Tyrus Thomas thriving under Paul Silas
In case you've missed it (and considering how boring most Charlotte Bobcats games have been this season, we'll excuse you if you did), the Bobcats have scored 95 or more points in every game since Larry Brown was fired, save for an 82-point performance against the league's second-best defense in the Miami Heat.
Ninety-five points wouldn't be much for most teams, but for the Bobcats, 95 marks a significant improvement from their average for the season. More importantly, the Bobcats ...
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