Roberto Gato, simply, los Bobcats. Everything you ever wanted to know about the Charlotte Bobcats. Game previews and Wrap-Ups, news updates, well thought out opinions and of course funny videos, links and tweets. Founded midway through the 2010-2011 NBA regular season, much like the coaching stint of Paul Silas, Roberto Gato aims to become your landing page for Bobcats information and opinion.
We are a fan blog, no journalism degrees here (yet), no editorial staff breathing down our necks. We’re a Charlotte Bobcats Blog. While you’ll read about the NBA, sports in general and anything we find funny, we focus on being the best source for Bobcats news and opinion you can find. Like any site, we’re no better than our readers and our commenters, so please, add your opinion. Snarky remarks aren’t just welcome, they’re celebrated.
Editor: Bryan Wendland
I don’t want to get sappy or take up too much space, so check it out; I’m a diehard Gamecock and a lifelong New York sports fan (Mets, Knicks and Jets). I’m getting my degree in broadcast journalism, I love to write and I figured I might as well combine that fact with my sports obsession, and somehow after a few years of bashing away at my keyboard for other websites it led to me being put in charge of RobertoGato.com.
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Writer: Edward Shuler.
I’m a student at the University of South Carolina and a die-hard basketball fan. I major in Broadcast Journalism and minor in Sports and Entertainment management. One day I’m hoping to make a career out of something journalism related whether its on camera or behind the scenes. If you love talking basketball and sports on Twitter, hit me up.
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Writer: Matthew Demarco
I am a freshman broadcast journalism major at the University of South Carolina. I am from Charleston, South Carolina, and am an avid sports fan. I follow the Charlotte Bobcats through thick and thin, and am looking forward to the future.
Writer: Nathaniel “Nate” Brown
Is a recent graduate of Springfield College in Massachusetts. He’s been writing sports related material for eight years, and feels he has truly found his niche with coverage of the NBA. Born and raised in Connecticut (one of the more college basketball obsessed states), Nate has been a student of the game for as long as he can remember, and enjoys offering his input on player analysis, potential trades, and a very bright (and hopeful) future for Charlotte. The Bobcats are his favorite team through good times and bad, regardless of how many bad times there may be.