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|Mullens finishes season on bench: Bobcats center Byron Mullens was unable to suit up for the team's season finale Wednesday against the Cavaliers. Mullens will end up missing 10 of the final 11 games for the season, due to an ankle injury. |
|No information available at this time (Updated 5/21/13).|
|Mullens had a decent statistical season, averaging a career-high 10.6 points and 6.4 rebounds per game, however he missed 29 games and struggled badly with his consistency. Mullens shot 38.5 percent from the field, a pitifully low number for a big man. Mullens is a restricted free-agent this season, and could garner some decent attention on the market due to his unique skills. He is unlikely to be much more than a low-end Fantasy option on Draft Day next season, no matter where he lands. |
Week 19 Start 'Em and Sit 'Em
Salmons, Thompson carry Kings past slumping Bobcats
John Salmons scored 22 points and Jason Thompson had 18 points and 14 rebounds to lead the Sacramento Kings in a 119-83 victory over the slumping Charlotte Bobcats on Sunday.
Monroe steps up late, leads Pistons past Bobcats
Greg Monroe scored 10 of his 19 points in the fourth quarter, stepping up with Brandon Knight on the bench nursing a hyperextended right knee, to lead the Detroit Pistons to a 105-99 victory over the Charlotte Bobcats on Wednesday night.
Nightly Grades 2.19.13: Iso Joe wins the night
Each night, Eye on Basketball brings you what you need to know about the games of the NBA. From great performances to terrible clock management, the report card evaluates and eviscerates the good, the bad and the ugly from the night that was.
Bobcats hold off Magic's second-half charge
Kemba Walker and Gerald Henderson each had 24 points, Byron Mullens added 20 points and 12 rebounds and the Charlotte Bobcats survived a second-half comeback to hold off the Orlando Magic 105-92 on Tuesday night.
|Byron Mullens essentially came out nowhere last season as the 23-year-old went from only playing in mop-up duty to becoming a big part of Charlotte's rotation. The former Ohio State standout averaged a career-best 9.3 points and 5.0 rebounds while averaging 22.5 minutes over 65 games with the Bobcats. The 7-footer also was able to make 42 percent of his shots from the field and spent much of the season splitting time at center and power forward. That will likely be the case once again this year as new coach Mike Dunlap has already raved about his versatility. However, one of the biggest knocks of Mullens game was his lack of rebounds and post presence. He has reportedly spent the summer working on his inside game and the Bobcats want him to spend more time in the paint instead of always settling for outside jumpers. While it seems unlikely he will be able to unseat Tyrus Thomas and Bismark Biyombo in the starting lineup, Mullens should still be in line for healthy 20-plus minutes per game most nights. With duel eligibility at forward and center, Mullens should be considered a viable low-end reserve option in deeper formats. However, with center being such a thin position, he does have more value at center. Still, only owners in the deepest of formats should consider scooping him up in the later rounds. (Updated 8/22/12)|
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