Charlotte Bobcats accomplishments and records

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This is a list of the accomplishments and records of the Charlotte Bobcats. The Charlotte Bobcats are an American professional basketball team currently playing in the National Basketball Association (NBA).

Individual accomplishments and awards[edit]

All-NBA Team[edit]

The Bobcats have no players awarded to any All-NBA Team yet.

All-NBA Defensive Team[edit]

First Team[edit]

NBA All-Star[edit]

Basketball Hall of Fame[edit]

The Bobcats have no players inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame.

Retired jerseys[edit]

The Bobcats have yet to retire a number.

Coach of the Year[edit]

The Bobcats have had no coach awarded yet.

Executive of the Year[edit]

The Bobcats have no executive awarded yet.

Rookie of the Year[edit]

NBA All-Rookie First Team[edit]

NBA All-Rookie Second Team[edit]

NBA Rising Stars Challenge[edit]

NBA regular season records set/tied by the Bobcats[edit]

Team records[edit]

Unless otherwise stated, statistics/records are accurate as at the middle of the 2013–14 season.

Career leaders[edit]

Category Name Years with Bobcats Total
Games Wallace, GeraldGerald Wallace 2004–2011 406
MP Wallace, GeraldGerald Wallace 2004–2011 16,718
PTS Wallace, GeraldGerald Wallace 2004–2011 7,437
REB Okafor, EmekaEmeka Okafor 2004–2009 3,516
AST Felton, RaymondRaymond Felton 2005–2010 2,573
TO Wallace, GeraldGerald Wallace 2004–2011 924
STL Wallace, GeraldGerald Wallace 2004–2011 768
BLK Okafor, EmekaEmeka Okafor 2004–2009 621
FGM Wallace, GeraldGerald Wallace 2004–2011 2,334
FG% Mohammed, NazrNazr Mohammed 2007–2011 .515
3PFGM Felton, RaymondRaymond Felton 2005–2010 375
3P% Herrmann, WalterWalter Herrmann 2006–08 .440
FTM Wallace, GeraldGerald Wallace 2004–2011 1,788
FT% Augustin, D.J.D.J. Augustin 2008–2012 .876

Single-season leaders[edit]

Category Name NBA season Total
MP Wallace, GeraldGerald Wallace 2009–10 3,119
PTS Richardson, JasonJason Richardson 2007–08 1,788
REB Okafor, EmekaEmeka Okafor 2007–08 876
AST Knight, BrevinBrevin Knight 2005–06 610
TO Felton, RaymondRaymond Felton 2006–07 230
STL Walker, KembaKemba Walker 2012–13 160
BLK Okafor, EmekaEmeka Okafor 2006–07 172
FGM Walker, KembaKemba Walker 2012–13 526
FG% Okafor, EmekaEmeka Okafor 2008–09 .561
3PFGM Richardson, JasonJason Richardson 2007–08 243
3P% Richardson, JasonJason Richardson 2007–08 .406
FTM Wallace, GeraldGerald Wallace 2009–10 422
FT% Augustin, D.J.D.J. Augustin 2010–11 .906

Franchise leaders[edit]

All-time Playoff Leaders.

Most points[edit]

  1. Stephen Jackson – 72
  2. Gerald Wallace – 70
  3. Raymond Felton – 47
  4. Kemba Walker - 36
  5. Al Jefferson - 36
  6. Tyrus Thomas – 35
  7. Boris Diaw – 30
  8. Michael Kidd-Gilchrist - 27
  9. Nazr Mohammed – 24
  10. Larry Hughes – 24
  11. Josh McRoberts - 23
  12. Gerald Henderson Jr. - 21
  13. Gary Neal - 20

Franchise leaders[edit]

All-time leaders – as of the end of the 2013–14 NBA season. Bold denotes that the player is still active with the team.

Most points[edit]

  1. Gerald Wallace – 7437
  2. Raymond Felton – 5311
  3. Emeka Okafor – 4630
  4. Gerald Henderson, Jr. – 3732
  5. Kemba Walker – 3553
  6. D.J. Augustin – 3068
  7. Boris Diaw – 3010
  8. Matt Carroll – 2923
  9. Stephen Jackson – 2758
  10. Primož Brezec – 2245
  11. Jason Richardson – 2050
  12. Brevin Knight – 1945
  13. Al Jefferson – 1594
  14. Nazr Mohammed – 1503
  15. Ramon Sessions – 1454

Most rebounds[edit]

  1. Emeka Okafor – 3516
  2. Gerald Wallace – 3398
  3. Boris Diaw – 1381
  4. Raymond Felton – 1366
  5. Bismack Biyombo – 1316
  6. Primož Brezec – 1199
  7. Nazr Mohammed – 1056
  8. Gerald Henderson, Jr. – 1047
  9. Matt Carroll – 831
  10. Kemba Walker – 823
  11. Al Jefferson – 792
  12. Michael Kidd-Gilchrist – 782
  13. Stephen Jackson – 670
  14. B.J. Mullens – 664
  15. Melvin Ely – 642

