Charlotte Bobcats Career Point Scoring Leaders

Gerald Wallace

Raymond Felton

The expansion Charlotte Bobcats came into the NBA in 2004, and while the team has yet to make the postseason, they sure have had some good players on the court.  What follows is a short list of the Bobcats’ leading scorers to date, subject to change quickly over the next few years:

Gerald Wallace (6340)—Forward Gerald Wallace has been with the Bobcats since their inception, and he leads the team so far with 6340 total points.  Wallace had his best season in 2006-07, with 1304 points (18 points per game). 

Raymond Felton (5017)—Guard Raymond Felton has been with the Bobcats his entire career so far, from 2005 until now as I write this in 2010.  Felton ranks second in franchise history with 5017 points, and his best season so far was 2008-09, when he put in a career best 1162 points (14 per game). 

Emeka Okafor (4630)—Center/forward Emeka Okafor began his career in Charlotte and played there from 2004 to 2009.  Okafor ranks third in Bobcats’ history with 4630 points, and his best season was 2007-08.  That year, Okafor scored a career high 1133 points (14 points per game). 

Matt Carroll (2546)—Guard Matt Carroll played for the Bobcats from 2004 to 2009 and ranks fourth in the team’s history with 2546 total points.  Carroll’s best season was with Charlotte in 2006-07, when he scored a career best 869 points (12 per game).

Primoz Brezec (2245)—Center Primoz Brezec played for Charlotte from 2004 to 2007, and he ranks fifth in franchise history with 2245 points.  Brezec had his best season in a Bobcats’ uniform, in 2005-06.  That year, he scored a career high 982 points (12 points per game). 

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Hello, hello, 6 years ago from London, UK

Thank you for an informative hub, especially for me. I haven't a clue.


Sam 4 years ago

The Charlotte bobcats once were on a 23 game losing streak!

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