Last night, the Charlotte Bobcats were led by Kemba Walker, who scored 30 points. Kemba was on fire last night. In fact, several of the Bobcats were hot. Gerald “Hendo” Henderson finished with 18 points. Ramon Sessions had 11 points, and Ben Gordon had 10 points in the win. Although Michael Kidd-Gilchrist did not perform well offensively last night, on the defensive side he blocked a shot from Indiana’s 7’2″ center, Roy Hibbert. This block was instrumental in a run by Charlotte. The Bobcats are a different team this season. They forced 19 turnovers from the Indiana Pacers last night.
Bobcats’ head coach, Mike Dunlap, started Kemba at the point guard. So far so good with Coach Dunlap because he won his first game as the coach of the Charlotte Bobcats. Last season, the Bobcats lost their last 23 games to finish the season at 7-59.
If last night’s game is any indicator to how this season will go, then the Bobcats will win a lot more than seven games. I have a good feeling about this team. I smell….PLAYOFFS!