Charlotte rookie May sits out with sore knee

CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Charlotte rookie forward Sean May was
inactive for the Bobcats' game Saturday night against the
Washington Wizards.

May has soreness in his right knee and is day to day.

May, the 13th overall pick in the June draft, had arthroscopic
surgery on his right knee on Sept. 13 and missed a portion of the
preseason, playing in just one exhibition game.

But May had played in all 13 games in the regular season,
including 15 minutes on Friday night in a 90-89 loss at Boston. He
had four points and two rebounds.

May is averaging 9.2 points and 5.3 rebounds and is Charlotte's
leading scorer off the bench.

He helped lead North Carolina to the national championship last

Center Jake Voskuhl (sore right knee) and forward Jumaine Jones
(right foot sprain) also were inactive for the Bobcats.