Bobcats 101, Mavericks 97

1-16 is a really bad record. But it’s a whole heckuva lot better than 0-16.

It only took 9 years but the Bobcats have beaten every team in the NBA.

The stats lines from last night will make your eyes bleed. In a good way.

MKG: 8/12 FG, 9/10 FT, 25 PTS, 12 REB
Kemba: 10/22 FG, 6/8 FT, 26 PTS, 6 REB, 7 ASS, 8 STL

Incredible. Even Mully had 14 rebounds and “only” 9 shots. I mentioned the other night that if the Bobcats managed to get 2 guys to explode on the same night, they could win. That theory was proven last night.

Confession: I actually didn’t see this game. But a win is a win!

Bobcats 73, Hornets 71

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This game was terrible, but was redeemed by Mr. Biyombo.

Remember kids, when you give up, you die. Don’t give up. Don’t die.

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(Look, I know that this game does not deserve a 3 HAPPY BISMACK score, but the end of the game was so awesome that I’m making an exception.)

I also wrote a recap for Rufus On Fire. I am now famous!

Bobcats 100, Magic 84

I HAVE NO IDEA WHAT JUST HAPPENED

So at one point in the first quarter, the Bobcats were shooting about 20.7%. The team finished with a mere 15 points in the first quarter. It was terrible.

Then, Paul Silas went and got himself ejected, and it would appear that something snapped.

The Bobcats went on a 22-1 run to end the first half to close within 5. End of 3, Bobcats up 1. End of the game, Bobcats win by 14. I’m not entirely sure I didn’t just have a dream.

The Magic actually resorted to Hack-A-Bismack, which as @MagicBasketball described as the most embarrassing moment of the season.Speaking of Biyombo, he went 10/15/7 and generally was more of a force than Dwight Howard. Maggette hit more than 50% of his shots and had 29 points. Kemba and DJ had 8 assists a piece. Henderson destroyed Redick down the stretch, including two back to back basket + foul plays on the right wing. Eddie Najera made a bunch of hustle plays. They actually hit shots (47.5% FG, 40% 3PT). And they won.

Also, no Boris Diaw at all. After asking for a trade or buyout, he never took off his warmups.

Screw it, don’t move your mouse for a second. I’m bringing back the rainbows and unicorns.