I always come up the title first and then the post. That’s a fact. You may read many first paragraphs of mine and say “He sure does like puns!” And how. When I wrote the title above, I immediately said to myself “Bobcats Moves? That’s like saying you had moves at the middle school dance. Sure, on some level, they’re moves. But in reality, no one appreciates those ‘moves’ outside of you and your mom.”
The Bobcats, Bucks, Warriors, Timberwolves, Jazz and Wizards are in the D-List of NBA teams that get their roster needs met long after the A-List teams like the Nets, Knicks, Heat and Celtics, oh and the Lakers. Haves and Have-Nots as always rule the day, especially in today’s NBA.
Now the rumor is Dwight Howard will be traded to the Nets, as he wanted at the trade deadline but for whatever reason, signed his player option with the Magic. I read on another site, something about a Red Head being in flames, that the Bobcats could and possibly should try to act as a facilitator in this travesty. Of course, it likely won’t happen as latest reports have the Cavaliers and Clippers are happy to step in and receive a little something for throwing a pick or player. I’d say this just keeps teams like that suppressed. The Magic will be bottom feeders for years to come except when they’re rewarded next year at the draft lottery.
No, I am not bitter. I just don’t get the subjugation of NBA teams and they’re happy to get scraps. Like the Magic making a move to let their second best player last season, Ryan Anderson go in a sign and trade rather than just a RFA move. It’s almost like the idea the Bobcats had a few years ago, influenced by the classic Mark Cuban theory, to be good in the NBA you have to get real bad first.