The Charlotte Bobcats aren’t expected to make any huge, blockbuster type moves this off season, but reports are surfacing that even though the Hornets are expected to match any offer Eric Gordon receives, he could be interested in taking his talents elsewhere.
Gordon wants a max contract (four years, 58 million dollars) and he’s scheduled meetings with the Pacers, Rockets and Suns, and Real GM says meetings could be scheduled with the Bobcats, Mavericks and Trail Blazers soon.
Gordon has averaged 18.2 points, 3.3 assists and 2.7 rebounds for his career. He’s also a career 45 percent shooter and 37 percent three-point shooter.
Even though the Bobcats are on this list of possible teams to meet with, there’s not a real chance he’s going to sign with them.
A max deal for a guy who hasn’t played a complete season since he joined the league probably isn’t something GM Rich Cho would feel safe with.
And, going to a team that just completed the worst season in league history probably isn’t something Gordon would feel safe with.