Well, the apocalypse is here. Or it isn’t. I haven’t looked out my window yet today. Either way, it’s December 21, 2o12, and to pay homage to our Mayan friends, here are some signs of the apocalypse from the Charlotte Bobcats.
You knew it was coming when:
The Bobcats traded away Gerald Wallace and especially Tyson Chandler, who went on to win an NBA title with the Dallas Mavericks.
You should’ve done more to prepare when:
The Bobcats let like Lester Hudson (25), Derrick Brown (21) and Jonas Jerebko (22), go off for an average of 22 points and lead all scorers three times last season. Their combined career scoring average is less than nine points per game.
The end was insight when:
The Bobcats posted an all time NBA worst winning percentage of .118 last year. Although the lockout shortened season cost the Bobcats a chance to improve that mark over an 82 game season, most fans were greatfull when the the final horn mercifully sounded on the ‘Cats season.
Armageddon was inevitable when:
Despite posting that all time worst winning percentage, the Charlotte Bobcats got the second pick in the NBA draft, and missed out on selecting a universally acclaimed “franchise changer” in Anthony Davis. Bobcats nation is confident Michael Kidd-Gilchrist and Kemba Walker can lead the team out of the abyss, but with the end of days upon as signaled by this final act of NBA despair, that confidence counts for nothing.
Have a happy end of the world, everyone.