslem (9) Augustin (7) Stojakovic/West (17) Chandler (11) Augustin (10) Terry (26) Nowitzki (13) Diaw (5) Iverson (20) McDyess/Prince (6) Felton (7) Johnson (28) Horford (14) Augustin/Felton (7) Gordon (25) Gooden/Thomas (9) Augustin (10) Gay (17) Gasol (6) Felton (8) Crawford (50) Azubuike (13) Felton (8) Butler (31) McGuire (10) Diaw (7) Carter (19) Lopez (7) Diaw (7) Carter (28) Lopez (13) Felton (8) Chandler (19) Lee (16) Diaw (6) Redd (31) Mbah a Moute (9) Diaw (7) Jefferson (19) Jefferson/Villanueva (7) Felton (8) Pierce (28) Garnett (13) Diaw (6) James (21) Wallace (9) Felton (8) Miller (22) Dalembert (9) Felton (11) Butler (19) Blatche (10) Felton (9) Stuckey (22) Prince (9) Diaw/Felton (7) Aldridge (21) Przybilla (10) Felton (9) Duncan (17) Duncan (11) Wallace (9) Gay (26) Gasol (6) Bell (8) O’Neal (20) Stoudemire (9) Felton (12) Granger (27) Murphy (14) Diaw/Felton (9) Bryant (38) Bynum (14) Felton (8) Aldridge (25) Oden (14) Felton (9) Nene (22) Nene (12) Felton (9) Okur (22) Korver (8) Felton (8) Williams (29) Pachulia (8) Felton (11) Wade (22) Marion (10) Diaw (9) Randolph (20) Camby (11) Felton (9) Butler (26) Jamison (9) Felton (5) Howard (45) Howard (19) Wallace (7) Jack/Murphy (18) Murphy (16) Felton (5) Turkoglu (24) Howard (16) Felton (4) Artest (26) Scola (10) Felton (9) Nash (22) O’Neal (11) Felton (9) Martin (27) Gooden (13) Felton (9) Jackson (33) Biedrins (13) Augustin (8) Randolph (33) Camby (13) Felton (9) Gordon/Ty. Thomas (14) Ty. Thomas (12) Diaw (13) Horford (15) Williams (8) Felton (10) Harrington (24) Richardson (9) Diaw (8) Mason/Parker (21) Duncan (11) Felton (8) Yao (23) Yao (8) Felton (5) Love (22) Love/Smith (7) Felton (8) Bosh (18) Bosh (14) Felton (7) McCants (30) Thompson (11) Wallace (8) Bosh (35) Bargnani/Bosh (7) Felton/Wallace (5) Jack (31) Jack (6) Felton (8) Jamison (27) Jamison (8) Diaw (6) Iguodala (25) Young (7) Wallace (8) Chandler/Harrington (18) Lee (10) Diaw (12) Bryant (25) Gasol (11) Felton (12) Pierce (32) Perkins (12) Felton (10) Wade (27) Wade (10) Diaw (6) Bynum (32) Brown/McDyess (9) Augustin/Diaw (6) Miller (23) Dalembert (9) Felton (5) Durant (20) Green (11) Augustin (8) Gordon (39) Noah (10) Felton (5) Lopez (18) Lopez (20) Jefferson (4) Battie (21) Howard (12)


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SINGLE-GAME HIGHS AVERAGE PER GAME CAREER HIGHS (C=SET, T=TIED THIS SEASON) PLAYER MIN REB AST STL TO BLK PTS MIN REB AST STL TO BLK PTS FG FGA FT FTA REB AST PTS Richardson 42 9 5 2 3 1 25 35.1 4.1 2.6 1.00 1.7 0.21 18.7 18 32 12 14 14 8 44 Wallace 46 16 9 5 5 5 34 37.6 7.8 2.7 1.70 2.1 0.94 16.6 17 30 16 22 17 10 42 Felton 53 11 14 7 7 2 32 37.6 3.8 6.7 1.54 2.8 0.37 14.2 13 24 13 16 11C 19 32C Diaw (TOT) 48 13 13 4 8 7 30 34.0 5.3 4.1 0.75 2.7 0.65 13.2 15C 24C 10 10 14 16 31 Diaw (CHA) 48 13 13 4 8 7 30 37.6 5.9 4.9 0.85 3.0 0.75 15.1 Okafor 47 20 4 4 6 5 29 32.8 10.1 0.6 0.59 1.8 1.66 13.2 13 26 13 18 25 5 30 Bell (TOT) 49 8 8 4 4 1 27 34.6 3.6 2.1 0.75 1.3 0.12 11.9 12 19T 12 14 13 8C 31 Bell (CHA) 49 8 8 4 4 1 27 35.6 4.0 2.5 0.82 1.5 0.13 13.0 Augustin 45 6 11 4 7 1 29 26.5 1.8 3.5 0.58 1.7 0.03 11.8 10C 20C 13C 13C 6C 11C 29C Radmanovic (TOT) 31 9 4 4 4 2 21 18.5 2.8 1.0 0.59 1.3 0.19 6.9 11 20 7 8 14 6 30 Radmanovic (CHA) 31 9 4 3 3 2 21 21.1 3.3 1.3 0.56 1.6 0.25 8.3 Dudley 39 7 4 3 3 1 13 21.4 3.0 1.0 0.90 0.5 0.10 5.4 8 14 8 12 18 6 19 Jefferson 29 5 4 2 2 1 10 14.0 2.0 1.5 0.67 1.0 0.17 4.8 3C 6C 3C 3C 5C 4C 10C S. Brown 26 4 3 4 5 2 16 11.4 0.8 0.9 0.60 1.0 0.17 4.8 8 16 7C 8C 5 4 20 Morrison 37 6 4 2 4 1 16 15.2 1.6 0.9 0.20 0.7 0.09 4.5 12 23 10 11 7 7 30 Howard (TOT) 31 5 4 1 3 2 14 11.2 1.8 0.6 0.17 0.6 0.14 4.1 19 29 15 17 16 9 42 Howard (CHA) 31 5 4 1 3 2 14 11.5 1.8 0.6 0.15 0.7 0.13 4.4 Carroll 30 4 3 2 3 1 10 14.0 1.6 0.7 0.53 0.8 0.15 4.1 11 19 11 12 11 5 27 May 27 11 2 2 3 2 10 12.5 2.9 0.4 0.21 1.1 0.17 3.9 10 17 14 17 17 6 32 Hollins 21 4 2 1 2 3 9 10.2 2.0 0.2 0.17 0.6 0.94 3.6 6 9 6 8 12 2T 13 Mohammed 17 8 2 2 2 2 12 8.7 2.0 0.2 0.13 0.6 0.41 2.7 14 21 10 11 20 4 30 Martin 24 4 2 2 2 1 11 8.1 1.0 0.4 0.24 0.3 0.12 2.6 4C 8C 3C 4C 4C 2C 11C Singletary (TOT) 23 5 3 2 3 0 13 8.2 0.9 0.8 0.30 0.6 0.00 2.4 4C 7C 4C 4C 5C 3C 13C Singletary (CHA) 20 3 3 1 3 0 13 7.5 0.8 0.7 0.21 0.8 0.00 2.3 Diop (TOT) 29 9 4 3 3 5 8 13.8 3.6 0.4 0.39 0.5 0.75 2.3 5 9 6 8 16 4T 10 Diop (CHA) 29 7 3 3 3 5 8 14.2 3.8 0.5 0.41 0.7 0.76 2.8 Ajinca 20 4 1 2 3 1 12 5.9 1.0 0.1 0.23 0.4 0.19 2.3 5C 9C 2C 4C 4C 1C 12C Jones 18 6 0 0 2 1 4 8.7 2.0 0.0 0.00 0.7 0.17 2.0 3 4 4 6 13 2 9 A. Brown 15 6 1 1 3 0 2 10.3 3.0 0.3 0.25 1.3 0.00 1.0 8 14 4 9 18 2 19 Johnson 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 6.5 0.0 0.0 0.00 0.0 0.00 0.0 7 16 4 4 14 3 17 BOBCATS 290 53 35 15 25 13 117 243.0 39.7 21.2 7.07 15.6 4.84 93.6 51 112 43 52 64 39 133 OPPONENTS 290 55 29 14 25 12 114 243.0 38.9 19.6 7.63 14.7 5.95 94.9 50 100 38 50 63 40 136

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Player G GS MIN FG FGA PCT 3FG FGA PCT FT FTA PCT OFF DEF TOT AST PF DQ STL TO BLK PTS AVG Richardson 14 14 491 97 220 .441 27 59 .458 41 55 .745 13 45 58 36 43 1 14 24 3 262 18.7 Wallace 71 71 2669 389 811 .480 39 131 .298 365 454 .804 112 441 553 189 210 7 121 148 67 1182 16.6 Felton 82 81 3086 442 1083 .408 59 207 .285 219 272 .805 54 256 310 553 191 1 126 228 30 1162 14.2 Diaw (TOT) 81 59 2754 448 884 .507 75 181 .414 101 147 .687 118 314 432 333 202 1 61 215 53 1072 13.2 Diaw (CHA) 59 59 2216 368 743 .495 70 167 .419 83 121 .686 94 254 348 287 163 1 50 178 44 889 15.1 Okafor 82 81 2691 433 772 .561 0 0 --- 219 369 .593 275 552 827 53 247 3 48 144 136 1085 13.2 Bell (TOT) 67 66 2315 299 684 .437 114 271 .421 87 102 .853 41 202 243 142 166 1 50 86 8 799 11.9 Bell (CHA) 45 44 1603 223 507 .440 70 177 .395 71 81 .877 33 146 179 113 109 0 37 68 6 587 13.0 Augustin 72 12 1908 267 621 .430 108 246 .439 208 233 .893 17 116 133 250 140 1 42 119 2 850 11.8 Radmanovic (TOT) 78 31 1445 196 466 .421 105 262 .401 43 58 .741 45 177 222 81 111 0 46 98 15 540 6.9 Radmanovic (CHA) 32 3 674 101 252 .401 45 126 .357 20 31 .645 27 78 105 43 60 0 18 51 8 267 8.3 Dudley 20 7 427 45 96 .469 3 8 .375 15 24 .625 25 34 59 19 40 1 18 10 2 108 5.4 Jefferson 6 0 84 11 22 .500 1 2 .500 6 9 .667 1 11 12 9 9 0 4 6 1 29 4.8 S. Brown 30 0 341 56 123 .455 8 28 .286 24 30 .800 8 16 24 28 33 0 18 29 5 144 4.8 Morrison 44 5 667 76 211 .360 31 92 .337 16 21 .762 16 56 72 38 73 0 9 29 4 199 4.5 Howard (TOT) 42 2 472 75 147 .510 0 0 --- 23 34 .676 30 46 76 26 71 0 7 26 6 173 4.1 Howard (CHA) 39 2 450 74 145 .510 0 0 --- 23 34 .676 29 43 72 24 67 0 6 26 5 171 4.4 Carroll 34 10 475 56 138 .406 12 45 .267 15 19 .789 5 50 55 24 53 0 18 26 5 139 4.1 May 24 12 301 39 98 .398 1 1 1.000 14 20 .700 20 49 69 10 32 0 5 26 4 93 3.9 Hollins 18 1 184 19 35 .543 0 0 --- 26 39 .667 19 17 36 4 34 0 3 10 17 64 3.6 Mohammed 39 1 341 41 101 .406 0 0 --- 22 40 .550 35 44 79 8 63 0 5 23 16 104 2.7 Martin 33 1 266 28 77 .364 10 33 .303 20 25 .800 7 26 33 13 33 0 8 9 4 86 2.6 Singletary (TOT) 37 2 303 31 85 .365 10 25 .400 18 21 .857 10 25 35 29 45 0 11 23 0 90 2.4 Singletary (CHA) 24 1 181 19 48 .396 6 15 .400 12 15 .800 5 14 19 17 31 0 5 18 0 56 2.3 Diop (TOT) 75 1 1036 74 171 .433 0 0 --- 22 66 .333 114 159 273 32 128 1 29 39 56 170 2.3 Diop (CHA) 41 1 584 52 113 .460 0 0 --- 10 37 .270 69 86 155 19 73 0 17 28 31 114 2.8 Ajinca 31 4 182 25 69 .362 0 2 .000 20 28 .714 9 21 30 3 34 0 7 12 6 70 2.3 Jones 6 0 52 4 7 .571 0 0 --- 4 6 .667 6 6 12 0 6 0 0 4 1 12 2.0 A. Brown 4 0 41 1 7 .143 0 0 --- 2 2 1.000 7 5 12 1 9 0 1 5 0 4 1.0 Johnson 2 0 13 0 0 --- 0 0 --- 0 0 --- 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 BOBCATS 82 - 19930 2866 6299 .455 490 1339 .366 1455 1965 .740 886 2366 3252 1741 1754 15 580 1279 397 7677 93.6 OPPONENTS 82 - 19930 2883 6349 .454 558 1526 .366 1457 1928 .756 877 2310 3187 1604 1714 24 626 1206 488 7781 94.9

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HISTORY

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Front Row (L-R): Earl Boykins, Raymond Felton, Jared Dudley, Assistant Coach Phil Ford, Assistant Coach Paul Mokeski, Head Coach Sam Vincent, Assistant Coach Lee Rose, Assistant Coach Jeff Capel, Assistant Coach Mike Sanders, Matt Carroll, Derek Anderson, Jason Richardson; Back Row (L-R): Assistant Athletic Trainer Dennis Williams, Strength & Conditioning Coach Mark Coffelt, Head Athletic Trainer Joe Sharpe, Gerald Wallace, Othello Harrington, Sean May, Emeka Okafor, Ryan Hollins, Nazr Mohammed, Jermareo Davidson, Video Coordinator Drew Perry, Equipment Manager Fred Glover, Locker Room Attendant James McCullough.

2007-08 Final Roster

Record: 32-50

Home: 21-20

No. 1 11 13 33 4 20 4 15 42 6 35 50 23 3

Pos. G G G F/C G/F G F C F C F F/C G G/F

Wt. 195 135 212 230 225 198 235 230 266 250 205 255 225 220

Player Derek Anderson Earl Boykins Matt Carroll Jermareo Davidson Jared Dudley Raymond Felton Othella Harrington Ryan Hollins Sean May Nazr Mohammed Adam Morrison Emeka Okafor Jason Richardson Gerald Wallace

Ht. 6-5 5-5 6-6 6-10 6-7 6-1 6-9 7-0 6-9 6-10 6-8 6-10 6-6 6-7

MISC.

Overtime: 2-5 Prior to NBA/Home Country Kentucky Eastern Michigan Notre Dame Alabama Boston College North Carolina Georgetown UCLA North Carolina Kentucky Gonzaga Connecticut Michigan State Alabama

Head Coach: Sam Vincent Lead Assistant Coach: Lee Rose Assistant Coaches: Phil Ford, Paul Mokeski, Jeff Capel, Mike Sanders

Head Athletic Trainer: Joe Sharpe Strength & Conditioning Coach: Mark Coffelt Assistant Athletic Trainer: Dennis Williams Equipment Manager: Fred Glover

Conference Records

Records By Month

Eastern: Western:

November December January February March April

Overall Home Road Overtime 19-33 13-13 6-20 2- 4 13-17 8- 7 5-10 0- 1

Division Records

138

Road: 11-30 Birthdate 7/18/74 6/2/76 8/28/80 11/17/84 7/10/85 6/26/84 1/31/74 10/10/84 4/4/84 9/5/77 7/19/84 9/28/82 1/20/81 7/23/82

Overall Home Atlantic 6-12 4- 5 Central 6-12 4- 5 Southeast 7- 9 5- 3 Southwest 1- 9 1- 4 Northwest 8- 2 5- 0 Pacific 4- 6 2- 3

Road Overtime 2- 7 0- 1 2- 7 1- 2 2- 6 1- 1 0- 5 0-0 3- 2 0-0 2- 3 0- 1

2013-14 CHARLOTTE BOBCATS MEDIA GUIDE

Overall Home 6-8 5-4 5-10 5-4 7-10 4-6 1-11 1-3 9-7 4-1 4-4 2-2

Yrs Pro 10 9 4 R R 2 11 1 2 9 1 3 6 6

Road Overtime 1-4 0-1 0-6 1-0 3-4 0-2 0-8 1-1 5-6 0-0 2-2 0-1

Playoff Results: None NBA Honors: Gerald Wallace, Eastern Conference Player of the Week (Jan. 20, 2008); Jason Richardson, Eastern Conference Player of the Week (March 9, 2008; March 30, 2008)


HISTORY 2007-08 Game-by-game Charlotte Charlotte High Scorer High Rebounder

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PLAYOFFS

W1 Felton (26) Okafor (14) Felton(12) Redd(21) Bogut (17) W2 Richardson (29) Okafor (13) Felton(7) Haslem (18) Haslem(10) L1 Dudley (16) Dudley (11) McInnis(4) Barbosa/Bell/Marion (16) Marion (11) L2 Carroll (16) Okafor (11) Anderson (8) Iguodala (19) Dalembert (13) W1 Wallace (28) Okafor (23) McInnis (7) O’Neal (18) Foster (12) L1 Carroll (17) Okafor (11) McInnis (7) Yao-34 Battier (10) W1 Wallace (19) Okafor (10) Felton (9) O’Neal (17) Haslem (7) Okafor (8) McInnis (6) J. Johnson (34) Horford (13) L1 Wallace/Richardson (27) W1 Wallace (27) Okafor (15) Felton (12) Wilcox (24) Wilcox (9) W2 Wallace (27) Okafor (12) Felton (10) Jack (18) Frye (8) L1 Felton (27) Okafor (14) Felton (12) Butler (39) Blatche (13) L2 Herrmann (16) Okafor (18) Felton/McInnis (6) Howard (34) Howard (7) L3 Richardson (25) JD/JR/EO (9) Felton (9) Garnett/ Pierce (23) Garnett (11) L4 Wallace (16) Felton/Okafor (6) Felton (7) Davis (23) O’Neal (6) L5 Richardson (22) Okafor (9) Wallace (7) Gordon (34) Wallace (19) L6 Wallace (19) Dudley (10) McInnis (5) Delfino/Humphries (17) Moon (12) L7 Wallace (22) Okafor (10) Felton (6) Deng (30) Nocioni (11) W1 Wallace (22) Richardson (8) Felton (6) Hughes (22) Gooden (9) L1 Richardson (15) Anderson (5) Anderson (7) Billups (20) McDyess (9) W1 Felton (26) Okafor (16) McInnis (8) Maggette (23) Kaman (13) L1 Felton (18) Okafor (12) Felton (6) Howard (33) Howard (18) L2 Wallace (24) Okafor (14) Felton (5) J. Johnson (31 Smith (10) W1 Wallace (26) Okafor (9) Felton (7) Boozer (21) Boozer (15) W2 Wallace (27) Mohammed (14) Felton (9) Robinson (20) Lee (11) L1 Richardson (30) Mohammed (11) Felton (9) Yi (29) Bogut/Yi (10) L2 Wallace (32) Mohammed (12) Wallace (8) Jamison (26) Jamison (14) L3 Richardson (25) Mohammed (14) McInnis (6) West (20) Chandler (17) L4 Richardson (34) Okafor (9) Wallace (7) Turkoglu (28) Howard (21) W1 Wallace (36) Okafor (10) Felton (6) O’Neal (20) O’Neal (13) L1 Richardson (28) Wallace (11) Felton (9) Gordon (22) Deng (13) L2 Richardson (33) Okafor (13) Felton (8) Carter (30) Kidd (10) L3 Wallace (25) Mohammed (12) Felton (10) Bell (27) Bogut/Simmons/Yi (8) W1 Richardson (25) Wallace (11) Felton (7) Jefferson (25) Kidd (11) W2 Richardson (34) Mohammed/Wallace (10) Felton (8) Garnett (24) Perkins (10) L1 Wallace (27) Mohammed (15) Felton (11) James (31) James (19) L2 Wallace (26) Okafor (15) Richardson (8) Billups (27) McDyess (11) W1 Wallace (40) Okafor (13) Felton (15) Anthony (35) Camby (23) W2 Wallace-36 Wallace (14) McInnis/Wallace(5) Howard (24) Howard (21) L1 Okafor (13) Mohammed (11) Felton/McInns(6) West (28) Chandler (10) W1 Richardson (38) Richardson (14) Felton (9) Gasol (28) Gay (9) L1 Okafor (21) Okafor (10) McInnis (9) Duncan (19) Duncan (10) L2 Wallace/Richardson (22) Wallace (11) Felton (7) Harris (23) Howard (12) W1 Okafor (21) Okafor (16) Felton (8) Nocioni (25) Sefolosha (10) L1 Richardson (35) Okafor (16) Wallace (10) Iguodala (33) Dalembert (14) W1 Wallace (23) Okafor (9) Felton/Wallace (8) Thomas (29) Thomas (13) L1 Wallace (25) Okafor (15) Felton (7) Martin/Miller (22) Miller (21) L2 Okafor (20) Okafor (18) Tied with (4) Ellis (21) Azubuike (7) L3 Richardson (38) Okafor (18) Felton (9) Anthony (25) Anthony (10) L4 Richardson (25) Okafor (13) McInnis (5) Barbosa (30) Stoudemire (11) Jefferson (23) Boone/Kidd (11) L5 Wallace (21) Okafor (17) Mohammed/Richardson (3) L6 Richardson (27) Okafor (9) McInnis/Richardson (5) Prince (21) McDyess (12) L7 Felton (29) Okafor (13) Felton (8) Bryant (31) Odom (10) W1 Felton (22) Okafor (21) Felton (7) J. Johnson (23) Horford (14) L1 Felton (19) Okafor (10) Felton/Richardson (4) Ginobili (18) Duncan (15) L2 Richardson (29) Okafor (7) Felton (10) Garcia (23) Miller (14) L3 Richardson (25) Okafor (13) Felton (9) Jamison (22) Jamison (9) L4 Carroll (19) Okafor (14) Felton (5) Robinson (22) Lee (14) L5 Richardson (30) Tied with (7) Felton (10) R. Allen (23) Garnett/Perkins (9) W1 Richardson (30) Okafor (15) Felton (8) Parker (24) Delfino/Parker (6) W2 Richardson (25) Okafor (11) Felton (10) Jefferson (18) Jefferson (11) W3 Richardson (42) Dudley (18) Felton (6) Ellis (32) Ellis (8) W4 Felton (23) Okafor (15) Felton (11) J. Johnson (20) Horford (11) W5 Richardson (34) Okafor (9) Felton (12) Jamison (30) Jamison (10) L1 Felton (21) Okafor (11) Felton (6) Nowitzki (26) Nowitzki (9) Mohammed/Okafor (9) Richardson (5) McGrady (30) Battier (9) L2 Richardson (28) L3 Richardson (33) Mohammed/Okafor (12) Felton (9) James (33) Wallace(15) L4 Anderson (17) Mohammed/Wallace (7) Boykins (5) Navarro (21) Miller (13) L5 Richardson (20) Richardson (10) Richardson (8) Murray (22) Murphy (13) W1 Wallace (26) Mohammed (14) Felton (10) Williams (19) Davis (9) L1 Richardson (26) JD/NM/JR (5) Felton (6) Boozer (28) Boozer (13) W1 Richardson (34) Okafor (11) Felton (10) Bryant (27) Odom (9) W2 Richardson (27) Okafor (9) Felton (6) Durant (18) Collison (10) W3 Okafor (21) Carroll (7) Felton (9) Outlaw (26) Pryzbilla (18) L1 Richardson (26) Okafor (12) Felton (10) Bosh (32) Nesterovic (11) L2 Richardson (31) Okafor (9) Felton (9) James (29) Ilgauskas/Varejao (12) W1 Richardson (27) Okafor (13) Boykins (8) Bosh/ Nesterovic (23) Nesterovic (10) L1 Okafor (17) Okafor (8) Felton (10) Powe (22) Powe (9) W1 Richardson (36) Mohammed (8) Felton (11) Jefferson (40) Jefferson (10) L1 Richardson (25) Richardson (10) Felton (8) Crawford (18) Lee/Randolph (11) W1 Richardson (26) Okafor (18) Felton (12) Granger (37) Foster (9) L1 Richardson (31) Okafor (15) Felton (8) Jefferson (28) Diop (7) W1 Richardson (29) Okafor (9) Felton (12) Green (27) Smith (9)

RECORDS

16,368 19,600 12,408 9,317 12,044 11,936 12,169 12,239 13,697 10,612 12,193 17,136 19,201 19,600 21,729 17,439 13,227 17,624 22,076 10,751 19,109 14,040 13,014 15,130 15,796 14,705 18,237 17,519 12,223 11,568 15,276 10,884 11,913 18,624 20,562 19,091 14,543 14,279 12,986 15,848 17,124 13,764 21,761 18,074 14,429 12,627 20,064 19,391 18,422 16,319 22,076 19,270 11,213 18,383 16,842 20,173 18,076 18,624 12,083 10,019 13,747 15,203 20,173 20,279 18,265 20,562 10,971 10,813 17,522 19,911 18,997 13,592 19,980 12,188 15,106 19,800 19,403 15,728 18,943 14,265 14,532 17,043

12-13 REVIEW

1-0 2-0 2-1 2-2 3-2 3-3 4-3 4-4 5-4 6-4 6-5 6-6 6-7 6-8 6-9 6-10 6-11 7-11 7-12 8-12 8-13 8-14 9-14 10-14 10-15 10-16 10 -17 10-18 11-18 11-19 11-20 11-21 12-21 13-21 13-22 13-23 14-23 15-23 15-24 16-24 16-25 16-26 17-26 17-27 18-27 18-28 18-29 18-30 18-31 18-32 18-33 18-34 19-34 19-35 19-36 19-37 19-38 19-39 20-39 21-39 22-39 23-39 24-39 24-40 24-41 24-42 24-43 24-44 25-44 25-45 26-45 27-45 28-45 28-46 28-47 29-47 29-48 30-48 30-49 31-49 31-50 32-50

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1 11/2 102- 99 MIL 2 11/4 90- 88 @MIA 3 11/6 83-115 PHX 4 11/7 63- 94 @PHI 5 11/9 96- 87 IND 6 11/11 82- 85 HOU 7 11/13 91- 76 MIA 8 11/14 109-117 @ATL 9 11/17 100- 84 SEA 10 11/19 101- 92 POR 11 11/21 *111-114 WAS 12 11/23 92-105 @ORL 13 11/24 95-96 BOS 14 11/27 90-110 @MIA 15 12/1 95-111 @CHI 16 12/3 79-98 @TOR 17 12/5 82-91 CHI 18 12/8 96-93 CLE 19 12/9 85-104 @DET 20 12/12 108-103 LAC 21 12/14 87-103 ORL 22 12/5 84- 93 @ATL 23 12/19 98-92 UTA 24 12/21 105- 95 NYK 25 12/ 22 99-103 @MIL 26 12/26 104-108 WAS 27 12/28 85-99 NOH 28 12/29 95-104 @ORL 29 12/31 *107-103 IND 30 1/2 97-109 CHI 31 1/4 96-102 @NJN 32 1/6 89- 93 MIL 33 1/8 115- 99 NJN 34 1/9 95- 83 @BOS 35 1/11 **106-113 @CLE 36 1/12 *100-103 DET 37 1/14 119-116 DEN 38 1/16 99-93 ORL 39 1/18 84-112 @NOH 40 1/19 105- 87 MEM 41 1/21 86- 95 SAS 42 1/23 95-102 DAL 43 1/25 90-77 @CHI 44 1/26 96-103 PHI 45 1/28 107-100 @LAC 46 1/30 91-105 @SAC 47 2/1 96-127 @GSW 48 2/2 101-117 @DEN 49 2/4 104-118 @PHX 50 2/8 90-104 NJN 51 2/10 87-113 @DET 52 2/11 97-106 LAL 53 2/13 *100-98 ATL 54 2/19 65-85 @SAS 55 2/22 *115-116 SAC 56 2/23 95-110 @WAS 57 2/27 89-113 @NYK 58 2/29 100-108 @BOS 59 3/2 110-98 TOR 60 3/ 109-89 @MIN 61 3/5 118-109 GSW 62 3/7 108-93 ATL 63 3/8 100-97 @WAS 64 3/12 93-118 @DAL 65 3/14 80-89 @HOU 66 3/16 91- 98 @CLE 67 3/17 80- 98 @MEM 68 3/19 95-102 @IND 69 3/22 94-82 MIA 70 3/25 106-128 @UTA 71 3/26 108-95 @LAL 72 3/28 96- 93 @SEA 73 3/29 93-85 @POR 74 3/31 100-104 TOR 75 4/2 114-118 CLE 76 4/4 105-100 @TOR 77 4/5 78-101 BOS 78 4/8 121-119 MIN 79 4/9 107-109 @NYK 80 4/12 107-103 @IND 81 4/15 *108-112 @NJN 82 4/16 115-109 PHI * Denotes number of overtime periods

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RECORD (32-50) Player G GS MIN FG FGA PCT 3FG FGA PCT FT FTA PCT OFF DEF TOT AST PF DQ STL TO BLK PTS AVG Richardson 82 82 3149 648 1468 .441 243 599 .406 249 331 .752 80 361 441 258 241 3 116 166 57 1788 21.8 Wallace 62 59 2376 408 908 .449 71 221 .321 313 428 .731 58 315 373 216 189 1 131 180 58 1200 19.4 Felton 79 79 2972 412 997 .413 56 200 .280 260 325 .800 37 199 236 583 184 0 96 213 12 1140 14.4 Okafor 82 82 2718 460 860 .535 0 0 --- 213 374 .570 255 621 876 70 241 3 62 164 138 1133 13.8 Carroll 80 18 2016 252 589 .428 105 241 .436 111 138 .804 33 193 226 73 187 0 46 58 19 720 9.0 Mohammed (TOT) 82 29 1650 272 528 .515 0 1 .000 95 163 .583 194 300 494 72 230 1 45 101 60 639 7.8 Mohammed (CHA) 61 29 1422 244 469 .520 0 0 --- 82 133 .617 165 256 421 66 194 1 38 90 52 570 9.3 Dudley 73 14 1384 163 348 .468 9 41 .220 87 118 .737 121 165 286 81 128 1 55 50 10 422 5.8 Boykins 36 0 577 61 172 .355 14 44 .318 49 59 .831 9 25 34 96 21 0 13 41 0 185 5.1 Anderson 28 0 396 47 125 .376 19 52 .365 28 38 .737 9 43 52 44 49 0 12 25 1 141 5.0 McInnis 54 26 1410 108 249 .434 3 19 .158 23 30 .767 16 80 96 220 120 0 23 76 3 242 4.5 Herrmann 17 0 174 25 65 .385 9 26 .346 9 10 .900 10 26 36 4 12 0 4 4 15 120 3.2 Davidson 38 2 322 51 125 .408 0 0 --- 18 28 .643 21 41 62 13 46 0 7 17 15 120 3.2 Hollins 60 1 532 46 94 .489 0 0 --- 55 82 .671 53 54 107 14 96 1 10 25 30 147 2.5 Harrington 22 0 166 18 42 .429 0 0 --- 10 16 .625 11 31 42 4 34 0 1 11 4 46 2.1 Brezec 20 18 267 17 43 .395 0 0 --- 3 5 .600 14 30 44 6 35 0 0 15 3 37 1.9 BOBCATS 82 – 19880 2960 6554 .452 529 1443 .367 1510 2115 .714 892 2440 3332 1748 1777 10 614 1204 402 7959 97.1 OPPONENTS 82 – 19880 3115 6684 .466 517 1456 .355 1571 2102 .747 999 2588 3587 1785 1721 16 625 1177 476 8318 101.4 SINGLE-GAME HIGHS AVERAGE PER GAME PLAYER MIN REB AST STL TO BLK PTS MIN REB AST STL TO BLK PTS Richardson 51 14 8 8 7 3 42 38.4 5.4 3.1 1.41 2.0 0.70 21.8 Wallace 55 14 10 7 8 5 40 38.3 6.0 3.5 2.11 2.9 0.94 19.4 Felton 55 7 15 4 6 1 29 37.6 3.0 7.4 1.22 2.7 0.15 14.4 Okafor 46 23 4 4 6 5 25 33.1 10.7 0.9 0.76 2.0 1.68 13.8 Carroll 46 11 4 4 3 2 23 25.2 2.8 0.9 0.58 0.7 0.24 9.0 Mohammed (TOT) 38 15 4 3 6 4 22 20.1 6.0 0.9 0.55 1.2 0.73 7.8 Mohammed (CHA) 38 15 4 3 6 4 22 23.3 6.9 1.1 0.62 1.5 0.85 9.3 Dudley 42 18 4 4 3 2 19 19.0 3.9 1.1 0.75 0.7 0.14 5.8 Boykin 33 4 8 2 4 0 15 16.0 0.9 2.7 0.36 1.1 0.00 5.1 Anderson 27 8 8 2 3 1 17 14.1 1.9 1.6 0.43 0.9 0.04 5.0 McInnis 41 7 9 3 5 1 13 26.1 1.8 4.1 0.43 1.4 0.06 4.5 Herrmann 33 6 1 2 2 0 16 10.2 2.1 0.2 0.24 0.2 0.00 4.0 Davidson 20 7 3 2 2 2 9 8.5 1.6 0.3 0.18 0.4 0.39 3.2 Hollins 25 7 2 2 2 3 11 8.9 1.8 0.2 0.17 0.4 0.50 2.5 Harrington 14 5 2 1 1 1 6 7.5 1.9 0.2 0.05 0.5 0.18 2.1 Brezec 26 5 1 0 3 1 7 13.4 2.2 0.3 0.00 0.8 0.15 1.9 BOBCATS 290 60 34 15 29 11 121 242.4 40.6 21.3 7.49 14.7 4.90 97.1 OPPONENTS 290 63 34 17 27 11 128 242.4 43.7 21.8 7.62 14.4 5.80 101.4

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CAREER HIGHS (C=SET, T=TIED THIS SEASON) FG FGA FT FTA REB AST PTS 18 32C 12C 14 14T 8T 44 17 30C 16C 22C 17 10C 42 13 24 13C 16C 8 19 31 13 26 13 18C 25 5 30 11 19 11 12 11C 5 27 14 21 10 11 20 4C 30 8C 14C 13 23 14 23 14 25 12 19 4C 10C 5C 8C 11 20 13 24 51 112 50C 100

8C 12C 15 16 16 17 8 10 5 5 4C 6C 6C 8C 13 14 8 9 43 52 38 50

18C 7 14 12 10 7C 7C 20 18 64 63T

4C 13 14 15 4 3C 2C 5 4 39 40

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BBALL OPS PLAYERS

Home: 20-21

Pos. G/F G C G G F/C F C G F G F F/C C F

Wt. 220 195 252 212 198 235 225 230 170 266 190 205 252 255 215

Player Alan Anderson Derek Anderson Primoz Brezec Matt Carroll Raymond Felton Othella Harrington Walter Herrmann Ryan Hollins Brevin Knight Sean May Jeff McInnis Adam Morrison Emeka Okafor Jake Voskuhl Gerald Wallace

Ht. 6-6 6-5 7-1 6-6 6-1 6-9 6-9 7-0 5-10 6-9 6-4 6-8 6-10 6-11 6-7

Road: 13-28 Birthdate 10/16/82 7/18/74 10/2/79 8/28/80 6/26/84 1/31/74 6/26/79 10/10/84 11/8/75 4/4/84 10/22/74 7/19/84 9/28/82 11/1/77 7/23/82

Overtime: 5-5 Prior to NBA/Home Country Michigan State Kentucky Slovenia Notre Dame North Carolina Georgetown Argentina UCLA Stanford North Carolina North Carolina Gonzaga Connecticut Connecticut Alabama

Yrs Pro 1 9 5 3 1 10 R R 9 1 9 R 2 6 5

Conference Records

Records By Month

Overall Home Road Overtime Eastern: 24-28 15-11 9-17 2-3 Western: 9-21 5-10 4-11 3-2

Overall Home Road Overtime November: 4-11 2-5 2-6 1-1 December: 5-10 4-5 1-5 1-1 January: 8-7 3-4 5-3 1-0 February: 5-8 4-2 1-6 0-1 March: 6-9 5-3 1-6 1-2 April: 5-4 2-2 3-2 1-0

Division Records

Playoff Results: None NBA Honors: Adam Morrison, Second Team All-Rookie; Walter Herrmann, Second Team All-Rookie; Adam Morrison, Eastern Conference Rookie of the Month (November 2006); Walter Herrmann, Eastern Conference Rookie of the Month (April 2007); Gerald Wallace, Eastern Conference Player of the Week (March 25, 2007; April 8, 2007)

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Overall Home Road Overtime Atlantic: 7-11 4-5 3-6 0-3 Central: 8-10 5-4 3-6 1-0 Southeast: 9-7 6-2 3-5 1-0 Northwest: 3-7 1-4 2-3 0-1 Pacific: 4-6 3-2 1-4 2-1 Southwest: 2-8 1-4 1-4 1-0

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Head Athletic Trainer: Joe Sharpe Strength & Conditioning Coach: Mark Coffelt Assistant Athletic Trainer/Equipment Manager: Dennis Williams

HISTORY

General Manager & Head Coach: Bernie Bickerstaff Assistant Coaches: John-Blair Bickerstaff, Jeff Capel, Gary Kloppenburg, John Outlaw

PLAYOFFS

Record: 33-49

No. 15 23 7 13 20 24 5 1 22 42 0 35 50 43 3

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Front Row (L-R): Brevin Knight, Raymond Felton, Jeff McInnis, Assistant Coach Gary Kloppenberg, Assistant Coach Jeff Capel, Head Coach Bernie Bickerstaff, Assistant Coach J.B. Bickerstaff, Assistant Coach John Outlaw, Derek Anderson, Matt Carroll, Alan Anderson; Back Row (L-R): Locker Room Attendant James McCullough, Video Coordinator Drew Perry, Head Athletic Trainer Joe Sharpe, Gerald Wallace, Othella Harrington, Walter Herrmann, Jake Voskuhl, Ryan Anderson, Primoz Brezec, Emeka Okafor, Sean May, Adam Morrison, Facility Manager Tim Burke, Strength & Conditioning Coach Mark Coffelt, Assistant Athletic Trainer Dennis Williams.

