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This was the second time this week Thomas Robinson and Andre Drummond went head-to-head in a pre-draft workout with new coach Mike Dunlap.

Not all pictures are worth a thousand words. The picture above of Emeka Okafor, Raymond Felton, Sean May and Adam Morrison is worth six.

The Charlotte Bobcats have gone through a lot of pain the past two seasons to have salary-cap flexibility. They could be as much as $21 million under the cap this summer.

An NBA executive once asked then-Charlotte Hornets coach Allan Bristow what he’d want in return for the 34th pick.

For the fourth time in franchise history, the Charlotte Bobcats will have a top-five pick. Missing on these rare opportunities has cost them.

Four former Charlotte Bobcats made the Observer’s NBA top-100 – Tyson Chandler at No. 26, Gerald Wallace at 63, Jared Dudley at 73 and Emeka Okafor at 78.

There are 12 players in the Observer's NBA top-100 who become unrestricted free agents this summer. Seemingly, these would be prime targets for the Charlotte Bobcats, who can assemble as much as $21 million in room under next season's salary cap.