Saturday, November 15

JRich-less Bobcats silence Jazz

Raymond Felton outplays Jazz PG Deron Williams, pouring in 23 points and six assists. After wins over the Hornets and the Jazz, we can all agree Ray's the best PG in the 2005 draft class. Rayfeon stock prices are through the roof!

Wait, what?

Deron didn't play? We'll they're still a tough team with AK-47... What?

Him either? or Okur? Well, at least the Bobcats finally beat a depleted team after dropping games against undermanned Detroit and Denver. Sean May saw his first significant action since opening night, but it was another big man, Ryan Hollins, playing in his first game this season who had a big impact. Hollins scored 5, grabbed 4 boards and blocked 2 shots in 15 minutes. The Cats also enjoyed a tremendous advantage at the free throw line, connecting on 12 more and attempting 14 more than Utah. This was the first game all season where the Bobcats have outscored their opponent in more than two quarters. Next game: Sunday at home against the Magic.

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