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G Date Score Opp W/L Record Atten. Streak 1 11/1 99-106 IND 2 11/3 83-96 @MEM 3 11/4 92-88 CLE 4 11/8 *108-110 @ BOS 5 11/10 85-99 SEA 6 11/12 101-108 DEN 7 11/14 85-94 @NOK 8 11/15 95-92 @SA 9 11/18 83-97 @ORL 10 11/20 85-93 DAL 11 11/22 92-83 BOS 12 11/24 95-104 @DET 13 11/25 93-102 MIA 14 11/28 96-92 @NJ 15 11/29 90-99 @ATL 16 12/1 109-121 @WAS 17 12/3 97-89 DET 18 12/6 76-96 SA 19 12/8 62-92 HOU 20 12/10 84-114 PHO 21 12/13 101-104 @CLE 22 12/14 99-89 ORL 23 12/16 100-106 BOS 24 12/20 **109-111 @NY 25 12/22 101-89 UTA 26 12/23 76-115 @CHI 27 12/26 84-97 @DAL 28 12/27 107-114 WAS 29 12/29 ***133-124 LAL 30 12/30 113-102 @IND 31 1/1 96-102 MIN 32 1/5 74-106 ORL 33 1/10 103-96 @DET 34 1/12 126-110 @NY 35 1/13 89-83 PHI 36 1/15 91-99 MIL 37 1/17 85-92 NJ 38 1/19 96-75 @ATL 39 1/20 104-85 ATL 40 1/22 84-105 @TOR 41 1/24 92-103 DET 42 1/26 106-97 @LAL 43 1/27 105-131 @GS 44 1/29 105-101 @DEN 45 1/31 104-87 NY 46 2/2 81-101 @CLE 47 2/3 98-90 GS 48 2/5 93-113 @MIA 49 2/7 83-92 @PHI 50 2/9 100-108 POR 51 2/10 83-104 @HOU 52 2/14 100-85 CHI 53 2/20 104-100 NOK 54 2/21 100-95 @MIN 55 2/23 102-87 PHI 56 2/24 76-93 TOR 57 2/26 93-100 @LAC 58 2/28 120-135 @SAC 59 3/1 90-127 @POR 60 3/4 89-96 @SEA 61 3/5 95-120 @UTA 62 3/7 *106-115 @PHO 63 3/10 107-115 MEM 64 3/12 119-108 ORL 65 3/14 111-108 SAC 66 3/16 93-102 LAC 67 3/17 91-97 @MIL 68 3/20 *108-100 CLE 69 3/21 92-84 @BOS 70 3/23 97-106 @PHI 71 3/24 *107-113 NJ 72 3/28 101-87 ATL 73 3/30 97-81 MIL 74 4/1 94-107 @TOR 75 4/3 122-102 WAS 76 4/4 108-100 @WAS 77 4/6 102-112 IND 78 4/8 *111-103 @MIA 79 4/10 92-82 MIA 80 4/13 81-100 @CHI 81 4/14 113-92 @MIL 82 4/18 93-94 NY * Denotes number of overtime periods

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18,518 13,787 19,147 15,183 13,515 13,203 16,623 18,797 17,451 13,237 14,129 22,076 19,403 14,531 13,296 18,853 13,272 14,066 14, 414 13,571 20,562 17,751 15,109 17,462 14,310 22,093 20,423 17,221 19,561 17,305 14,827 17,154 22,076 19,171 15,081 14,360 13,077 10,147 16,781 13,997 15,148 18,997 17,381 15,898 13,985 20,562 15,171 19,600 11,027 15,013 18,061 14,908 13,007 16,576 15,781 17,091 18,442 17,317 15,063 15,574 19,911 18,422 17,106 13,762 12,848 17,103 16,674 17,043 14,743 17,104 18,180 14,470 14,739 19,023 14,345 15,292 18,939 19,600 17,105 22,340 17,976 17,223

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L1 Okafor (19) Okafor (13) L2 Morrison (21) Okafor (8) W1 Felton (23) May (9) L1 Okafor (28) Okafor (18) L2 Okafor (20) Okafor (15) L3 Okafor (22) Okafor (15) L4 Okafor (25) Okafor (16) W1 Morrison (27) Okafor (9) L1 Okafor (26) Okafor (9) L2 Okafor (22) Okafor (13) W1 Morrison (26) Okafor (13) L1 Okafor (23) Okafor (12) L2 Morrison (27) Wallace/Okafor (11) W1 Morrison (22) Okafor/May (7) L1 May/Felton (21) May (17) L2 Morrison (23) Okafor (13) W1 Okafor (18) Wallace (10) L1 May (18) Okafor (9) L2 Felton (16) Three tied (6) L3 May (26) May (10) L4 Morrison (16) May (13) W1 May (32) Okafor (11) L1 Wallace (31) Okafor (19) L2 Wallace (28) Okafor (13) W1 Okafor (21) Brezec (11) L1 Ely (13) Okafor (12) L2 Morrison (17) Okafor (7) L3 Wallace (40) Wallace (14) W1 Wallace (28) Okafor (25) W2 Morrison (30) Okafor (14) L1 Carroll (23) Okafor (14) L2 Carroll (19) Brezec (12) W1 Felton (18) Okafor (10) W2 Anderson (29) Okafor/May (9) W3 Morrison (17) May (10) L1 Carroll (22) Okafor (12) L2 Felton (18) Okafor (21) W1 Okafor (22) Wallace (15) W2 Carroll (22) Okafor (7) L1 Wallace/Felton (19) Wallace (9) L2 Wallace (29) Okafor (16) W1 Carroll (24) Okafor (18) L1 Morrison (21) Okafor (12) W1 Wallace (25) Wallace (13) W2 Wallace (42) Okafor (15) L1 Wallace (16) Okafor (7) W1 Felton (22) Wallace (16) L1 Felton (20) Okafor (11) L2 Wallace/Okafor (16) Three tied (8) L3 Wallace (30) Wallace (15) L4 Felton (16) Okafor (12) W1 Wallace (32) Okafor (21) W2 Wallace/Felton (21) Okafor (15) W3 Morrison (26) Okafor (19) W4 Three tied (19) Okafor (16) L1 Carroll/Morrison (13) Okafor (12) L2 Wallace (20) Wallace (12) L3 Wallace (31) Wallace (6) L4 Carroll (20) Voskuhl/Herrmann (5) L5 Wallace (19) Wallace (9) L6 Wallace (33) Voskuhl (5) L7 Wallace/Morrison (22) Wallace (15) L8 Wallace/Felton (24) Wallace (17) W1 Anderson (24) Three tied (5) W2 Carroll (22) Voskuhl (13) L1 Felton (18) Voskuhl (9) L2 Wallace (20) Wallace (13) W1 Wallace (27) Wallace (11) W2 Felton (19) Wallace (8) L1 Wallace (21) Morrison (5) L2 Herrmann (20) Herrmann (7) W1 Wallace (31) Wallace (9) W2 Wallace (24) Wallace (13) L1 Herrmann (22) Herrmann (8) W1 Wallace (34) Wallace (14) W2 Wallace (27) Wallace (12) L1 Wallace (29) Wallace/Okafor (9) W1 Wallace (30) Wallace/Okafor (8) W2 Wallace (24) Wallace/Okafor (10) L1 Herrmann (14) Okafor (11) W1 Herrmann (30) Herrmann (9) L1 Herrmann (22) Okafor (8)

Charlotte High Assist

Opponent Opponent High Scorer High Rebounder

Knight (7) O’Neal/Jasikevicius (20) Foster (11) Felton (8) Miller (27) Roberts (11) Knight (7) Gooden (21) Gooden (16) Knight (7) Szczerbiak/Pierce (35) Pierce (13) Knight (7) Allen (26) Collison (15) Knight (7) Anthony (36) Camby (11) Felton (5) Stojakovic (42) Chandler (15) Knight (9) Parker (25) Duncan (13) Felton (10) Howard (24) Howard (21) Knight/Wallace (5) Nowitzki (24) Dampier (15) Felton (9) Pierce (28) Pierce (14) Knight (9) Hamilton (26) Wallace (9) Knight (8) Wade (35) Wright (14) Three tied (5) Carter (25) Kidd (10) Felton (7) Johnson (36) Pachulia/Smith (13) Knight (9) Arenas (33) Jamison (8) Knight (14) Wallace (19) Wallace (8) Felton (9) Duncan (25) Elson/Finley (6) Felton (6) McGrady (23) Mutombo (10) Felton (9) Stoudemire (22) Stoudemire/Thomas (12) Knight (14) James (22) Varejao (10) Knight (7) Dooling (20) Howard (12) Felton (6) Pierce (35) Pierce (11) Felton (16) Frye (30) Lee (19) Felton (12) Boozer (22) Boozer (14) Felton (9) Gordon (23) Nocioni (11) Felton (9) Howard (27) Dampier (10) Felton (8) Arenas (39) Jamison (11) Felton (15) Bryant (58) Brown (15) Felton (19) O’Neal (27) O’Neal (12) Felton (9) Garnett (32) Garnett (14) Felton (7) Howard (22) Howard (12) Felton (7) Hamilton (23) Maxiell (7) Felton (14) Marbury (28) Richardson (13) Felton (9) Green (19) Dalembert (15) Felton (9) Boykins (30) Bogut (11) Morrison (7) Carter (26) Moore (8) Anderson (5) Johnson (19) Johnson (6) McInnis (9) Johnson (22) Three tied (5) Felton (8) Bosh (20) Graham (9) Felton (8) Hamilton (22) Webber (6) McInnis (6) Bryant (32) Bynum (16) McInnis (8) Harrington (28) Barnes (8) Felton (11) Iverson (31) Camby (10) Felton (10) Crawford (28) Lee (13) Felton/McInnis (4) James (18) Varejao (13) Wallace/McInnis (6) Davis (21) Biedrins (18) Felton/McInnis (7) Wade (27) Haslem (8) Felton (10) Iguodala (27) Dalembert (13) Felton (8) Randolph (40) Randolph (9) Three tied (5) Head (17) Mutombo (14) Felton (9) Gordon (20) Deng/Wallace (9) Felton (11) Paul (20) Chandler (20) Felton (7) Garnett (22) Garnett (11) Felton (7) Korver (21) Dalembert (8) Felton (5) Bosh (24) Bargnani/Bosh (11) Felton (7) Maggette (25) Brand (12) Wallace (9) Martin (36) Three tied (5) Knight (4) Aldridge (30) Roy (8) Morrison (5) Allen (34) Collison (10) McInnis (5) Okur (32) Boozer/Okur (9) Knight (9) Barbosa (32) Marion (11) Knight (7) Gasol (31) Gasol (15) Anderson (10) Howard (26) Howard (11) Felton (8) Martin (26) Martin/Miller (7) Felton/Wallace (5) Thomas (24) Brand (10) McInnis (8) Redd (27) Skinner (12) Felton (6) James (37) Ilgauskas/Varejao (9) Knight (8) Pierce (23) Jefferson/Perkins (11) Wallace (7) Miller (19) Hunter (9) Knight (8) Carter (40) Kidd (10) Felton (10) Smith (25) Smith (15) Felton (11) Patterson (14) Skinner (9) Knight (7) Bosh (24) Bosh (16) Felton (14) Arenas (33) Thomas (14) Wallace (8) Jamison (25) Jamison (11) Felton (7) Granger (32) Dunleavy (14) Knight (7) Mourning (20) O’Neal (9) Knight (8) Walker (17) Walker (9) Knight (5) Gordon (20) Wallace (12) McInnis (11) Williams (16) Gadzuric (14) Knight (13) Curry (28) Rose (15)


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PLAYOFFS HISTORY NBA

8 14 7C 8T 14 6 21 2C 5C 4C 6C 4C 1C 8C 51C 112C 43 52T 64C 39C 133C 49C 100C 38C 50C 63C 40 136

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CAREER HIGHS (C=SET, T=TIED THIS SEASON) FG FGA FT FTA REB AST PTS 17T 27C 14 17T 17C 9C 42C 13T 26 13 16 25C 5C 30 13 24C 11C 13T 8T 19C 31 11C 19C 11 12 9T 5C 27C 10C 17C 14C 17C 17C 6C 32C 12C 23C 10C 11C 7C 7C 30C 12C 19C 5C 5C 10C 3C 30C 11 24 12 15 9 20 31 14 23 16 17 14 14 35 10C 16 5C 6C 8T 4T 24C 13 24 8 9 18 4 27 9 13 8T 11 16 4T 20 14 25 8 10 12 15 33

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SINGLE-GAME HIGHS AVERAGE PER GAME PLAYER MIN REB AST STL TO BLK PTS MIN REB AST STL TO BLK PTS Wallace 49 17 9 6 7 5 42 36.7 7.2 2.6 2.00 2.2 0.96 18.1 Okafor 51 25 5 5 6 10 28 34.8 11.3 1.2 0.85 1.7 2.57 14.4 Felton 57 8 19 4 9 2 24 36.3 3.4 7.0 1.51 2.9 0.13 14.0 Carroll 48 9 5 3 3 1 27 26.1 2.9 1.3 0.74 1.0 0.13 12.1 May 39 17 6 3 4 3 32 23.9 6.7 1.9 0.54 1.6 0.69 11.9 Morrison 48 7 7 3 5 1 30 29.8 2.9 2.1 0.36 1.7 0.08 11.8 Herrmann 44 10 3 2 3 1 30 19.5 2.9 0.5 0.35 0.7 0.15 9.2 Knight 45 8 14 4 7 1 22 28.3 2.6 6.6 1.49 2.1 0.07 9.1 D. Anderson 40 5 10 5 4 2 29 23.8 2.3 2.7 1.04 1.1 0.14 8.0 A. Anderson 35 8 4 2 5 0 24 15.1 1.9 1.2 0.41 1.3 0.00 5.8 Brezec 34 12 3 1 3 2 21 14.4 3.2 0.4 0.19 0.7 0.40 5.0 Voskuhl 37 13 4 4 5 3 14 14.3 3.5 0.6 0.41 0.8 0.33 4.4 McInnis (TOT) 42 6 11 3 4 0 17 18.5 1.6 3.3 0.37 1.1 0.00 4.3 McInnis (CHA) 42 6 11 3 4 0 17 18.5 1.6 3.3 0.37 1.1 0.00 4.3 Ely 23 5 2 1 3 2 13 10.2 1.6 0.6 0.08 1.0 0.25 2.9 Harrington 19 4 1 1 2 1 10 8.5 1.5 0.2 0.04 0.6 0.04 2.6 Williams (TOT) 18 4 2 1 2 0 14 5.8 0.8 0.3 0.14 0.3 0.00 2.6 Williams (CHA) 12 1 1 1 1 0 5 6.6 0.6 0.2 0.20 0.4 0.00 2.4 Robinson 27 8 3 2 3 1 11 11.5 2.0 0.8 0.62 0.8 0.05 2.4 Hollins 23 4 1 1 3 2 8 6.9 1.1 0.0 0.15 0.6 0.26 2.4 BOBCATS 315 64 39 20 29 15 133 244.0 39.8 22.4 7.78 14.9 4.50 96.9 OPPONENTS 315 63 35 20 26 12 135 244.0 42.6 20.9 7.35 15.8 5.33 100.6

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Player G GS MIN FG FGA PCT 3FG FGA PCT FT FTA PCT OFF DEF TOT AST PF DQ STL TO BLK PTS AVG Wallace 72 71 2640 478 952 .502 39 120 .325 309 447 .691 142 376 518 185 209 3 144 160 69 1304 18.1 Okafor 67 65 2329 394 740 .532 0 0 --- 175 295 .593 258 499 757 80 210 4 57 111 172 963 14.4 Felton 78 75 2832 393 1024 .384 103 312 .330 204 256 .797 51 216 267 545 180 1 118 230 10 1093 14.0 Carroll 72 47 1878 285 658 .433 111 267 .416 188 208 .904 35 172 207 91 176 1 53 73 9 869 12.1 May 35 8 838 164 328 .500 2 3 .667 86 112 .768 73 160 233 66 100 0 19 56 24 416 11.9 Morrison 78 23 2326 355 944 .376 87 258 .337 120 169 .710 54 176 230 163 179 0 28 130 6 917 11.8 Herrmann 48 12 936 174 330 .527 53 115 .461 41 53 .774 28 111 139 26 76 0 17 32 7 442 9.2 Knight 45 25 1273 152 363 .419 1 18 .056 103 128 .805 14 101 115 296 113 2 67 95 3 408 9.1 D. Anderson 50 32 1190 126 294 .429 54 152 .355 93 106 .877 29 84 113 133 115 1 52 56 7 399 8.0 A. Anderson 17 0 256 37 81 .457 5 20 .250 19 23 .826 11 21 32 21 33 0 7 22 0 98 5.8 Brezec 58 40 838 122 274 .445 1 3 .333 43 68 .632 80 104 184 23 161 3 11 38 23 288 5.0 Voskuhl 73 9 1043 121 255 .475 0 0 --- 77 113 .681 84 172 256 44 199 2 30 56 24 319 4.4 McInnis (TOT) 38 3 702 71 181 .392 1 8 .125 22 32 .688 14 48 62 124 72 0 14 42 0 165 4.3 McInnis (CHA) 38 3 702 71 181 .392 1 8 .125 22 32 .688 14 48 62 124 72 0 14 42 0 165 4.3 Ely 24 0 244 23 60 .383 0 0 --- 24 35 .686 12 27 39 14 39 0 2 23 6 70 2.9 Harrington 26 0 220 25 56 .446 0 0 --- 17 22 .773 13 25 38 6 49 0 1 15 1 67 2.6 Williams (TOT) 21 0 121 19 47 .404 8 19 .421 8 14 .571 3 14 17 7 12 0 3 7 0 54 2.6 Williams (CHA) 5 0 33 4 13 .308 0 2 .000 4 7 .571 2 1 3 1 6 0 1 2 0 12 2.4 Robinson 21 0 241 16 54 .296 0 2 .000 19 22 .864 9 33 42 17 28 0 13 16 1 51 2.4 Hollins 27 0 185 20 36 .556 0 0 --- 24 40 .600 11 20 31 1 40 1 4 16 7 64 2.4 BOBCATS 82 - 20005 2960 6643 .446 457 1280 .357 1568 2136 .734 920 2346 3266 1836 1985 18 638 1224 369 7945 96.9 OPPONENTS 82 - 20005 2999 6450 .465 452 1245 .363 1802 2404 .750 929 2562 3491 1717 1786 8 603 1296 437 8252 100.6

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Front Row (L-R): Assistant Coach Gary Kloppenberg, Assistant Coach Gary Brokaw, Head Coach Bernie Bickerstaff, Assistant Coach J.B. Bickerstaff, Assistant Coach Jeff Capel, Assistant Coach John Outlaw; Back Row (L-R): Bernard Robinson, Matt Carroll, Kevin Burleson, Brevin Knight, Raymond Felton, Kareem Rush, Alan Anderson; Back Row (L-R): Jake Voskuhl, Melvin Ely, Lonny Baxter, Sean May, Gerald Wallace, Jumaine Jones, Emeka Okafor, Primoz Brezec.

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Record: 26-56

No. 15 35 7 12 13 2 20 33 22 42 50 21 43 3

Pos. G/F F C G G F/C G F G F F/C F C F

Player Alan Anderson Lonny Baxter Primoz Brezec Kevin Burleson Matt Carroll Melvin Ely Raymond Felton Jumaine Jones Brevin Knight Sean May Emeka Okafor Bernard Robinson Jake Voskuhl Gerald Wallace

Home: 17-24

Ht. 6-6 6-8 7-1 6-3 6-6 6-10 6-1 6-8 5-10 6-9 6-10 6-6 6-11 6-7

MISC.

Road: 9-32 Birthdate 10/16/82 1/27/79 10/2/79 9/4/79 8/28/80 5/2/78 6/26/84 2/10/79 11/8/75 4/4/84 9/28/82 12/26/80 11/1/77 7/23/82

Overtime: 4-4 College Michigan State Maryland Slovenia Minnesota Notre Dame Fresno State North Carolina Georgia Stanford North Carolina Connecticut Michigan Connecticut Alabama

Yrs Pro R 3 4 R 2 3 R 6 8 R 1 1 5 4

General Manager & Head Coach: Bernie Bickerstaff Assistant Coaches: John-Blair Bickerstaff, Gary Brokaw, Jeff Capel, Gary Kloppenburg, John Outlaw

Head Athletic Trainer: Joe Sharpe Strength & Conditioning Coach: Mark Coffelt Assistant Athletic Trainer/Equipment Manager: Keith Garnett

Conference Records

Records By Month

Overall Home Road Overtime Eastern: 18-34 11-15 7-19 2-3 Western: 8-22 6-9 2-13 2-1

Overall Home Road Overtime November: 5-11 4-3 1-8 1-2 December: 5-9 2-6 3-3 1-0 January: 1-15 1-5 0-10 1-0 February: 4-8 3-4 1-4 0-0 March: 5-10 4-4 1-6 0-2 April: 6-3 3-2 3-1 1-0

Division Records

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Wt. 220 260 252 205 212 261 198 218 170 266 252 210 255 215

Overall Home Road Overtime Atlantic: 9-9 5-4 4-5 1-0 Central: 4-14 3-6 1-8 1-2 Southeast: 5-11 3-5 2-6 0-1 Northwest: 4-6 2-3 2-3 0-1 Pacific: 3-7 3-2 0-5 1-0 Southwest: 1-9 1-4 0-5 1-0

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Playoff Results: None NBA Honors: Raymond Felton, Second Team All-Rookie; Raymond Felton, Eastern Conference Rookie of the Month (February 2006, March 2006, April 2006); Gerald Wallace, Eastern Conference Player of the Week (November 28, 2005)


history 2005-06 Game-by-game Charlotte Charlotte High Scorer High Rebounder

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Duhon (10) Webber (7) RD/KP (10) Ostertag (13) Duncan (10) Nowitzki (16) Haslem (11) Howard (20) O’Neal (8) O’Neal (18) Garnett (11) CF/QR(6) LaFrentz (10) Jamison (12) Abdur-Rahim (9) Evans (13) AF/TM (12) Odom (10) JK/NK (8) Webber (10) Bosh (11) Anthony (8) Carter (11) B. Wallace (13) Miller (12) Chandler (8) Kaman (22) Pachulia (13) Chandler (9) Marion (13) DM/DW (9) MB/PP (8) TB/DH (12) Howard (12) Peterson (11) Bogut (17) B. Wallace (13) West (11) Johnson (10) Howard (21) Magloire (22) Duncan (9) Baxter (11) Fitch (8) Jamison (13) Gooden (12) Johnson (11) KB/CM (9) Evans (9) Webber (12) CB/MP (10) Magloire (9) DM/ZR (9) Jefferson (10) Camby (12) Miles (8) Marion (24) Brand (10) Boozer (9) Dampier (14) Haslem (13) Murphy (14) Lee (12) B. Wallace (15) Jamison (16) Jamison (12) R. Wallace (7) Howard (15) James (11) O’Neal (9) Gasol (15) Smith (14) Nocioni (11) James (12) Garnett (22) Jefferson (11) Graham (9) Battier (8) Smith (10) DG/JO (8) Woods (7) Iguodala (8)

NBA

Duhon (18) Iverson (29) Pierce (32) Okur (31) Duncan (29) Nowitzki (23) Williams (22) Howard (21) Artest (27) O’Neal (29) Garnett (19) Marbury (21) Pierce (27) Jamison (20) Bibby (25) Allen (32) Richardson (22) Bryant (29) Carter (23) Iverson (43) Bosh (30) Anthony (42) Jefferson (25) Billups (21) Abdur-Rahim (32) CD/OH (16) Brand (38) Harrington (19) Deng (18) House (26) Paul (24) Pierce (31) Howard (19) Howard (28) Bosh (29) Redd (26) Hamilton (19) Paul (24) Johnson (27) Turkoglu (24) Redd (35) Udrih (17) McGrady (29) O’Neal (23) Arenas (34) James (30) Harrington (19) Bryant (35) Allen (31) AI/KK (20) Villanueva (24) Redd (18) Randolph (21) Jefferson (25) Anthony (24) Patterson (25) Marion (31) Brand (35) Harpring (22) Nowitzki (26) O’Neal (35) Richardson (27) J. Rose (23) Hamilton (24) Jamison (35) Arenas (34) Hamilton (23) Turkoglu (24) James (37) Wade (24) Gasol (33) Johnson (35) Nocioni (24) James (35) Garnett (24) Jefferson (40) James (32) E. Jones (16) Johnson (35) O’Neal (30) Crawford (24) Salmons (19)

HISTORY

Knight (7) Knight (15) Knight (7) Felton (10) Knight (8) Knight (5) May (5) Knight (9) Felton (10) Knight (14) Knight/Felton (5) Knight (11) Knight (8) Knight (9) Knight (9) Knight (11) Knight (9) Knight (8) Knight (5) Knight/Felton (9) Knight (12) Knight (16) Knight (7) Knight (8) Felton (9) Knight (10) BK/RF (7) Knight (5) Robinson (4) Knight (10) Knight/Wallace (4) Knight (12) Knight (6) Knight (18) Felton (4) Felton (6) Knight (5) Felton (7) Knight (15) Knight (7) Knight (15) Burleson (7) Knight (7) Felton (11) Felton (13) Knight (14) Knight (10) Knight (10) Knight/Felton (9) Robinson (5) Rush (4) Felton (8) Knight (9) Felton (5) Felton (11) Knight (13) Knight (14) Knight (17) Knight (10) Felton (6) Knight (11) Knight (10) Knight (15) Knight (10) Knight (8) Knight (8) Knight (8) Felton (13) Felton (10) Knight (6) Knight (16) Knight (12) Felton (10) Knight (7) Knight/Felton (8) Felton (7) Felton (12) Felton (13) Felton (8) Felton (13) Felton (14) Felton (9)

PLAYOFFS

Wallace (28) Ely (15) Okafor (24) Okafor (11) Wallace (25) Okafor (12) May/Brezec (13) Okafor (11) Wallace (15) Okafor/Brezec (7) Ely (14) Rush (8) May (18) May (5) Bogans (18) May (10) Rush (35) Okafor (12) Rush (20) Okafor (10) Felton (15) Okafor (10) Wallace (24) Okafor (11) Knight/Wallace (17) Okafor (11) Wallace (26) Okafor (17) Rush (15) Brezec (12) Brezec (21) Okafor (13) Knight/Okafor (19) Brezec (11) Ely (20) Okafor (12) Knight (23) Okafor (9) Okafor/Rush (15) Ely (7) Knight (20) Wallace (14) Okafor (17) Okafor (12) Knight (25) Okafor (13) Brezec (17) Okafor (13) Brezec (26) Okafor (12) Felton (21) Brezec (10) Knight (21) Brezec/Robinson (6) Knight (22) Three tied (7) Ely (20) Brezec (14) Bogans (18) Wallace (9) Knight (19) Robinson (12) Jones (21) Jones/Wallace (9) Bogans (22) Wallace (10) Wallace (26) Wallace (14) Jones (17) Brezec (8) Wallace (21) Wallace (15) Brezec (18) Wallace (8) Wallace (19) Robinson (9) Three tied (15) Wallace (9) Bogans (19) Voskuhl/Wallace (7) Brezec (21) Brezec (11) Jones (15) Jones (9) Carroll (19) Brezec (8) Carroll (20) Brezec (12) Brezec (27) Brezec (12) Anderson (14) Voskuhl (12) Felton (20) Three tied (7) Jones (31) Jones (9) Felton (24) Jones/Knight (7) Ely (19) Jones (14) Carroll (26) Ely (9) Ely (21) Carroll/Ely (7) Felton (16) Jones/Robinson (9) Knight (28) Ely (9) Felton (14) Jones/Rush (7) Rush (28) Carroll (8) Felton (31) Brezec/Wallace (9) Jones (17) Wallace (16) Knight/Wallace (19) Brezec/Jones (6) Wallace (14) Wallace (8) Wallace (26) Wallace (15) Jones (29) Brezec/Wallace (7) Jones (28) Wallace (12) Ely (15) Jones (11) Jones (18) Brezec (9) Jones (25) Voskuhl (10) Brezec (20) Brezec/Voskuhl (7) Wallace (27) Robinson (13) Felton (30) Robinson (14) Felton (23) Three tied (5) Wallace (25) Brezec (8) Wallace (41) Jones (9) Jones (28) Wallace (12) Felton (20) Wallace (9) Knight (24) Wallace (9) Felton (20) Ely (8) Knight (19) Wallace (14) Wallace (17) Three tied (9) Felton (27) Anderson/Wallace (6) Brezec (18) Carroll/Ely (9) Anderson (18) Voskuhl (9) Carroll (24) Wallace (9)

RECORDS

L1 W1 W2 L1 L2 L3 L4 L5 W1 L1 L-2 W1 L1 W1 L1 L2 L3 L4 L5 L6 L7 L8 W1 L1 W1 W2 L1 W1 W2 L1 L2 L3 L4 W1 L1 L2 L3 L4 L5 L6 L7 L8 L9 L10 L11 L12 L13 W1 W2 W3 L1 L2 L3 L4 L5 W1 L1 L2 W1 L1 L2 W1 W2 L1 L2 L3 L4 W1 L1 L2 L3 W1 L1 L2 W1 L1 W1 L1 W1 W2 W3 W4

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19,251 14,654 19,026 14,872 17,237 18,130 19,600 12,312 15,878 15,793 15,892 16,825 18,624 17,791 17,317 15,416 18,240 18,506 14,622 14,793 15,163 13,288 13,363 19,026 14,155 21,768 16,799 17,219 17,456 18,201 17,683 14,202 16,059 14,738 14,098 15,212 22,076 15,303 14,520 16,847 16,739 16,797 10,938 19,026 20,173 17,142 14,411 19,026 13,202 15,418 17,472 17,664 13,466 15,766 16,701 12,585 18,422 15,273 18,177 20,075 17,165 14,039 19,026 22,076 13,721 13,841 19,026 15,613 18,550 20,146 17,328 14,762 16,607 18,491 14,214 16,756 17,679 16,439 18,729 17,384 19,763 19,026

PLAYERS

0-1 1-1 2-1 2-2 2-3 2-4 2-5 2-6 3-6 3-7 3-8 4-8 4-9 5-9 5-10 5-11 5-12 5-13 5-14 5-15 5-16 5-17 6-17 6-18 7-18 8-18 8-19 9-19 10-19 10-20 10-21 10-22 10-23 11-23 11-24 11-25 11-26 11-27 11-28 11-29 11-30 11-31 11-32 11-33 11-34 11-35 11-36 12-36 13-36 14-36 14-37 14-38 14-39 14-40 14-41 15-41 15-42 15-43 16-43 16-44 16-45 17-45 18-45 18-46 18-47 18-48 18-49 19-49 19-50 19-51 19-52 20-52 20-53 20-54 21-54 21-55 22-55 22-56 23-56 24-56 25-56 26-56

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1 11/2 *105-109 @CHI L 2 11/4 110-93 @PHI W 3 11/5 *107-105 BOS W 4 11/7 *91-95 UTA L 5 11/9 86-94 SAS L 6 11/11 88-98 DAL L 7 11/12 99-103 @MIA L 8 11/15 77-85 @ORL L 9 11/16 122-90 IND W 10 11/18 85-93 @IND L 11 11/19 89-102 @MIN L 12 11/23 108-95 NYK W 13 11/25 89-90 @BOS L 14 11/26 100-82 WAS W 15 11/29 92-110 @SAC L 16 11/30 94-104 @SEA L 17 12/2 100-107 @GSW L 18 12/4 98-99 @LAL L 19 12/7 84-97 NJN L 20 12/9 115-119 @PHI L 21 12/10 103-111 TOR L 22 12/13 85-101 DEN L 23 12/14 91-83 @NJN W 24 12/17 78-103 DET L 25 12/19 *106-103 SAC W 26 12/20 105-92 @CHI W 27 12/23 88-97 LAC L 28 12/27 93-90 @ATL W 29 12/28 93-80 CHI W 30 12/30 100-110 PHO L 31 1/2 86-103 @NOK L 32 1/4 106-109 @BOS L 33 1/7 92-108 @ORL L 34 1/10 **111-106 HOU W 35 1/11 86-95 @TOR L 36 1/13 102-103 MIL L 37 1/14 91-114 @DET L 38 1/16 92-107 NOK L 39 1/18 92-98 @IND L 40 1/20 93-104 ORL L 41 1/21 91-101 @MIL L 42 1/24 76-104 @SAS L 43 1/25 78-102 @HOU L 44 1/27 85-91 MIA L 45 1/28 97-107 @WAS L 46 1/30 91-103 CLE L 47 2/1 92-102 ATL L 48 2/3 112-102 LAL W 49 2/6 119-106 SEA W 50 2/8 100-92 PHI W 51 2/10 73-88 TOR L 52 2/11 93-99 @MIL L 53 2/13 83-91 POR L 54 2/15 94-95 NJN L 55 2/21 84-100 @DEN L 56 2/22 110-106 @POR W 57 2/25 121-136 @PHO L 58 2/28 87-95 @LAC L 59 3/1 104-89 @UTA W 60 3/3 76-90 @DAL L 61 3/6 *106-105 MIA L 62 3/8 104-101 GSW W 63 3/11 116-109 NYK W 64 3/12 78-94 @DET L 65 3/14 114-119 WAS L 66 3/15 99-107 @WAS L 67 3/18 103-108 DET L 68 3/21 108-102 ORL W 69 3/22 *120-118 @CLE L 70 3/24 93-114 @MIA L 71 3/26 95-102 @MEM L 72 3/28 125-117 ATL W 73 3/31 113-107 CHI L 74 4/2 97-101 CLE L 75 4/4 97-92 MIN W 76 4/6 102-113 @NJN L 77 4/9 94-88 @TOR W 78 4/12 88-96 MEM L 79 4/14 116-110 @ATL W 80 4/15 *92-91 IND W 81 4/17 98-91 @NYK W 82 4/19 96-86 PHI W * Denotes number of overtime periods

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RECORD (26-56) Player G GS MIN FG FGA PCT 3FG FGA PCT FT FTA PCT OFF DEF TOT AST PF DQ STL TO BLK PTS AVG Wallace 55 52 1895 317 589 .538 14 50 .280 188 306 .614 123 289 412 96 150 1 138 99 115 836 15.2 Okafor 26 25 874 131 316 .415 0 0 --- 82 125 .656 94 167 261 31 88 1 22 53 50 344 13.2 Knight 69 67 2351 308 772 .399 3 13 .231 252 314 .803 35 188 223 610 202 3 157 164 4 871 12.6 Brezec 79 79 2165 409 791 .517 0 2 .000 164 224 .732 181 259 440 45 227 2 19 85 32 982 12.4 Felton 80 54 2406 345 883 .391 97 271 .358 161 222 .725 77 188 265 446 181 0 102 182 8 948 11.9 Jones 76 42 2089 298 736 .405 115 335 .343 88 121 .727 105 271 376 63 200 4 68 74 22 799 10.5 Rush 47 25 1111 181 469 .386 57 164 .348 55 77 .714 18 85 103 50 79 0 38 65 13 474 10.1 Ely 57 22 1348 216 425 .508 0 2 .000 128 192 .667 94 183 277 76 160 1 29 100 44 560 9.8 Bogans 39 9 848 114 288 .396 33 98 .337 80 105 .762 29 77 106 45 78 0 39 41 3 341 8.7 May 23 1 398 70 171 .409 0 5 .000 49 64 .766 42 67 109 22 58 0 17 33 12 189 8.2 Carroll 78 6 1275 192 476 .403 72 185 .389 138 168 .821 34 123 157 35 120 0 47 48 11 594 7.6 Robinson 66 18 1303 157 365 .430 2 21 .095 106 134 .791 62 157 219 77 141 1 81 74 10 422 6.4 Anderson 36 7 564 75 181 .414 24 58 .414 33 41 .805 23 47 70 32 48 0 11 32 4 207 5.8 Voskuhl 51 2 818 114 261 .437 1 3 .333 41 60 .683 62 121 183 39 157 2 26 33 23 270 5.3 Baxter (TOT) 41 0 401 45 104 .433 0 0 --- 28 35 .800 45 72 117 4 56 1 11 20 8 118 2.9 Baxter (CHA) 18 0 119 12 32 .375 0 0 --- 12 16 .750 7 26 33 2 8 0 2 7 1 36 2.0 Burleson 39 1 340 22 88 .250 10 54 .185 16 17 .941 4 22 26 48 63 2 26 25 2 70 1.8 BOBCATS 82 - 19905 2961 6843 .433 428 1261 .339 1593 2186 .729 990 2270 3260 1717 1960 17 822 1167 354 7943 96.9 OPPONENTS 82 - 19905 3065 6410 .478 458 1285 .356 1683 2283 .737 940 2667 3607 1881 1929 18 577 1464 441 8271 100.9

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS AVERAGE PER GAME PLAYER MIN REB AST STL TO BLK PTS MIN REB AST STL TO BLK PTS Wallace 51 16 7 8 5 6 41 34.5 7.5 1.7 2.51 1.8 2.09 15.2 Okafor 42 17 4 2 6 6 24 33.6 10.0 1.2 0.85 2.0 1.92 13.2 Knight 48 7 18 6 8 2 28 34.1 3.2 8.8 2.28 2.4 0.06 12.6 Brezec 47 14 3 2 5 2 27 27.4 5.6 0.6 0.24 1.1 0.41 12.4 Felton 46 8 14 5 8 2 31 30.1 3.3 5.6 1.28 2.3 0.10 11.9 Jones 50 14 4 3 4 4 31 27.5 4.9 0.8 0.89 1.0 0.29 10.5 Rush 40 8 4 2 6 2 35 23.6 2.2 1.1 0.81 1.4 0.28 10.1 Ely 39 15 5 3 4 3 23 23.6 4.9 1.3 0.51 1.8 0.77 9.8 Bogans 36 8 4 4 5 1 22 21.7 2.7 1.2 1.00 1.1 0.08 8.7 May 29 10 5 5 4 2 18 17.3 4.7 1.0 0.74 1.4 0.52 8.2 Carroll 42 9 3 3 5 1 26 16.3 2.0 0.4 0.60 0.6 0.14 7.6 Robinson 42 14 6 5 4 1 21 19.7 3.3 1.2 1.23 1.1 0.15 6.4 Anderson 47 8 4 3 3 1 18 15.7 1.9 0.9 0.31 0.9 0.11 5.8 Voskuhl 30 12 4 3 3 4 18 16.0 3.6 0.8 0.51 0.6 0.45 5.3 Baxter (TOT) 27 11 2 2 4 2 18 9.8 2.9 0.1 0.27 0.5 0.20 2.9 Baxter (CHA) 12 5 1 1 2 1 8 6.6 1.8 0.1 0.11 0.4 0.06 2.0 Burleson 36 4 7 4 3 1 11 8.7 0.7 1.2 0.67 0.6 0.05 1.8 BOBCATS 290 56 34 20 26 10 125 242.7 39.8 20.9 10.02 14.2 4.32 96.9 OPPONENTS 290 57 35 11 27 11 136 242.7 44.0 22.9 7.04 17.9 5.38 100.9

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CAREER HIGHS (C=SET, T=TIED THIS SEASON) FG FGA FT FTA REB AST PTS 17C 22C 14 17 16C 7C 41C 13 26 13 16 19 4C 30 11 24 12 15 9 20 31 13 24 8T 9T 18 4 27T 13C 22C 10C 13C 8C 14C 31C 13C 21C 8T 11C 15 5 31C 13 22 5C 6C 9 7 35C 11C 19 8T 12C 17 5C 23C 10 19 8 13 12 7 28 7C 14C 8C 9C 10C 5C 18C 8C 16C 11C 12C 9C 3T 26C 8C 14C 6C 8C 14C 6C 21C 7C 16C 4C 5C 8C 4C 18C 9C 13 8 11 16 4T 20 9 13C 5T 7 11C 3 19 4C 6C 4C 4C 4C 7C 11C 50C 109 43C 52C 56C 34C 125C 48C 96C 36 46 57C 40 136C


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BBALL OPS PLAYERS

Home: 14-27

Pos. G F G C G F/C G F G F G/F G F F G/F

Wt. 190 255 215 252 212 261 185 213 170 255 210 215 220 230 220

Player Cory Alexander Malik Allen Keith Bogans Primoz Brezec Matt Carroll Melvin Ely Jason Hart Jason Kapono Brevin Knight Emeka Okafor Bernard Robinson Kareem Rush Tamar Slay Theron Smith Gerald Wallace

Ht. 6-1 6-10 6-5 7-1 6-6 6-10 6-3 6-8 5-10 6-10 6-6 6-6 6-8 6-8 6-7

Road: 4-37 Birthdate 6/22/73 6/27/78 5/12/80 10/2/79 8/28/80 5/2/78 4/29/78 2/2/81 11/8/75 9/28/82 12/26/80 10/30/80 4/2/80 10/3/80 7/23/82

Overtime: 3-3 College Virginia Villanova Kentucky Slovenia Notre Dame Fresno State Syracuse UCLA Stanford Connecticut Michigan Missouri Marshall Ball State Alabama

Yrs Pro 7 4 2 4 2 3 4 2 8 1 1 3 3 2 4

Head Athletic Trainer: Joe Sharpe Assistant Athletic Trainer / Equipment Manager: Mark Coffelt Strength & Conditioning Coach: Chris Munford

Conference Records

Records By Month

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Overall Home Road Overtime Overall Home Road Overtime Eastern: 11-41 9-17 2-24 1-2 November: 3-10 3-4 0-6 0-1 Western: 7-23 5-10 2-13 2-1 December: 4-9 3-3 1-6 2-1 January: 2-13 2-6 0-7 0-1 February: 2-10 1-5 1-5 0-0 Division Records March: 4-13 3-6 1-7 0-0 Overall Home Road Overtime April: 3-9 2-4 1-5 1-0 Atlantic: 2-16 2-7 0-9 0-0 Central: 2-16 2-7 0-9 0-2 Playoff Results: None Southeast: 7-9 5-3 2-6 1-0 NBA Honors: Emeka Okafor, Rookie of the Year; Emeka Okafor, Northwest: 3-7 2-3 1-4 0-0 First Team All-Rookie; Emeka Okafor, Eastern Conference Rookie Pacific: 1-9 1-4 0-5 0-1 of the Month (November 2004, December 2004, April 2005) Southwest: 3-7 2-3 1-4 2-0

HISTORY

General Manager & Head Coach: Bernie Bickerstaff Assistant Coaches: John-Blair Bickerstaff, Gary Brokaw, Jeff Capel, Gary Kloppenburg, John Outlaw

PLAYOFFS

Record: 18-64

No. 12 35 10 7 13 2 1 24 22 50 21 4 32 0 3

RECORDS

2004-05 Final Roster

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Front Row (L-R): Brevin Knight, Cory Alexander, Assistant Coach John Outlaw, Assistant Coach Jeff Capel, Assistant Coach J.B. Bickerstaff, Head Coach Bernie Bickerstaff, Assistant Coach Gary Brokaw, Assistant Gary Kloppenberg, Jason Hart, Keith Bogans; Back Row (L-R): Jason Kapono, Kareem Rush, Theron Smith, Gerald Wallace, Melvin Ely, Emeka Okafor, Primoz Brezec, Malik Allen, Bernard Robinson, Tamar Slay, Matt Carroll.

