Tonight the Philadelphia 76ers play the last of their meetings with the Charlotte Bobcats. Here are a few quick points to look from both teams come tip off.
– The Bobcats are currently sitting in the seventh seed for the NBA playoffs.
– They have a young solid team led by Gerald Henderson and Al Jefferson. Henderson is avg. 14.4 points per game, while Al Jefferson is currently avg. 21.5 points per game, leading the team in scoring.
-The Charlotte Bobcats are allowing 97.5 points per game, best for sixth fewest in the league.
-The Philadelphia 76ers are currently 16-58 and are pretty much taking it one game at a time from this point forward with only eight games remaining in the season.
-Thaddeus Young has been the leader of the team ever since Evan Turner and Spencer Hawes were dealt else where. Young is averaging 18.1 points per game on the season and averaging just under 22 .0 points per game in his last ten games.
-Rookie Michael Carter-Williams has been named Eastern Conference Rookie of the Month for the third time this season. A first for any Sixers player ever.
-The 76ers are allowing 109.0 points per game, which is currently worst in the league
-Look for up and coming guard Kemba Walker of the Bobcats to bring his A game against rookie sensation Michael Carter-Williams
-As for a result for this game, look for the Sixers to play spoiler against the Bobcats. This game is just another on the calender before an extended summer for the Sixers but on the other hand for Charlotte, seeding means everything at the moment with the playoffs looming on the horizon.