Bobcats vs. Celtics
7 p.m., Time Warner Cable Arena
TV: SportSouth Radio: WFNZ-AM 610
|Pos, Player||Ppg||Rpg||Pos, Player||Ppg||Rpg|
|G, K. Walker||16.0||4.0||G, J. Crawford||12.1||2.9|
|G, G. Henderson||13.7||4.8||G, A. Bradley||13.0||3.9|
|F, M. Kidd-Gilchrist||10.5||5.4||F, J. Green||15.2||4.1|
|F, J. McRoberts||9.1||5.0||F, B. Bass||11.1||4.0|
|C, A. Jefferson||13.5||8.0||C, J. Sullinger||12.7||6.8|
Matchup to Watch
• Based on the Brooklyn Nets’ early record and veteranKevin Garnett
’s apparent physical decline, the Celtics were probably wise to get what they could for Garnett andPaul Pierce
• The Bobcats thumped the Bucks Saturday by 24 in Milwaukee. CoachSteve Clifford
says his team plays better on the road than at home, and that has to change.
• Former Bobcats starGerald Wallace
is now with the Celtics, his fourth team in as many seasons. Wallace acknowledges his body no longer allows him to play starter’s minutes on a regular basis.
• This is the first of three straight home games. The Bobcats also host the Pacers Wednesday and the Bucks Friday.
• The Celtics lost rookie centerKelly Olynyk
over the weekend to an ankle sprain. The injury could keep him out a couple of weeks.
• The Bobcats are winning games on defense and points in the paint; quite a difference from the past two seasons.
• CenterBismack Biyombo
played five minutes in Milwaukee after not playing Friday against the Phoenix Suns.
Did you know?
Of the nine players under NBA contract who the Bobcats chose in the 2004 expansion draft, two are still in the league: Wallace and Milwaukee’s Zaza Pachulia.