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G Date Score Opp W/L Record Atten. Streak 1 11/4 96-103 WAS L 0-1 2 11/6 111-100 ORL W 1-1 3 11/10 100-102 @ Mil L 1-2 4 11/12 74-91 @ Bos L 1-3 5 11/13 87-103 GS L 1-4 6 11/16 105-107 UTA L 1-5 7 11/18 89-106 CLE L 1-6 8 11/20 84-100 @ Cle L 1-7 9 11/21 **116-117 @ Det L 1-8 10 11/23 91-89 DET W 2-8 11 11/26 77-82 @ Ind L 2-9 12 11/27 107-92 ATL W 3-9 13 11/30 86-99 @ NJ L 3-10 14 12/4 107-101 NY W 4-10 15 12/6 **93-99 @LAC L 4-11 16 12/7 92-109 @Sac L 4-12 17 12/10 106-115 @Pho L 4-13 18 12/12 87-99 @GS L 4-14 19 12/14 *94-93 NO W 5-14 20 12/18 *101-100 HOU W 6-14 21 12/21 91-94 NJ L 6-15 22 12/22 90-87 @Hou W 7-15 23 12/26 82-91 @NY L 7-16 24 12/27 87-106 @Was L 7-17 25 12/29 71-74 IND L 7-18 26 12/31 97-103 SEA L 7-19 27 1/1 90-113 @Mia L 7-20 28 1/3 83-94 CLE L 7-21 29 1/5 102-84 MIN W 8-21 30 1/7 91-111 @Orl L 8-22 31 1/11 *98-100 @Cle L 8-23 32 1/14 89-109 MEM L 8-24 33 1/15 95-103 @Atl L 8-25 34 1/17 92-99 MIL L 8-26 35 1/19 105-107 PHI L 8-27 36 1/21 99-105 DAL L 8-28 37 1/23 92-103 @Tor L 8-29 38 1/25 92-97 BOS L 8-30 39 1/27 93-101 @Chi L 8-31 40 1/28 101-94 TOR W 9-31 41 1/30 90-101 @LAL L 9-32 42 2/1 109-105 @Uta W 10-32 43 2/4 89-101 @Por L 10-33 44 2/5 99-113 @Sea L 10-34 45 2/8 85-104 SAS L 10-35 46 2/9 87-94 @Ind L 10-36 47 2/11 87-97 MIA L 10-37 48 2/13 99-102 @NY L 10-38 49 2/14 77-80 POR L 10-39 50 2/16 94-88 DEN W 11-39 51 2/22 102-112 MIL L 11-40 52 2/25 86-93 @NJ L 11-41 53 2/26 90-94 CHI L 11-42 54 3/1 94-87 SAC W 12-42 55 3/2 85-94 @NO L 12-43 56 3/4 84-104 @Bos L 12-44 57 3/5 84-86 WAS L 12-45 58 3/8 97-102 @Min L 12-46 59 3/11 80-112 @Phi L 12-47 60 3/12 116-117 LAL L 12-48 61 3/14 110-119 BOS L 12-49 62 3/16 101-120 @Den L 12-50 63 3/18 76-93 @SAS L 12-51 64 3/19 93-104 @Dal L 12-52 65 3/21 102-97 ORL W 13-52 66 3/23 105-120 PHO L 13-53 67 3/24 108-94 @Orl W 14-53 68 3/26 94-92 MIA W 15-53 69 3/28 91-95 NJ L 15-54 70 3/30 99-102 CHI L 15-55 71 4/1 107-119 TOR L 15-56 72 4/2 97-112 @Chi L 15-57 73 4/5 102-104 LAC L 15-58 74 4/6 103-106 @Phi L 15-59 75 4/8 75-93 @Mil L 15-60 76 4/10 95-102 @Mem L 15-61 77 4/11 *110-105 @Atl W 16-61 78 4/13 105-84 ATL W 17-61 79 4/16 98-100 NY L 17-62 80 4/17 104-106 @Was L 17-63 81 4/19 80-99 @Mia L 17-64 82 4/20 97-86 DET W 18-64 * Denotes number of overtime periods

23,319 20,873 17,029 14,012 12,376 10,412 14,706 18,045 22,076 13,394 17,441 13,695 11,921 18,858 14,065 17,317 17,105 14,023 13,589 17,320 11,358 13,655 19,763 16,322 13,483 13,696 20,281 12,690 12,037 12,564 18,494 17,447 11,719 10,523 12,336 17,186 14,196 11,129 19,439 15,986 18,532 17,854 14,362 16,901 12,985 14,719 22,166 19,763 9,213 11,754 10,817 14,571 17,495 11,790 14,517 17,011 15,301 16,333 19,765 23,319 11,103 16,527 17,798 20,331 10,727 11,664 14,431 23,319 11,376 12,606 13,550 22,074 9,580 16,209 15,274 16,953 15,042 10,894 17,615 17,117 19,858 18,014

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Charlotte Charlotte High Scorer High Rebounder

Okafor (19) Brezec (20) Brezec (20) House (15) Wallace (22) Bogans (28) Kapono (16) Wallace (15) Kapono (22) Okafor (22) Okafor (19) House (17) Okafor (26) Okafor/S. Smith (20) Brezec/Kapono (14) S. Smith (16) Knight (17) Okafor (21) Okafor (20) Okafor (23) Rush (23) Okafor (21) Okafor (23) Okafor (18) Okafor (16) Okafor (27) Okafor (17) Rush (19) Wallace (21) Brezec (18) Brezec/Wallace (18) Okafor (17) Hart (19) Okafor (15) Hart (19) Okafor (24) Brezec (19) Okafor (20) Rush (24) Rush (21) Brezec (15) Wallace (28) Brezec (17) Ely (22) Kapono (17) Ely (20) Knight (17) Robinson (18) Ely (16) Rush (20) Knight (19) Wallace (23) Okafor (26) Brezec (19) Okafor (18) Hart (13) Hart (20) Brezec (20) Okafor (17) Okafor (30) Carroll (18) Bogans (19) Brezec (18) Bogans (27) Knight (19) Hart (21) Okafor (23) Brezec (27) Brezec (20) Wallace (23) Okafor (29) Okafor (28) Knight (21) Brezec (23) Brezec (20) Knight (22) Bogans (21) Okafor (17) Bogans (15) Carroll (22) KB/ME/JK (14) Bogans (17)

Charlotte High Assist

Okafor (10) Knight (6) Okafor (14) Hart (11) Okafor (13) Hart (12) Okafor (11) Kapono (5) Wallace (10) S. Smith (8) Okafor (8) S. Smith (8) Ely (7) Knight (5) Brezec (12) Knight (8) Okafor (10) Knight (15) Okafor (15) Knight (19) Okafor (11) Hart (6) Okafor (10) Knight (11) Okafor (12) Knight (6) Okafor (18) Knight (18) Okafor (15) Knight (13) Okafor (15) Hart (6) Okafor (10) Knight (7) Two Tied (13) Knight (11) Okafor (12) Knight (11) Okafor (17) Knight (11) Okafor (11) Hart (15) Okafor (11) Knight (13) Okafor (15) Hart (6) Okafor (11) Hart (10) Okafor (15) Hart (11) Okafor (10) Knight (15) Okafor (10) Knight (7) Kapono (7) Knight (9) Wallace (12) Knight (8) Okafor (6) Knight (10) Okafor (9) Knight (20) Okafor (12) Knight (11) Sampson (9) Hart (8) Okafor (11) Knight (10) Okafor (19) Hart (7) Okafor (15) Hart (10) Brezec (12) Hart (11) Okafor (12) Hart (10) Sampson (7) Hart (10) Brezec (12) Bogans/Hart/Smith (4) Sampson (12) Hart (7) Wallace (8) Knight (8) Brezec (17) Knight (11) Ely (9) Hart (5) T. Smith (10) JH/BK (7) Ely (17) Knight (6) Ely (11) JH/BK (5) T. Smith (8) Knight (6) Brezec (18) Hart (5) Brezec (14) BK/GW (4) Brezec (11) Knight (4) Okafor (10) Knight (12) Okafor (12) Hart (5) Okafor (13) Knight (10) Brezec (12) Knight (5) Okafor (10) Bogans/Hart (6) Kapono/Okafor (8) Hart (4) Brezec (12) Hart (10) Okafor (8) Alexander (7) Okafor (11) Knight (17) Okafor (12) Knight (6) Okafor (8) Knight (8) Okafor (12) Knight (7) Okafor (10) Knight (13) Okafor (13) JH/BK (8) Brezec (11) Knight (15) Okafor (10) Knight (15) Brezec (11) Knight (16) Brezec (12) Knight (10) PB/EO (10) Knight (15) Okafor (14) Knight (10) Okafor (16) Knight (7) Okafor (10) Knight (13) Brezec/Okafor (10) Knight (6) Okafor (14) Alexander/Knight (4) Okafor (18) Knight (10) Okafor (12) Knight (10) Okafor (11) Wallace (6) Wallace (14) Knight (7) Wallace (7) Knight (13) Okafor (9) Hart (9) Okafor (19) Knight (13)

Opponent Opponent High Scorer High Rebounder Jamison (24) Mobley (23) Mason (31) Davis (19) Richardson (27) Boozer (34) James (19) James (25) Hamilton (30) Billups (24) AC/FJ (23) Harrington (27) Jefferson (23) Crawford (41) Maggette (33) Stojakovic (30) Stoudemire (36) Richardson (24) Wesley (23) McGrady (29) Jefferson (28) McGrady (25) T.Thomas (20) Hughes (20) O’Neal (24) Lewis (27) Wade (26) James (26) Garnett (23) Turkoglu (22) James (29) Gasol (19) Harrington (22) Redd (27) Iverson (24) MF/DN (20) Peterson (26) Pierce (33) Nocioni (17) Alston (20) CA/CB (20) Kirilenko (27) DS/ST (23) Allen (25) Parker (20) O’Neal (29) O’Neal (32) Crawford (23) Przybilla (19) Anthony (21) Redd (39) Carter (28) Davis (20) Williamson (18) Dickau (18) RD/AW (18) Haywood (22) Garnett (30) Iverson (25) Bryant (32) Davis (27) Anthony (25) Parker (24) Nowitzki (33) Hill (25) JJ/SM (26) Hill (28) O’Neal (26) Carter (39) Gordon (35) Bosh (27) Harrington (22) Maggette (34) Iverson (48) Mason (21) Battier (25) Childress (20) Smith (20) Marbury (19) Hughes (28) Butler (25) RD/TP (13)

Arenas (7) Howard (12) J. Smith (10) LaFrentz (10) Murphy (16) Boozer (13) Gooden (9) Illgauskas (12) McDyess (13) McDyess (12) Croshere (12) Walker (8) Mourning (11) Mohammed (17) Maggette (11) Stojakovic (12) Stoudemire (15) Dunleavy (15) Andersen (13) Jackson (8) Krstic (12) Ming (14) Mohammed (9) Ruffin (7) O’Neal (17) Evans (10) Haslem (9) Gooden (14) Garnett (20) Howard (12) Ilgauskas (11) Posey (7) Walker (11) Gadzuric (10) Iguodala (9) Nowitzki (9) RA/CB (8) Pierce (9) Chandler (6) Rose (6) Mihm (12) Eisley (8) Randolph (12) Evans (21) Rose (10) O’Neal (10) Haslem (13) Ariza (7) Przybilla (17) Camby (13) Smith (10) Collins (12) Harrington (9) Skinner (16) Brown (15) AJ/AW/DW (8) Brown (12) Garnett (15) Jackson (9) Odom (11) Walker (9) Camby (12) Horry (9) SB/MF (10) Howard (13) Stoudemire (14) Howard (15) O’Neal (16) Krstic (15) Chandler (15) Marshall (12) Chandler (15) Brand (10) Iguodala (11) Gadzuric (14) Battier (11) Childress (14) Smith (14) Thomas (11) Jamison (13) Haslem (10) B. Wallace (10)


HISTORY 2004-05 Final Statistics

PLAYOFFS HISTORY NBA

6 13 2 4 5C 3 14 4T 9 4C 6C 12C 3 10C 5C 13C 4C 5C 10C 3C 10C 10 19 7 8 11 12 28 7C 9C 4C 5C 5C 3C 18C 9 16 10 15 19 2 23 45C 109C 37C 50C 53C 31C 116C 47C 92C 36C 46C 56C 40C 120C

RECORDS

14 28 18 21 14 15 41 9C 19C 8C 10C 17C 3T 22C 10 24 7 8 13 4 23

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CAREER HIGHS (C=SET, T=TIED THIS SEASON) FG FGA FT FTA REB AST PTS 13C 26C 13C 16C 19C 3C 30C 13C 24C 8C 9C 18C 4C 27C 10 19C 14C 17C 14C 6C 28C 10 19 6 6 10 8 28 11 24 12 15 9 20T 31 10C 19C 8C 13C 12 7 28C 9C 15C 7C 8T 8 15C 21C 6C 14C 8C 8C 7C 3C 22C 8C 18C 7C 8C 8C 5C 25C 13 22 4C 4T 9 7 30

PLAYERS

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS AVERAGE PER GAME PLAYER MIN REB AST STL TO BLK PTS MIN REB AST STL TO BLK PTS Okafor 52 19 3 3 7 5 30 35.6 10.9 0.9 0.85 1.7 1.71 15.1 Brezec 42 18 4 2 5 3 27 31.6 7.4 1.2 0.46 1.5 0.76 13.0 Wallace 41 14 6 5 7 6 28 30.7 5.5 2.0 1.67 2.3 1.30 11.1 House 45 4 5 6 4 2 20 23.1 1.5 1.8 1.85 1.0 0.23 11.1 Knight 41 6 20 8 5 1 22 29.5 2.6 9.0 1.98 2.2 0.08 10.1 Bogans 43 8 6 5 5 2 28 24.2 3.1 1.8 0.92 1.6 0.11 9.6 Hart 43 7 15 4 4 1 21 25.5 2.7 5.0 1.34 1.4 0.19 9.5 Carroll 27 7 3 4 3 1 22 17.2 2.4 0.7 0.68 1.0 0.08 9.0 Kapono 38 8 5 3 3 1 25 18.4 2.0 0.8 0.49 0.6 0.07 8.5 Rush (TOT) 36 6 6 2 4 1 24 20.2 1.9 1.4 0.42 1.0 0.15 8.4 Rush (CHA) 36 6 6 2 4 1 24 25.8 2.3 1.9 0.53 1.3 0.18 11.5 S. Smith 42 4 8 2 3 2 22 17.2 1.3 1.5 0.32 0.6 0.19 7.9 Ely 42 17 3 3 5 6 22 20.9 4.1 1.0 0.41 1.5 0.87 7.3 Allen (TOT) 30 7 2 2 3 2 12 14.4 2.8 0.5 0.25 0.5 0.61 5.4 Allen (CHA) 25 6 2 1 2 2 12 12.3 2.1 0.3 0.23 0.3 0.50 5.0 Slay 19 5 2 3 3 0 9 9.8 1.8 0.4 0.63 1.0 0.00 3.5 Sampson 29 12 2 1 3 3 10 14.3 5.3 0.3 0.17 0.7 0.74 3.4 T. Smith 30 10 3 2 3 1 10 15.5 3.5 0.8 0.18 0.8 0.12 3.2 Alexander 28 5 7 3 3 1 17 12.6 1.8 2.3 0.56 1.2 0.06 3.1 Robinson 25 5 3 2 3 1 18 10.6 1.5 1.0 0.35 0.6 0.13 3.0 White 18 6 1 1 3 3 8 7.9 2.0 0.1 0.12 0.6 0.71 2.5 BOBCATS 290 53 31 18 26 11 116 242.4 41.7 21.9 8.48 14.5 5.37 94.3 OPPONENTS 290 56 40 15 24 11 120 242.4 43.2 21.6 7.61 15.8 5.44 100.2

BBALL OPS

Player G GS MIN FG FGA PCT 3FG FGA PCT FT FTA PCT OFF DEF TOT AST PF DQ STL TO BLK PTS AVG Okafor 73 73 2600 448 1003 .447 0 1 .000 209 343 .609 275 520 795 64 214 0 62 125 125 1105 15.1 Brezec 72 72 2276 387 756 .512 0 0 --- 164 220 .745 226 305 531 86 183 2 33 106 55 938 13.0 Wallace 70 68 2147 286 637 .449 17 62 .274 191 289 .661 118 268 386 137 182 2 117 159 91 780 11.1 House 13 5 300 61 135 .452 12 29 .414 10 13 .769 2 17 19 24 23 0 24 13 3 144 11.1 Knight 66 61 1944 248 587 .422 3 20 .150 167 196 .852 21 149 170 591 192 1 131 147 5 666 10.1 Bogans 74 42 1791 262 688 .381 57 173 .329 133 183 .727 76 150 226 135 167 1 68 122 8 714 9.6 Hart 74 27 1887 257 573 .449 35 95 .368 157 200 .785 18 185 203 367 167 1 99 102 14 706 9.5 Carroll 25 0 430 70 180 .389 13 39 .333 71 83 .855 13 47 60 17 37 0 17 25 2 224 9.0 Kapono 81 14 1491 269 671 .401 80 194 .412 70 85 .824 32 132 164 61 132 1 40 46 6 688 8.5 Rush (TOT) 48 22 968 157 406 .387 51 137 .372 37 48 .771 20 69 89 68 74 0 20 47 7 402 8.4 Rush (CHA) 34 22 877 153 386 .396 49 127 .386 35 46 .761 17 62 79 65 67 0 18 44 6 390 11.5 S. Smith 37 1 636 93 218 .427 38 90 .422 67 77 .870 13 36 49 57 74 2 12 24 7 291 7.9 Ely 79 17 1649 227 526 .432 0 0 --- 122 212 .575 142 184 326 76 199 1 32 115 69 576 7.3 Allen (TOT) 36 1 519 84 177 .475 0 0 --- 26 28 .929 40 59 99 18 53 0 9 18 22 194 5.4 Allen (CHA) 22 1 271 49 101 .485 0 0 --- 13 14 .929 16 31 47 7 24 0 5 7 11 111 5.0 Slay 8 0 78 13 39 .333 2 12 .167 0 2 .000 6 8 14 3 20 0 5 8 0 28 3.5 Sampson 23 0 329 28 62 .452 0 0 --- 23 39 .590 36 86 122 8 53 0 4 17 17 79 3.4 T. Smith 33 5 510 44 136 .324 3 12 .250 14 16 .875 39 77 116 28 58 0 6 27 4 105 3.2 Alexander 16 1 201 16 49 .327 8 19 .421 9 12 .750 8 21 29 37 29 0 9 19 1 49 3.1 Robinson 31 1 328 36 81 .444 3 8 .375 18 26 .692 14 34 48 30 42 1 11 20 4 93 3.0 White 17 0 135 14 31 .452 0 0 --- 14 40 .350 11 23 34 1 31 1 2 11 12 42 2.5 BOBCATS 82 - 19880 2961 6859 .432 320 881 .363 1487 2096 .709 1083 2335 3418 1794 1894 13 695 1192 440 7729 94.3 OPPONENTS 82 - 19880 3015 6507 .463 442 1224 .361 1748 2279 .767 959 2586 3545 1768 1858 15 624 1297 446 8220 100.26

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RECORD (18-64)

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EASTERN CONFERENCE ALL-STAR TEAM Gerald Wallace

2009-10

BBALL OPS

FRONT OFFICE

NBA HONORS

Rookie Sophomore Sophomore Rookie Rookie Rookie Sophomore

2005 2006 2007 2007 2012 2013 2013

COACH OF THE MONTH Larry Brown

January 2010

PLAYER OF THE WEEK Stephen Jackson Jason Richardson Gerald Wallace

PLAYERS 12-13 REVIEW

Emeka Okafor (DNP) Emeka Okafor (DNP) Raymond Felton Adam Morrison Kemba Walker Michael Kidd-Gilchrist Kemba Walker

Week ending January 17, 2010 Weeks ending March 9, 2008; March 30, 2008 Weeks ending November 28, 2005; March 25, 2007 April 8 2007; January 20, 2008; November 29, 2009

NATIONAL TEAM APPEARANCES

ALL-DEFENSIVE TEAM First Team

Gerald Wallace

2009-10

ROOKIE OF THE YEAR 2004-05

PLAYOFFS

RECORDS

Emeka Okafor

USA

HISTORY

Brendan Haywood Al Jefferson Michael Kidd-Gilchrist Kemba Walker SWEDEN

NBA

ROOKIE OF THE MONTH Emeka Okafor Raymond Felton Adam Morrison Walter Herrmann Michael Kidd-Gilchrist

November 2004, December 2004, April 2005 February 2006, March 2006, April 2006 November 2006 April 2007 November 2012

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Emeka Okafor Raymond Felton Walter Herrmann Adam Morrison D.J. Augustin Michael Kidd-Gilchrist

1999 World University Games 2007 USA Select Team 2010-12 National Team Program 2010 FIBA U17 World Championship 2013 National Team Mini-Camp 2008 FIBA Americas U18 Championship 2010 USA Select Team 2013 National Team Mini-Camp

First Team Second Team Second Team Second Team Second Team Second Team

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Jeffery Taylor

2008 FIBA U20 European Championship 2013 FIBA European Championship


DRAFT HISTORY Bobcats NBA Draft History RD PICK PLAYER 1 4 Cody Zeller

WT 240

RD PICK PLAYER FROM 1 2 Michael Kidd-Gilchrist Kentucky 2 31 Jeffery Taylor Vanderbilt

POS F F

HT 6-7 6-7

WT 232 225

POS F G F

HT 6-9 6-1 6-8

WT 245 184 223

2012 NBA Draft

2011 NBA Draft RD PICK 1 7 1 9 1 19

2

39

PLAYER Bismack Biyombo * Kemba Walker Tobias Harris**/***

Jeremy Tyler ****

FROM Dem. Rep. of Congo Connecticut Tennessee

Tokyo Apache

C

6-11

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* Rights acquired from SAC as part of three-team trade in which CHA also received Corey Maggette from MIL in exchange for Stephen Jackson, Shaun Livingston and the rights to Tobias Harris (19th overall), ** Pick acquired from NOH via POR along with Dante Cunningham, Sean Marks, Joel Przybilla and a future first-round draft pick in exchange for Gerald Wallace on Feb. 24, 2011, *** Rights traded to MIL along with Stephen Jackson and Shaun Livingston as part of three-team trade in which CHA received Corey Maggette from MIL and the rights to Bismack Biyombo (7th overall) from SAC, **** Rights traded to Golden State in exchange for cash considerations

12-13 REVIEW

HT 7-0

PLAYERS

POS F

BBALL OPS

FROM Indiana

FRONT OFFICE

2013 NBA Draft

2009 NBA Draft PLAYER Gerald Henderson Derrick Brown * Robert Vaden **

FROM Duke Xavier UAB

POS G F G

HT 6-4 6-8 6-5

WT 215 227 205

HT 6-0 7-0 6-6

WT 180 220 201

RECORDS

RD PICK 1 12 2 40 2 54

* Pick acquired from New Jersey via Oklahoma City on August 11, 2008 ** Rights traded to Oklahoma City in exchange for cash considerations

RD PICK 1 9 1 20 2 38

PLAYER D.J. Augustin Alexis Ajinca * Kyle Weaver**

FROM Texas France Washington State

POS G C G

2007 NBA Draft

RD PICK PLAYER 1 3 Adam Morrison 2 50 Ryan Hollins*

FROM Gonzaga UCLA

POS F C

HT 6-8 7-0

WT 205 230

MISC.

2006 NBA Draft

NBA

RD PICK PLAYER FROM POS HT WT 1 8 Brandan Wright * North Carolina F 6-9 205 1 22 Jared Dudley ** Boston College F 6-7 225 2 36 Jermareo Davidson *** Alabama F 6-10 230 * Traded to Golden State in exchange for Jason Richardson and the rights to Jermareo Davidson (36th overall) ** Pick acquired from Cleveland (via Toronto) in exchange for Aleksandar Pavlovic on June 23, 2004 *** Acquired rights from Golden State along with Jason Richardson in exchange for the rights to Brandan Wright (8th overall)

HISTORY

* Pick acquired from Denver in exchange for a future protected first-round pick on June 25, 2008 ** Rights traded to Oklahoma City in exchange for a 2009 second-round draft pick (via New Jersey)

PLAYOFFS

2008 NBA Draft

* Pick acquired from Sacramento in exchange for Jason Hart on August 2, 2005

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continued

2005 NBA Draft RD PICK PLAYER 1 5 Raymond Felton 1 13 Sean May*

FROM North Carolina North Carolina

POS G F

HT 6-1 6-9

WT 198 266

BBALL OPS

* Pick acquired from Phoenix (via Cleveland) in exchange for drafting Jahidi White in the 2004 Charlotte Expansion Selection

2004 NBA Draft

RECORDS

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PLAYERS

RD PICK PLAYER FROM 1 2 Emeka Okafor* Connecticut 2 45 Bernard Robinson** Michigan

POS HT F/C 6-10 F 6-6

WT 252 210

* Pick acquired from L.A. Clippers in exchange for the 4th and 33rd overall picks and agreeing to draft Predrag Drobnjak in the 2004 Charlotte Expansion Selection ** Pick acquired from Milwaukee in exchange for Zaza Pachulia

BOBCATS ALL-TIME HEAD COACHES

BOBCATS ALL-TIME ASSISTANT COACHES

Coach Bernie Bickerstaff Sam Vincent Larry Brown Paul Silas Mike Dunlap

John-Blair Bickerstaff Gary Brokaw Herb Brown Rick Brunson Jeff Capel Phil Ford Dave Hanners Gary Kloppenberg Dan Leibovitz Ralph Lewis

Years 2004-07 2007-08 2008-10* 2010-12* 2012-13

Regular Season Record 77-169 32-50 88-104 32-88 21-61

Pct. .456 .390 .458 .267 .256

Playoffs Record Pct. 0-0 ---0-0 ---0-4 .000 0-0 --0-0 ----

* denotes Brown stepped down and Silas was named interim head coach on December 22, 2010

2004-07 2004-06 2008-10 2012-13 2004-10 2007-10 2008-10 2004-07 2012-13 2010-12

Paul Mokeski Charles Oakley John Outlaw Lee Rose Mike Sanders Stephen Silas LaSalle Thompson Rob Werdann Brian Winters

2007-08 2010-11 2004-07 2007-08 2007-08 2010-present 2008-10 2010-12 2012-13

PLAYOFFS

1

Jason Hart (2004-05) Ryan Hollins (2006-07) Derek Anderson (2007-08) Andre Brown (2008-09) Cartier Martin (2008-09) Stephen Jackson (2009-11) Kemba Walker (2012-13)

2

Melvin Ely (2004-07) Dontell Jefferson (2008-09) Acie Law (2009-10) Shaun Livingston (2010-11) DeSagana Diop (2012-13)

NBA

0 Theron Smith (2004-05) Jeff McInnis (2006-08) Larry Hughes (2009-10) BISMACK BIYOMBO

HISTORY

Bobcats All-Time Numerical Roster

3 Gerald Wallace (2004-11)

MISC.

4 Kareem Rush (2004-06) Jared Dudley (2007-09) Derrick Brown (2009-12) JEFF ADRIEN 5 Eddie House (2004-05) Walter Herrmann (2006-07) Juwan Howard (2008-09) Dominic McGuire (2010-11) JANNERO PARGO

6 Nazr Mohammed (2007-09) Tyson Chandler (2009-10)

15 Alan Anderson (2005-07) Ryan Hollins (2007-09) Gerald Henderson (2009-12) KEMBA WALKER

3 3 Jumaine Jones (2005-06) Jermareo Davidson (2007-08) Matt Carroll (2010-12) BRENDAN HAYWOOD

19 Raja Bell (2008-10) 20 Raymond Felton (2005-10)

35 Malik Allen (2004-05) Lonny Baxter (2005-06) Adam Morrison (2006-09)

9 Jamario Moon (2011-12) GERALD HENDERSON

21

42 Sean May (2005-09) Theo Ratliff (2009-10)

10 Keith Bogans (2004-06) Vladimir Radmanovic (2008-10) Joel Przybilla (2010-11)

22 Brevin Knight (2004-07) Ronald “Flip” Murray (2009-10) Byron Mullens (2011-13)

11 Earl Boykins (2007-08) Sherron Collins (2010-11) Cory Higgins (2011-13) JOSH MCROBERTS

2 3 Derek Anderson (2006-07) Jason Richardson (2007-09) Stephen Graham (2009-10)

7 Primoz Brezec (2004-08) DeSagana Diop (2009-12) RAMON SESSIONS 8 Steve Smith (2004-05) DJ White (2011-12) BEN GORDON

12

Cory Alexander (2005) Kevin Burleson (2005-06) Shannon Brown (2008-09) Tyrus Thomas (2009-13)

13 Matt Carroll (2004-09) Nazr Mohammed (2009-11) Matt Carroll (2012-13) 14 D.J. Augustin (2008-12) MICHAEL KIDD-GILCHRIST

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Bernard Robinson (2004-07) Alexis Ajinca (2008-10) Eduardo Najera (2010-12) Hakim Warrick (2012-13)

24 Jason Kapono (2004-05) Othella Harrington (2006-08) 27 Dwayne Jones (2008-09) 31 Jamal Sampson (2004-05) 32 Tamar Slay (2004-05) Boris Diaw (2008-12)

41 Garrett Temple (2010-11)

43 Jake Voskuhl (2005-07) Linton Johnson III (2008-09)

4 4 Sean Singletary (2008-09) Dante Cunningham (2010-11) JEFFERY TAYLOR 50 Emeka Okafor (2004-09) Corey Maggette (2011-12) 54 Kwame Brown (2010-11) 55 Jahidi White (2004-05) Reggie Williams (2011-13) 88 Eric Williams (2006-07) BOLD CAPS indicate current Bobcats players


HISTORY All-Time Roster NO. POS 4 forward

HGT 6’7”

WGT 245

DOB 2-10-86

FROM Connecticut

Acquired: Signed as a free agent on December 9, 2012 YEAR GP GS Min. FGM FGA PCT. 3FGM 3FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. REB AST ST TO BS PTS AVG. 2012-13 52 5 713 72 168 .429 0 2 .000 65 100 .650 196 36 18 32 27 209 4.0 Totals 52 5 713 72 168 .429 0 2 .000 65 100 .650 196 36 18 32 27 209 4.0 NO. 21

POS Center

HGT 7’1”

WGT 262

DOB 5-6-88

FROM France

CORY ALEXANDER

NO. 12

POS Guard

HGT WGT DOB 6’1” 185 6-22-73

FROM Virginia

NO. 35

POS Forward

HGT 6’10”

WGT 250

DOB 6-27-78

FROM Villanova

POS Guard / Forward

HGT 6’6”

WGT 220

DOB 10-16-82

FROM Michigan State

DEREK ANDERSON

NO. 23/1

POS Guard

HGT WGT DOB 6’5” 195 7-18-74

FROM Kentucky

D.J. AUGUSTIN

NO. 14

POS Guard

HGT WGT DOB 6’0” 180 11-10-87

NBA

Acquired: Signed as a free agent on November 28, 2006 Departed: Became an unrestricted free agent after the 2007-08 season YEAR GP GS Min. FGM FGA PCT. 3FGM 3FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. REB AST ST TO BS PTS AVG. 2006-07 17 0 256 37 81 .457 5 20 .250 19 23 .826 32 21 7 22 0 98 5.8 2007-08 28 0 396 47 125 .376 19 52 .365 28 38 .737 52 44 12 25 1 141 5.0 Totals 45 0 652 84 206 .408 24 72 .333 47 61 .770 84 65 19 47 1 239 5.3

HISTORY

Acqired: Signed as a free agent on August 9, 2005 Departed: Became an unrestricted free agent after the 2006-07 season YEAR GP GS Min. FGM FGA PCT. 3FGM 3FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. REB AST ST TO BS PTS AVG. 2005-06 36 7 564 75 181 .414 24 58 .414 33 41 .805 70 32 11 32 4 207 5.8 2006-07 17 0 256 37 81 .457 5 20 .250 19 23 .826 32 21 7 22 0 98 5.8 Totals 53 7 820 112 262 .427 29 78 .371 52 64 .821 102 53 18 54 4 305 5.7

PLAYOFFS

NO. 15

RECORDS

Acquired: From Miami on February 24, 2005, in exchange for Steve Smith Departed: Became an unrestricted free agent after the 2004-05 season YEAR GP GS Min. FGM FGA PCT. 3FGM 3FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. REB AST ST TO BS PTS AVG. 2004-05 22 1 271 49 101 .485 0 0 ---- 13 14 .929 42 7 5 7 11 111 5.0 Totals 22 1 271 49 101 .485 0 0 ---- 13 14 .929 42 7 5 7 11 111 5.0 ALAN ANDERSON

12-13 REVIEW

Acquired: Signed as a free agent on February 28, 2005 Departed: Became an unrestricted free agent after the 2004-05 season YEAR GP GS Min. FGM FGA PCT. 3FGM 3FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. REB AST ST TO BS PTS AVG. 2004-05 16 1 201 16 49 .327 8 19 .421 9 12 .750 29 37 9 19 1 49 3.1 Totals 16 1 201 16 49 .327 8 19 .421 9 12 .750 29 37 9 19 1 49 3.1 MALIK ALLEN

PLAYERS

Acquired: Drafted by Charlotte with the 20th overall pick in the 2008 NBA Draft Departed: Traded to Dallas with Tyson Chandler in exchange for Matt Carroll, Erick Dampier and Eduardo Najera on July 13, 2010 YEAR GP GS Min. FGM FGA PCT. 3FGM 3FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. REB AST ST TO BS PTS AVG. 2008-09 31 4 182 25 69 .362 0 2 .000 20 28 .714 30 3 7 12 6 70 2.3 2009-10 6 0 30 5 10 .500 0 0 ---- 0 1 .000 4 0 1 2 1 10 1.7 Totals 37 4 212 30 79 .380 0 2 .000 20 29 .690 34 3 8 14 7 80 2.2

BBALL OPS

ALEXIS AJINCA

FRONT OFFICE

jeff adrien

FROM Texas

BS PTS AVG. 2 850 11.8 5 508 6.4 3 1178 14.4 1 532 11.1 11 3068 10.9

bobcats.com

MISC.

Acquired: Drafted by Charlotte with the ninth overall pick in the 2008 NBA Draft Departed: Became an unrestricted free agent after the 2011-12 season YEAR GP GS Min. FGM FGA PCT. 3FGM 3FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. REB AST ST TO 2008-09 71 12 1908 267 621 .430 108 246 .439 208 233 .893 133 250 42 119 2009-10 80 2 1472 168 435 .386 70 178 .393 102 131 .779 97 193 45 74 2010-11 82 82 2757 399 958 .416 111 333 .333 269 297 .906 225 498 54 155 2011-12 48 46 1408 183 487 .376 61 179 .341 105 120 .875 109 307 36 110 Totals 281 142 7545 1017 2501 .407 350 936 .374 684 781 .876 564 1248 177 458

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HISTORY

LONNY BAXTER

NO. 35

POS FORWARD

HGT WGT DOB 6’8” 261 7-27-79

FROM MARYLAND

RAJA BELL

Acquired: From Phoenix with Boris Diaw and Sean Singletary on December 10, 2008, for Jared Dudley and Jason Richardson Departed: Traded to Golden State with Vladimir Radmanovic in exchange for Stephen Jackson and Acie Law on November 16, 2009 GP GS Min. FGM FGA PCT. 3FGM 3FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. REB AST ST TO BS PTS AVG. YEAR 2008-09 45 44 1603 223 507 .440 70 177 .395 71 81 .877 179 113 37 68 6 587 13.0 2009-10 5 5 157 24 55 .436 9 24 .375 3 3 1.000 21 10 4 5 2 60 12.0 Totals 50 49 1760 247 562 .440 79 201 .393 74 84 .881 200 123 41 73 8 647 12.9

HISTORY

PLAYOFFS

RECORDS

12-13 REVIEW

BBALL OPS

Acquired: From Houston on February 9, 2006, for Keith Bogans Departed: Became an unrestricted free agent after the 2005-06 season YEAR GP GS Min. FGM FGA PCT. 3FGM 3FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. REB AST ST TO BS PTS AVG. 2005-06 18 0 113 12 32 .375 0 0 ---- 12 16 .750 33 2 2 7 1 36 2.0 Totals 18 0 113 12 32 .375 0 0 ---- 12 16 .750 33 2 2 7 1 36 2.0

PLAYERS

FRONT OFFICE

ALL-TIME ROSTER

BISMACK BIYOMBO

NO. 0

KEITH BOGANS

NO. 10

POS FORWARD

HGT 6’5”

HGT 6’9”

WGT 215

WGT 245

DOB 9-19-76

DOB 8-28-92

FROM FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL

FROM DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO

POS GUARD / FORWARD

HGT 6’5”

WGT 215

DOB 5-12-80

FROM KENTUCKY

Acquired: From Orlando on November 1, 2004, for Brandon Hunter Departed: Traded to Houston for Lonny Baxter on February 9, 2006 YEAR GP GS Min. FGM FGA PCT. 3FGM 3FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. REB AST ST TO 2004-05 74 42 1791 262 688 .381 57 173 .329 133 183 .727 226 135 68 122 2005-06 39 9 848 114 288 .396 33 98 .337 80 105 .762 106 45 39 41 Totals 113 51 2639 376 976 .385 90 271 .332 213 288 .739 332 180 107 163 EARL BOYKINS

NO. 11

POS GUARD

HGT 5’5”

WGT 133

DOB 6-2-76

BS PTS AVG. 8 714 9.6 3 341 8.7 11 1055 9.3

FROM EASTERN MICHIGAN

Acquired: Signed as a free agent on January 31, 2007 Departed: Became an unrestricted free agent after the 2007-08 season YEAR GP GS Min. FGM FGA PCT. 3FGM 3FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. REB AST ST TO BS PTS AVG. .355 14 44 .318 49 59 .831 34 96 13 41 0 185 5.1 2007-08 36 0 577 61 172 .355 14 44 .318 49 59 .831 34 96 13 41 0 185 5.1 Totals 36 0 577 61 172 NO. 7

POS CENTER

HGT WGT DOB 7’1” 255 10-2-79

FROM SLOVENIA

Acquired: Chosen in Charlotte Expansion Selection on June 22, 2004 Departed: Traded to Detroit with Walter Herrmann for Nazr Mohammed on December 14, 2007 YEAR GP GS Min. FGM FGA PCT. 3FGM 3FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. REB AST ST TO BS PTS AVG. 2004-05 72 72 2276 387 756 .512 0 0 ---- 164 220 .745 531 86 33 55 106 938 13.0 2005-06 79 79 2165 409 791 .517 0 2 .000 164 224 .732 440 45 19 85 32 982 12.4 2006-07 58 40 838 122 274 .445 1 3 .333 43 68 .632 184 23 11 38 23 288 5.0 2007-08 20 18 267 17 43 .395 0 0 ---- 3 5 .600 44 6 0 15 3 37 1.9 Totals 229 209 5546 935 1864 .502 1 5 .200 374 517 .723 1199 160 63 193 164 2245 9.8

MISC.

154

POS GUARD

Acquired: 2012 draft rights (seventh overall pick) on June 23, 2011, from Sacramento in a three-team trade in which the Bobcats also acquired Corey Maggette from Milwaukee and sent Stephen Jackson, Shaun Livingston and the draft rights to Tobias Harris (19th overall pick) to Milwaukee YEAR GP GS Min. FGM FGA PCT. 3FGM 3FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. REB AST ST TO BS PTS AVG. 2011-12 63 41 1455 129 278 .464 0 0 ---- 69 143 .483 368 27 20 71 115 327 5.2 2012-13 80 65 2186 156 346 .451 0 0 ---- 74 142 .521 582 35 28 82 143 386 4.8 Totals 143 106 3641 285 624 .456 0 0 ---- 143 285 .502 950 62 48 153 258 713 5.0

PRIMOZ BREZEC

NBA

NO. 19

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HISTORY ALL-TIME ROSTER NO. 1

POS Forward

HGT WGT DOB 6’9” 245 5-12-81

FROM DePaul

DERRICK BROWN

NO. 4

POS Forward

HGT WGT DOB 6’7” 225 9-8-87

FROM Xavier

BBALL OPS

Acquired: Signed as a free agent on September 27, 2008 Departed: Waived on November 19, 2008 YEAR GP GS Min. FGM FGA PCT. 3FGM 3FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. REB AST ST TO BS PTS AVG. 2008-09 4 0 41 1 7 .143 0 0 ---- 2 2 1.000 12 1 1 5 0 4 1.0 2008-09 4 0 41 1 7 .143 0 0 ---- 2 2 1.000 12 1 1 5 0 4 1.0

FRONT OFFICE

ANDRE BROWN

Acquired: Drafted by Charlotte with the 40th overall pick in the 2009 NBA Draft Departed: Waived on February 24, 2011 Acquired: Signed as a free agent on December 20, 2012 Departed: Became an unrestricted free agent after the 2011-12 season YEAR GP GS Min. FGM FGA PCT. 3FGM 3FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. REB AST ST TO BS PTS AVG. 2009-10 57 0 535 68 147 .463 2 7 .286 48 72 .667 78 19 21 19 10 186 3.3 2010-11 41 1 488 62 113 .549 2 6 .333 25 47 .532 84 29 16 28 8 151 3.7 2011-12 65 17 1443 212 409 .518 6 24 .250 94 141 .667 236 67 48 55 12 524 8.1 Totals 163 18 2466 342 669 .511 10 37 .270 167 260 .642 398 115 85 102 30 861 5.3

PLAYERS

KWAME BROWN

12-13 REVIEW

NO. 54

POS CENTER

HGT 6’11”

WGT 270

DOB 3-10-82

FROM Glynn Academy HS (GA)

SHANNON BROWN

NO. 12

POS Guard

HGT 6’4”

WGT 211

DOB 11-29-85

FROM Michigan State

KEVIN BURLESON

NO. 12

POS Guard

HGT WGT DOB 6’3” 205 9-4-79

FROM Minnesota

NO. 13 / 33

POS Guard

HGT 6’6”

WGT 212

DOB 8-28-80

HISTORY

Acquired: Signed as a free agent on August 31, 2005 Departed: Became an unrestricted after the 2005-06 season YEAR GP GS Min. FGM FGA PCT. 3FGM 3FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. REB AST ST TO BS PTS AVG. 2005-06 16 1 201 16 49 .327 8 19 .421 9 12 .750 29 37 9 19 1 49 3.1 Totals 16 1 201 16 49 .327 8 19 .421 9 12 .750 29 37 9 19 1 49 3.1 MATT CARROLL

PLAYOFFS

Acquired: Signed as a free agent on August 6, 2008 Departed: Traded to L.A. Lakers with Adam Morrison for Vladimir Radmanovic on February 7, 2009 YEAR GP GS Min. FGM FGA PCT. 3FGM 3FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. REB AST ST TO BS PTS AVG. 2008-09 30 0 341 56 123 .455 8 28 .286 24 30 .800 24 28 18 29 5 144 4.8 Totals 30 0 341 56 123 .455 8 28 .286 24 30 .800 24 28 18 29 5 144 4.8

RECORDS

Acquired: Signed as a free agent on August 24, 2010 Departed: Departed: Became an unrestricted free agent after the 2010-11 season YEAR GP GS Min. FGM FGA PCT. 3FGM 3FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. REB AST ST TO BS PTS AVG. 2010-11 66 50 1714 194 375 .517 0 0 ---- 136 231 .589 450 43 26 69 39 524 7.9 Totals 66 50 1714 194 375 .517 0 0 ---- 136 231 .589 450 43 26 69 39 524 7.9

FROM Notre Dame

MISC.

bobcats.com

NBA

Acquired: Signed as a free agent on February 23, 2005 Departed: Traded to Dallas with Ryan Hollins for DeSagana Diop on January 16, 2009 Acquired: From Dallas with Erick Dampier and Eduardo Najera on July 13, 2010 in exchange for Alexis Ajinca and Tyson Chandler Departed: Traded to New Orleans for Hakim Warrick on November 12, 2012 YEAR GP GS Min. FGM FGA PCT. 3FGM 3FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. REB AST ST TO BS PTS AVG. 2004-05 25 0 430 70 180 .389 13 39 .333 71 83 .855 60 17 17 25 2 224 9.0 2005-06 78 6 1275 192 476 .403 72 185 .389 138 168 .821 157 35 47 48 11 594 7.6 2006-07 72 47 1878 285 658 .433 111 267 .416 188 208 .904 207 91 53 73 9 869 12.1 2007-08 80 18 2016 252 589 .428 105 241 .436 111 138 .804 226 73 46 58 19 720 9.0 2008-09 34 10 475 56 138 .406 12 45 .267 15 19 .789 55 24 18 26 5 139 4.1 2010-11 54 1 582 89 199 .447 17 46 .370 40 52 .769 68 23 17 23 6 235 4.4 2011-12 53 2 596 52 157 .331 8 43 .186 30 38 .789 58 38 16 24 7 142 2.7 2012-13 1 0 6 0 0 ---- 0 0 ---- 0 0 ---- 0 1 0 0 0 0 0.0 Totals 397 84 7258 996 2397 .416 338 866 .390 593 706 .840 831 302 214 277 59 2923 7.4

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HISTORY

PLAYERS

BBALL OPS

FRONT OFFICE

ALL-TIME ROSTER TYSON CHANDLER

SHERRON COLLINS

12-13 REVIEW RECORDS PLAYOFFS HISTORY NBA

HGT 7’1”

WGT 235

DOB 10-2-82

FROM Dominguez HS (CA)

NO. 11

POS GUARD

HGT WGT DOB 5’11” 220 3-18-87

FROM KANSAS

Acquired: Signed as a free agent on August 6, 2010 Departed: Waived on February 24, 2011 YEAR GP GS Min. FGM FGA PCT. 3FGM 3FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. REB AST ST TO BS PTS AVG. 2010-11 20 0 66 7 25 .280 2 10 .200 1 1 1.000 5 8 2 4 0 17 0.9 Totals 20 0 66 7 25 .280 2 10 .200 1 1 1.000 5 8 2 4 0 17 0.9 NO. 44

POS FORWARD

HGT WGT DOB 6’8” 230 4-22-87

FROM Villanova

Acquired: From Portland with Sean Marks, Joel Przybilla, two first-round draft picks and cash considerations on February 24, 2011 in exchange for Gerald Wallace Departed: Became an unrestricted free agent after the 2010-11 season YEAR GP GS Min. FGM FGA PCT. 3FGM 3FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. REB AST ST TO BS PTS AVG. 2010-11 22 9 529 92 181 .508 1 9 .111 13 17 .765 88 13 15 18 11 198 9.0 Totals 22 9 529 92 181 .508 1 9 .111 13 17 .765 88 13 15 18 11 198 9.0 JERMAREO DAVIDSON

NO. POS 33 Forward/Center

HGT WGT DOB 6’10” 230 11-17-84

FROM Alabama

Acquired: 2007 draft rights from Golden State (38th overall pick) with Jason Richardson on June 28, 2007, in exchange for draft rights to Brandan Wright (eighth overall pick) Departed: Waived on October 27, 2008 YEAR GP GS Min. FGM FGA PCT. 3FGM 3FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. REB AST ST TO BS PTS AVG. 2007-08 38 2 322 51 125 .408 0 0 ---- 18 28 .643 62 13 7 17 15 120 3.2 Totals 38 2 322 51 125 .408 0 0 ---- 18 28 .643 62 13 7 17 15 120 3.2 BORIS DIAW

NO. 32

POS Forward

HGT WGT DOB 6’8” 235 4-16-82

FROM France

Acquired: From Phoenix with Raja Bell and Sean Singletary on December 10, 2008, for Jared Dudley and Jason Richardson Departed: Waived on March 21, 2012 YEAR GP GS Min. FGM FGA PCT. 3FGM 3FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. REB AST ST TO BS PTS AVG. 2008-09 59 59 2216 368 743 .495 70 167 .419 83 121 .686 348 287 50 178 44 889 15.1 2009-10 82 82 2906 373 773 .483 66 206 .320 113 147 .769 424 325 60 178 57 925 11.3 2010-11 82 82 2778 381 774 .492 78 226 .345 84 123 .683 414 337 74 166 46 924 11.3 2011-12 37 28 1018 116 283 .410 23 86 .267 17 27 .630 195 158 20 84 19 272 7.4 Totals 260 251 8918 1238 2573 .481 237 685 .346 297 418 .711 1381 1107 204 606 166 3010 11.6 DESAGANA DIOP

MISC.

POS Center

Acquired: From New Orleans on July 28, 2009 in exchange for Emeka Okafor Departed: Traded to Dallas with Alexis Ajinca in exchange for Matt Carroll, Erick Dampier and Eduardo Najera on July 13, 2010 YEAR GP GS Min. FGM FGA PCT. 3FGM 3FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. REB AST ST TO BS PTS AVG. 2009-10 51 27 1163 109 190 .574 0 0 ---- 115 157 .732 320 16 17 91 55 333 6.5 Totals 51 27 1163 109 190 .574 0 0 ---- 115 157 .732 320 16 17 91 55 333 6.5

DANTE CUNNINGHAM

156

NO. 6

NO. 7/2

POS Center

HGT 7’0”

WGT 280

DOB 1-30-82

FROM Oak Hill Academy (VA)

Acquired: From Dallas on January 16, 2009, for Matt Carroll and Ryan Hollins Departed: Became an unrestricted free agent after the 2012-13 season YEAR GP GS Min. FGM FGA PCT. 3FGM 3FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. REB AST ST TO BS PTS AVG. 2008-09 41 1 584 52 113 .460 0 0 ---- 10 37 .270 155 19 17 28 31 114 2.8 2009-10 27 0 262 15 29 .517 0 0 ---- 2 9 .222 65 5 5 12 14 32 1.2 2010-11 16 0 181 8 24 .333 0 0 ---- 4 11 .364 40 7 4 11 15 20 1.3 2011-12 27 9 325 15 42 .357 0 0 ---- 1 6 .167 85 23 6 19 13 31 1.1 2012-13 22 1 226 8 27 .296 0 1 .000 0 1 .000 51 13 5 8 16 16 0.7 Totals 133 11 1578 98 235 .417 0 1 .000 17 64 .265 396 67 37 78 89 213 1.6

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HISTORY ALL-TIME ROSTER NO. 4

POS Forward

HGT 6’7”

WGT 225

DOB 7-10-85

FROM Boston COLLEGE

MELVIN ELY

NO. 2

POS Forward / Center

HGT 6’10”

WGT 255

DOB 5-2-78

FROM Fresno State

NO. 20

POS Guard

HGT 6’1”

WGT 198

DOB 6-26-84

FROM North Carolina

NO. 8

POS GUard

HGT WGT DOB 6’3” 200 4-4-83

FROM Connecticut

Acquired: From Detroit with a future first round draft pick on June 26, 2012, for Corey Maggette YEAR GP GS Min. FGM FGA PCT. 3FGM 3FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. REB AST ST TO BS PTS AVG. 2012-13 75 0 1560 310 760 .408 113 292 .387 107 127 .843 130 141 35 136 16 840 11.2 Totals 75 0 1560 310 760 .408 113 292 .387 107 127 .843 130 141 35 136 16 840 11.2 NO. 23

POS Forward

HGT 6’6”

WGT 215

DOB 6-11-82

FROM Oklahoma State

Acquired: Signed as a free agent on September 29, 2009 Departed: Became an unrestricted free agent after the 2009-10 season YEAR GP GS Min. FGM FGA PCT. 3FGM 3FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. REB AST ST TO BS PTS AVG. 2009-10 70 8 804 119 240 .496 16 50 .320 42 65 .646 135 23 20 36 10 296 4.2 Totals 70 8 804 119 240 .496 16 50 .320 42 65 .646 135 23 20 36 10 296 4.2 NO. POS 24 Forward/Center

HGT WGT DOB 6’9” 235 1-31-74

FROM Georgetown

bobcats.com

MISC.

Acquired: Signed as a free agent on July 19, 2006 Departed: Became an unrestricted free agent after the 2007-08 season YEAR GP GS Min. FGM FGA PCT. 3FGM 3FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. REB AST ST TO BS PTS AVG. 2006-07 26 0 220 25 56 .446 0 0 ---- 17 22 .773 38 6 1 15 1 67 2.6 2007-08 22 0 166 18 42 .429 0 0 ---- 10 16 .625 42 4 1 11 4 46 2.1 Totals 48 0 386 43 98 .439 0 0 ---- 27 38 .711 80 10 2 26 5 113 2.4

NBA

OTHELLA HARRINGTON

HISTORY

STEPHEN GRAHAM

PLAYOFFS

ben gordon

BS PTS AVG. 8 948 11.9 10 1093 14.0 12 1140 14.4 30 1162 14.2 22 968 12.1 82 5311 13.3

RECORDS

Acquired: Drafted by Charlotte with the fifth overall pick in the 2005 NBA Draft Departed: Became an unrestricted free agent after the 2009-10 season YEAR GP GS Min. FGM FGA PCT. 3FGM 3FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. REB AST ST TO 2005-06 80 54 2406 345 883 .391 97 271 .358 161 222 .725 265 446 102 182 2006-07 78 75 2832 393 1024 .384 103 312 .330 204 256 .797 267 545 118 230 2007-08 79 79 2972 412 997 .413 56 200 .280 260 325 .800 236 583 96 213 2008-09 82 81 3086 442 1083 .408 59 207 .285 219 272 .805 310 553 136 228 2009-10 80 80 2643 388 846 .459 60 156 .385 132 173 .763 288 446 123 168 Totals 399 369 13939 1980 4833 .410 375 1146 .327 976 1248 .782 1366 2573 575 1021

12-13 REVIEW

RAYMOND FELTON

PLAYERS

Acquired: From L.A. Clippers with Eddie House on July 14, 2004, for 2005 & 2006 second round draft picks Departed: Traded to San Antonio for Eric Williams on February 13, 2007 YEAR GP GS Min. FGM FGA PCT. 3FGM 3FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. REB AST ST TO BS PTS AVG. 2004-05 79 17 1649 227 526 .432 0 0 ---- 122 212 .575 326 76 32 115 69 576 7.3 2005-06 57 22 1348 216 425 .508 0 2 .000 128 192 .667 277 76 29 100 44 560 9.8 2006-07 24 0 244 23 60 .383 0 0 ---- 24 35 .686 39 14 2 23 6 70 2.9 Totals 160 39 3241 466 1011 .460 0 2 .000 274 439 .624 642 166 63 238 119 1206 7.5

BBALL OPS

Acquired: Drafted by Charlotte with the 22nd overall pick in the 2007 NBA Draft Departed: Traded to Phoenix with Jason Richardson for Raja Bell, Boris Diaw and Sean Singletary on December 10, 2009 YEAR GP GS Min. FGM FGA PCT. 3FGM 3FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. REB AST ST TO BS PTS AVG. 2007-08 73 14 1384 163 348 .468 9 41 .220 87 118 .737 286 81 55 50 10 422 5.8 2008-09 20 7 427 45 96 .469 3 8 .375 15 24 .625 59 19 18 10 2 108 5.4 Totals 111 10 1352 90 208 .433 0 0 ---- 17 63 .270 345 54 32 70 73 197 1.8

FRONT OFFICE

JARED DUDLEY

157


HISTORY

JASON HART

NO. 1

POS Guard

HGT WGT DOB 6’3” 185 4-29-78

FROM Syracuse

Acquired: Signed as a free agent on July 14, 2004 Departed: Traded to Sacramento for a future second round draft pick on August 2, 2005 YEAR GP GS Min. FGM FGA PCT. 3FGM 3FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. REB AST ST TO BS PTS AVG. 2004-05 74 27 1887 257 573 .449 57 173 .368 157 200 .785 203 367 99 102 14 706 9.5 Totals 74 27 1887 257 573 .449 57 173 .368 157 200 .785 203 367 99 102 14 706 9.5 brendan haywood

NO. POS 33 center

HGT 7’0”

WGT 263

DOB FROM 11-27-89 north carolina

Acquired: Awarded off waivers from Dallas on July 14, 2012 after the Mavericks designated him as the team’s amnesty player YEAR GP GS Min. FGM FGA PCT. 3FGM 3FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. REB AST ST TO BS PTS AVG. 2012-13 61 17 1162 93 216 .431 0 1 .000 30 66 .455 290 29 16 50 49 216 3.5 Totals 61 17 1162 93 216 .431 0 1 .000 30 66 .455 290 29 16 50 49 216 3.5 GERALD HENDERSON

NO. 15/9

POS Guard

HGT WGT DOB 6’5” 215 12-9-87

FROM Duke

Acquired: Drafted by Charlotte with the 12th overall pick in the 2009 NBA Draft YEAR GP GS Min. FGM FGA PCT. 3FGM 3FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. REB AST ST TO BS PTS AVG. 2009-10 43 0 355 37 104 .356 4 19 .211 35 47 .745 55 13 10 14 9 113 2.6 2010-11 68 30 1661 259 570 .454 7 36 .194 128 163 .785 207 101 50 64 32 653 9.6 2011-12 55 55 1831 332 723 .459 11 47 .234 155 204 .760 225 126 49 100 20 830 15.1 2012-13 68 58 2133 382 855 .447 33 100 .330 258 313 .824 250 177 68 108 34 1055 15.5 Totals 234 63 5980 1010 2252 .448 55 202 .272 576 727 .792 737 417 177 286 95 2651 11.3 WALTER HERRMANN

NO. 5

POS Forward

HGT WGT DOB from 6’9” 225 6-26-79 Argentina

PLAYOFFS

Acquired: Signed as a free agent on July 19, 2006 Departed: Traded to Detroit with Primoz Brezec for Nazr Mohammed on December 14, 2007 YEAR GP GS Min. FGM FGA PCT. 3FGM 3FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. REB AST ST TO BS PTS AVG. 2006-07 48 12 936 174 330 .527 53 115 .461 41 53 .774 139 26 17 32 7 442 9.2 2007-08 17 0 174 25 65 .385 9 26 .346 9 10 .900 36 4 4 4 0 68 4.0 Totals 65 12 1110 199 395 .504 62 141 .440 50 63 .794 175 30 21 36 7 510 7.9 CORY HIGGINS

HISTORY

RECORDS

12-13 REVIEW

PLAYERS

BBALL OPS

FRONT OFFICE

ALL-TIME ROSTER

Acquired: Claimed off waivers from Denver on December 25, 2011 Departed: Waived on December 9, 2012 YEAR GP GS Min. FGM FGA PCT. 3FGM 3FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. REB AST ST TO BS PTS AVG. 2011-12 38 0 423 52 160 .325 4 20 .200 42 60 .700 35 36 5 39 6 150 3.9 2012-13 6 0 32 6 19 .316 1 5 .200 1 2 .500 3 5 3 0 0 14 2.3 Totals 44 0 455 58 179 .324 5 25 .200 43 62 .693 38 41 8 39 6 164 3.7 NO. 1/15

158

POS GUard

POS Center

HGT WGT DOB from 6’5” 180 6-14-89 Colorado

HGT WGT DOB 7’0” 230 10-10-84

FROM UCLA

Acquired: Drafted by Charlotte with the 50th overall pick in the 2006 NBA Draft Departed: Traded to Dallas with Matt Carroll for DeSagana Diop on January 16, 2009 YEAR GP GS Min. FGM FGA PCT. 3FGM 3FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. REB AST ST TO BS PTS AVG. 2006-07 27 0 185 20 36 .556 0 0 ---- 24 40 .600 31 1 4 16 7 64 2.4 2007-08 60 1 532 46 94 .489 0 0 ---- 55 82 .671 107 14 10 25 30 147 2.5 2008-09 18 1 184 19 35 .543 0 0 ---- 26 39 .667 36 4 3 10 17 64 3.6 Totals 105 2 901 85 165 .515 0 0 ---- 105 161 .652 174 19 17 51 54 275 2.6

MISC.

NBA

RYAN HOLLINS

NO. 11

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HISTORY ALL-TIME ROSTER NO. 5

POS Guard

HGT 6’1”

WGT 175

DOB 5-14-78

FROM Arizona State

JUWAN HOWARD

NO. 5

POS Forward

HGT WGT DOB 6’9” 250 2-7-73

FROM Michigan

LARRY HUGHES

NO. 0

POS Guard

HGT 6’5”

WGT 185

DOB 1-23-79

FROM St. Louis

POS Guard/Forward

HGT 6’8”

WGT 215

DOB 4-5-78

FROM Oak Hill Academy (VA)

DONTELL JEFFERSON

NO. 2

POS Guard

HGT WGT DOB 6’5” 195 12-15-83

FROM Arkansas

LINTON JOHNSON III

NO. 43

POS Forward

HGT WGT DOB 6’8” 205 6-13-80

FROM Tulane

NO. 27

POS Forward

HGT 6’10

WGT 251

DOB 6-9-83

NBA

Acquired: Signed as a free agent on October 28, 2008 Departed: Waived on November 19, 2008 YEAR GP GS Min. FGM FGA PCT. 3FGM 3FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. REB AST ST TO BS PTS AVG. 2008-09 2 0 13 0 0 ---- 0 0 ---- 0 0 ---- 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 Totals 2 0 13 0 0 ---- 0 0 ---- 0 0 ---- 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 DWAYNE JONES

HISTORY

Acquired: Signed as a free agent on March 11, 2009 Departed: Became an unrestricted free agent after the 2008-09 season YEAR GP GS Min. FGM FGA PCT. 3FGM 3FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. REB AST ST TO BS PTS AVG. 2008-09 6 0 84 11 22 .500 1 2 .500 6 9 .667 12 9 4 6 1 29 4.8 Totals 6 0 84 11 22 .500 1 2 .500 6 9 .667 12 9 4 6 1 29 4.8

PLAYOFFS

Acquired: From Golden State with Acie Law on November 16, 2009, for Raja Bell and Vladimir Radmanovic. Departed: Traded to Milwaukee with Shaun Livingston and the draft rights to Tobias Harris as part of a three-team trade in which the Bobcats acquired Corey Maggette from Milwaukee and the draft rights to Bismack Biyombo from Sacramento on June 23, 2011 YEAR GP GS Min. FGM FGA PCT. 3FGM 3FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. REB AST ST TO BS PTS AVG. 2009-10 72 72 2829 544 1285 .423 118 353 .334 312 397 .786 366 258 118 233 37 1518 21.1 2010-11 67 67 2405 435 1059 .411 121 359 .337 249 305 .816 304 241 80 209 28 1240 18.5 Totals 139 139 5234 979 2344 .417 239 712 .336 462 702 .658 670 499 198 442 65 2758 19.8

RECORDS

NO. 1

12-13 REVIEW

Acquired: Signed as a free agent on March 13, 2010 Departed: Became an unrestricted free agent after the 2009-10 season YEAR GP GS Min. FGM FGA PCT. 3FGM 3FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. REB AST ST TO BS PTS AVG. 2009-10 14 2 295 35 107 .327 15 42 .357 29 34 .853 32 28 12 19 4 114 8.1 Totals 14 2 295 35 107 .327 15 42 .357 29 34 .853 32 28 12 19 4 114 8.1 STEPHEN JACKSON

PLAYERS

Acquired: Signed as a free agent on December 12, 2008 Departed: Became an unrestricted free agent after the 2008-09 season YEAR GP GS Min. FGM FGA PCT. 3FGM 3FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. REB AST ST TO BS PTS AVG. 2008-09 39 2 450 74 145 .510 0 0 ---- 23 34 .676 72 24 6 26 5 171 4.4 Totals 39 2 450 74 145 .510 0 0 ---- 23 34 .676 72 24 6 26 5 171 4.4

BBALL OPS

Acquired: From L.A. Clippers with Melvin Ely on July 14, 2004, for 2005 and 2006 second round draft picks Departed: Waived on December 4, 2004 YEAR GP GS Min. FGM FGA PCT. 3FGM 3FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. REB AST ST TO BS PTS AVG. 2004-05 13 5 300 61 135 .452 12 29 .414 10 13 .769 19 24 24 13 3 144 11.1 Totals 13 5 300 61 135 .452 12 29 .414 10 13 .769 19 24 24 13 3 144 11.1

FRONT OFFICE

EDDIE HOUSE

FROM St. Joseph’s

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MISC.

Acquired: Signed as a free agent on November 24, 2008 Departed: Waived on December 12, 2008 YEAR GP GS Min. FGM FGA PCT. 3FGM 3FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. REB AST ST TO BS PTS AVG. 2008-09 6 0 52 4 7 .571 0 0 ---- 4 6 .667 12 0 0 4 1 12 2.0 Totals 6 0 52 4 7 .571 0 0 ---- 4 6 .667 12 0 0 4 1 12 2.0

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HISTORY

PLAYERS

BBALL OPS

FRONT OFFICE

ALL-TIME ROSTER JUMAINE JONES

JASON KAPONO

12-13 REVIEW RECORDS PLAYOFFS HISTORY NBA

HGT WGT DOB 6’8” 242 2-10-79

FROM Georgia

NO. 24

POS Forward

HGT WGT DOB 6’8” 213 2-4-81

FROM UCLA

Acquired: Chosen in Charlotte Expansion Selection on June 22, 2004 Departed: Became an unrestricted free agent after the 2004-05 season YEAR GP GS Min. FGM FGA PCT. 3FGM 3FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. REB AST ST TO BS PTS AVG. 2004-05 81 14 1491 269 671 .401 80 194 .412 70 85 .824 164 61 40 46 6 688 8.5 Totals 81 14 1491 269 671 .401 80 194 .412 70 85 .824 164 61 40 46 6 688 8.5 NO. 14

POS Forward

HGT WGT DOB 6’7” 232 9-26-93

FROM KENTUCKY

Acquired: Drafted with the second overall pick in the 2013 NBA Draft YEAR GP GS Min. FGM FGA PCT. 3FGM 3FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. REB AST ST TO BS PTS AVG. 2012-13 78 77 2025 281 613 .458 2 9 .222 140 187 .749 455 117 54 101 70 704 9.0 Totals 78 77 2025 281 613 .458 2 9 .222 140 187 .749 455 117 54 101 70 704 9.0 BREVIN KNIGHT

NO. 22

POS Guard

HGT WGT DOB 5’10” 170 11-8-75

FROM Stanford

Acquired: Signed as a free agent on August 31, 2004 Departed: Waived on June 29, 2007 YEAR GP GS Min. FGM FGA PCT. 3FGM 3FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. REB AST ST TO 2004-05 66 61 1944 248 587 .422 3 20 .150 167 196 .852 170 591 131 147 2005-06 69 67 2351 308 772 .399 3 13 .231 252 314 .803 223 610 157 164 2006-07 45 25 1273 152 363 .419 1 18 .056 103 128 .805 115 296 67 95 Totals 180 153 5568 708 1722 .411 7 51 .137 522 638 .818 508 1497 355 406 ACIE LAW

NO. 2

POS Guard

HGT 6’3”

WGT 202

DOB 1-25-85

BS PTS AVG. 5 666 10.1 4 871 12.6 3 408 9.1 12 1945 10.8

FROM Texas A&M

Acquired: From Golden State with Stephen Jackson on November 16, 2009, for Raja Bell and Vladimir Radmanovic Departed: Traded to Chicago with Ronald “Flip” Murray and a future first-round draft pick for Tyrus Thomas on February 18, 2010 YEAR GP GS Min. FGM FGA PCT. 3FGM 3FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. REB AST ST TO BS PTS AVG. 2009-10 9 0 33 5 16 .313 0 1 .000 6 7 .857 1 3 1 3 1 16 1.8 Totals 9 0 33 5 16 .313 0 1 .000 6 7 .857 1 3 1 3 1 16 1.8 SHAUN LIVINGSTON

NO. 2

POS Guard

HGT 6’7”

WGT 190

DOB 9-11-85

FROM Peoria Central HS (IL)

Acquired: Signed as a free agent on July 20, 2010 Departed: Traded to Milwaukee with Stephen Jackson and the draft rights to Tobias Harris as part of a three-team trade in which the Bobcats acquired Corey Maggette from Milwaukee and the draft rights to Bismack Biyombo from Sacramento on June 23, 2011 YEAR GP GS Min. FGM FGA PCT. 3FGM 3FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. REB AST ST TO BS PTS AVG. 2010-11 73 0 1261 185 397 .466 1 4 .250 108 125 .864 149 164 47 88 29 479 6.6 Totals 73 0 1261 185 397 .466 1 4 .250 108 125 .864 149 164 47 88 29 479 6.6 COREY MAGGETTE

MISC.

POS Forward

Acquired: From L. A. Lakers on October 26, 2005, for a second round draft pick Departed: Became an unrestricted free agent after the 2005-06 season YEAR GP GS Min. FGM FGA PCT. 3FGM 3FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. REB AST ST TO BS PTS AVG. 2005-06 76 42 2089 298 736 .405 115 335 .343 88 121 .727 376 63 68 74 22 799 10.5 Totals 76 42 2089 298 736 .405 115 335 .343 88 121 .727 376 63 68 74 22 799 10.5

MICHAEL KIDD-GILCHRIST

160

NO. 33

NO. 50

POS Forward

HGT WGT DOB 6’6” 225 11-12-79

FROM DUKE

Acquired: From Milwaukee as part of a three-team trade on June 23, 2011 in which the Bobcats also acquired the draft rights to Bismack Biyombo from Sacramento and sent Stephen Jackson, Shaun Livingston and the draft rights to Tobias Harris to Milwuakee Departed: Traded to Detroit for Ben Gordon and a future first-round draft pick on June 26, 2012 YEAR GP GS Min. FGM FGA PCT. 3FGM 3FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. REB AST ST TO BS PTS AVG. 2011-12 32 28 881 139 373 .373 24 66 .364 178 208 .856 125 39 23 59 1 480 15.0 Totals 32 28 881 139 373 .373 24 66 .364 178 208 .856 125 39 23 59 1 480 15.0

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HISTORY ALL-TIME ROSTER NO. 1

POS Forward

HGT 6’7”

WGT 220

DOB 11-20-84

FROM Kansas State

SEAN MAY

NO. 42

POS Forward

HGT 6’9”

WGT 266

DOB 4-4-84

FROM North Carolina

NO. 5

POS FORWARD

HGT 6’9”

WGT 235

DOB 10-20-85

FROM Fresno State

Acquired: Signed as a free agent on July 22, 2010 Departed: Became an unrestricted free agent after the 2010-11 season YEAR GP GS Min. FGM FGA PCT. 3FGM 3FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. REB AST ST TO BS PTS AVG. 2010-11 52 8 760 72 182 .396 0 2 .000 30 39 .769 199 43 10 25 33 174 3.3 Totals 52 8 760 72 182 .396 0 2 .000 30 39 .769 199 43 10 25 33 174 3.3 NO. 0

POS Guard

HGT 6’4”

WGT 190

DOB 10-22-74

FROM North Carolina

Josh mcroberts

NO. POS 11 forward

HGT WGT DOB FROM 6’10” 240 2-28-87 duke

NO. 6 / 13

POS Center

HGT 6’10”

WGT 250

DOB 9-5-77

HISTORY

Acquired: From Orlando on February 21, 2013, for Hakim Warrick YEAR GP GS Min. FGM FGA PCT. 3FGM 3FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. REB AST ST TO BS PTS AVG. 2012-13 26 19 802 96 190 .505 7 29 .241 43 55 .782 188 71 22 38 15 242 9.3 Totals 26 19 802 96 190 .505 7 29 .241 43 55 .782 188 71 22 38 15 242 9.3 NAZR MOHAMMED

PLAYOFFS

Acquired: From New Jersey on January 4, 2007, for Bernard Robinson Departed: Waived on February 29, 2008 YEAR GP GS Min. FGM FGA PCT. 3FGM 3FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. REB AST ST TO BS PTS AVG. 2006-07 38 3 702 71 181 .392 1 8 .125 22 32 .688 62 124 14 42 0 165 4.3 2007-08 54 26 1410 108 249 .434 3 19 .158 23 30 .767 96 220 23 76 3 242 4.5 Totals 92 27 2112 179 430 .416 4 27 .148 45 62 .726 158 344 37 118 3 407 4.4

RECORDS

JEFF MCINNIS

12-13 REVIEW

DOMINIC MCGUIRE

PLAYERS

Acquired: Drafted by Charlotte with the 13th overall pick in the 2005 NBA Draft Departed: Became an unrestricted free agent after the 2008-09 season YEAR GP GS Min. FGM FGA PCT. 3FGM 3FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. REB AST ST TO BS PTS AVG. 2005-06 23 1 398 70 171 .409 0 5 .000 49 64 .766 109 22 17 33 12 189 8.2 2006-07 35 8 838 164 328 .500 2 3 .667 86 112 .768 233 66 19 56 24 416 11.9 2007-08 Missed season after undergoing microfracture surgery on his right knee 2008-09 24 12 301 39 98 .398 1 1 1.000 14 20 .700 69 10 5 26 4 93 3.9 Totals 82 21 1537 273 597 .457 3 9 .333 149 196 .760 411 98 41 115 40 698 8.5

BBALL OPS

Acquired: Signed as a free agent on January 29, 2009 Departed: Became an unrestricted free agent after the 2008-09 season YEAR GP GS Min. FGM FGA PCT. 3FGM 3FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. REB AST ST TO BS PTS AVG. 2008-09 33 1 266 28 77 .364 10 33 .303 20 25 .800 33 13 8 9 4 86 2.6 Totals 33 1 266 28 77 .364 10 33 .303 20 25 .800 33 13 8 9 4 86 2.6

FRONT OFFICE

CARTIER MARTIN

FROM Kentucky NBA

Acquired: From Detroit on December 14, 2007, for Primoz Brezec and Walter Herrmann Departed: Traded to Oklahoma City in exchange for Morris Peterson and DJ White on February 24, 2011 YEAR GP GS Min. FGM FGA PCT. 3FGM 3FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. REB AST ST TO BS PTS AVG. 2007-08 61 29 1422 244 469 .520 0 0 ---- 82 133 .617 421 66 38 90 52 570 9.3 2008-09 39 1 341 41 101 .406 0 0 ---- 22 40 .550 79 8 5 23 16 104 2.7 2009-10 58 29 984 189 342 .553 0 0 ---- 81 125 .648 304 28 15 53 43 459 7.9 2010-11 51 30 851 159 317 .502 0 1 .000 52 88 .591 252 17 14 51 46 370 7.3 Totals 209 89 3598 633 1229 .515 0 1 .000 237 386 .614 1056 119 72 217 157 1503 7.2

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HISTORY

HISTORY

PLAYOFFS

RECORDS

12-13 REVIEW

PLAYERS

BBALL OPS

FRONT OFFICE

ALL-TIME ROSTER JAMARIO MOON

NBA MISC.

POS FORWARD

HGT 6’8”

WGT 215

DOB 6-13-80

FROM Meridian CC (MS)

Acquired: Signed as a free agent on April 15, 2012 Departed: Became a free agent after the 2011-12 season YEAR GP GS Min. FGM FGA PCT. 3FGM 3FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. REB AST ST TO BS PTS AVG. 2011-12 8 0 123 7 24 .292 2 10 .200 2 2 1.000 22 5 1 8 5 18 2.3 Totals 8 0 123 7 24 .292 2 10 .200 2 2 1.000 22 5 1 8 5 18 2.3 ADAM MORRISON

NO. 35

POS Guard / Forward

HGT 6’8”

WGT 205

DOB 7-19-84

FROM Gonzaga

Acquired: Drafted by Charlotte with the third overall pick in the 2006 NBA Draft Departed: Traded to L.A. Lakers with Shannon Brown for Vladimir Radmanovic on February 7, 2009 YEAR GP GS Min. FGM FGA PCT. 3FGM 3FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. REB AST ST TO BS PTS AVG. 2006-07 78 23 2326 355 944 .376 87 258 .337 120 169 .710 230 163 28 130 6 917 11.8 2007-08 Missed season after surgery to repair a torn ACL in his left knee 2008-09 44 5 667 76 211 .360 31 92 .337 16 21 .762 72 38 9 29 4 199 4.5 Totals 122 28 2993 431 1155 .373 118 350 .337 136 190 .716 302 201 37 159 10 1116 9.2 BYRON MULLENS

NO. 22

POS FORWARD/CENTER

HGT 7’0”

WGT 275

DOB 2-14-89

FROM Ohio State

Acquired: From Oklahoma City on December 19, 2011 for a 2013 second-round draft pick Departed: Became an unrestricted free agent after the 2012-13 season YEAR GP GS Min. FGM FGA PCT. 3FGM 3FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. REB AST ST TO BS PTS AVG. 2011-12 65 25 1465 251 591 .425 12 51 .235 92 112 .821 327 57 21 74 52 606 9.3 2012-13 53 41 1428 217 563 .385 66 208 .317 64 99 .646 337 81 34 74 32 564 10.6 Totals 118 66 2893 468 1154 .405 78 259 .301 156 211 .739 664 138 55 148 84 1170 9.9 RONALD “FLIP” MURRAY

NO. 22

POS Guard

HGT WGT DOB 6’3” 200 7-29-79

FROM Shaw

Acquired: Signed as a free agent on September 25, 2009 Departed: Traded to Chicago with Acie Law and a future first-round draft pick for Tyrus Thomas on February 18, 2010 YEAR GP GS Min. FGM FGA PCT. 3FGM 3FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. REB AST ST TO BS PTS AVG. 2009-10 46 1 993 160 411 .389 4 131 .313 93 131 .710 98 84 28 65 12 454 9.9 Totals 46 1 993 160 411 .389 4 131 .313 93 131 .710 98 84 28 65 12 454 9.9 EDUARDO NAJERA

NO. 21

POS FORWARD

HGT WGT DOB 6’8” 235 7-11-76

FROM OKLAHOMA

Acquired: From Dallas with Erick Dampier and Matt Carroll on July 13, 2010 in exchange for Alexis Ajinca and Tyson Chandler Departed: Became an unrestricted free agent after the 2011-12 season YEAR GP GS Min. FGM FGA PCT. 3FGM 3FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. REB AST ST TO BS PTS AVG. 2010-11 31 0 372 26 72 .361 11 34 .324 6 11 .545 44 20 11 13 6 69 2.2 2011-12 22 0 270 24 64 .375 8 29 .276 2 4 .500 50 12 19 7 4 58 2.6 Totals 53 0 642 50 136 .368 19 63 .302 8 15 .533 94 32 30 20 10 127 2.4 EMEKA OKAFOR

162

NO. 9

NO. 50

POS Forward / Center

HGT 6’10”

WGT 255

DOB 9-28-82

FROM Connecticut

Acquired: Drafted by Charlotte with the second overall pick in the 2004 NBA Draft Departed: Traded to New Orleans for Tyson Chandler on July 28, 2009 YEAR GP GS Min. FGM FGA PCT. 3FGM 3FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. REB AST ST TO BS PTS AVG. 2004-05 73 73 2600 448 1003 .447 0 1 .000 209 343 .609 795 64 62 125 125 1105 15.1 2005-06 26 25 874 131 316 .415 0 0 ---- 82 125 .656 261 31 22 53 50 344 13.2 2006-07 67 65 2329 394 740 .532 0 0 ---- 175 295 .593 757 80 57 111 172 963 14.4 2007-08 82 82 2718 460 860 .535 0 0 ---- 213 374 .570 876 70 62 164 138 1133 13.8 2008-09 82 81 2691 433 772 .561 0 0 ---- 219 369 .593 827 53 48 144 136 1085 13.2 Totals 330 326 11212 1866 3691 .506 0 1 .000 898 1506 .596 3516 298 251 597 621 4630 14.0

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HISTORY ALL-TIME ROSTER NO. 5

POS GUARD

HGT WGT DOB 6’1” 185 10-22-79

FROM ARKANSAS

Acquired: Signed as a free agent on March 14, 2013 YEAR GP GS Min. FGM FGA PCT. 3FGM 3FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. REB AST ST TO BS PTS AVG. 2012-13 18 0 292 57 142 .401 29 76 .382 8 9 .889 22 34 15 28 2 151 8.4 Totals 18 0 292 57 142 .401 29 76 .382 8 9 .889 22 34 15 28 2 151 8.4 NO. 10

POS CENTER

HGT WGT DOB 7’1” 245 10-10-79

FROM Minnesota

VLADIMIR RADMANOVIC

NO. 10

POS Forward

HGT WGT DOB 6’10” 235 10-10-80

FROM Serbia

POS Center

HGT WGT DOB 6’10” 235 4-17-73

FROM Wyoming

Acquired: From San Antonio on February 18, 2010, for a protected second-round draft pick in 2016 Departed: Became an unrestricted free agent after the 2009-10 season YEAR GP GS Min. FGM FGA PCT. 3FGM 3FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. REB AST ST TO BS PTS AVG. 2009-10 28 26 624 54 116 .466 0 0 ---- 36 46 .783 117 16 9 25 43 144 5.1 Totals 28 26 624 54 116 .466 0 0 ---- 36 46 .783 117 16 9 25 43 144 5.1 NO. 23

POS Guard

HGT 6’6”

WGT 225

DOB 1-20-81

FROM Michigan State

BERNARD ROBINSON

NO. 21

POS Guard / Forward

HGT 6’6”

WGT 210

DOB 12-26-80

HISTORY

Acquired: From Golden State with the draft rights to Jermareo Davidson (38th overall pick) on June 28, 2007, in exchange for draft rights to Brandan Wright (eighth overall pick) Departed: Traded to Phoenix with Jared Dudley for Raja Bell, Boris Diaw and Sean Singletary on December 10, 2009 YEAR GP GS Min. FGM FGA PCT. 3FGM 3FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. REB AST ST TO BS PTS AVG. 2007-08 82 82 3149 648 1468 .441 243 599 .406 249 331 .752 441 258 116 166 57 1788 21.8 2008-09 14 14 491 97 220 .441 27 59 .458 41 55 .745 58 36 14 24 3 262 18.7 Totals 96 96 3640 745 1688 .441 270 658 .410 290 386 .751 499 294 130 190 60 2050 21.4

PLAYOFFS

JASON RICHARDSON

RECORDS

NO. 42

12-13 REVIEW

Acquired: From L.A. Lakers on February 7, 2009, for Shannon Brown and Adam Morrison Departed: Traded to Golden State with Raja Bell in exchange for Stephen Jackson and Acie Law on November 16, 2009 YEAR GP GS Min. FGM FGA PCT. 3FGM 3FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. REB AST ST TO BS PTS AVG. 2008-09 32 3 674 101 252 .401 45 126 .357 20 31 .645 105 43 18 51 8 267 8.3 2009-10 8 0 133 14 42 .333 7 22 .318 4 6 .667 29 7 3 5 1 39 4.9 Totals 40 3 807 115 294 .391 52 148 .351 24 37 .649 134 50 21 56 9 306 7.7 THEO RATLIFF

PLAYERS

Acquired: From Portland with Dante Cunningham, Sean Marks, two first-round draft picks and cash considerations on February 24, 2011 in exchange for Gerald Wallace Departed: Became an unrestricted free agent after the 2010-11 season YEAR GP GS Min. FGM FGA PCT. 3FGM 3FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. REB AST ST TO BS PTS AVG. 2010-11 5 0 74 4 10 .400 0 0 ---- 1 4 .250 24 0 0 7 1 9 1.8 Totals 5 0 74 4 10 .400 0 0 ---- 1 4 .250 24 0 0 7 1 9 1.8

BBALL OPS

JOEL PRZYBILLA

FRONT OFFICE

JANNERO PARGO

FROM Michigan

NBA

Acquired: Drafted by Charlotte with the 45th overall pick in the 2004 NBA Draft Departed: Traded to New Jersey on January 4, 2007, for Jeff McInnis YEAR GP GS Min. FGM FGA PCT. 3FGM 3FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. REB AST ST TO BS PTS AVG. 2004-05 31 1 328 36 81 .444 3 8 .375 18 26 .692 48 30 11 4 20 93 3.0 2005-06 66 18 1303 157 365 .430 2 21 .095 106 134 .791 219 77 81 74 10 422 6.4 2006-07 21 0 241 16 54 .296 0 2 .000 19 22 .864 42 17 13 16 1 51 2.4 Totals 118 19 1872 209 500 .418 5 31 .161 143 182 .785 309 124 105 94 31 566 4.7

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HISTORY

KAREEM RUSH

NO. 4

POS Guard

HGT WGT DOB 6’6” 215 10-30-80

FROM Missouri

Acquired: From L.A. Lakers on December 3, 2004, for two second round draft picks Departed: Waived on April 1, 2006 YEAR GP GS Min. FGM FGA PCT. 3FGM 3FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. REB AST ST TO BS PTS AVG. 2004-05 34 22 877 153 386 .396 49 127 .386 35 46 .761 79 65 18 44 6 390 11.5 2005-06 47 25 1111 181 469 .386 57 164 .348 55 77 .714 103 50 38 65 13 474 10.1 Totals 81 47 1988 334 855 .390 106 291 .364 90 123 .731 182 115 56 109 19 864 10.6 JAMAL SAMPSON

NO. 31

POS Forward / Center

HGT 6’11”

WGT 258

DOB 5-15-83

FROM California

Acquired: Chosen in Charlotte Expansion Selection on June 22, 2004 Departed: Waived on February 8, 2005 YEAR GP GS Min. FGM FGA PCT. 3FGM 3FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. REB AST ST TO BS PTS AVG. 2004-05 23 0 329 28 62 .452 0 0 ---- 23 39 .590 122 8 4 17 17 79 3.4 Totals 23 0 329 28 62 .452 0 0 ---- 23 39 .590 122 8 4 17 17 79 3.4 Ramon Sessions

NO. 7

POS Guard

HGT WGT DOB FROM 6’3” 190 4-11-86 nevada

Acquired: Signed as a free agent on July 13, 2012 YEAR GP GS Min. FGM FGA PCT. 3FGM 3FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. REB AST ST TO BS PTS AVG. 2012-13 61 0 1652 276 676 .408 33 107 .308 291 347 .839 169 230 48 104 7 876 14.4 Totals 61 0 1652 276 676 .408 33 107 .308 291 347 .839 169 230 48 104 7 876 14.4 NO. 44

POS Guard

HGT WGT DOB 6’0” 185 9-6-85

FROM Virginia

Acquired: From Phoenix with Raja Bell and Boris Diaw on December 10, 2008, for Jared Dudley and Jason Richardson Departed: Became an unrestricted free agent after the 2008-09 season YEAR GP GS Min. FGM FGA PCT. 3FGM 3FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. REB AST ST TO BS PTS AVG. 2008-09 24 1 181 19 48 .396 6 15 .400 12 15 .800 19 17 5 18 0 56 2.3 Totals 24 1 181 19 48 .396 6 15 .400 12 15 .800 19 17 5 18 0 56 2.3 STEVE SMITH

NBA

HISTORY

RECORDS

SEAN SINGLETARY

PLAYOFFS

12-13 REVIEW

PLAYERS

BBALL OPS

FRONT OFFICE

ALL-TIME ROSTER

MISC.

POS Guard

HGT 6’8”

WGT 220

DOB 3-31-69

FROM Michigan State

Acquired: Signed as a free agent on September 16, 2004 Departed: Traded to Miami for Malik Allen and cash considerations on February 24, 2005 YEAR GP GS Min. FGM FGA PCT. 3FGM 3FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. REB AST ST TO BS PTS AVG. 2004-05 37 1 636 93 218 .427 38 90 .422 67 77 .870 49 57 12 24 7 291 7.9 Totals 37 1 636 93 218 .427 38 90 .422 67 77 .870 49 57 12 24 7 291 7.9 THERON SMITH

NO. 0

POS Forward

HGT 6’8”

WGT 230

DOB 10-3-80

FROM Ball State

Acquired: Chosen in Charlotte Expansion Selection on June 22, 2004 Departed: Became an unrestricted free agent after the 2004-05 season YEAR GP GS Min. FGM FGA PCT. 3FGM 3FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. REB AST ST TO BS PTS AVG. 2004-05 33 5 510 44 136 .324 3 12 .250 14 16 .875 116 28 6 4 27 105 3.2 Totals 33 5 510 44 136 .324 3 12 .250 14 16 .875 116 28 6 4 27 105 3.2 TAMAR SLAY

164

NO. 8

NO. 32

POS Guard

HGT WGT DOB 6’8” 215 4-2-80

FROM Marshall

Acquired: Chosen in Charlotte Expansion Selection on June 22, 2004 Departed: Became an unrestricted free agent after the 2004-05 season YEAR GP GS Min. FGM FGA PCT. 3FGM 3FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. REB AST ST TO BS PTS AVG. 2004-05 8 0 78 13 39 .333 2 12 .167 0 2 .000 14 3 5 8 0 28 3.5 Totals 8 0 78 13 39 .333 2 12 .167 0 2 .000 14 3 5 8 0 28 3.5

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POS FORWARD

HGT WGT DOB 6’7” 225 5-23-89

FROM VANDERBILT

Acquired: Drafted with the 31st overall pick in the 2013 NBA Draft YEAR GP GS Min. FGM FGA PCT. 3FGM 3FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. REB AST ST TO BS PTS AVG. 2012-13 77 29 1507 172 399 .431 53 154 .344 75 103 .728 150 63 47 48 15 472 6.1 Totals 77 29 1507 172 399 .431 53 154 .344 75 103 .728 150 63 47 48 15 472 6.1 NO. 41

POS GUARD

HGT 6’5”

WGT 180

DOB 5-8-86

FROM LOUISIANA STATE

TYRUS THOMAS

NO. 12

POS FORWARD

HGT 6’10”

WGT 225

DOB 8-17-86

FROM LOUISIANA STATE

NO. 43

POS CENTER

HGT WGT DOB 6’11” 255 11-1-77

FROM CONNECTICUT

KEMBA WALKER

NO. 1/15

POS GUARD

HGT WGT DOB 6’1” 184 5-8-90

FROM CONNECTICUT

GERALD WALLACE

NO. 3

POS FORWARD

HGT WGT DOB 6’7” 220 7-23-82

BS PTS AVG. 20 799 12.1 31 1455 17.7 51 2254 15.2

HISTORY

Acquired: Drafted by Charlotte with the ninth overall pick in the 2012 NBA Draft YEAR GP GS Min. FGM FGA PCT. 3FGM 3FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. REB AST ST TO 2011-12 66 25 1792 281 767 .366 69 226 .305 168 213 .789 234 289 60 119 2012-13 82 82 2859 526 1244 .423 107 332 .322 296 371 .798 283 471 160 200 Totals 148 107 4651 807 2011 .401 176 558 .315 464 584 .794 517 760 220 319

PLAYOFFS

Acquired: From Phoenix on August 2, 2005, for a conditional 2007 second round draft pick Departed: Became an unrestricted free agent on June 29, 2007 YEAR GP GS Min. FGM FGA PCT. 3FGM 3FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. REB AST ST TO BS PTS AVG. .437 1 3 .333 41 60 .683 183 39 26 33 23 270 5.3 2005-06 51 2 818 114 261 2006-07 73 9 1043 121 255 .475 0 0 ---- 77 113 .681 256 44 30 56 24 319 4.4 Totals 124 11 1861 235 516 .455 1 3 .333 118 174 .678 439 83 56 89 47 589 4.7

RECORDS

JAKE VOSKUHL

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Acquired: From Chicago on February 18, 2010, for Acie Law, Ronald “Flip” Murray and a future first-round draft pick Departed: Waived as the team’s amnesty player on July 20, 2013 GP GS Min. FGM FGA PCT. 3FGM 3FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. REB AST ST TO BS PTS AVG. YEAR .442 0 2 .000 62 85 .729 152 23 23 40 37 252 10.1 2009-10 25 0 542 95 215 2010-11 41 2 861 156 331 .471 0 3 .000 107 136 .787 224 29 30 65 66 419 10.2 2011-12 54 30 1013 120 327 .367 1 3 .333 63 83 .759 200 35 36 53 60 304 5.6 2012-13 26 2 360 48 136 .353 3 8 .375 26 31 .839 60 19 14 17 15 125 4.8 Totals 146 34 2776 419 1009 .415 4 16 .250 258 335 .770 636 106 103 175 168 1100 7.5

PLAYERS

Acquired: Signed as a free agent on March 7, 2011 Departed: Became an unrestricted free agent after the 2010-11 season YEAR GP GS Min. FGM FGA PCT. 3FGM 3FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. REB AST ST TO BS PTS AVG. .286 7 26 .269 7 11 .636 15 24 9 20 4 38 3.2 2010-11 12 0 126 12 42 Totals 12 0 126 12 42 .286 7 26 .269 7 11 .636 15 24 9 20 4 38 3.2

BBALL OPS

GARRETT TEMPLE

FRONT OFFICE

JEFFERY TAYLOR

FROM ALABAMA

MISC.

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Acquired: Chosen in Charlotte Expansion Selection on June 22, 2004 Departed: Traded to Portland in exchange for Dante Cunningham, Sean Marks, Joel Przybilla, two first-round draft picks and cash considerations on February 24, 2011 GP GS Min. FGM FGA PCT. 3FGM 3FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. REB AST ST TO BS PTS AVG. YEAR 2004-05 70 68 2147 286 637 .449 17 62 .274 191 289 .661 386 137 117 159 91 780 11.1 2005-06 55 52 1895 317 589 .538 14 50 .280 188 306 .614 412 96 138 99 115 836 15.2 2006-07 72 71 2640 478 952 .502 39 120 .325 309 447 .691 518 185 144 160 69 1304 18.1 2007-08 62 59 2376 408 908 .449 71 221 .321 313 428 .731 373 216 131 180 58 1200 19.4 2008-09 71 71 2669 389 811 .480 39 131 .298 365 454 .804 553 189 121 148 67 1182 16.6 2009-10 76 76 3119 456 943 .484 52 140 .371 422 544 .776 762 161 117 178 83 1386 18.2 2010-11 48 48 1872 252 582 .433 35 106 .330 210 284 .739 394 116 59 100 48 749 15.6 Totals 454 445 16718 2586 5422 .477 267 830 .322 1998 2752 .726 3398 1100 827 1024 531 7437 16.4

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HGT WGT DOB FROM 6’9” 219 7-8-82 syracuse

DJ WHITE

Acquired: From Oklahoma City with Morris Peterson on February 24, 2011 in exchange for Nazr Mohammed Departed: Became an unrestricted free agent after the 2011-12 season YEAR GP GS Min. FGM FGA PCT. 3FGM 3FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. REB AST ST TO BS PTS AVG. 2010-11 24 0 466 81 154 .526 0 2 .000 41 54 .759 106 15 6 7 12 203 8.5 2011-12 58 11 1098 174 353 .493 1 1 1.000 43 61 .705 209 47 17 43 23 392 6.8 Totals 82 11 1564 255 507 .503 1 3 .333 84 115 .730 315 62 23 50 35 595 7.3 JAHIDI WHITE

NO. 8

NO. 55

ERIC WILLIAMS

NO. 88

POS Center

HGT WGT DOB 6’9” 235 8-31-86

HGT WGT DOB 6’9” 290 2-19-76

FROM INDIANA

FROM Georgetown

POS Forward

HGT WGT DOB 6’8” 220 7-17-72

FROM Providence

Acquired: From San Antonio on February 13, 2007, for Melvin Ely Departed: Waived on March 16, 2007 YEAR GP GS Min. FGM FGA PCT. 3FGM 3FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. REB AST ST TO BS PTS AVG. 2006-07 5 0 33 4 13 .308 0 2 .000 4 7 .571 3 1 1 2 0 12 2.4 Totals 5 0 33 4 13 .308 0 2 .000 4 7 .571 3 1 1 2 0 12 2.4 reggie WILLIAMS

NO. POS 55 guard

HGT 6’6”

WGT 205

DOB 9-14-86

FROM Virginia Military Institute

Acquired: Signed as a free agent on December 15, 2011 Departed: Became an unrestricted free agent after the 2012-13 season YEAR GP GS Min. FGM FGA PCT. 3FGM 3FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. REB AST ST TO BS PTS AVG. 2011-12 33 13 747 106 255 .416 33 107 .308 29 40 .725 93 60 20 33 3 274 8.3 2012-13 40 0 380 57 132 .432 22 72 .306 10 21 .476 51 39 12 19 1 146 3.7 Totals 73 13 1127 163 387 .421 55 179 .307 39 61 .639 144 99 32 52 4 420 5.8

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Acquired: Chosen in Charlotte Expansion Selection on June 22, 2004 Departed: Waived on February 28, 2005 YEAR GP GS Min. FGM FGA PCT. 3FGM 3FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. REB AST ST TO BS PTS AVG. 2004-05 17 0 135 14 31 .452 0 0 ---- 14 40 .350 34 1 2 11 12 42 2.5 Totals 17 0 135 14 31 .452 0 0 ---- 14 40 .350 34 1 2 11 12 42 2.5

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PLAYOFFS

RECORDS

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BBALL OPS

Acquired: From New Orleans on November 13, 2012 for Matt Carroll Departed: Traded to Orlando for Josh McRoberts on February 21, 2013 YEAR GP GS Min. FGM FGA PCT. 3FGM 3FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. REB AST ST TO BS PTS AVG. 2012-13 27 14 482 66 163 .405 0 3 .000 58 86 .674 89 25 12 29 6 190 7.0 Totals 27 14 482 66 163 .405 0 3 .000 58 86 .674 89 25 12 29 6 190 7.0

PLAYERS

FRONT OFFICE

ALL-TIME ROSTER

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Note: Players are listed based on appearing in at least one regular or postseason game

INTERNATIONAL

MERIDIAN CC (MS)

OKLAHOMA

VANDERBILT

Jermareo Davidson Gerald Wallace

Earl Boykins

Alexis Ajinca (France) Bismack Biyombo (Dem. Rep. of Congo) Primoz Brezec (Slovenia) Boris Diaw (France) Walter Herrmann (Argentina) Vladimir Radmanovic (Serbia)

Jamario Moon

Eduardo Najera

Jeffery Taylor

MICHIGAN

OKLAHOMA STATE

VILLANOVA

Juwan Howard Bernard Robinson

Stephen Graham

Malik Allen Dante Cunningham

MICHIGAN STATE

Eric Williams

VIRGINIA

ST. JOSEPH’S

Cory Alexander Sean Singletary

ARIZONA STATE

FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL

Eddie House

Raja Bell

ARKANSAS

FRESNO STATE

Dontell Jefferson Jannero Pargo

Melvin Ely Dominic McGuire

Jared Dudley

GEORGIA

Sherron Collins

CALIFORNIA

Jumaine Jones

KANSAS STATE

Jamal Sampson

GONZAGA

Cartier Martin

COLORADO

Adam Morrison

KENTUCKY

Cory Higgins

HIGH SCHOOL

CONNECTICUT

Kwame Brown (Glynn Academy) Tyson Chandler (Dominguez HS) DeSagana Diop (Oak Hill Academy) Stephen Jackson (Oak Hill Academy) Shaun Livingston (Peoria Central HS)

Derek Anderson Keith Bogans Michael Kidd-Gilchrist Nazr Mohammed

Jeff Adrien Ben Gordon Emeka Okafor Jake Voskuhl Kemba Walker DEPAUL

Andre Brown

KANSAS

LOUISIANA STATE

Garrett Temple Tyrus Thomas MARSHALL

Tamar Slay

INDIANA

MARYLAND

Gerald Henderson Corey Maggette Josh McRoberts

DJ White

Lonny Baxter

Kevin Burleson Joel Przybilla

SHAW

MISSOURI

STANFORD

Kareem Rush

Brevin Knight

Nevada

SYRACUSE

Ramon Sessions

Jason Hart Hakim Warrick

Raymond Felton Brendan Haywood Sean May Jeff McInnis NOTRE DAME

Matt Carroll OHIO STATE

Byron Mullens

Reggie Williams WYOMING

Ronald “Flip” Murray

Theo Ratliff XAVIER

Derrick Brown

TEXAS

D.J. Augustin TEXAS A&M

Acie Law TULANE

Linton Johnson III UCLA

Ryan Hollins Jason Kapono

PLAYOFFS

DUKE

MINNESOTA

Larry Hughes

NORTH CAROLINA

VIRGINIA MILITARY INSTITUTE

ST. LOUIS

RECORDS

BOSTON COLLEGE

Othella Harrington Jahidi White

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GEORGETOWN

Theron Smith

Dwayne Jones

BOBCATS ALL-TIME ROSTER BY CONFERENCE Note: Conferences listed by affiliations from player’s final year at school

SUN BELT

Ball State – Theron Smith Eastern Michigan – Earl Boykins Marshall – Tamar Slay

Florida International – Raja Bell

CIAA

Virginia Military Institute – Reggie Williams

Shaw – Ronald “Flip” Murray

ATLANTIC 10

Saint Joseph’s – Dwayne Jones BIG EAST

BIG 12

PAC-10

Colorado – Cory Higgins Kansas – Sherron Collins Kansas State – Cartier Martin Missouri – Kareem Rush Oklahoma – Eduardo Najera Oklahoma State – Stephen Graham Texas – D.J. Augustin Texas A&M – Acie Law

Arizona St. – Eddie House California – Jamal Sampson Stanford – Brevin Knight UCLA – Ryan Hollins, Jason Kapono

WEST COAST

Gonzaga – Adam Morrison WESTERN ATHLETIC

Fresno State – Melvin Ely, Dominic McGuire Wyoming – Theo Ratliff

SEC

MISC.

Connecticut – Jeff Adrien, Ben Gordon, Emeka Okafor, Jake Voskuhl, Kemba Walker Georgetown – Othella Harrington, Jahidi White Notre Dame – Matt Carroll Providence – Eric Williams Syracuse – Jason Hart, Hakim Warrick Villanova – Malik Allen, Dante Cunningham

Indiana – DJ White Ohio State – Byron Mullens Michigan – Juwan Howard, Bernard Robinson Michigan State – Alan Anderson, Shannon Brown, Jason Richardson, Steve Smith Minnesota – Kevin Burleson, Joel Przybilla

CONFERENCE USA

NBA

MID-AMERICAN

BIG SOUTH

HISTORY

DePaul – Andre Brown Tulane – Linton Johnson III St. Louis – Larry Hughes Xavier – Derrick Brown

Arkansas – Dontell Jefferson, Jannero Pargo Georgia – Jumaine Jones Kentucky – Derek Anderson, Keith Bogans, Michael Kidd-Gilchrist, Nazr Mohammed Louisiana State – Garrett Temple, Tyrus Thomas Vanderbilt – Jeffery Taylor

ACC

Boston College – Jared Dudley Duke – Gerald Henderson, Corey Maggette, Josh McRoberts Maryland – Lonny Baxter UNC – Raymond Felton, Brendan Haywood, Sean May, Jeff McInnis Virginia – Cory Alexander, Sean Singletary

BIG TEN

PLAYERS

BALL STATE

Alan Anderson Shannon Brown Jason Richardson Steve Smith

PROVIDENCE

BBALL OPS

EASTERN MICHIGAN

FRONT OFFICE

ALABAMA

Alabama – Jermareo Davidson, Gerald Wallace

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KEY DATES IN BOBCATS HISTORY 2002 December 18, 2002 The NBA Expansion Committee unanimously recommends that the NBA Board of Governors approve an expansion franchise for the city of Charlotte, to be owned and operated by Robert L. Johnson.

2003 January 7, 2003

Ed Tapscott is hired as the organization’s Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer. Tapscott oversees the business and basketball operations for both the Charlotte NBA franchise and the WNBA’s Charlotte Sting.

January 10, 2003

The NBA Board of Governors unanimously approves the granting of an expansion team to Charlotte to be owned by Robert L. Johnson. Johnson also immediately takes over ownership of the WNBA’s Charlotte Sting.

January 13, 2003

Robert L. Johnson endorses agreements negotiated between the NBA and the city of Charlotte for the development and operation of the city’s new basketball arena.

May 5, 2003

Sports Illustrated names Robert L. Johnson #1 on its list of 101 Most Influential Minorities in Sports. On the same list, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer Ed Tapscott ranked #56.

May 6, 2003

The Charlotte NBA expansion franchise narrows the choice for the team’s nickname to three finalists. The Bobcats, Dragons and Flight are chosen out of approximately 1,250 suggestions submitted to the team and the Charlotte Regional Sports Commission.

May 15, 2003

Robert L. Johnson donates $1 million to benefit the West Boulevard YMCA. The donation will be used for a new YMCA on the corner of Donald Ross Road and West Boulevard to aid citizens of West Corridor.

June 11, 2003

At a street festival at Trade and Tryon Streets that attracts an overflow crowd of 7,000 fans, the Charlotte NBA expansion franchise unveils Bobcats as the team nickname, while also revealing the new logo and color scheme that includes orange as the primary color. Robert L. Johnson is joined by Charlotte Mayor Pat McCrory and NBA Commissioner David Stern.

June 19, 2003

Charlotte resident Cary Mitchell, a nationally-recognized custom clothing designer, will serve as a consultant on the design of the Bobcats’ uniform. Mitchell, who is active in the Charlotte community, will donate his fee to area charities.

July 29, 2003

Official groundblasting for the new Charlotte Bobcats Arena takes place on the arena site with 5,000 spectators in attendance. Robert L. Johnson, Mayor Pat McCrory, members of the Charlotte City Council, the Charlotte Coliseum Authority and the entire Charlotte Sting team join with an array of family, show characters and other live event industry performers for the ceremony and festival. The Bobcats will operate the new facility.

August 1, 2003

The Bobcats initiate a program that provides former Hornets season ticket holders with first priority to purchase Bobcats season tickets before the general public. Those who had season tickets in 2001-02 can reclaim their exact seat locations for the Bobcats’ inaugural 2004-05 season in the Charlotte Coliseum.

August 27, 2003

The Bobcats announce that all season ticket holders who purchase Bobcats season tickets for the first five seasons will obtain a FREE Seat License for each seat subscribed.

September 15, 2003 An influential group of local Charlotte investors joins majority owner Robert L. Johnson as minority partners in Bobcats Basketball Holdings, LLC, the ownership group of the Charlotte Bobcats and the Charlotte Sting. Investor principles include: Bank of America Corporation; Wachovia Corporation; Skipper Beck; M. L. Carr; Howard Levine; Hugh McColl, Jr.; Felix Sabates; Nelson Schwab III; Anderson Warlick; Ed Weisiger, Jr.; and Professional Sports Investment Group led by managing partners Rev. Claude Alexander and Dr. Spurgeon Webber III. October 16, 2003

Bernie Bickerstaff is hired in a dual role as the Bobcats’ General Manager and Head Coach. In conjunction with that announcement, the team introduces the basketball operations staff: Karl Hicks, Assistant General Manager; Gary Brokaw, Director of Player Personnel; Tim Shea, Director of International Scouting; Kenny Williamson, Director of Scouting; and Frank Ross, scout.

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November 1, 2003 Season tickets for the 2004-05 season go on sale to the general public at the Charlotte Coliseum. At the event, the Bobcats also unveil their new team mascot – an orange bobcat with sunglasses, a black button-down jersey, denim shorts and blue high-top basketball sneakers. November 17, 2003 The NBA announces the divisional alignment for competition when the Bobcats join for the 2004-05 season. Charlotte will be in the Southeast Division with Atlanta, Miami, Orlando and Washington. With 30 teams, the NBA will consist of six, five-team divisions that will be divided into two, 15-team conferences. December 13, 2003 Rufus is selected as the name for the team’s new mascot in an announcement at Belk in SouthPark Mall. Rufus was overwhelmingly the fan favorite in online voting on BobcatsBasketball.com.

2004 MISC.

January 29, 2004

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The Expansion Selection date is announced by the NBA. The Bobcats will select players on June 22, 2004 and will receive unprotected lists from the 29 existing NBA teams on June 11, 2004.

February 19, 2004 The Bobcats form a new philanthropic initiative by creating the Bobcats Charitable Foundation. The mission will be to enrich the quality of life for those in need – with a focus on children and youth – and build bridges between communities. The Foundation will support organizations serving children and youth with an emphasis on fitness and wellness, literacy and exposure to the arts.

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April 29, 2004

The Astri Group joins the ownership group of Bobcats Basketball Holdings, LLC. The Astri Group, a private equity investment firm that specializes in the health care industry, is owned by prominent Miami businessmen Carlos and Jorge de Cespedes.

May 3, 2004

The Charlotte Bobcats officially become the 30th member of the National Basketball Association (NBA).

May 17, 2004

Ed Tapscott is promoted to President of Bobcats Basketball Holdings, LLC, after serving as Executive Vice President since the team’s inception.

May 26, 2004

Sam Mitchell joins the Bobcats coaching staff as the team’s lead assistant coach. The former 13-year NBA player was an assistant coach with the Milwaukee Bucks.

May 26, 2004

Bernie Bickerstaff attends the NBA Draft Lottery in Secaucus, New Jersey. The Bobcats receive the fourth overall pick in the first round of the June 24 NBA Draft.

June 8, 2004

The Bobcats select WNMX-MIX 106.1 FM as the official flagship radio station for the team’s game broadcasts.

June 9, 2004

John-Blair Bickerstaff is named assistant coach and Joe Sharpe is named head athletic trainer.

June 21, 2004

The Bobcats acquire the second overall pick in the 2004 NBA Draft from the Los Angeles Clippers and agree to select forward Predrag Drobnjak in the Expansion Selection on June 22, in exchange for the fourth overall pick and 33rd overall selection in the 2004 NBA Draft.

June 22, 2004

The Bobcats pick 19 players in the Charlotte Expansion Selection, including 10 players under contract and nine restricted free agents. By the rules of the Expansion Agreement, the restricted free agents become unrestricted free agents on July 1. Those players under contract selected by the Bobcats include Primoz Brezec (Indiana), Brandon Hunter (Boston), Jason Kapono (Cleveland), Zaza Pachulia (Orlando), Aleksandar Pavlovic (Utah), Jamal Sampson (L.A. Lakers), Theron Smith (Memphis), Gerald Wallace (Sacramento) and Jahidi White (Phoenix). The team also adds restricted free agents Lonny Baxter (Washington), J.R. Bremer (Golden State), Maurice Carter (New Orleans), Desmond Ferguson (Portland), Marcus Fizer (Chicago), Richie Frahm (Seattle), Tamar Slay (New Jersey), Jeff Trepagnier (Denver) and Loren Woods (Miami).

June 23, 2004

The Bobcats acquire the 45th overall pick in the 2004 NBA Draft from Milwaukee in exchange for Zaza Pachulia, and acquire a future first-round pick from Cleveland in exchange for Aleksandar Pavlovic.

June 24, 2004

Emeka Okafor becomes the Bobcats’ historical first rookie draft pick. The 2004 Co-College Basketball Player of the Year from the University of Connecticut is the second overall selection in the 2004 NBA Draft. In the second round, the team selects University of Michigan forward Bernard Robinson with the 45th overall selection.

June 26-27, 2004 The Bobcats invite 44 players to participate in a two-day tryout session for a chance to advance to the team’s free agent minicamp. Guards Pierre Wooten (Winthrop University) and Patrick Jackson (Ball State), forward Anthony Greenup (Shaw Univiversity) and center Moustapha Diouf (Queens College) are selected.

July 6-10, 2004

The Bobcats’ rookie/free agent team participates in the Minnesota Summer League against entries from Toronto, Minnesota, Milwaukee, Philadelphia and Detroit. The Bobcats go undefeated, posting a 5-0 record.

July 8, 2004

Bobcats forward Emeka Okafor is officially added to the USA Men’s National Team that will compete during the Olympics in Athens, Greece.

July 9, 2004

The Bobcats name Jeff Capel as an assistant coach, joining Gary Brokaw, John-Blair Bickerstaff, Gary Kloppenburg and John Outlaw on the coaching staff.

July 14, 2004

The Bobcats sign free-agent guard Jason Hart and forward Tamar Slay. Charlotte also acquires forward Melvin Ely and guard Eddie House in a trade with the Los Angeles Clippers. In return, the Clippers receive the Bobcats second round draft picks in the 2005 and 2006 NBA Drafts.

July 16-23, 2004

The Bobcats’ rookie/free agent team participates in the Rocky Mountain Revue against entries from Atlanta, San Antonio, Seattle, Indiana, Dallas, Chicago and Utah. The team posts a 5-2 mark, with Bobcats forward Jason Kapono being selected as the Revue’s Most Valuable Player. The Bobcats close out their summer league play with an overall 10-2 record.

July 19, 2004

Nelly, a three-time Grammy Award winner and internationally-acclaimed entertainer, joins the ownership group of Bobcats Basketball Holdings, LLC.

July 22, 2004

The Charlotte Bobcats and Charlotte Sting announce a partnership with the YMCA of Greater Charlotte in an effort to provide each organization with an opportunity to actively market, promote and intermingle with each other’s respected publics through community-oriented activities and programs.

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MISC.

Gary Brokaw is named assistant coach after the position is vacated by Sam Mitchell, who is named head coach of the Toronto Raptors. Brokaw joined the Bobcats on October 16, 2003, as Director of Player Personnel.

NBA

The Bobcats open their first-ever rookie/free agent minicamp in preparation for the Minnesota Summer League.

June 29, 2004

HISTORY

June 29, 2004

PLAYOFFS

The Bobcats select WJZY-UPN46 as their over-the-air television broadcast outlet, with the station carrying up to 15 games per season.

RECORDS

April 20, 2004

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Gary Kloppenburg and John Outlaw are named assistant coaches, Drew Perry as video coordinator and Mark Coffelt is added as assistant athletic trainer/equipment manager.

PLAYERS

April 2, 2004

BBALL OPS

The Bobcats select Presbyterian Hospital as the team’s official healthcare provider and name Dr. Glenn Perry as team physician.

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July 26, 2004

The Bobcats sign Emeka Okafor, the team’s historical first-ever draft pick (second overall) in the 2004 NBA Draft.

July 28, 2004

The Bobcats sign Bernard Robinson, the team’s second round selection (45th overall) in the 2004 NBA Draft.

August 2, 2004

The Bobcats’ inaugural 2004-05 season schedule is announced, with the first-ever game at home on Thursday, November 4, against Southeast Division rival Washington at Charlotte Coliseum.

August 4, 2004

The Bobcats’ inaugural 2004-05 preseason schedule is announced. The team will play eight exhibition games, beginning on October 14 against Washington.

August 16, 2004

The Bobcats acquire a second-round pick in the 2005 NBA Draft from Atlanta in exchange for forward/center Predrag Drobnjak.

August 21, 2004

The team’s first-ever uniforms are unveiled, revealing white home uniforms and orange away uniforms, making the Bobcats the only NBA team to have orange as its primary road uniform color. The team colors are also displayed in a mesh panel down the side of the uniform jersey and shorts.

August 31, 2004

The Bobcats sign free-agent guard Brevin Knight.

September 16, 2004

The Bobcats sign free-agent guard Steve Smith.

September 21, 2004

The Bobcats exercise the contract option on Melvin Ely.

September 22, 2004

The Bobcats join with Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools (CMS) in an extensive partnership that includes customized programs for four selected CMS schools involving rewards programs, book donations, appearances and motivational speakers.

September 26, 2004

The Bobcats Youth Basketball Network tips off.

September 30, 2004

The Bobcats sign center Primoz Brezec to a multi-year contract extension.

October 4, 2004

The Bobcats officially open 2004-05 training camp.

October 26, 2004

The Bobcats host the Cool School Field Trip event at the Charlotte Coliseum, in conjunction with its preseason game with Miami. More than 15,000 students and teachers representing 31 regional cities and 14 counties participated in the event.

November 1, 2004

The Bobcats acquire guard Keith Bogans from Orlando in exchange for forward Brandon Hunter.

November 4, 2004

The Bobcats open their inaugural season against Washington at Charlotte Coliseum. The Bobcats fall 103-96 before a sellout crowd of 23,319. Bobcats center Primoz Brezec scores the first basket in franchise history.

November 6, 2004

Charlotte defeats Orlando 111-100 at the Charlotte Coliseum to record the first-ever win in franchise history. Primoz Brezec leads the way with 20 points and 10 rebounds.

November 23, 2004

The Bobcats’ 91-89 win over Detroit marks the first time an expansion team defeated the defending NBA Champions since the 1970-71 season when the Buffalo Braves and Portland Trail Blazers defeated the New York Knicks.

December 2, 2004

For the first time in franchise history, a Bobcats player was honored for his accomplishments on the court, as Emeka Okafor is named the NBA’s got milk? Rookie of the Month for his outstanding play in November 2004.

December 4, 2004

The Bobcats waive guard Eddie House.

December 6, 2004

The Bobcats acquire guard Kareem Rush in a trade with the Los Angeles Lakers. The Bobcats send two second round draft picks to the Lakers – one of those is the pick Charlotte received from Atlanta on August 16, 2004.

December 22, 2004

The Bobcats record their first-ever road win and complete their first-ever season sweep of an opponent at Houston, defeating the Rockets 101-100 at Toyota Center. Houston native Emeka Okafor has 21 points and11 rebounds to pace the Bobcats.

January 1, 2005

Emeka Okafor posts the NBA’s longest double-double streak by a rookie in 35 years with his 19-game consecutive streak. The streak began on November 21. It is the longest streak for a rookie since 12-time NBA All-Star Elvin Hayes registered 60 straight during the 1968-69 season. The streak ends on January 3 against Cleveland.

January 3, 2005

For the second time in as many months, Emeka Okafor earns the NBA’s got milk? Rookie of the Month award for the month of December 2004.

January 27, 2005

Emeka Okafor is selected to play in the got Milk? Rookie Challenge during All-Star Weekend in Denver.

February 23, 2005

The Bobcats sign shooting guard Matt Carroll from the Roanoke Dazzle of the National Basketball Development League (NBDL).

February 24, 2005

The Bobcats gain Cleveland’s first-round pick in the 2005 NBA Draft. When Charlotte acquired a first-round pick from Phoenix via Cleveland through the Expansion Selection, the Cavaliers were permitted to keep the pick if it fell within certain draft positions. Cleveland now removes all restrictions on the pick, giving the selection to the Bobcats.

February 24, 2005

The Bobcats acquire forward Malik Allen and cash considerations from Miami in exchange for guard Steve Smith.

February 28, 2005

The Bobcats sign point guard Cory Alexander from the Roanoke Dazzle of the National Basketball Development League (NBDL) and waive center Jahidi White.

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Emeka Okafor is named the 2004-05 got milk? Rookie of the Year by the NBA, garnering 77 of the 126 first-place votes. He is the third player from an expansion franchise to win the top rookie honor.

May 24, 2005

At the NBA Draft Lottery, the ping-pong balls place the Bobcats fifth in the order for the June 28 NBA Draft. Charlotte also owns the 13th overall pick, which belonged to Cleveland, by virtue of a trade with Phoenix in the Expansion Selection.

June 23, 2005

The Bobcats partner with Charlotte food consultant John Sergi and industry leading-Levy Restaurants, Compass Group, the Americas Division’s sports and entertainment strategic partner, to develop a diverse and customer-focused food and beverage program for the Charlotte Bobcats Arena.

June 27, 2005

The Bobcats extend qualifying offers to Gerald Wallace, Jason Kapono, Keith Bogans and Matt Carroll and exercise the fourth-year option on Emeka Okafor’s contract, keeping the 2005 NBA got milk? Rookie of the Year in Charlotte through at least the 2007-08 season.

June 28, 2005

Charlotte selects two key members of the NCAA champion North Carolina Tar Heels in the 2005 NBA Draft - guard Raymond Felton with the fifth overall pick and forward Sean May with the 13th selection.

July 7, 2005

After teaming up to lead North Carolina to the 2005 NCAA Championship, Raymond Felton and Sean May sign with the Bobcats.

July 15-22, 2005

The Bobcats take part in the 2005 Reebok Rocky Mountain Revue in Salt Lake City, Utah. Matt Carroll, Raymond Felton and Sean May are all named to the All-Tournament Team. May is named the Most Valuable Player after averaging 16.5 points and 9.2 rebounds. The Bobcats post a 4-2 record at the Revue.

August 2, 2005

The Bobcats acquire forward/center Jake Voskuhl from Phoenix in exchange for a conditional 2007 second round draft pick.

August 2, 2005

The Bobcats acquire a future second round pick from Sacramento in exchange for Jason Hart.

August 8, 2005

The Bobcats’ 2005-06 season schedule is announced, with the team beginning its second NBA season on Wednesday, November 2, at Chicago and playing its first game in Charlotte Bobcats Arena on Saturday, November 5, against Boston.

August 9, 2005

The Bobcats sign free agent guard/forward Alan Anderson.

August 12, 2005

The Bobcats re-sign guard Kareem Rush.

August 19, 2005

The Bobcats re-sign point guard Brevin Knight.

August 31, 2005

The Bobcats re-sign guard Matt Carroll and sign free-agent guard Kevin Burleson.

September 20, 2005

The Bobcats announce plans to hold training camp for the 2005-06 season at the University of North Carolina-Wilmington in eastern North Carolina.

September 27, 2005

The Bobcats re-sign forward Gerald Wallace.

September 30, 2005

The Bobcats re-sign guard Keith Bogans.

October 3, 2005

The Bobcats choose not to match the Miami Heat’s offer sheet for forward Jason Kapono, allowing Kapono to join the Heat.

October 26, 2005

The Bobcats acquire forward Jumaine Jones from the Los Angeles Lakers in exchange for a future second round pick.

November 2, 2005

Charlotte opens its second season with a 109-105 overtime loss at Chicago. November 5, 2005 The Bobcats open Charlotte Bobcats Arena with a 107-105 overtime victory against the Boston Celtics. Gerald Wallace scores the first Bobcats basket in the new arena with a steal and fastbreak dunk for the first of his 25 points in the game

November 28, 2005

Gerald Wallace is the first player in franchise history to be named Eastern Conference Player of the Week.Wallace earns the honor for games played November 21-November 27. Wallace averages 22.3 points, 9.3 rebounds and 2.0 assists while shooting .587 from the field in the Bobcats’ three games that week.

February 9, 2006

The Bobcats acquire forward Lonny Baxter from Houston for guard Keith Bogans.

March 1, 2006

Raymond Felton is named NBA Eastern Conference T-Mobile Rookie of the Month for games played in February.

March 14, 2006

The Bobcats announce that Emeka Okafor will be held out for the remainder of the 2005-06 season due to a right ankle injury originally suffered on December 19 against Sacramento and then re-injured on January 10 against Houston.

March 28, 2006

Gerald Wallace posts a new career-high and franchise-record 41 points -- on 17-22 shooting -- in a 125-117 win over Atlanta. Wallace’s 18 points scored in the fourth quarter ties a Bobcats franchise record for points in a quarter, and his 27 points in the second half are the most in club history.

March 28, 2006

The Bobcats score a franchise-record 125 points in a 125-117 win over Atlanta. The 125 points eclipses the mark of 122 set on November 16 against Indiana.

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May 4, 2005

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Charlotte closes out its inaugural season with a 97-86 win over defending champion Detroit at the Charlotte Coliseum, giving the Bobcats a 2-1 series win over the Pistons. Emeka Okafor grabs a season-best 19 rebounds and Brevin Knight dishes out 13 assists. The team finishes with an 18-64 record.

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April 20, 2005

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The Bobcats post their largest margin of victory of the season in a 105-84 win over Atlanta at the Charlotte Coliseum. The win also gives Charlotte a 3-1 series win over the Hawks for the season.

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April 13, 2005

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Charlotte captures the season series against Southeast Division rival Orlando with a 108-94 road win, backed by Emeka Okafor’s 23 points, 10 rebounds and four blocks. The Bobcats win three of the four meetings with the Magic.

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April 1, 2006

The Bobcats release guard Kareem Rush.

April 3, 2006

Raymond Felton is named the NBA Eastern Conference T-Mobile Rookie of the Month for the second consecutive time for games played in March.

April 17, 2006

Charlotte secures its first winning month in franchise history with a 98-91 victory over New York at Madison Square Garden.

April 19, 2006

With their 96-86 win over Philadelphia, the Bobcats net a franchise-best six victories in April and finish the month 6-3. Charlotte also closes the season with a franchise-best four-game winning streak.

April 19, 2006

Gerald Wallace finishes the 2005-06 campaign averaging an NBA best 2.50 steals and 2.09 blocks (ninth in the NBA), joining Hall of Fame centers Hakeem Olajuwon (three times) and David Robinson as the only players to finish a season with over 2.0 steals and 2.0 blocks.

April 20, 2006

Raymond Felton is named NBA Eastern Conference T-Mobile Rookie of the Month for the third consecutive time for games played in April.

April 21, 2006

The Bobcats win a tiebreaker over Atlanta for the third-most chances in the 2006 NBA Draft Lottery.

May 1, 2006

Gerald Wallace finishes fourth in the 2005-06 Most Improved Player Award balloting, including three first-place votes.

May 2, 2006

The Bobcats pick up team options on Matt Carroll and Alan Anderson for 2006-07.

May 4, 2006

Raymond Felton is named to the T-Mobile NBA All-Rookie Second Team. The fifth overall pick in the 2005 NBA Draft, Felton got stronger every month as the season progressed, increasing his averages in points, assists and field goal percentage every month.

May 10, 2006

Raymond Felton finishes fourth in the 2005-06 T-Mobile Rookie of the Year voting.

May 23, 2006

The Bobcats are awarded the third overall pick in the 2006 NBA Draft at the 2006 NBA Draft Lottery.

May 24, 2006

Ed Tapscott announces that he has resigned, effective immediately, as President and Chief Executive Officer of Bobcats Sports & Entertainment in order to pursue other interests.

June 15, 2006

Majority Owner Robert L. Johnson enters into a venture with Michael Jordan to invest in numerous business opportunities. As part of Jordan’s investment in Johnson’s existing portfolio, Jordan becomes the largest individual owner of the Bobcats after Johnson.

June 24, 2006

The Bobcats exercise their third-year options on the contracts of Raymond Felton and Sean May, keeping the fifth and 13th overall selections from the 2005 NBA Draft in Charlotte through at least the 2007-08 season.

June 28, 2006

With the third pick in the NBA Draft, the Bobcats select Adam Morrison, a forward who led the nation in scoring in his final season at Gonzaga. Charlotte drafts UCLA center Ryan Hollins with the 50th pick.

July 6, 2006

The Bobcats sign Adam Morrison, the team’s first round draft pick (third overall) in the 2006 NBA Draft.

July 11, 2006

Local business leader Mac Everett agrees to serve as a member of the executive board for the Bobcats. In addition, Everett plans to invest and become part of the team’s ownership group.

July 14, 2006

The Bobcats wrap up yet another successful summer league in Orlando, posting a 3-2 record. It marks the fourth time in the last three years Charlotte has posted or tied for the best record in a summer league. Adam Morrison finishes with a league-best 24.6 points.

July 17, 2006

Bobcats Sports & Entertainment names Fred Whitfield President and Chief Operating Officer of the organization. In his role, Whitfield will oversee all business operations for the Charlotte Bobcats, Charlotte Sting and Charlotte Bobcats Arena.

July 19, 2006

The Bobcats sign free agent forward Othella Harrington.

July 28, 2006

The Bobcats re-sign forward Bernard Robinson.

July 31, 2006

The Bobcats sign Ryan Hollins, the team’s second-round selection (50th overall) in the 2006 NBA Draft.

August 14, 2006

The Bobcats re-sign center Jake Voskuhl.

September 11, 2006

The Bobcats sign free agent forward Walter Herrmann, a member of the Argentina National Team and a former Spanish League MVP.

November 17, 2006

The Bobcats waive guard/forward Alan Anderson.

November 22, 2006

The Bobcats allocate center Ryan Hollins to their D-League affiliate, the Fort Worth Flyers.

November 28, 2006

The Bobcats sign free agent guard Derek Anderson.

December 1, 2006

Adam Morrison is named NBA Eastern Conference T-Mobile Rookie of the Month for games played in the month of November, after averaging 15.3 points over 15 games.

December 14, 2006

Sean May scores a career-high 32 points in the Bobcats’ 98-89 home win over Orlando in front of a national television audience on TNT. The game marks the Bobcats’ first ever national broadcast.

December 18, 2006

Charlotte calls up Ryan Hollins from the Fort Worth Flyers.

December 30, 2006

Charlotte wins a 133-124 triple-overtime thriller over the Los Angeles Lakers at Charlotte Bobcats Arena. The game takes place in front of a Charlotte Bobcats Arena record 19,561 fans.

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February 3, 2007

Matt Carroll converts his fifth four-point play of the season in Charlotte’s 98-90 win over Golden State. With five four-point plays in 2006-07, Carroll places second in NBA history behind Mitch Richmond for most four-point plays in a season. Richmond converted six such plays in 1996-97 as a member of the Sacramento Kings

February 3, 2007

With the Bobcats 98-90 win over Golden State, Bernie Bickerstaff becomes the 10th active NBA coach to reach the 400-win milestone.

February 13, 2007

The Bobcats acquire forward Eric Williams, a 2009 second round draft pick and cash considerations from San Antonio for Melvin Ely.

February 16, 2007

Raymond Felton scores 17 points as his Sophomore team upends Adam Morrison (16 points) and the Rookies 155-114 in the T-Mobile Rookie Challenge and Youth Jam at All-Star Weekend in Las Vegas.

March 16, 2007

Charlotte waives forward Eric Williams.

March 26, 2007

Gerald Wallace is named Eastern Conference Player of the Week for games played from March 19-25, where he averaged 20.3 points, 7.0 rebounds, 4.0 assists, 2.33 blocks and 1.33 steals in leading Charlotte to a 2-2 week.

April 2, 2007

Walter Herrmann is named Eastern Conference T-Mobile Rookie of the Month for games played in March after averaging 12.1 points and 4.2 rebounds, while shooting .585 from the field and .472 from beyond the arc over 13 games.

April 9, 2007

Gerald Wallace earns Eastern Conference Player of the Week honors for the second time in three weeks. Wallace averages 30.0 points on .610 shooting to go along with 10.8 rebounds, 4.0 steals and 3.0 assists in leading Charlotte to a 3-1 week.

April 14, 2007

Walter Herrmann scores a career-high 30 points on 12-15 shooting (6-8 from three-point range) in the Bobcats’ 113-92 win over the Bucks at Milwaukee.

April 18, 2007

Bernie Bickerstaff closes out his career as head coach of the Bobcats with a 94-93 loss to the Knicks. Charlotte finishes the season with a 33-49 record, an improvement of seven games over their win total of 26 in 2005-06.

April 20, 2007

The Bobcats win a lottery tiebreaker over New York and Sacramento, as all three teams finished with 33 wins After winning the blind draw, the Bobcats are slotted eighth heading into the lottery.

May 8, 2007

Adam Morrison and Walter Herrmann are named to the T-Mobile NBA All-Rookie Second Team, marking the third-straight year Charlotte has been represented on the team.

May 22, 2007

Charlotte comes away with the eighth overall selection in the NBA Draft at the NBA Draft Lottery.

May 25, 2007

Sam Vincent is named the second coach in Bobcats history. In conjunction with Vincent’s appointment, it is announced Bickerstaff will assume the role of Executive Vice President of Basketball Operations.

May 31, 2007

Rod Higgins is named General Manager, after serving in the same capacity with the Golden State Warriors.

June 1, 2007

The Bobcats unveil their broadcast teams for the 2007-08 season, with Steve Martin, Henry Williams and Stephanie Ready handling television duties and Scott Lauer calling the action on radio.

June 7, 2007

Phil Ford, Lee Rose and Jeff Capel are named assistant coaches.

June 18, 2007

Buzz Peterson is named Director of Player Personnel and Dell Curry and Paul Mokeski are named assistant coaches.

June 20, 2007

The Bobcats announce that WNMX – MIX 106.1 FM will again serve as the official flagship radio station for the team’s game broadcasts for 2007-08.

June 28, 2007

At the 2007 NBA Draft, the Bobcats acquire guard Jason Richardson and the draft rights to Jermareo Davidson 36th overall selection) from the Golden State Warriors in exchange for Brandan Wright, whom the Bobcats selected with the eighth overall pick. In addition, Charlotte selects Jared Dudley with the 22nd overall pick.

June 29, 2007

The Bobcats waive guard Brevin Knight.

July 2, 2007

The Bobcats sign first round draft pick Jared Dudley.

July 9-13, 2007

The Bobcats take part in the 2007 Pepsi Pro Summer League hosted by the Magic in Orlando, where they post a 2-3 record. Adam Morrison averages 15.5 points over two games to lead the team in scoring, while Jared Dudley and Jermareo Davidson are named Second Team All-Summer League.

July 17, 2007

The Bobcats re-sign guard Matt Carroll.

July 19, 2007

The Bobcats re-sign forward Gerald Wallace.

July 26, 2007

The Bobcats sign second round draft pick Jermareo Davidson.

August 1, 2007

The Bobcats and Presbyterian Hospital announce their joint commitment to the newly established Presbyterian Hospital Community Care Cruiser.

August 29, 2007

The Bobcats re-sign guard Jeff McInnis.

PLAYOFFS

Gerald Wallace scores a career- and franchise-high 42 points in Charlotte’s 104-87 win over New York at Charlotte Bobcats Arena.

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January 31, 2007

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Emeka Okafor blocks 10 shots in the Bobcats’ 126-110 win at New York. The 10 blocks are a Bobcats franchise and Madison Square Garden record. Okafor falls one rebound shy of posting Charlotte’s first ever triple-double with 20 points and nine rebounds.

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January 12, 2007

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The Bobcats acquire guard Jeff McInnis from New Jersey in exchange for forward Bernard Robinson.

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January 3, 2007

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September 21, 2007

Scott Howard is named Director of Scouting, Rich Sheubrooks as Director of Global Scouting and Darrel Johnson, Dennis Nutt and Jim Thrash as scouts

September 26, 2007

Dell Curry and Muggsy Bogues are named Team Ambassadors and Mike Sanders is named assistant coach.

October 1, 2007

The Bobcats re-sign guard Derek Anderson.

October 5, 2007

The Bobcats announce that forward Sean May will undergo season-ending microfracture surgery.

October 21, 2007

Forward Adam Morrison tears his left ACL in the third quarter of a preseason game at the Los Angeles Lakers. Morrison will miss the entire 2007-08 season.

November 19, 2007

Charlotte’s 6-4 start marks the best in franchise history after 10 games and is the latest in a season the team has ever been at .500 or better. Charlotte’s six wins also mark the franchise’s most ever in November.

December 4, 2007

The Bobcats extend an offer sheet to restricted free agent forward Anderson Varejao. The Cleveland Cavaliers match the offer sheet one day later.

December 14, 2007

The Bobcats host ESPN’s first-ever NBA All-Access Game versus the Orlando Magic, only the second nationally-televised game in Bobcats history. Minutes before tipoff, the Bobcats acquire center Nazr Mohammed from Detroit in exchange for forward Walter Herrmann and center Primoz Brezec.

January 22, 2008

Gerald Wallace is named Eastern Conference Player of the Week for games played from January 14-20, where he averaged 29.0 points, 8.0 rebounds, 4.8 assists, 3.0 steals and 1.0 blocked shot in leading the Bobcats to a 3-1 record during the week.

January 24, 2008

The Bobcats allocate rookie forward Jermareo Davidson to their D-League affiliate, the Sioux Falls Skyforce.

January 26, 2008

Jason Richardson sets a new franchise record with seven three-pointers versus the Philadelphia 76ers.

January 31, 2008

The Bobcats sign free agent guard Earl Boykins.

February 4, 2008

The Bobcats re-launch their newly enhanced website, bobcats.com. The site provides in-depth information about the team through a variety of different mediums, including print, audio and video feeds. The newly-designed site is easier to navigate and offers a cleaner design with more content.

February 8, 2008

Charlotte recalls Jermareo Davidson from the Sioux Falls Skyforce.

February 29, 2008

The Bobcats waive guard Jeff McInnis.

March 5, 2008

Jason Richardson scores a franchise-high-tying 42 points versus Golden State, two shy of his career high of 44 points. He becomes the second Bobcats player ever to score 40 or more points, joining Gerald Wallace.

March 8, 2008

Charlotte wins a franchise-record five consecutive games from March 2 to March 8.

March 10, 2008

Jason Richardson is named Eastern Conference Player of the Week for the week ending March 9. Richardson averaged 28.5 points, 6.5 rebounds, 3.0 assists and 1.8 steals during the week’s four games.

March 31, 2008

Jason Richardson is named Eastern Conference Player of the Week for the week ending March 30. The honor is Richardson’s second in four weeks. Richardson averaged 26.8 points, 6.8 rebounds, 3.0 assists, 2.3 steals and 1.0 blocked shot during the week’s four games. The Bobcats finish the month of March with a 9-7 record, setting a franchise record for wins in a single month.

April 8, 2008

Bobcats Sports & Entertainment announce that the company has reached a naming rights agreement with Time Warner Cable and a television broadcast rights deal with Fox Sports Net South. Charlotte Bobcats Arena will become Time Warner Cable Arena, and television carriage of Bobcats basketball games will move from News 14 Carolina to FSN South.

April 17, 2008

Jason Richardson finishes the 2007-08 with 243 three-point field goals, leading the NBA and ranking fourth all-time in NBA history.

April 26, 2008

Sam Vincent is relieved of head coaching duties.

April 29, 2008

The Bobcats name Hall of Fame coach Larry Brown as the third head coach in franchise history.

May 20, 2008

Charlotte lands the ninth overall selection in the 2008 NBA Draft Lottery held in Secaucus, New Jersey.

June 4, 2008

Dave Hanners, Phil Ford and Jeff Capel are named assistant coaches. Steve Stricker is named head athletic trainer and LaSalle Thompson is named strength and conditioning coach.

June 25, 2008

The Bobcats acquire an additional first-round pick in the 2008 NBA Draft, receiving the 20th overall selection from the Denver Nuggets in exchange for a future protected first-round pick.

June 26, 2008

With the ninth overall pick in the NBA Draft, the Bobcats select D.J. Augustin, an early-entry guard from Texas. The Bobcats pick French native Alexis Ajinca with the 20th overall selection. In addition, Charlotte drafts Washington State guard Kyle Weaver with the 38th overall pick.

July 6, 2008

Herb Brown is named assistant coach.

July 7, 2008

The Bobcats sign first-round draft picks D.J. Augustin and Alexis Ajinca.

July 8-11, 2008

The Bobcats take part in the 2008 Summer League presented by EA Sports in Las Vegas, Nevada, posting a 2-3 record. D.J. Augustin averages 19.7 points over three games to lead the team in scoring.

July 25, 2008

The Bobcats re-sign center Ryan Hollins.

July 31, 2008

The Bobcats re-sign forward/center Emeka Okafor.

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September 24, 2008

The Bobcats extend offer sheet to restricted free agent forward Carl Landry.

September 27, 2008

The Bobcats sign forward Andre Brown, guard Donell Taylor and forward Marcus Williams.

October 14, 2008

The Bobcats waive guard Donell Taylor and forward Marcus Williams.

October 16, 2008

The Bobcats sign forward Justin Williams.

October 23, 2008

The Bobcats waive forward Justin Williams.

October 27, 2008

The Bobcats waive forward Jermareo Davidson.

October 28, 2008

The Bobcats sign forward Linton Johnson III.

November 19, 2008

The Bobcats waive forwards Andre Brown and Linton Johnson III.

November 24, 2008

The Bobcats sign forward Dwayne Jones.

December 10, 2008

The Bobcats acquire guard Raja Bell, forward Boris Diaw and guard Sean Singletary from Phoenix in exchange for forward Jared Dudley and guard Jason Richardson.

December 12, 2008

The Bobcats sign forward Juwan Howard and waive forward Dwayne Jones.

January 16, 2009

The Bobcats acquire center DeSagana Diop from Dallas in exchange for guard Matt Carroll and center Ryan Hollins.

January 29, 2009

The Bobcats sign forward Cartier Martin to a 10-day contract.

February 7, 2009

The Bobcats acquire forward Vladimir Radmanovic from L.A. Lakers in exchange for forward Adam Morrison and guard Shannon Brown.

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The Bobcats sign free agent guard Shannon Brown.

August 11, 2008

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The Bobcats sign forward Cartier Martin for the remainder of the season.

March 9, 2009

The Bobcats assign Alexis Ajinca and Sean Singletary to the D-League Sioux Falls Skyforce.

March 11, 2009

The Bobcats sign guard Dontell Jefferson to a 10-day contract.

March 21, 2009

The Bobcats sign guard Dontell Jefferson to a second 10-day contract.

March 31, 2009

The Bobcats sign guard Dontell Jefferson for the remainder of the season.

April 30, 2009

D.J. Augustin is named to the 2008-09 Mobile NBA All-Rookie Second Team, in a vote of NBA head coaches.

May 18, 2009

D.J. Augustin is invited to participate in the USA Basketball Mini-Camp July 22-25 in Las Vegas, Nevada. The purpose of the mini-camp is to develop future National Team players for the 2010 World Championship in Istanbul, Turkey, and the 2012 Olympic Games in London, England.

June 23, 2009

The Bobcats extend a qualifying offer to guard Raymond Felton, making him a restricted free agent.

June 25, 2009

The Bobcats select Gerald Henderson with the 12th overall pick in the first round of the 2009 NBA Draft. The team also selects Derrick Brown and Robert Vaden with the 40th and 54th overall picks in the second round. The team later trades the draft rights to Robert Vaden to Oklahoma City in exchange for cash considerations.

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The Bobcats sign forward Cartier Martin to a second 10-day contract.

February 18, 2009

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The Bobcats sign second-round draft pick Derrick Brown.

July 28, 2009

The Bobcats acquire center Tyson Chandler from the New Orleans Hornets in exchange for forward/center Emeka Okafor.

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The Bobcats sign first-round draft pick Gerald Henderson.

July 13, 2009

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July 8, 2009

September 25, 2009 The Bobcats sign guards Ronald “Flip” Murray and Antonio Anderson. The Bobcats sign forward Stephen Graham.

September 28, 2009

The Bobcats unveil new uniforms to be worn beginning with the 2009-10 season.

October 2, 2009

The Bobcats introduce WFNZ as the team’s new flagship radio partner.

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The Bobcats exercise their 2010-11 option on D.J. Augustin.

October 22, 2009

The Bobcats waive guards Antonio Anderson and Dontell Jefferson.

October 29, 2009

The Bobcats exercise their 2010-11 option on Alexis Ajinca.

November 16, 2009

The Bobcats acquire guards Stephen Jackson and Acie Law from Golden State for guard Raja Bell and forward Vladimir Radmanovic.

November 30, 2009

Gerald Wallace is named Eastern Conference Player of the Week for the week ending November 29. Wallace averaged 25.3 points, 13.7 rebounds, 1.7 steals, 1.3 assists and 1.0 block and shot .543 from the field (25-46), .385 from beyond the three-point line (5-13) and .808 from the free-throw line (21-26) as the Bobcats defeated Toronto, Cleveland and Washington for a perfect 3-0 week.

November 30, 2009

The Bobcats assign Alexis Ajinca to the Maine Red Claws of the NBA D-League.

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January 2, 2010

The Bobcats overcome a 19-point deficit to defeat Miami, 107-97, tying the largest comeback in franchise history.

January 12, 2010

Stephen Jackson scores a career-high and franchise-record 43 points in a 102-94 win over Houston.

January 18, 2010

Gerald Wallace is named as a participant in the 2010 Sprite Slam Dunk Competition at All-Star Weekend.

January 19, 2010

Stephen Jackson is named Eastern Conference Player of the Week for the week ending January 17. Jackson averaged 29.3 points, 6.7 rebounds, 4.7 assists and 3.3 steals and shot .604 from the field (32-53), .529 from beyond the three-point line (9-17) and .750 from the free-throw line (15-20) as the Bobcats defeated Houston, San Antonio and Phoenix for a perfect 3-0 week.

January 20, 2010

The Bobcats beat Miami 104-65, setting franchise records for fewest points allowed (65), fewest field goals allowed (22), lowest field goal percentage allowed (.289), largest margin of victory (39) and largest lead in a game (41).

January 28, 2010

Gerald Wallace is named to the Eastern Conference All-Star Team, becoming first Bobcats player ever selected.

February 1, 2010

Larry Brown is named Eastern Conference Coach of the Month for the month of January, after leading the Bobcats to a 12-4 record, including 5-3 on the road. The 12 wins in a month was a franchise record, topping the previous high of nine. The honor is the first for a Bobcats coach.

February 2, 2010

The Bobcats recall Alexis Ajinca from the Maine Red Claws of the NBA D-League.

February 10, 2010

Gerald Wallace is named to the 2010-12 USA Basketball Men’s National Team Program.

February 13, 2010

Gerald Wallace participates in the 2010 Sprite Slam Dunk Competition at All-Star Weekend.

February 14, 2010

Gerald Wallace becomes the first Bobcats player to play in the NBA All-Star Game. Wallace tallied two points, three rebounds and one assist in 15:32.

February 18, 2010

The Bobcats acquire center Theo Ratliff from San Antonio for a protected second-round draft pick in 2016.

February 18, 2010

The Bobcats acquire forward Tyrus Thomas from Chicago for Acie Law, Ronald “Flip” Murray and a future first-round draft pick.

February 27, 2010

Robert L. Johnson reaches an agreement to sell his majority interest in the Bobcats to Michael Jordan.

March 9, 2010

The Bobcats beat Miami 83-78 for their 23rd home win of the season, breaking the franchise record for home wins in a season.

March 13, 2010

The Bobcats sign guard/forward Larry Hughes.

March 17, 2010

The NBA Board of Governors unanimously approves the sale of the majority interest in Bobcats to Michael Jordan.

March 17, 2010

The Bobcats overcome a 19-point deficit to beat Oklahoma City, 100-92, tying the largest comeback in franchise history for the second time this season.

March 23, 2010

The Bobcats defeat Washington 95-86 for their 36th win of the season, breaking the franchise record for wins.

April 7, 2010

The Bobcats clinch the first playoff berth in franchise history with a 104-103 win over the New Orleans Hornets. The win is also the 42nd of the season, guaranteeing the first winning season in franchise history.

April 14, 2010

The Bobcats conclude the regular season with a 44-38 record, setting a franchise record for wins in a season.

April 18, 2010

The Bobcats play the first playoff game in franchise history, falling 98-89 to the Orlando Magic.

April 24, 2010

The Bobcats play the first home playoff game in franchise history.

May 5, 2010

Gerald Wallace is named to the NBA All-Defensive First Team.

June 25, 2010

The Bobcats extend a qualifying offer to Tyrus Thomas, making him a restricted free agent.

July 5-9, 2010

The Bobcats participate in the 2010 AirTran Airways Pro Summer League in Orlando, finishing with a record of 3-2.

July 12, 2010

The Bobcats re-sign forward Tyrus Thomas.

July 13, 2010

The Bobcats acquire guard Matt Carroll, center Erick Dampier and forward Eduardo Najera from Dallas in exchange for centers Tyson Chandler and Alexis Ajinca.

July 20, 2010

The Bobcats sign guard Shaun Livingston.

July 22, 2010

The Bobcats sign forward Dominic McGuire.

August 6, 2010

The Bobcats sign guard Sherron Collins.

August 24, 2010

The Bobcats sign center Kwame Brown.

August 30, 2010

The Bobcats make a $250,000 donation to a Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools (CMS) scholarship fund to help defray the costs of middle school athletics in the coming academic year. The donation is the largest ever made by a professional sports franchise to CMS.

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The Bobcats sign guard Javaris Crittenton and forward Darius Miles.

September 28, 2010 The Bobcats sign center Matt Rogers. October 15, 2010

The Bobcats waive guard Javaris Crittenton.

October 21, 2010

The Bobcats waive forward Darius Miles and center Matt Rogers.

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The Bobcats assign guard Sherron Collins to the Maine Red Claws of the NBA D-League.

December 21, 2010

The Bobcats recall guard Sherron Collins from the Maine Red Claws of the NBA D-League.

December 22, 2010

The Bobcats announce Head Coach Larry Brown is stepping down and name Paul Silas Interim Head Coach.

December 26, 2010

The Bobcats name Ralph Lewis, Charles Oakley and Stephen Silas assistant coaches.

January 20, 2011

Boris Diaw plays in his 176th consecutive game since joining the Bobcats, breaking the franchise record for consecutive games played previously held by Emeka Okafor.

January 17, 2011

Boris Diaw records the second triple-double in franchise history with 25 points, 11 rebounds and 11 assists against Philadelphia.

February 12, 2011

The Bobcats erase a 22-point deficit to defeat the Hawks, 88-86, recording the largest comeback in franchise history.

February 16, 2011

The Bobcats extend the contract of Paul Silas and remove the interim tag from his title.

February 24, 2011

The Bobcats acquire forward Dante Cunningham, forward Sean Marks, center Joel Przybilla, two first-round draft picks and cash considerations in exchange for forward Gerald Wallace.

February 24, 2011

The Bobcats acquire guard Morris Peterson and forward DJ White from Oklahoma City in exchange for center Nazr Mohammed.

February 24, 2011

The Bobcats waive forward Derrick Brown, guard Sherron Collins and forward Dominic McGuire.

February 28, 2011

The Bobcats waive guard Morris Peterson.

March 3, 2011

The Bobcats re-sign forward Dominic McGuire and waive forward Sean Marks.

March 7, 2011

The Bobcats sign guard Garrett Temple to a 10-day contract.

March 17, 2011

The Bobcats sign guard Garrett Temple to a second 10-day contract.

March 26, 2011

The Bobcats have eight players score in double figures in a 114-106 win over New York, marking the first time in franchise history they have done so.

March 27, 2011

The Bobcats sign guard Garrett Temple for the remainder of the season.

March 30, 2011

D.J. Augustin hands out 12 assists with no turnovers and Boris Diaw adds 11 assists with no turnovers, becoming the first set of teammates to each record 10 or more assists and no turnovers in the same game since individual turnovers were first compiled in 1977-78, according to the Elias Sports Bureau.

June 14, 2011

The Bobcats promote Rod Higgins to President of Basketball Operations and name Rich Cho General Manager.

June 23, 2011

The Bobcats select Kemba Walker with the ninth overall pick in the 2011 NBA Draft. As part of a three-team trade, the Bobcats acquire the rights to seventh overall pick Bismack Biyombo from Sacramento and forward Corey Maggette from Milwaukee in exchange for sending guards Stephen Jackson and Shaun Livingston and the draft rights to 19th overall pick Tobias Harris to Milwaukee. The Bobcats also select Jeremy Tyler with the 39th overall pick and trade his rights to Golden State in exchange for cash considerations.

June 27, 2011

The Bobcats extend a qualifying offer to Dante Cunningham, making him a restricted free agent.

June 28, 2011

The Bobcats name Rob Werdann assistant coach.

December 1, 2011

The Bobcats announce Charles Oakley will not return as an assistant coach.

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December 9, 2010

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Stephen Jackson records the first triple-double in franchise history, tallying 24 points, 10 rebounds and 10 assists in a 123-105 win over Phoenix.

FRONT OFFICE

November 20, 2010

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December 14, 2011

The Bobcats sign forward/center Melvin Ely

December 15, 2011

The Bobcats sign guard Reggie Williams

December 19, 2011

The Bobcats acquire center Byron Mullens from Oklahoma City in exchange for a 2013 second-round draft pick

December 19, 2011

The Bobcats sign first-round draft pick Bismack Biyombo

December 21, 2011

The Bobcats waive guard Will Blalock, forward Ronald Dupree and forward Ismail Muhammad.

December 23, 2011

The Bobcats waive forward/center Melvin Ely, forward Taylor Griffin and forward Durrell Summers.

December 24, 2011

The Bobcats waive guard Ben Uzoh.

December 25, 2011

The Bobcats claim guard Cory Higgins off waivers from Denver.

January 25, 2012

The Bobcats exercise the fourth-year option on the contract of guard Gerald Henderson.

January 28, 2012

Guard Kemba Walker records the third triple-double in franchise history with 20 points, 11 assists and 10 rebounds against Washington.

HISTORY

The Bobcats sign first-round draft pick Kemba Walker.

PLAYOFFS

The Bobcats sign forward Derrick Brown.

December 11, 2011

RECORDS

December 10, 2011

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KEY DATES IN BOBCATS HISTORY February 22, 2012

Bobcats Sports & Entertainment and broadcast partner SportSouth unveil a 26-foot, 14,000-pound refrigerated mobile pantry for Second Harvest Food Bank of Metrolina that was funded by a cash donation of $250,000. This vehicle will serve as a transport unit for over 100,000 pounds of pre-packaged food items and canned goods.

February 24, 2012

Guard Kemba Walker participates in the BBVA Rising Stars Challenge at NBA All-Star Weekend in Orlando, recording 10 points, a game-high 10 assists, five rebounds and two steals in 25 minutes.

March 21, 2012

The Bobcats waive forward Boris Diaw.

April 15, 2012

The Bobcats sign forward Jamario Moon.

April 30, 2012

The Bobcats announce that Paul Silas will not return as head coach for the 2012-13 season.

May 30, 2012

The Bobcats receive the second overall pick in the 2012 NBA Draft during the NBA Draft Lottery.

June 20, 2012

The Bobcats name Mike Dunlap head coach.

June 20, 2012

The Bobcats unveil new uniforms and a new color treatment for the team’s logos. The primary and secondary logo marks remain the same, with a new color scheme that includes a darker shade of blue and more cool gray than before, while also introducing light blue and reducing the amount of orange.

June 26, 2012

The Bobcats acquire guard Ben Gordon and a future first-round draft pick from Detroit in exchange for forward Corey Maggette.

June 28, 2012

The Bobcats select Michael Kidd-Gilchrist with the second overall pick in the 2012 NBA Draft and Jeffery Taylor with the 31st overall pick.

June 29, 2012

The Bobcats extend qualifying offers to guard D.J. Augustin and forward Derrick Brown, making them restricted free agents.

July 7, 2012

The Bobcats sign first-round draft pick Michael Kidd-Gilchrist.

July 8, 2012

The Bobcats name Rick Brunson and Stephen Silas assistant coaches.

July 12, 2012

The Bobcats withdraw the qualifying offer to guard D.J. Augustin.

July 13, 2012

The Bobcats sign second-round draft pick Jeffery Taylor.

July 13, 2012

The Bobcats sign guard Ramon Sessions.

July 13-20, 2012

The Bobcats participate in the 2012 NBA Summer League in Las Vegas, finishing with a record of 4-1.

July 14, 2012

The Bobcats are awarded center Brendan Haywood off waivers from Dallas after he was designated by the Mavericks as the team’s amnesty player.

July 18, 2012

The Bobcats withdraw the qualifying offer to forward Derrick Brown.

August 27, 2012

The Bobcats name Dan Leibovitz and Brian Winters assistant coaches.

September 5, 2012

The Bobcats announce the team will hold its 2012 training camp at Kimmel Arena on the campus of UNC Asheville.

September 6, 2012

The Bobcats re-sign Cory Higgins

September 25, 2012

The Bobcats sign Jeff Adrien, Paris Horne, Josh Owens and DaJuan Summers

October 6, 2012

The Bobcats waive Jeff Adrien and Paris Horne

October 26, 2012

The Bobcats exercise the third-year options on forward Bismack Biyombo and guard Kemba Walker.

October 27, 2012

The Bobcats waive forward Josh Owens and forward DaJuan Summers.

November 9, 2012

Ben Gordon sets franchise record for points in a game by a reserve scoring 34 points off the bench against New Orleans.

November 10, 2012

Michael Kidd-Gilchrist scores 25 points and grabs 12 rebounds, becoming the ninth player in NBA history to tally at least 25 points and 12 rebounds in a game before their 20th birthday.

November 13, 2012

The Bobcats acquire forward Hakim Warrick from New Orleans in exchange for guard Matt Carroll.

November 28, 2012

Ben Gordon sets franchise records for points in a quarter (20), three-point field goals in a quarter (5) and three-point field goals in a half (6) against Atlanta.

December 3, 2012

Ben Gordon sets a franchise record with eight three point-field goals in a game and ties the franchise record for points in a half (27) against Portland.

December 5, 2012

Michael Kidd-Gilchrist is named Eastern Conference Rookie of the Month for November, after averaging 10.9 points, 6.5 rebounds, 1.5 assists, 1.3 blocks and 1.2 steals in 15 games played.

December 9, 2012

The Bobcats sign forward Jeff Adrien and waive guard Cory Higgins.

December 19, 2012

Michael Kidd-Gilchrist scores 25 points and grabs 12 rebounds, becoming only the second player in NBA history to tally at least 25 points and 12 rebounds in a game twice before his 20th birthday, along with LeBron James.

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January 9, 2013

Ben Gordon (20 points), Gerald Henderson (14 points), Ramon Sessions (14 points) and Hakim Warrick (10 points) each score in double figures off the bench against Utah, marking just the second time in franchise history that the Bobcats had four reserves score in double figures in a game.

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The Bobcats sign guard Jannero Pargo to a 10-day contract.

March 21, 2013

Bobcats Sports & Entertainment and broadcast partner Fox Sports Carolinas/SportSouth join together for a $200,000 sponsorship of Y Achievers, a YMCA of Greater Charlotte program that operates in partnership with Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools.

March 24, 2013

The Bobcats sign guard Jannero Pargo to a second 10-day contract.

April 3, 2013

The Bobcats sign guard Jannero Pargo for the reminder of the season.

April 16, 2013

Bobcats Sports & Entertainment and Lowe’s partner to donate a full-service literacy bus that will encourage reading and learning programs for Charlotte-area youth between the ages of 5 and 13.

April 17, 2013

The Bobcats beat the New York Knicks to record their 21st win of the season, becoming the first team in NBA history to triple their win total from the previous year.

April 17, 2013

Kemba Walker finishes the season with a franchise-record 160 steals.

April 23, 2013

The Bobcats announce the team has relieved Mike Dunlap of his duties as head coach.

May 14, 2013

Michael Kidd-Gilchrist selected to the NBA All-Rookie Second Team.

May 21, 2013

Bobcats Sports & Entertainment announces that the organization has submitted an application to the NBA Board of Governors to change the team’s name to Charlotte Hornets starting with the 2014-15 season.

May 21, 2013

The Bobcats receive the fourth overall pick in the 2013 NBA Draft during the NBA Draft Lottery.

May 29, 2013

The Bobcats name Steve Clifford head coach.

June 27, 2013

The Bobcats select forward Cody Zeller with the fourth overall pick of the 2013 NBA Draft.

June 28, 2013

The Bobcats extend a qualifying offer to guard Gerald Henderson, making him a restricted free agent.

July 1, 2013

The Bobcats name Patrick Ewing associate head coach and Bob Beyer, Stephen Silas, Bob Weiss and Mark Price assistant coaches.

July 10, 2013

The Bobcats request waivers on forward Tyrus Thomas, designating him as the team’s amnesty player.

July 10, 2013

The Bobcats sign first-round draft pick Cody Zeller.

July 10, 2013

The Bobcats sign center Al Jefferson.

July 11, 2013

The Bobcats re-sign forward Josh McRoberts.

July 12-21, 2013

The Bobcats participate in the 2013 NBA Summer League in Las Vegas, going 4-2 and reaching the semifinals of the inaugural single-elimination tournament.

July 18, 2013

The NBA Board of Governors unanimously approves Bobcats Sports & Entertainment’s application to change the team’s name to Charlotte Hornets starting with the 2014-15 NBA season.

July 22-25, 2013

Kemba Walker and Michael Kidd-Gilchrist participate in the 2013 USA Basketball Men’s National Team Mini-Camp.

July 30, 2013

The Bobcats re-sign guard Gerald Henderson.

August 9, 2013

The Bobcats re-sign guard Jannero Pargo.

August 12, 2013

Bobcats Sports & Entertainment and Lowe’s announce a new grant program that will award $50,000 annually for education-related refurbishment projects in Mecklenburg County.

August 19, 2013

The Bobcats sign forward Anthony Tolliver.

August 26, 2013

Bobcats Sports & Entertainment and the YMCA of Greater Charlotte announce a multi-faceted partnership focused on promoting healthy activity for kids and teens. The Bobcats become the first NBA team to partner with the YMCA to this extent in terms of its wide-ranging scope and cross-promotional opportunities.

Aug. 29-Sept. 1, 2013

Bismack Biyombo participates in Basketball Without Borders South Africa.

September 5, 2013

The Bobcats sign forward James Southerland.

September 27, 2013

The Bobcats sign guards Troy Daniels and Abdul Gaddy and center Patrick O’Bryant.

October 10, 2013

The Bobcats waive guards Troy Daniels and Abdul Gaddy.

NBA

Bobcats Sports & Entertainment celebrates the 10 millionth guest to attend an event at Time Warner Cable Arena.

March 14, 2013

HISTORY

The Bobcats acquire forward Josh McRoberts from the Orlando Magic in exchange for forward Hakim Warrick.

March 5, 2013

PLAYOFFS

February 21, 2013

RECORDS

Kemba Walker and Michael Kidd-Gilchrist participate in the 2013 BBVA Rising Stars Challenge at NBA All-Star Weekend in Houston. As teammates on Team Shaq, Walker tallies eight points, eight assists, two steals and one rebound, while Kidd-Gilchrist adds eight points, four rebounds and three assists.

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February 15, 2013

PLAYERS

Byron Mullens (12), Bismack Biyombo (10), Gerald Henderson (10) and Michael Kidd-Gilchrist (10) each grab at least 10 rebounds against the Lakers, marking the first time in franchise history that the Bobcats had four players with doublefigure rebounds in one game.

BBALL OPS

February 8, 2013

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North AmericaN Offices New Jersey 100 Plaza Drive Secaucus, NJ 07094 Telephone: (201) 865-1500 Fax: (201) 974-5973

New York Olympic Tower 645 Fifth Avenue New York, NY 10022 Telephone: (212) 407-8000 Fax: (212) 832-3861

International Offices CANADA 50 Bay Street, Suite 1402 Toronto, Ontario Canada M5J 3A5 Telephone: (416) 364-2030 Fax: (416) 364-0205 EUROPE Headquarters - NBA EMEA 125 Kensington High Street London, W8 5SF, UK Telephone: +44-20-7795-8921 Fax: +44-20-7795-8901 Spain pq. Empresarial ‘La Finca’ Edif. 15A, 28223 Pozuelo de Alarcon Madrid, Spain Telephone: +34-911-115-800 Fax: +34-917-995-182 Turkey Tarakci Caddesi Bele Gerden Stesi No8 Zekeriyaka Sariyer Istanbul, Turkey Telephone: +90-530-772-7975

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Taiwan Suite 1303, No. 88, Section 2, Chung Hsiao East Road Taipei, Taiwan ROC Telephone: +886-2-2358-1900 Fax: +886-2-2358-1098

LATIN AMERICA Brazil Praia de Botafogo, 501 Torre Pão de Açúcar – 1st floor Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil CEP: 22250-040 Telephone: +55-21-2586-6187 Mexico Av. Santa Fe #94 A Tower 8th Floor. (SAMARA building) Col. Zedec Santa Fe. Mexico City, Mexico 01210 Telephone: +52-55-88511146

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Korea 21F, Seoul Finance Center 136 Sejong-daero, Jung-gu Seoul, Korea 100-768 Telephone: +822-3782 6837 Fax: +822-3782-4555 China—Beijing 19th Floor, Office Tower 2, China Central Place, No. 79 Jianguo Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing 100025, China Telephone: +86-10-5200-8200 Fax: +86-10-5200-8202

China—Shanghai Unit 2703-08, 27/F, Tower, 2, Plaza 66 1366 Nanjing West Road Shanghai 200040, China Telephone: +86-21-6137-2200 Fax: +86-21-6288-9920


NBA DEVELOPMENT LEAGUE

Los Angeles D-Fenders 555 North Nash Street; El Segundo, CA 90245 Tel: (310) 426-6000; Fax: (310) 426-6031 Arena: Toyota Sports Center Media Relations Contact: Daniel Ramirez (dramirez@d-fenders.com) NBA Affiliation: Los Angeles Lakers

Springfield Armor 1 Monarch Place, Suite 220; Springfield, MA 01144 Tel: (413) 746-3263; Fax: (413) 746-3262 Arena: MassMutual Center Media Relations Contact: Eli Pearlstein (epearlstein@armorhoops.com) NBA Affiliation: Brooklyn

Reno Bighorns 9393 Gateway Drive,  Suite BH; Reno, NV 89511 Tel: (775) 284-2622; Fax: (775) 853-1601 Arena: Reno Events Center Media Relations Contact: Allison Strekal (abeck@renobighorns.com) NBA Affiliation: Sacramento

Tulsa 66ers 10425 South 82nd East Avenue, Suite 105; Tulsa, OK 74133 Tel: (918) 585-8447; Fax: (918) 398-6930 Arena: SpiritBank Event Center Media Relations Contact: Ben Coldagelli (bcoldagelli@tulsa66ers.com) NBA Affiliation: Oklahoma City

MISC.

Rio Grande Valley Vipers 4500 North 10th Street, Suite 315; McAllen, TX 78504 Tel: (956) 972-1144; Fax: (956) 972-1150 Arena: State Farm Arena Media Relations Contact: Rebecca Sweat (rsweat@rgvipers.com) NBA Affiliation: Houston

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Maine Red Claws 413 Congress Street; Portland, ME 04101 Tel: 207-210-6655; Fax: 207-210-6659 Arena: Portland Exposition Building Media Relations Contact: TBD NBA Affiliation: Boston

Texas Legends 2601 Avenue of the Stars, Suite 300; Frisco, TX 75034 Tel: (214) 469-0822; Fax: (214) 469-0823 Arena: Dr. Pepper Arena Media Relations Contact: Britney Wynn (bwynn@texlegends.com) NBA Affiliation: Dallas

HISTORY

Fort Wayne Mad Ants 1910 St. Joe Center Rd, Suite 61; Fort Wayne, IN 46825 Tel: (260) 469-4667; Fax: (260) 469-4674 Arena: Allen County War Memorial Coliseum Media Relations Contact: Audrey Siebrase (audrey@fortwaynehoops.com) NBA Affiliations: Charlotte, Detroit, Indiana, Memphis, Milwaukee, Orlando

Sioux Falls Skyforce 2131 South Minnesota Ave; Sioux Falls, SD 57105 Tel: (605) 332-0605; Fax: (605) 332-2305 Arena: Sanford Pentagon Media Relations Contact: Brett Hansen (brett@skyforceonline.com) NBA Affiliation: Miami

PLAYOFFS

Erie BayHawks 110 East 8th Street; Erie, PA 16501 Tel: (814) 790-5600; Fax: (814) 790-5608 Arena: Erie Insurance Arena Media Relations Contact: Jason Vaughan (jason.vaughan@nbaerie.com) NBA Affiliation: New York

Iowa Energy 730 3rd Street; Des Moines, Iowa 50309 Tel: (515) 564-8550; Fax: (515) 564-8551 Arena: Wells Fargo Arena Media Relations Contact: Randi Burrell, Patrick Jacobson (rburrell@iowanba.com, pjacobson@iowanba.com) NBA Affiliations: Chicago, Denver, New Orleans, Minnesota, Washington

RECORDS

Delaware 87ers 300 Martin Luther King Blvd, Suite 200; Wilmington, DE 19801 Tel: (302) 504-7587; Fax: TBD Arena: Bob Carpenter Sports/Convocation Center Media Relations Contact: Nicole Pender (nicolepender@sevens.com) NBA Affiliation: Philadelphia

Santa Cruz Warriors 903 Pacific Avenue, Suite 101; Santa Cruz, CA 95060 Tel: (831) 731-4396; Fax: (831) 466-3201 Arena: Kaiser Permanente Arena Media Relations Contact: Matt De Nesnera (mdenesnera@santacruzbasketball.com) NBA Affiliation: Golden State

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Canton Charge 1101 Market Avenue North; Canton, OH 44702 Tel: (330) 489-1701; Fax: (330) 489-1703 Arena: Canton Memorial Civic Center Media Relations Contact: Sean Wyatt (swyatt@cantoncharge.com) NBA Affiliation: Cleveland

Idaho Stampede 233 South Capitol Blvd., Suite 100; Boise, ID 83702 Tel: (208) 388-4667; Fax: (208) 388-3845 Arena: CenturyLink Arena Media Relations Contact: Ty Carter (ty@idahostampede.com) NBA Affiliation: Portland

PLAYERS

Bakersfield Jam 1400 Norris Road; Bakersfield, CA 93308 Tel: (661) 615-6550; Fax: (661) 615-6555 Arena: Dignity Health Event Center Media Relations Contact: William Aquije (william@bakersfieldjam.com) NBA Affiliations: Atlanta, Los Angeles Clippers, Phoenix, Toronto, Utah

Senior Coordinator, Communications Joanna Shapiro (212) 407-8737, jshapiro@nba.com

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Austin Toros 12885 N. Highway 183, Suite 207; Austin, TX 78750 Tel: (512) 236-8333; Fax: (512) 236-8444 Arena: Cedar Park Center Media Relations Contact: Perri Travillion (ptravillion@austintoros.com) NBA Affiliation: San Antonio

President Dan Reed

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NBA D-League Office Olympic Tower, 645 5th Avenue; New York, NY 10022

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NBA OPPONENTS Atlanta Hawks Centennial Tower 101 Marietta Street Suite 1900 Atlanta, GA 30303 (404) 878-3800

Boston Celtics 226 Causeway Street Fourth Floor Boston, MA 02114 (617) 854-8000

2013-14 SCHEDULE vs HAWKS

2013-14 SCHEDULE vs CELTICS

2013-14 SCHEDULE vs NETS

November 11................................... at Charlotte December 28...................................... at Atlanta March 17......................................... at Charlotte April 14.............................................. at Atlanta

November 13 ......................................at Boston November 25 .................................. at Charlotte April 11...............................................at Boston

November 20................................... at Charlotte February 12...................................... at Brooklyn March 19.......................................... at Brooklyn March 26......................................... at Charlotte

BOBCATS vs HAWKS (16-20, HOME: 11-7, AWAY: 5-13)

BOBCATS vs CELTICS (9-23, HOME: 6-10, AWAY: 3-13)

BOBCATS vs NETS (9-24, HOME: 3-13, AWAY: 6-11)

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2004-05 vs HAWKS (3-1) November 27 January 15 April 11 April 13

at Charlotte at Atlanta at Atlanta at Charlotte

12-13 REVIEW RECORDS PLAYOFFS

December 27 February 1 March 28 April 14

at Atlanta at Charlotte at Charlotte at Atlanta

November 12 January 25 March 4 March 14

at Atlanta at Atlanta at Charlotte at Charlotte

L W W W

at Atlanta at Atlanta at Charlotte at Charlotte

90-98 96-75 104-85 101-87

at Atlanta at Atlanta at Charlotte at Charlotte

L 109-117 L 84-93 W 100-98* W 108-93

L L L W

HISTORY

at Charlotte at Atlanta at Atlanta at Charlotte

83-88 79-83 97-102 98-91

W 103-83 L 89-103 L 92-93* W 109-100

2010-11 vs HAWKS (2-2)

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December 17 January 22 February 12 April 13

at Atlanta at Charlotte at Atlanta at Charlotte

L L W W

85-90 87-103 88-86 96-85

2011-12 vs HAWKS (0-4) January 6 January 12 April 4 April 7

at Charlotte at Atlanta at Atlanta at Charlotte

L 96-102* L 81-111 L 93-120 L 96-116

MISC.

2012-13 vs HAWKS (0-4) November 23 November 28 December 13 January 23

at Charlotte at Atlanta at Atlanta at Charlotte

L L L L

November 5 at Charlotte November 25 at Boston January 4 at Boston

W 107-105* L 89-90 L 106-109

December 7 December 14 February 15 April 6

November 8 November 22 December 16 March 21

at Boston at Charlotte at Charlotte at Boston

November 24 January 9 February 29 April 5

at Charlotte at Boston at Boston at Charlotte

91-101 91-94 90-113 92-104

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November 29 at Charlotte at Charlotte January 6 April 1 at Boston

L 108-110* W 92-83 L 100-106 W 92-84

at Charlotte at Boston at Charlotte at Boston

L L W W

at Boston at Charlotte at Charlotte

L L L

January 4 January 8 February 8 April 15

at New Jersey at Charlotte at Charlotte at New Jersey

December 26 at New Jersey December 27 at Charlotte at New Jersey April 13

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at Boston at Charlotte at Charlotte at Boston

L W W L

W 96-92 L 85-92 L 107-113*

L 96-102 W 115-99 L 90-104 L 108-112*

W 95-87 L 103-114* L 87-91

2009-10 vs NETS (2-2) 59-92 90-108 90-104

November 2 December 4 February 16 April 12

62-93 94-99 94-89 83-81

November 3 December 3 February 11 April 11

89-95 95-102 82-94

January 22 March 4 March 9 March 24

at Charlotte at New Jersey at Charlotte at New Jersey

W L L W

79-68 91-97 94-103 105-95

2010-11 vs NETS (3-1) at New Jersey at Charlotte at Charlotte at New Jersey

W 85-83 W 91-84* L 89-94 W 105-103

2011-12 vs NETS (0-4)

2012-13 vs CELTICS (2-2) January 14 February 11 March 12 March 16

L 84-97 W 91-83 L 94-95 L 102-113

2006-07 vs NETS (1-2)

2011-12 vs CELTICS (0-3) February 7 March 26 April 15

at Charlotte at New Jersey at Charlotte at New Jersey

November 28 at New Jersey January 17 at Charlotte March 24 at Charlotte

2010-11 vs CELTICS (2-2) December 11 January 14 February 7 March 25

86-99 91-94 86-93 91-95

2008-09 vs NETS (1-2)

L 84-89 W 114-106* L 109-111**

L L L

L L L L

2007-08 vs NETS (1-3)

L 95-96 W 95-83 L 100-108 L 78-101

2009-10 vs CELTICS (0-3) October 28 at Boston December 1 at Charlotte at Boston March 3

at New Jersey at Charlotte at New Jersey at Charlotte

2005-06 vs NETS (1-3)

2008-09 vs CELTICS (1-2)

2009-10 vs HAWKS (2-2) November 6 January 22 March 19 April 6

November 30 December 21 February 25 March 28

2007-08 vs CELTICS (1-3)

2008-09 vs HAWKS (1-3) November 21 December 15 February 6 March 6

71-94 92-97 84-104 110-119

L L L L

2006-07 vs CELTICS (2-2)

2007-08 vs HAWKS (2-2) November 14 December 15 February 13 Mar. 7

at Boston at Charlotte at Boston at Charlotte

2005-06 vs CELTICS (1-2)

W 93-90 L 92-102 W 125-117 W 116-110

2006-07 vs HAWKS (3-1) November 29 January 19 January 20 March 28

2004-05 vs NETS (0-4)

2004-05 vs CELTICS (0-4)

W 107-92 L 95-103 W 110-105* W 105-84

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Brooklyn Nets 15 MetroTech Center, 11th Floor, Brooklyn, NY 11201

89-100 94-91 100-74 88-105

at New Jersey at Charlotte at Charlotte at New Jersey

L L L L

87-97 101-104 74-83 89-102

2012-13 vs NETS (0-3) December 28 at Brooklyn March 6 at Charlotte April 6 at Brooklyn *Overtime

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81-97 78-99 105-96


NBA OPPONENTS Cleveland Cavaliers Quicken Loans Arena One Center Court Cleveland, OH 44115 (216) 420-2000

Dallas Mavericks 2500 Victory Avenue Dallas, TX 75219 (214) 655-4660

2013-14 SCHEDULE vs CAVALIERS

2013-14 SCHEDULE vs MAVERICKS

November 1..................................... at Charlotte November 15 ................................. at Cleveland March 7........................................... at Charlotte April 5............................................ at Cleveland

December 3..........................................at Dallas February 11..................................... at Charlotte

BOBCATS vs BULLS (10-22, HOME: 6-10, AWAY: 4-12)

BOBCATS vs CAVALIERS (9-22, HOME: 8-8, AWAY: 1-14)

BOBCATS vs MAVERICKS (1-16, HOME: 1-7, AWAY: 0-9)

L L L L

93-101 90-94 99-102 97-112

L 105-109* W 105-92 W 93-80 L 107-113

2006-07 vs BULLS (1-2) December 23 at Chicago February 14 at Charlotte April 13 at Chicago

L W L

L L L W

December 8 January 11 March 16 April 2

W 110-101* W 96-80 L 106-113

L 90-93 W 113-108 L 88-96 L 89-98

W W L L

96-91 83-82 94-96 84-101

89-95 64-95 68-100

2012-13 vs BULLS (1-2) W L L

91-81 85-93 75-105

December 29 at Charlotte March 30 at Charlotte April 5 at Cleveland

W W L

88-98 76-90

2006-07 vs MAVERICKS (0-2) November 20 at Charlotte December 26 at Dallas

L L

85-93 84-97

2007-08 vs MAVERICKS (0-2) January 23 March 12

at Charlotte at Dallas

L L

95-102 93-118

November 18 at Charlotte December 11 at Dallas

79-96 74-94 81-111

79-90 94-87 91-88 110-93

101-92 98-97 89-99

L L

83-100 90-95

2009-10 vs MAVERICKS (0-2) L L

97-98* 84-89

2010-11 vs MAVERICKS (0-2) October 27 February 5

at Dallas at Charlotte

L L

86-101 92-101

2011-12 vs MAVERICKS (0-1) March 15

at Dallas

L

96-101

2012-13 vs MAVERICKS (1-1) November 3 at Dallas November 10 at Charlotte

L 99-126 W 101-97*

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2011-12 vs CAVALIERS (0-3) January 3 January 16 April 10

at Cleveland at Charlotte at Cleveland

L L L

101-115 94-102 90-103

2012-13 vs CAVALIERS (1-2) January 4 February 6 April 17

at Charlotte at Cleveland at Charlotte

L 104-106 L 95-122 W 105-98

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MISC.

December 31 at Chicago January 28 at Chicago February 22 at Charlotte

L W W W

L L

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L L L

at Cleveland at Charlotte at Cleveland at Charlotte

2005-06 vs MAVERICKS (0-2)

December 12 at Dallas March 1 at Charlotte

2010-11 vs CAVALIERS (2-1)

2011-12 vs BULLS (0-3) January 21 at Chicago February 10 at Charlotte April 18 at Charlotte

October 31 November 27 January 3 February 19

99-105 93-104

HISTORY

at Charlotte at Chicago at Chicago at Charlotte

L L L

L L

2008-09 vs MAVERICKS (0-2)

W 96-93 L 106-113** L 91-98 L 114-118

2009-10 vs CAVALIERS (3-1)

2010-11 vs BULLS (2-2) January 12 January 18 February 15 March 9

W 92-88 L 101-104 L 81-101 W 108-100

2008-09 vs CAVALIERS (0-3) October 30 at Cleveland December 6 at Charlotte January 7 at Cleveland

at Charlotte at Dallas

PLAYOFFS

at Chicago at Charlotte at Chicago at Charlotte

L 91-103 L 118-120* L 97-101

2007-08 vs CAVALIERS (1-3) at Charlotte at Cleveland at Cleveland at Charlotte

January 21 March 19

November 11 at Charlotte March 3 at Dallas

2006-07 vs CAVALIERS (2-2)

95-111 82-91 97-109 90-77

2009-10 vs BULLS (1-3) November 7 January 5 April 3 April 14

at Charlotte at Cleveland at Charlotte

November 4 at Charlotte December 13 at Cleveland February 2 at Cleveland March 20 at Charlotte

2008-09 vs BULLS (2-1) December 16 at Charlotte March 3 at Charlotte April 11 at Chicago

89-106 84-100 83-94 98-100*

RECORDS

at Chicago at Charlotte at Charlotte at Chicago

January 30 March 22 April 2

79-115 100-85 81-100

2007-08 vs BULLS (1-3) December 1 December 5 January 2 January 25

L L L L

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at Chicago at Chicago at Charlotte at Charlotte

at Charlotte at Cleveland at Charlotte at Cleveland

2005-06 vs CAVALIERS (0-3)

2005-06 vs BULLS (2-2) November 2 December 20 December 28 March 31

November 18 November 20 January 3 January 11

PLAYERS

at Chicago at Charlotte at Charlotte at Chicago

2004-05 vs MAVERICKS (0-2)

2004-05 vs CAVALIERS (0-4)

2004-05 vs BULLS (0-4) January 27 February 26 March 30 April 2

BBALL OPS

2013-14 SCHEDULE vs BULLS November 18.....................................at Chicago January 11........................................at Chicago January 25...................................... at Charlotte April 16........................................... at Charlotte

FRONT OFFICE

Chicago Bulls 1901 W. Madison St. Chicago, IL 60612 (312) 455-4000

*Overtime


BBALL OPS

FRONT OFFICE

NBA OPPONENTS Denver Nuggets 1000 Chopper Circle Denver, CO 80204 (303) 405-1100

Detroit Pistons 6 Championship Dr. Auburn Hills, MI 48326 (248) 377-0100

2013-14 SCHEDULE vs NUGGETS

2013-14 SCHEDULE vs PISTONS

2013-14 SCHEDULE vs WARRIORS

January 29..........................................at Denver March 10......................................... at Charlotte

December 20....................................... at Detroit February 18......................................... at Detroit February 19..................................... at Charlotte

December 9..................................... at Charlotte February 4..................................at Golden State

BOBCATS vs NUGGETS (5-12, HOME: 4-5, AWAY: 1-7)

BOBCATS vs PISTONS (10-23, HOME: 6-11, AWAY: 4-12)

BOBCATS vs WARRIORS (8-9, HOME: 5-4, AWAY: 3-5)

PLAYERS

2004-05 vs NUGGETS (1-1) February 16 at Charlotte March 16 at Denver

2004-05 vs PISTONS (2-1)

W 94-88 L 101-120

2005-06 vs NUGGETS (0-2)

12-13 REVIEW

November 12 at Charlotte February 29 at Denver

RECORDS

December 13 at Charlotte February 21 at Denver

November 11 at Charlotte January 30 at Denver

L L

85-101 84-100

2006-07 vs NUGGETS (1-1) L 101-108 W 105-101

2007-08 vs NUGGETS (1-1) January 14 February 2

at Charlotte at Denver

W 119-116 L 101-117

L L

PLAYOFFS

W L

107-95 93-104

2010-11 vs NUGGETS (1-1) December 7 at Charlotte March 2 at Denver

W L

100-98 80-120

2011-12 vs NUGGETS (0-1) March 30

at Charlotte

L

2005-06 vs PISTONS (0-4) December 17 January 14 March 12 March 18

L L

at Charlotte at Detroit at Detroit at Charlotte

L L L L

78-103 91-114 78-94 103-108

2006-07 vs PISTONS (2-2) November 24 December 3 January 10 January 24

at Detroit at Charlotte at Detroit at Charlotte

88-99

December 9 at Detroit January 12 at Charlotte February 10 at Detroit

L W W L

95-104 97-89 103-96 92-103

November 3 December 13 January 13 April 5

88-110 99-113

at Charlotte at Charlotte at Detroit at Detroit

L L W L

83-101 86-90 80-78 97-104

2009-10 vs PISTONS (2-1) November 11 at Detroit December 22 at Charlotte April 10 at Charlotte

L W W

75-98 88-76 99-95

2010-11 vs PISTONS (2-2) November 5 December 27 February 2 April 10

at Detroit at Charlotte at Detroit at Charlotte

L 90-97 W 105-100 W 97-87 L 101-112

2011-12 vs PISTONS (0-4) NBA

January 13 February 29 March 31 April 12

at Charlotte at Detroit at Detroit at Charlotte

L 81-98 L 94-109 L 107-110* L 85-109

2012-13 vs PISTONS (1-3)

MISC.

January 6 February 20 March 23 April 12 *Overtime

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November 13 at Charlotte December 12 at Golden State

L L

87-103 87-99

2005-06 vs WARRIORS (1-1) December 2 at Golden State L 100-107 March 8 at Charlotte W 104-101 2006-07 vs WARRIORS (1-1) January 27 February 3

at Golden State L 105-131 at Charlotte W 98-90

2007-08 vs WARRIORS (1-1) February 1 March 5

at Golden State L 96-127 at Charlotte W 118-109

2008-09 vs WARRIORS (1-1)

L 104-85 L 103-100* L 113-87

2008-09 vs PISTONS (1-3)

2012-13 vs NUGGETS (0-2) December 22 at Denver February 23 at Charlotte

2004-05 vs WARRIORS (0-2)

L 116-117** W 91-89 W 97-86

2007-08 vs PISTONS (0-3) 80-88 99-110

2009-10 vs NUGGETS (1-1)

HISTORY

November 21 at Detroit November 23 at Charlotte April 20 at Charlotte

2008-09 vs NUGGETS (0-2)

December 8 at Charlotte January 25 at Denver

186

Golden State Warriors 1011 Broadway Oakland, CA 94607 (510) 986-2200

W 108-101* L 99-105 L 91-92 L 93-113

December 20 at Charlotte L 103-110 February 27 at Golden State W 112-109 2009-10 vs WARRIORS (2-0) January 29 March 6

at Golden State W 121-110 at Charlotte W 101-90

2010-11 vs WARRIORS (1-1) December 31 at Charlotte L 95-96 January 28 at Golden State W 121-113* 2011-12 vs WARRIORS (1-0) January 14

at Charlotte

W 112-100

2012-13 vs WARRIORS (0-2) December 10 at Charlotte L December 21 at Golden State L *Overtime

96-104 100-115


NBA OPPONENTS Indiana Pacers 125 S. Pennsylvania St. Indianapolis, IN 46204 (317) 917-2500

Los Angeles Clippers 6951 S. Centinela Blvd. Playa Vista, CA 90094 (310) 862-6000

2013-14 SCHEDULE vs PACERS

2013-14 SCHEDULE vs CLIPPERS

November 27................................... at Charlotte December 13......................................at Indiana March 5........................................... at Charlotte

January 1.................................... at Los Angeles January 22...................................... at Charlotte

BOBCATS vs ROCKETS (5-13, HOME: 4-5, AWAY: 1-8)

BOBCATS vs PACERS (10-22, HOME: 7-8, AWAY: 3-14)

BOBCATS vs CLIPPERS (5-12, HOME: 3-6, AWAY: 2-6)

2004-05 vs ROCKETS (2-0)

2005-06 vs ROCKETS (1-1) January 10 January 25

at Charlotte at Houston

W 111-106** L 78-102

L L

92-62 83-104

2007-08 vs ROCKETS (0-2) November 11 at Charlotte March 14 at Houston

L L

85-82 80-89

78-99 86-91

2009-10 vs ROCKETS (1-1) January 12 April 9

at Charlotte at Houston

W L

102-94 90-97

W L

99-89 78-94

2011-12 vs ROCKETS (0-2) January 10 March 14

at Charlotte at Houston

L L

2005-06 vs PACERS (2-2) November 16 at Charlotte W November 18 at Indiana L January 18 at Indiana L April 15 at Charlotte W 2006-07 vs PACERS (1-2) November 1 at Charlotte December 30 at Indiana April 6 at Charlotte

70-82 87-107

November 9 December 31 March 19 April 12

L L

at Charlotte at Charlotte at Indiana at Indiana

W 96-87 W 107-103* L 95-102 W 107-103

November 28 January 25 February 18 March 21

at Indiana at Indiana at Charlotte at Charlotte

W 115-108* L 93-98 W 103-94 L 83-108

2009-10 vs PACERS (1-2) November 22 at Charlotte December 16 at Indiana March 16 at Indiana

W L L

104-88 98-101 94-99

94-100 95-109

L L L L

93-99** 102-104

2005-06 vs CLIPPERS (0-2) December 23 at Charlotte February 27 at Los Angeles

L L

88-97 87-95

2006-07 vs CLIPPERS (0-2) February 26 at Los Angeles March 16 at Charlotte

L L

93-100 93-102

2007-08 vs CLIPPERS (2-0) December 12 at Charlotte W 108-103 January 28 at Los Angeles W 107-100 2008-09 vs CLIPPERS (2-0) February 9 at Charlotte February 28 at Los Angeles

W W

94-73 100-95

2009-10 vs CLIPPERS (1-1) February 22 at Los Angeles March 12 at Charlotte

L W

94-98 106-98

2010-11 vs CLIPPERS (0-2) January 29 Mar. 7

at Los Angeles at Charlotte

L L

88-103 87-92

2011-12 vs CLIPPERS (0-1) February 11 at Charlotte

L

86-111

2012-13 vs CLIPPERS (0-2)

2010-11 vs PACERS (0-4) October 29 at Charlotte December 10 at Indiana February 9 at Indiana March 23 at Charlotte

L L

101-104 92-100 103-104 88-111

December 12 at Charlotte February 26 at Los Angeles

94-100 84-106

HISTORY

*Overtime

at Charlotte at Houston

L 99-106 W 113-102 L 102-112

2008-09 vs PACERS (2-2)

2012-13 vs ROCKETS (0-2) January 21 February 2

122-90 85-93 92-98 92-91*

December 6 at Los Angeles April 5 at Charlotte

PLAYOFFS

2010-11 vs ROCKETS (1-1) November 26 at Charlotte March 16 at Houston

77-82 71-74 87-94

RECORDS

L L

L L L

2007-08 vs PACERS (3-1)

2008-09 vs ROCKETS (0-2) February 22 at Houston March 13 at Charlotte

November 26 at Indiana December 29 at Charlotte February 9 at Indiana

12-13 REVIEW

2006-07 vs ROCKETS (0-2) December 8 at Charlotte February 10 at Houston

2004-05 vs CLIPPERS (0-2)

2004-05 vs PACERS (0-3)

W 101-100* W 90-87

PLAYERS

December 18 at Charlotte December 22 at Houston

BBALL OPS

2013-14 SCHEDULE vs ROCKETS October 30........................................at Houston March 24......................................... at Charlotte

FRONT OFFICE

Houston Rockets 1510 Polk Street Houston, TX 77002 (713) 758-7200

bobcats.com

187

L L

*Overtime

2011-12 vs PACERS (0-3) L L L

77-99 73-108 88-102

NBA

January 7 at Indiana February 19 at Indiana February 22 at Charlotte

2012-13 vs PACERS (1-3) November 2 January 12 January 15 February 13

at Charlotte at Indiana at Charlotte at Indiana

W L L L

90-89 88-96 76-103 77-101 MISC.

*Overtime


BBALL OPS

FRONT OFFICE

NBA OPPONENTS Los Angeles Lakers 555 N. Nash Street El Segundo, CA 90245 (310) 426-6000

Memphis Grizzlies 191 Beale Street Memphis, TN 38103 (901) 205-1234

2013-14 SCHEDULE vs LAKERS

2013-14 SCHEDULE vs GRIZZLIES

2013-14 SCHEDULE vs HEAT

December 14................................... at Charlotte January 31.................................. at Los Angeles

February 22..................................... at Charlotte March 8........................................... at Memphis

November 16................................... at Charlotte December 1..........................................at Miami January 18...................................... at Charlotte March 3................................................at Miami

BOBCATS vs LAKERS (8-9, HOME: 5-3, AWAY: 3-6)

BOBCATS vs GRIZZLIES (6-11, HOME: 4-5, AWAY: 2-6)

BOBCATS vs HEAT (10-25, HOME: 7-10, AWAY: 3-15)

PLAYERS

2004-05 vs LAKERS (0-2) January 30 March 12

at Los Angeles at Charlotte

12-13 REVIEW RECORDS

2004-05 vs GRIZZLIES (0-2) 90-101 116-117

January 14 April 10

December 29 at Charlotte January 26 at Los Angeles

March 26 April 12

W 133-124*** W 106-97*

L W

at Los Angeles at Charlotte

97-106 108-95

January 19 at Charlotte March 17 at Memphis

W L

97-99 98-93

January 9 at Charlotte February 26 at Memphis

at Los Angeles

L

109-89 84-92

December 15 at Memphis January 10 at Charlotte

73-106

April 20

L L

83-96 107-115

W L

W W

L W

January 1 February 11 March 26 April 19

at Miami at Charlotte at Charlotte at Miami

at Charlotte

L

*Overtime

November 17 at Charlotte April 9 at Memphis

L L

90-113 87-97 94-92 80-99

at Miami at Charlotte at Charlotte at Miami

L 99-108 L 85-91 L 105-106* L 93-114

2006-07 vs HEAT (2-2) 105-87 90-98

89-87 93-89

80-113 96-82

80-85

2012-13 vs GRIZZLIES (0-2) 100-101 93-100

L L W L

2005-06 vs HEAT (0-4) November 12 January 27 March 6 March 24

November 25 February 5 April 8 April 10

87-94 75-94

at Charlotte at Miami at Miami at Charlotte

L 93-102 L 93-113 W 111-103* W 92-82

2007-08 vs HEAT (3-1) November 4 November 13 November 27 March 22

at Miami at Charlotte at Miami at Charlotte

W W L W

90-88 91-76 90-110 94-82

2008-09 vs HEAT (1-3) November 1 December 8 February 8 April 3

at Charlotte at Miami at Miami at Charlotte

January 2 January 20 March 9 March 20

at Miami at Charlotte at Charlotte at Miami

2011-12 vs GRIZZLIES (0-1)

2011-12 vs LAKERS (0-2) December 18 at Los Angeles February 8 at Charlotte

L L

2010-11 vs GRIZZLIES (1-1)

2011-12 vs LAKERS (0-1) January 31

95-102 88-96

December 19 at Memphis W 112-83 January 21 at Charlotte W 101-86 2009-10 vs GRIZZLIES (2-0)

2010-11 vs LAKERS (1-1) February 14 at Charlotte March 4 at Los Angeles

L L

2008-09 vs GRIZZLIES (2-0)

W 117-110** W 94-84

L W

2004-05 vs HEAT (1-3) 89-109 95-102

2007-08 vs GRIZZLIES (1-1)

2009-10 vs LAKERS (1-1) at Los Angeles at Charlotte

at Memphis at Charlotte

November 3 at Memphis March 10 at Charlotte

2008-09 vs LAKERS (2-0) January 27 March 31

L L

2006-07 vs GRIZZLIES (0-2)

2007-08 vs LAKERS (1-1) February 11 at Charlotte January 26 at Los Angeles

at Charlotte at Memphis

2005-06 vs GRIZZLIES (0-2)

L 98-99 W 112-102

2006-07 vs LAKERS (2-0)

February 3 March 5 PLAYOFFS

L L

2005-06 vs LAKERS (1-1) December 4 at Los Angeles February 3 at Charlotte

W L L L

100-87 96-100 92-96 92-97

W W W L

107-97 104-65 83-78 71-77

2009-10 vs HEAT

2010-11 vs HEAT (0-4) November 19 January 3 February 4 April 8

at Miami at Charlotte at Charlotte at Miami

L L L L

87-95 82-96 97-109 103-112

2011-12 vs HEAT (0-3)

NBA

HISTORY

Miami Heat 601 Biscayne Blvd. Miami, FL 33132 (786) 777-HEAT

December 28 at Charlotte January 1 at Miami April 13 at Miami

L L L

95-96 90-129 82-105

2012-13 vs HEAT (0-4) MISC.

December 26 February 4 March 24 April 5 *Overtime

188

2013-14 CHARLOTTE BOBCATS MEDIA GUIDE

at Charlotte at Miami at Miami at Charlotte

L L L L

92-105 94-99 77-109 79-89


NBA OPPONENTS Minnesota Timberwolves 600 First Avenue North Minneapolis, MN 55403 (612) 673-1600

New Orleans Pelicans 5800 Airline Drive Metairie, LA 70003 (504) 593-4700

2013-14 SCHEDULE vs TIMBERWOLVES

2013-14 SCHEDULE vs PELICANS

January 10.................................... at Minnesota March 14......................................... at Charlotte

November 2................................ at New Orleans February 21..................................... at Charlotte

BOBCATS vs BUCKS (10-22, HOME: 9-7, AWAY: 1-15)

BOBCATS vs TIMBERWOLVES (12-6, HOME: 7-2, AWAY: 5-4)

BOBCATS vs PELICANS (5-13, HOME: 3-6, AWAY: 2-7)

2004-05 vs BUCKS (0-4) at Milwaukee at Charlotte at Charlotte at Milwaukee

L L L L

2004-05 vs TIMBERWOLVES (1-1) 100-102 92-99 102-112 75-93

2005-06 vs BUCKS (0-3) L L L

102-103 91-101 93-99

2006-07 vs BUCKS (2-2) January 15 March 17 March 30 April 14

at Charlotte at Milwaukee at Charlotte at Milwaukee

L L W W

91-99 91-97 97-91 113-92

102-99 99-103 89-93

2008-09 vs BUCKS (1-3) at Charlotte at Milwaukee at Milwaukee at Charlotte

L L L W

74-97 96-101 75-103 102-92

2009-10 vs BUCKS (2-2) November 20 December 28 February 20 April 2

at Milwaukee at Charlotte at Milwaukee at Charlotte

L W L W

88-95 94-84 88-93 87-86*

2005-06 vs TIMBERWOLVES (1-1) November 19 at Minnesota April 4 at Charlotte

L W

89-102 97-92

2006-07 vs TIMBERWOLVES (1-1) January 1 at Charlotte February 21 at Minnesota

L W

96-102 100-95

at Minnesota at Charlotte

W 109-89 W 121-119

December 1 at Charlotte March 14 at Minnesota

W 100-90 L 100-108

W W

93-92 108-95

W 113-110 W 108-105*

L L

90-102 83-88

November 14 at Minnesota January 26 at Charlotte *Overtime

W 89-87 W 102-101

L 85-94 W 104-100

L L

85-99 84-112

2008-09 vs HORNETS (1-1)

2009-10 vs HORNETS (1-1) February 6 April 7

at Charlotte at New Orleans

L 99-104 W 104-103

2010-11 vs HORNETS (0-2) December 1 at New Orleans January 15 at Charlotte

L L

73-89 81-88

2011-12 vs HORNETS (1-1) March 12 April 16

at New Orleans at Charlotte

W L

73-71 67-75

99-107 95-98

HISTORY

L 88-98 L 101-104 W 87-86

86-103 92-107

November 7 at Charlotte W 92-89 December 10 at New Orleans L 89-105

2011-12 vs TIMBERWOLVES (0-2) February 15 at Minnesota March 28 at Charlotte

L L

2007-08 vs HORNETS (0-2) December 28 at Charlotte January 18 at New Orleans

2010-11 vs TIMBERWOLVES (2-0) November 15 at Charlotte January 5 at Minnesota

94-93* 85-94

2006-07 vs HORNETS (1-1)

2009-10 vs TIMBERWOLVES (2-0) February 10 at Minnesota March 24 at Charlotte

at NO/OKL at Charlotte

November 14 at NO/OKL February 20 at Charlotte

2007-08 vs TIMBERWOLVES (2-0) March 4 April 8

W L

2005-06 vs HORNETS (0-2) January 2 January 16

2012-13 vs TIMBERWOLVES (2-0)

2010-11 vs BUCKS (1-2) October 30 at Milwaukee November 27 at Milwaukee March 28 at Charlotte

2004-05 vs HORNETS (1-1) December 14 at Charlotte March 2 at New Orleans

PLAYOFFS

November 22 December 5 January 2 January 3

102-84 97-102

RECORDS

W L L

W L

2008-09 vs TIMBERWOLVES (1-1)

2007-08 vs BUCKS (1-2) November 2 at Charlotte December 22 at Milwaukee January 6 at Charlotte

at Charlotte at Minnesota

12-13 REVIEW

January 13 at Charlotte January 21 at Milwaukee February 11 at Milwaukee

January 5 March 8

PLAYERS

November 10 January 17 February 22 April 8

BBALL OPS

2013-14 SCHEDULE vs BUCKS November 23................................. at Milwaukee November 29................................... at Charlotte December 23................................... at Charlotte March 16....................................... at Milwaukee

FRONT OFFICE

Milwaukee Bucks 1001 N. Fourth Street Milwaukee, WI 53203 (414) 227-0500

bobcats.com

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2012-13 vs HORNETS (0-2) November 9 at New Orleans December 29 at Charlotte

L L

*Overtime

2011-12 vs BUCKS (1-2) W L L

96-95 92-112 90-95

NBA

December 26 at Charlotte March 23 at Charlotte April 6 at Milwaukee

2012-13 vs BUCKS (2-2) November 19 December 7 April 1 April 13

at Charlotte at Milwaukee at Milwaukee at Charlotte

W 102-98 L 93-108 L 102-131 W 95-85 MISC.

*Overtime


BBALL OPS

FRONT OFFICE

NBA OPPONENTS New York Knicks 2 Pennsylvania Plaza New York, NY 10121 (212) 465-6471

2013-14 SCHEDULE vs KNICKS

2013-14 SCHEDULE vs THUNDER

2013-14 SCHEDULE vs MAGIC

December 27................................... at Charlotte March 2...................................at Oklahoma City

December 11................................... at Charlotte January 17........................................ at Orlando March 28........................................... at Orlando April 4............................................. at Charlotte

BOBCATS vs KNICKS (14-18, HOME: 10-7, AWAY: 4-11)

BOBCATS vs THUNDER (5-12, HOME: 4-4, AWAY: 1-8)

BOBCATS vs MAGIC (12-24, HOME: 8-10, AWAY: 4-14)

PLAYERS

December 4 December 26 February 13 April 16

at Charlotte at New York at New York at Charlotte

W 107-101 L 82-91 L 99-102 L 98-100

RECORDS

12-13 REVIEW

2005-06 vs KNICKS (3-0) November 23 at Charlotte March 11 at Charlotte April 17 at New York

W 108-95 W 116-109 W 98-91

2006-07 vs KNICKS (2-2) December 20 January 12 January 31 April 18

at New York at New York at Charlotte at Charlotte

L 109-111** W 126-110 W 104-87 L 93-94

W 105-95 L 89-113 L 107-109

PLAYOFFS HISTORY

November 5 December 30 March 7 March 28

at New York at Charlotte at New York at Charlotte

L 98-101 L 89-93 W 114-105 W 96-85

2009-10 vs KNICKS (2-2) October 30 December 15 December 20 January 7

at Charlotte at Charlotte at New York at New York

W 102-100** W 94-87 L 94-98 L 93-97

2010-11 vs KNICKS (1-2) November 23 at New York November 24 at Charlotte March 26 at Charlotte

L 107-110 L 95-99 W 114-106

2011-12 vs KNICKS (1-3) January 4 January 9 January 24 April 26

at New York at New York at Charlotte at Charlotte

W 118-110 L 87-91 L 78-111 L 84-104

2012-13 vs KNICKS (1-2) December 5 at Charlotte March 29 at New York April 15 at Charlotte

L 98-100 L 102-111 W 106-95

*Overtime

2004-05 vs MAGIC (3-1)

2004-05 vs SUPERSONICS (0-2) December 31 at Charlotte February 5 at Seattle

L L

97-103 99-113

2005-06 vs SUPERSONICS (1-1) November 30 at Seattle February 6 at Charlotte

L 94-104 W 119-106

2006-07 vs SUPERSONICS (0-2) November 10 at Charlotte March 4 at Seattle

L L

85-99 89-96

November 17 at Charlotte March. 28 at Seattle

W W

100-84 96-93

2008-09 vs THUNDER (1-1) December 3 at Charlotte W 103-97 April 10 at Oklahoma City L 81-84 2009-10 vs THUNDER (1-1) December 26 at Oklahoma City L March 17 at Charlotte W

91-98 100-92

2010-11 vs THUNDER (0-2) December 21 at Charlotte L March 18 at Oklahoma City L

November 6 January 7 March 21 March 24

at Oklahoma City L

81-99 82-99

November 18 December 14 January 5 March 12

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L 77-85 L 92-108 L 93-104 W 108-102

at Orlando at Charlotte at Orlando at Charlotte

L 87-93 W 99-89 L 74-106 W 119-108

2007-08 vs MAGIC (1-3) November 23 December 14 December 29 January 16

at Orlando at Charlotte at Orlando at Charlotte

L L L W

92-105 87-103 95-104 99-93

2008-09 vs MAGIC (0-4) November 16 February 17 February 20 April 15

69-114 94-116

November 10 November 16 January 23 March 14

at Charlotte at Orlando at Charlotte at Orlando

L 85-90 L 102-107* L 80-92 L 73-98

at Charlotte at Orlando at Charlotte at Orlando

L 81-93 L 91-97 L 95-106* W 96-89

2010-11 vs MAGIC (0-4) November 6 February 27 April 1 April 6

at Charlotte at Orlando at Orlando at Charlotte

L 88-91 L 86-100 L 77-89 L 102-111*

2011-12 vs MAGIC (1-3) December 30 January 17 March 6 April 25

at Charlotte at Orlando at Charlotte at Orlando

L L W L

79-100 89-96 100-84 95-102

2012-13 vs MAGIC (3-1) December 15 January 18 February 19 March 27 *Overtime

190

at Orlando at Orlando at Charlotte at Charlotte

2009-10 vs MAGIC (1-3) 95-122

2012-13 vs THUNDER (0-2) November 26 at Oklahoma City L March 8 at Charlotte L

W 111-100 L 91-111 W 102-97 W 108-94

2005-06 vs MAGIC (1-3) November 15 January 7 January 20 March 21

2011-12 vs THUNDER (0-1) March 10

at Charlotte at Orlando at Charlotte at Orlando

2006-07 vs MAGIC (2-2)

2007-08 vs SUPERSONICS (2-0)

2007-08 vs KNICKS (1-2) December 21 at Charlotte February 27 at New York April 9 at New York

2008-09 vs KNICKS (2-2)

NBA

Orlando Magic 8701 Maitland Summit Blvd. Orlando, FL 32810 (407) 916-2400

November 5......................................at New York November 8..................................... at Charlotte January 14...................................... at Charlotte January 24.......................................at New York

2004-05 vs KNICKS (1-3)

MISC.

Oklahoma City Thunder Leadership Square 211 N. Robinson, Suite 300 Oklahoma City, OK 73102 (405) 208-4800

at Charlotte at Orlando at Orlando at Charlotte

L 98-107 W 106-100 W 105-92 W 114-108


NBA OPPONENTS Phoenix Suns 201 E. Jefferson Street Phoenix, AZ 85004 (602) 379-7900

Portland Trail Blazers One Center Court Suite 200 Portland, OR 97227 (503) 234-9291

2013-14 SCHEDULE vs SUNS

2013-14 SCHEDULE vs TRAIL BLAZERS

November 22................................... at Charlotte February 1..........................................at Phoenix

January 2......................................... at Portland March 22......................................... at Charlotte

BOBCATS vs 76ERS (14-18, HOME: 11-5, AWAY: 3-13)

BOBCATS vs SUNS (5-12, HOME: 3-5, AWAY: 2-7)

BOBCATS vs TRAIL BLAZERS (5-12, HOME: 3-5, AWAY: 2-7)

L L L

105-107 80-112 103-106

2005-06 vs 76ERS (3-1) at Philadelphia W 110-93 at Philadelphia L 115-119 at Charlotte W 100-92 at Charlotte W 96-86

2006-07 vs 76ERS (2-2) January 13 February 7 February 23 March 23

at Charlotte W at Philadelphia L at Charlotte W at Philadelphia L

89-83 83-92 102-87 97-106

at Philadelphia L 84-86 at Charlotte W 106-105 at Philadelphia W 102-87 at Charlotte W 103-84

February 13 at Charlotte February 22 at Portland

2005-06 vs TRAIL BLAZERS (1-1)

2006-07 vs TRAIL BLAZERS (0-2)

2006-07 vs SUNS (0-2) December 10 at Charlotte March 7 at Phoenix

L 84-114 L 106-115*

L L

91-109 92-96* 100-97

January 23 at Charlotte February 24 at Phoenix

83-115 104-118

at Charlotte at Phoenix

at Phoenix

L

*Overtime

L L

November 19 at Charlotte March 29 at Portland

W W

101-92 93-85

January 17 January 28

at Charlotte at Portland

W 102-97* L 74-88

November 14 at Charlotte February 1 at Portland

L L

74-80 79-98

March 5 March 11

at Portland at Charlotte

L W

69-93 97-92

2011-12 vs TRAIL BLAZERS (0-1) 89-95

February 1

at Portland

L

68-112

2011-12 vs TRAIL BLAZERS (0-2)

2012-13 vs SUNS (0-2) November 7 at Charlotte December 19 at Phoenix

100-108 90-127

2010-11 vs TRAIL BLAZERS (1-1)

W 123-105 W 114-107

2011-12 vs SUNS (0-1) February 4

L L

2009-10 vs TRAIL BLAZERS (0-2)

W 125-99 W 114-109*

2010-11 vs SUNS (2-0) November 20 at Charlotte January 26 at Phoenix

at Charlotte at Portland

2008-09 vs TRAIL BLAZERS (1-1)

W 98-76 L 102-112

2009-10 vs SUNS (2-0) January 16 January 26

February 9 March 1

2007-08 vs TRAIL BLAZERS (2-0)

2007-08 vs SUNS (0-2) November 6 at Charlotte February 4 at Phoenix

L 83-91 W 110-106

110-117 104-121

December 3 at Charlotte March 4 at Portland

L 112-118* L 105-122

HISTORY

2010-11 vs 76ERS (1-2) December 4 at Philadelphia L January 17 at Philadelphia L January 20 at Charlotte W

100-110 121-136

89-101 77-80

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93-84 87-93 100-95 101-98

2009-10 vs 76ERS (3-1) November 18 December 5 March 10 March 31

L L

L L

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2008-09 vs 76ERS (3-1) W L W W

February 4 at Portland February 14 at Charlotte

2008-09 vs SUNS (1-1)

November 7 at Philadelphia L 63-94 January 26 at Charlotte L 96-103 April 16 at Charlotte W 115-109

at Charlotte at Philadelphia at Philadelphia at Charlotte

106-115 105-120

2005-06 vs SUNS (0-2) December 30 at Charlotte March 7 at Phoenix

2007-08 vs 76ERS (1-2)

November 24 January 9 March 27 April 7

L L

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December 10 at Phoenix March 23 at Charlotte

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2004-05 vs TRAIL BLAZERS (0-2)

2004-05 vs SUNS (0-2)

2004-05 vs 76ERS (0-3) January 19 March 11 April 6

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2013-14 SCHEDULE vs 76ERS December 6..................................... at Charlotte January 15.................................at Philadelphia April 2........................................at Philadelphia April 12........................................... at Charlotte

FRONT OFFICE

Philadelphia 76ers Wachovia Center 3601 S. Broad Street Philadelphia, PA 19148 (215) 339-7666

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2011-12 vs 76ERS (0-3) L L L

72-89 89-98 80-105

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January 27 at Philadelphia February 13 at Charlotte March 19 at Charlotte

2011-12 vs 76ERS (1-3) November 30 February 9 March 30 April 3

at Charlotte L at Philadelphia L at Philadelphia L at Charlotte W

98-104 76-87 92-100 88-83 MISC.

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NBA OPPONENTS Sacramento Kings One Sports Parkway Sacramento, CA 95834 (916) 455-4647

San Antonio Spurs One AT&T Center San Antonio, TX 78219 (210) 444-5500

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2013-14 SCHEDULE vs SPURS

2013-14 SCHEDULE vs RAPTORS

December 17 .................................. at Charlotte January 4....................................at Sacramento

February 8....................................... at Charlotte February 28.................................at San Antonio

November 6..................................... at Charlotte December 18...................................... at Toronto January 20...................................... at Charlotte

BOBCATS vs KINGS (9-8, HOME: 6-3, AWAY: 3-5)

BOBCATS vs SPURS (2-15, HOME: 1-7, AWAY: 1-8)

BOBCATS vs RAPTORS (15-17, HOME: 9-7, AWAY: 6-10)

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December 7 at Sacramento March 1 at Charlotte

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92-109 94-87

February 8 March 18

L 92-110 W 106-103*

November 9 at Charlotte January 24 at San Antonio

L 120-135 W 111-108

November 15 at San Antonio December 6 at Charlotte

L 91-105 L 115-116*

January 21 at Charlotte February 19 at San Antonio

February 25 at Sacramento W 98-91 March 18 at Charlotte W 104-88

January 19 March 10

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W 105-103 W 103-96

W W

at Charlotte

L

94-89 110-98

November 8 at Charlotte March 19 at San Antonio

L L

L L

86-95 65-85

L L

L W

L L

88-114

March 2

at San Antonio

93-97 83-119

December 8 at Charlotte January 30 at San Antonio

L

85-104 92-76

91-95 98-109

72-102

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L L

January 23 January 28 April 1

at Toronto at Charlotte at Charlotte

L 92-103 W 101-94 L 107-119

2005-06 vs RAPTORS (1-3) December 10 January 11 February 10 April 9

at Charlotte at Toronto at Charlotte at Toronto

L 103-111 L 86-95 L 73-88 W 94-88

2006-07 vs RAPTORS (0-3) January 22 at Toronto February 24 at Charlotte April 1 at Toronto

L L L

84-105 76-93 94-107

2007-08 vs RAPTORS (2-2) 84-86 86-100

2011-12 vs SPURS (0-1)

2012-13 vs KINGS (0-2) January 19 at Charlotte March 3 at Sacramento

W 95-92** L 76-96

2010-11 vs SPURS (0-2)

2011-12 vs KINGS (0-1) April 22

at Charlotte at San Antonio

December 11 at San Antonio January 15 at Charlotte

2010-11 vs KINGS (2-0) January 25 at Sacramento February 25 at Charlotte

86-94 76-104

2009-10 vs SPURS (1-1)

2009-10 vs KINGS (2-0) at Charlotte at Sacramento

L L

2008-09 vs SPURS (0-2)

2008-09 vs KINGS (2-0)

January 18 January 30

85-104 76-93

2007-08 vs SPURS (0-2)

2007-08 vs KINGS (0-2) January 30 at Sacramento February 22 at Charlotte

L L

2006-07 vs SPURS (1-1)

2006-07 vs KINGS (1-1) February 28 at Sacramento March 14 at Charlotte

at Charlotte at San Antonio

2005-06 vs SPURS (0-2)

2005-06 vs KINGS (1-1) November 29 at Sacramento December 19 at Charlotte

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L W

2004-05 vs RAPTORS (1-2)

2004-05 vs SPURS (0-2)

2004-05 vs KINGS (1-1)

HISTORY

Toronto Raptors 50 Bay Street Suite 500 Toronto, Ontario M5J 2L2 (416) 815-5600

102-132 78-102

December 3 March 2 March 31 April 4

at Toronto at Charlotte at Charlotte at Toronto

L 79-98 W 110-98 L 100-104 W 105-100

2008-09 vs RAPTORS (2-2) November 9 November 26 March 16 March 20

at Charlotte at Toronto at Charlotte at Toronto

L L W W

79-89 86-93 112-86 102-89

2009-10 vs RAPTORS (1-2) November 25 at Charlotte December 30 at Toronto March 29 at Charlotte

W 116-81 L 103-107 L 101-103

2010-11 vs RAPTORS (4-0) November 10 December 14 February 22 March 13

at Toronto at Charlotte at Charlotte at Toronto

W 101-96 W 97-91 W 114-101 W 95-90

2011-12 vs RAPTORS (2-1) NBA

February 17 at Toronto March 17 at Charlotte April 3 at Toronto

W 98-91 W 107-103 L 87-92

2012-13 vs RAPTORS (2-2)

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W 98-97 L 78-99 L 78-92 W 107-101


NBA OPPONENTS Washington Wizards 601 F Street NW Washington, DC 20004 (202) 661-5000

2013-14 SCHEDULE vs WIZARDS January 7........................................ at Charlotte March 12..................................... at Washington March 31......................................... at Charlotte April 9......................................... at Washington

BOBCATS vs JAZZ (5-12, HOME: 3-6, AWAY: 2-7)

BOBCATS vs WIZARDS (16-20, HOME: 9-9, AWAY: 7-11) 2004-05 vs WIZARDS (0-4)

2004-05 vs JAZZ (1-1) L 105-107 W 109-105

2005-06 vs JAZZ (1-1) November 7 at Charlotte March 1 at Utah

L W

91-95* 104-89

December 22 at Charlotte March 5 at Utah

W L

101-89 95-120

W 98-92 L 106-128

W L

104-96 86-105

2009-10 vs JAZZ (0-2) December 19 at Charlotte February 24 at Utah

L L

102-110 93-102

L L

95-96 78-83

2011-12 vs JAZZ (0-1) March 7

at Charlotte

L

93-99

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at Charlotte at Utah

L L

at Charlotte at Washington at Charlotte at Washington

W 100-82 L 97-107 L 114-119 L 99-107

102-112 68-98

December 1 December 27 April 3 April 4

at Washington at Charlotte at Charlotte at Washington

L L W W

109-121 107-114 122-102 108-100

2007-08 vs WIZARDS (1-3) November 21 December 26 February 23 March 8

at Charlotte at Charlotte at Washington at Washington

L 111-114* L 104-108 W 95-110 L 97-100

2008-09 vs WIZARDS (3-1) December 23 at Charlotte W January 10 at Washington W February 11 at Charlotte W March 25 at Washington L

80-72 92-89 101-89 93-95

2009-10 vs WIZARDS (4-0) November 28 at Washington February 9 at Charlotte March 23 at Washington March 26 at Charlotte

W W W W

92-76 94-92 95-86* 107-96

HISTORY

2012-13 vs JAZZ (0-2) January 9 March 1

2005-06 vs WIZARDS (1-3) November 26 January 28 March 14 March 15

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2010-11 vs JAZZ (0-2) November 13 at Charlotte January 31 at Utah

96-103 87-106 84-86 104-106

RECORDS

2008-09 vs JAZZ (1-1) November 14 at Charlotte February 2 at Utah

L L L L

2006-07 vs WIZARDS (2-2)

2007-08 vs JAZZ (1-1) December 19 at Charlotte March 25 at Utah

at Charlotte at Washington at Charlotte at Washington

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2006-07 vs JAZZ (1-1)

November 4 December 27 March 5 April 17

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November 16 at Charlotte February 1 at Utah

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2013-14 SCHEDULE vs JAZZ December 21................................... at Charlotte December 30.......................................... at Utah

FRONT OFFICE

Utah Jazz 301 W. South Temple Salt Lake City, UT 84101 (801) 325-2500

2010-11 vs WIZARDS (2-2) November 12 December 20 January 8 April 3

at Washington at Washington at Charlotte at Charlotte

W L W L

93-85 75-108 104-89 91-97

at Washington at Charlotte at Charlotte at Washington

L L L L

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2011-12 vs WIZARDS (0-4) January 25 January 28 April 9 April 23

75-92 99-102 85-113 73-101

2012-13 vs WIZARDS (3-1) at Charlotte at Washington at Washington at Charlotte

W 92-76 W 108-106** L 87-104 W 119-114

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FRONT OFFICE

NBA Cares/Key Dates 2013-14 nba key dates October 29

2013-14 Season Tips Off

April 16-19

Portsmouth Invitational Tournament (Portsmouth, VA)

December 4

NBA Global Games Mexico City 2013 (Minnesota Timberwolves vs. San Antonio Spurs at Mexico City Arena)

April 16

Last Day of 2013-14 Regular Season

April 19

2014 NBA Playoffs begin

April 27

NBA Draft Early Entry Eligibility Deadline (11:59 p.m. ET)

May 5

Conference Semifinals begin (possible move-up to May 3 or 4)

May 20

Conference Finals begin (possibly move-up to May 18 or 19)

May 20

2014 NBA Draft Lottery

June 5

The Finals begin

June 16

NBA Draft Early Entry Withdrawal Deadline (5 p.m. ET)

June 26

2014 NBA Draft

January 6

10-day Contracts can now be signed

January 10

All Contracts are guaranteed for remainder of the season

January 16

NBA Global Games London 2014 (Atlanta Hawks vs. Brooklyn Nets at The 02)

February 14-16 2014 NBA All-Star (New Orleans, LA)

March 1

2014 NBA Trade Deadline (3 p.m. ET) Playoff Eligibility Waiver Deadline

nba cares NBA Cares is the league’s global social responsibility program that builds on the NBA’s mission of addressing important social issues in the United States and around the world. Through this program, the NBA, its teams and players have donated more than $220 million to charity, completed more than 2.5 million hours of hands-on community service, and created more than 810 places where kids and families can live, learn, or play, in 25 countries and territories on five continents. NBA Cares works with internationally recognized youth-serving programs that support education, youth and family development, and health and wellness, including: KaBOOM!, Special Olympics, Boys and Girls Clubs of America, UNICEF, the Make-A-Wish Foundation, and GLSEN.

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MEDIA INFORMATION

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FRONT OFFICE

Communications Contact Information Time Warner Cable Arena, 333 E. Trade Street, Charlotte, NC 28202 Communications Game Night Office

(704) 688-8864

Communications Press Row Phone

(704) 688-8867

Communications Fax

(704) 688-7864

Welcome to the 2013-14 season of the Charlotte Bobcats! Please familiarize yourself with the following guidelines and policies in order to ensure a quality work environment. Feel free to contact the Bobcats communications department with any questions regarding these policies or for any other inquiries.

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MEDIA PARKING Media parking will be available in the lot at 501 East Trade Street (directly across Caldwell Street from the arena loading dock).

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The media entrance will open 2 1/2 hours prior to game time. Working media should enter Time Warner Cable Arena from Fifth Street, east of the Presbyterian Hospital Training Center. Upon entry, media should proceed downstairs to the media work areas.

PRESS ROOM The press workrooms are located on the event level, near the locker rooms and interview room, and are open 2 1/2 hours before game time. Press room usage is limited to working media and game staff only. Telephones, wireless internet access, game notes, media guides, statistics, quotes and out-of-town scores are available in this area. Please use common courtesy in maintaining a quiet working environment in the press workrooms.

SINGLE-GAME CREDENTIALS Media members wishing to cover a single game must submit their requests at least 48 hours prior to the intended game. Requests for games on Sunday, Monday or Tuesday must be submitted by noon on the preceding Friday. Single-game credentials will be issued on a space-available basis. First-time requests must be in written form on company letterhead and submitted to Josh Rosen by e-mail (jrosen@bobcats.com) or fax (704-688-7864). Requests from foreign and international media should be submitted to Michael Perrelli of the NBA public relations department at mperrelli@nba.com and must be received at least three business days prior to the intended game. Credentials can be picked up at the media entrance of the arena 2 1/2 hours prior to tip-off. Photo identification will be required when picking up credentials at the media entrance. Applying for credentials does not guarantee confirmation.

COACH’S PREGAME & POSTGAME AVAILABILITY Bobcats Head Coach Steve Clifford will hold his pregame media session 105 minutes prior to tip-off outside the team’s locker room for all home games, and he will conduct his postgame media session in the main interview room adjacent to the press

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workrooms. During postgame media sessions, priority must be given to those media on deadline (print and live broadcast), and interviews should be limited to game comments.

LOCKER ROOM ACCESS Both the Bobcats and visiting team locker rooms are located down the hallway from the press work area. In accordance with NBA policy, both locker rooms will be open 75 minutes prior and close 45 minutes prior to tip-off. Following the game, locker rooms will open after a 10-minute cooling-off period. Only credentialed media will be allowed in the locker rooms. Still photography and autographs are not permitted in the locker rooms. Cell phone usage is prohibited in the locker rooms, both before and after games.

PHOTOGRAPHERS Season passes will be provided to accredited photographers from daily newspapers and television stations that cover the majority of Bobcats regular season home games. Photographers must be on assignment for a publication to be credentialed. No photography of any Bobcats game shall be released to any individual other than the entity for whom the pass was issued and subject to the rules governing such use as described on the reverse side of the credential. All photographers and TV cameramen must stay at least four feet behind the baseline at all times. Photographers must remain stationary and seated at all times, except at quarter breaks and halftime, and are not permitted on the court at any time during the game. Photographers are asked to keep courtside equipment to a minimum and leave all excess equipment and outside clothing in the photo work room. Flashbulbs are not permitted at any time.

SEATING Home and visiting television and radio positions will be located in the upper center court section of 105. Writers will be located in section 105, just below the broadcast position at center court. Additional seating is at the top of sections 107-112. A seating chart will be posted in the press room. The quarter play-by-play sheets and halftime and final box scores will be distributed as quickly as possible to all locations.

RUBBER LENS SHADES In order to reduce the risk of injury to players, rubber lens shades are required for all still photographers, broadcasters, news and entertainment video and

film crews who are authorized to shoot NBA game action. Any additional light sources or sun guns must either be removed or covered with bubble wrap.

SEATING Home and visiting television positions will be on the main press table at courtside between the team benches. Radio positions are located in the upper center court section of 105. Writers will be located in section 105, below the radio broadcast position at center court. Additional seating is at the top of sections 107-112. A seating chart will be posted in the press room. The quarter play-by-play sheets and halftime and final box scores are distributed as quickly as possible to all locations.

PRACTICE POLICY The Bobcats practice at the Novant Health Training Center at Time Warner Cable Arena. Practices are closed to the public but open to the media for the final 15 minutes. Players and coaches are available immediately following practice for interviews. Media will have access to the press work areas on the event level while waiting for media availability. Please contact the Bobcats communications department to confirm practice times and the availability of players and coaches. Interviews intent on lasting longer than five minutes should be scheduled in advance with the communications department.

SHOOTAROUND Home shootarounds will take place at Time Warner Cable Arena. Bobcats shootarounds are closed to the media, with interviews following the shootaround period. Shootaround times are subject to change. Please contact the Bobcats communications department for updated shootaround times.

ROAD MEDIA AVAILABILITIES When the Bobcats are on the road, media availabilities will take place following practices. On game days, media availabilities will take place at the conclusion of a 10:00 a.m. shootaround, or at 10:45 a.m. when the team has an 11:00 a.m. shootaround. Please contact the Bobcats communications department for updated shootaround times.

AUTOGRAPH POLICY Media members are not permitted to solicit or receive autographs at any time.


MEDIA INFORMATION

FRONT OFFICE

Mike Cristaldi Vice President, Communications (704) 688.8866 / mcristaldi@bobcats.com

Cristaldi initially joined the Timberwolves organization in 2000 as public relations manager for the WNBA’s Minnesota Lynx, before transitioning to public relations manager for the Timberwolves in 2003. He was promoted to director of public relations in 2005 and added leadership of the organization’s community relations and publications departments in 2006.

A native of Dedham, Massachusetts, Cristaldi earned a bachelor’s degree in journalism and English from Marquette University. He and his wife, Heidi, have two daughters, Bella and Mia.

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Before going to Minnesota, Cristaldi served as director of public relations and radio announcer for the Continental Basketball Association’s Rockford Lightning from 1998-2000. He also spent the summer of 1998 working in the public relations and marketing departments for the Las Vegas Stars of the Triple-A Pacific Coast League.

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Mike Cristaldi is in his first season as Vice President of Communications for Bobcats Sports & Entertainment. He comes to Charlotte after 13 years with the Minnesota Timberwolves, including the last six as director of public relations and community relations. Cristaldi oversees the organization’s basketball and business media and public relations efforts, serving as the primary liaison between the team and the local, national and international media. He is also responsible for strategic planning, as well as day-to-day media operations, including coordinating press conferences and interviews for the team’s executives, coaches and players.

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Josh Rosen Director, Communications (704) 688.8863 / jrosen@bobcats.com

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Josh Rosen is in his seventh season with the Bobcats and his third as Director of Communications after being promoted to the position in January 2012. Rosen, who joined the organization as Basketball Communications Manager in August 2007, assists with the team’s day-to-day media relations efforts, including overseeing game-night media operations and credentialing, writing press releases and game notes, and fulfilling interview and statistical requests. He also serves as editor of the Bobcats media guide and compiled the team’s first-ever playoff media guide in 2009-10.

A native of Charlotte, Rosen is a 2002 graduate of the University of South Carolina, where he majored in sport and entertainment management and spent three seasons as a student manager for Coach Eddie Fogler’s men’s basketball team.

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Prior to joining the Bobcats, Rosen spent more than four years at Street & Smith’s SportsBusiness Daily, including two and a half years as Assistant Managing Editor. His previous experience also includes one season as Media Relations Coordinator for the Carolina Cobras of the Arena Football League and two seasons as Public Relations Assistant for the Charlotte Sting of the WNBA.

Coordinator, Communications (704) 688.8862 / jhubbard@bobcats.com

Jerome Hubbard is in his second year with the Bobcats as Communications Coordinator and his fourth year overall in professional sports. Hubbard, who joined the organization in January 2012, assists with the day-to-day media efforts, including producing game notes, coordinating and facilitating interviews and helping with compiling the media guide. NBA

Prior to joining the Bobcats, Hubbard most recently worked in the football media relations department of the New York Giants during the 2011 season that culminated with the team winning Super Bowl XLVI. He also worked with the Indianapolis Colts, St. Louis Rams, Chicago White Sox, San Francisco 49ers and Oakland Raiders. The Oakland, California native received his bachelor’s degree from Grambling State University, where he wrote and served as the sports editor for the school newspaper, and earned his master’s degree from the University of California-Berkeley in 2011.

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Hubbard has one daughter, Cameron, born in August 2013.

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Beat Media

Steve Martin Television Play-byPlay Announcer

Dell Curry Television Color Analyst

Stephanie Ready Television Sideline Reporter

Scott Lauer Radio Play-by-Play Announcer

Mike Miller Television Director

Scott Snyder Television Producer

Trey Dixon Television Video Operator

Ben Nelson Television Graphics Coordinator

Rick Bonnell Charlotte Observer

Steve Reed Associated Press

Richard Walker Gaston Gazette

Kent Smith Team Photographer

Bobcats Game Night Statistical Crew

Mark Arcilesi Shot Clock Operator

Laura Adkins Game Night Staff

Deandra Alex Game Night Staff

Emily Arceneaux Game Night Staff

Alexis Broome Game Night Staff

Paul Denny Statistician

Patrick Doughty Public Address Announcer

Jerry Duncan Game Night Staff

Kevin Earp Scoreboard Operator

Tony Folden Shot Clock/ Scoreboard Operator

Carlisle Hamrick Game Night Staff

Michael Harwood Official Scorer

David Hixon Statistician

Frank Kay Talent Stats

Monica Lewis Game Night Staff

Bill Magrath Talent Stats

Malinda Murray Statistician

Laura Sullivan Statistician

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Beat Media/Statistical Crew

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BOBCATS IN THE COMMUNITY

Through Cats Care and the Cats Care Foundation, Bobcats Sports & Entertainment is focused on serving three key community initiatives: education, hunger and wellness. Mission Statement: The Charlotte Bobcats will bring positive and lasting change to our community through dynamic programming and a commitment to social responsibility in the areas of education, hunger, and wellness. Players, coaches, members of the Bobcats ownership group, executive staff and employees are actively engaged in the community. The Bobcats volunteer the team’s resources to fulfill their commitment to the organization’s three community pillars. Education

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The Bobcats are motivated to assist with one of Charlotte’s pressing issues; education. Focused on literacy and driven to instill a love of learning, the Bobcats hope to ensure that all kids are equally equipped to pursue their dreams by means of a quality education. Education outreach activities include: • Cool School Field Trip, presented by Jordan Brand • The Bobcats and Lowe’s Book Bus • The Magic of Reading with Rufus, hosted by Rufus • Business of Basketball seminars • Mayor’s Youth Employment Program • Y Achievers Fellowship Program • Black History Month events • NBA Green Week • Cats Care Day of Service 2013

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The Charlotte Bobcats recognize the effect hunger has on our community. The Bobcats believe it is essential for our team to join the fight against hunger and to support local organizations that are providing meals for children and families in the far-reaching Charlotte area. Fitness and Recreation outreach activities include: • Second Harvest Food Bank partnership • Cats Care Mobile Pantry • Hoops for Hope Thanksgiving Dinner • Cornucopia • Street Turkeys

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BOBCATS IN THE COMMUNITY wellness FRONT OFFICE

The Bobcats organization is determined to encourage the youth in our community to lead healthy, active lifestyles. The Bobcats host several annual fitness clinics, where our players speak to children about the benefits of eating healthy and exercising, as well as refurbishing play areas for children and supporting organizations that teach children about health and wellness, such as the YMCA.

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Wellness programs include: • Special Olympics Clinic • Boys and Girls Club programming • Big Brother Big Sister Clinic • YMCA Youth Basketball Sponsor • Hospital Visits • Park Service Day, presented by Husqvarna • Charlotte Mecklenburg Schools Middle School Sports Endowment

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Season of Giving

During November and December, the Bobcats embark on the Season of Giving.

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Season of Giving outreach activities include: • Hoops and Hope Thanksgiving Dinner • Holiday Shopping Spree • Cornucopia • WFNZ Street Turkeys • Center of Hope Toy Drop Off

Player Nation RECORDS

The Player Nation ticket program is a community relations platform through which players and coaches purchase tickets that will be given to underserved area youth and non-profit groups. In the past, over 27,000 kids received tickets through the Player Nation program.

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Formed in the spring of 2010, the Cats Care Foundation is the philanthropic arm of the Charlotte Bobcats. The Cats Care Foundation partners with area organizations throughout the Carolinas that are committed to making a difference. These partnered efforts are designed to inspire, empower and improve our region’s communities.

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Through our community partnerships last season, the Cats Care Foundation was able to serve more than 11,000 meals, build an outdoor reading area for students at a local middle school, host a wellness clinic for the public offering free screenings, donate $200,000 to the Y Achievers program, donate a full-service literacy bus that will encourage reading and learning programs for local youth, help thousands of un- and under-insured youth receive quality healthcare and so much more. Through the Cats Care Foundation, the Charlotte Bobcats will always make serving the community a priority.

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Since opening its doors eight years ago, Time Warner Cable Arena has played host to the biggest names in entertainment, including Bruce Springsteen, Bon Jovi, Paul McCartney, Aerosmith, Beyonce, U2, Lady Gaga, Taylor Swift, Prince, Billy Joel, Elton John, Widespread Panic and Coldplay. Over the years, Time Warner Cable Arena has also hosted multiple visits from family shows like Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey, Disney on Ice, Monster Jam and the Harlem Globetrotters. College basketball is also a staple at the venue, with the CIAA, Southern Conference, ACC and NCAA all bringing their tournaments to the building, along with a bevy of regular season games. Time Warner Cable Arena was proud host of the Democratic National Convention in September 2012. “Our goal is to make Time Warner Cable Arena the epicenter for sports and entertainment in the Carolinas,” said BSE President and Chief Operating Officer Fred Whitfield. “We do that by attracting world class performances to this world class facility, and showcasing uptown Charlotte as one of the region’s most vibrant and energetic destinations.”

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On April 8, 2008, Bobcats Sports & Entertainment (BSE) announced a naming rights agreement had been reached with Time Warner Cable, in which the arena located in the heart of uptown Charlotte, North Carolina, was renamed Time Warner Cable Arena. Opened on October 21, 2005, with a sold-out performance by The Rolling Stones, Time Warner Cable Arena is home to the NBA’s Charlotte Bobcats and AHL’s Charlotte Checkers and will host almost 200 events in 2013-2014, including college and professional sports, major concerts and family shows. In March 2013, the facility welcomed its 10 millionth guest.

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Designed to represent Charlotte’s diverse urban culture as well as the city’s strength and stability, Time Warner Cable Arena incorporates contemporary design elements that highlight a focus on creating an exciting future for the Queen City’s residents. Fans and visitors alike find familiar reflections of their community in the form of public art and unique displays which pay tribute to the region’s rich sports and commercial history.

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time warner cable arena

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BSE, which operates the city-owned building, set out to “wow” the community by providing a unique experience for guests while treating them to a superior level of amenities. The arena’s most distinctive element is the 38-foot high, 36-foot wide, 80,000-pound scoreboard, created by Spurgeon Design Group and manufactured by Daktronics, which features a three-dimensional, backlit Charlotte city skyline that sits atop the center-hung display. The skyline “comes to life” through a 360-degree projection system that allows the sky to change at the touch of a button.

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One of the arena’s most unique attractions is Rock the Rooftop, a fan zone located on the Uptown Concourse. With an open view of the lower bowl, Rock the Rooftop provides the ultimate setting for indoor tailgating, complete with concessions, an interactive kids’ area and a 35-foot water tower that features a theatrically lit stage.

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Ticket holder comfort is the hallmark of the Time Warner Cable Arena experience. The arena features 60 percent of its seating from baseline to baseline, providing guests with a unique feeling of closeness to the court, stage or ice. Generous seating and legroom is standard in every seat, and seating configurations for Time Warner Cable Arena were developed by incorporating the best elements from other NBA and NHL facilities.

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Food is important to providing an emotionally engaging experience for guests, and highly regarded Levy Restaurants prepares all food offerings at Time Warner Cable Arena. Guests enjoy incredibly diverse menus with something for everyone, from fan favorites at general concessions to the unexpected in Frontcourt, the arena’s fine-dining restaurant. This season all concession stands have been updated with digital menu boards, allowing Levy to showcase special food items and update these menus throughout the season. Pre-planned catering for business events or entertaining is also available, demonstrating again that Time Warner Cable Arena is committed to providing its guests with the best, regardless of where they are in the building.

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Indoors or out, patrons of Time Warner Cable Arena are reminded of Charlotte’s rise as a world class city. The outdoor Trade Street plaza features a large video screen to see coming attractions, a sizeable entertainment stage and access to the fully appointed Team Store where fans can purchase team apparel and gifts. The Bobcats Team Store is the only place in the world to get Jordan Brand-Bobcats gear. The Team Store also carries a wide selection of Jordan Brand apparel, in-line shoes and special Retro releases.

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As guests enter the arena’s four-story atrium located off the plaza, they are greeted by one part of the arena’s major public art projects: a large colored-tile mural by artist Mike Mandel depicting the history of basketball in the Piedmont. Additional pieces of public art are located both inside and outside the building, and include the four lighted entry columns on Trade Street by artist Andrew Leicester, the main lobby’s colorful terrazzo floor created by Thomas Sayre, photographic murals by local artist Tommie Robinson and three outdoor carved granite benches by Paul J. Sires.

MISC.

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