Most assists[edit]

  1. Raymond Felton – 2573
  2. Brevin Knight – 1497
  3. D.J. Augustin – 1248
  4. Kemba Walker – 1207
  5. Boris Diaw – 1107
  6. Gerald Wallace – 1100
  7. Gerald Henderson, Jr. – 616
  8. Stephen Jackson – 499
  9. Ramon Sessions – 436
  10. Josh McRoberts – 404
  11. Jason Hart – 367
  12. Jeff McInnis – 344
  13. Matt Carroll – 303
  14. Emeka Okafor – 298
  15. Jason Richardson – 294

Most steals[edit]

  1. Gerald Wallace – 827
  2. Raymond Felton – 565
  3. Brevin Knight – 355
  4. Kemba Walker – 306
  5. Emeka Okafor – 251
  6. Gerald Henderson, Jr. – 228
  7. Matt Carroll – 213
  8. Boris Diaw – 204
  9. Stephen Jackson – 198
  10. D.J. Augustin – 177
  11. Jason Richardson – 130
  12. Keith Bogans – 107

Most blocks[edit]

  1. Emeka Okafor – 621
  2. Gerald Wallace – 531
  3. Bismack Biyombo – 344
  4. Tyrus Thomas – 178
  5. Boris Diaw – 166
  6. Nazr Mohammed – 157
  7. Gerald Henderson, Jr. – 127
  8. Melvin Ely – 119
  9. Primož Brezec – 113
  10. Michael Kidd-Gilchrist – 109
  11. DeSagana Diop – 89
  12. Byron Mullens – 82

Years with team[edit]

  1. Matt Carroll – 7
  2. Gerald Wallace – 6 ½
  3. Raymond Felton – 5
  4. Emeka Okafor – 5
  5. Gerald Henderson, Jr.- 5
  6. DeSagana Diop- 4 ½
  7. Nazr Mohammed – 4 ½
  8. Tyrus Thomas – 4
  9. D.J. Augustin- 4
  10. Boris Diaw- 4
  11. Sean May – 4 (but was injured the entire 2007–08 season)

Games[edit]

  1. Gerald Wallace – 454
  2. Raymond Felton – 399
  3. Matt Carroll – 397
  4. Emeka Okafor – 330
  5. Gerald Henderson, Jr. – 311
  6. D.J. Augustin – 280
  7. Boris Diaw – 260
  8. Primož Brezec – 229
  9. Kemba Walker – 221
  10. Bismack Biyombo – 220
  11. Nazr Mohammed – 209
  12. Brevin Knight – 180

Minutes[edit]

  1. Gerald Wallace – 16718
  2. Raymond Felton – 13939
  3. Emeka Okafor – 11212
  4. Boris Diaw – 8918
  5. Gerald Henderson, Jr. – 8439
  6. D.J. Augustin – 7545
  7. Kemba Walker – 7272
  8. Matt Carroll – 7258
  9. Brevin Knight – 5568
  10. Primož Brezec – 5546
  11. Stephen Jackson – 5234
  12. Bismack Biyombo – 4715

3-Point field goals made[edit]

  1. Raymond Felton – 375
  2. D.J. Augustin – 346
  3. Matt Carroll – 338
  4. Kemba Walker – 285
  5. Jason Richardson – 270
  6. Gerald Wallace – 267
  7. Stephen Jackson – 239
  8. Boris Diaw – 237
  9. Ben Gordon – 121
  10. Adam Morrison – 118
  11. Jumaine Jones – 115
  12. Josh McRoberts – 112

Minor Stats (Top-3 Leaders only)[edit]

Field Goal Pct:

  1. Nazr Mohammed .515
  2. Al Jefferson .509
  3. Emeka Okafor .506

3-Pt Field Goal Pct:

  1. Walter Herrmann .440
  2. Anthony Tolliver .413
  3. Jason Kapono .412

Free Throw Pct:

  1. D.J. Augustin .875
  2. Matt Carroll .840
  3. Anthony Tolliver .805
  4. Chris Douglas-Roberts .805

Turnovers:

  1. Gerald Wallace – 1024
  2. Raymond Felton – 1021
  3. Emeka Okafor – 597

Personal Fouls:

  1. Gerald Wallace – 1254
  2. Emeka Okafor – 1000
  3. Raymond Felton – 908

Statistical leaders[edit]

  • Raymond Felton: Led team in assists per game for 4 straight seasons: 2006–10. Led team in minutes per game: 2008–09. Led team in steals per game: 2009–10. Also played a franchise-high 57 minutes on December 29, 2006.
  • Brevin Knight: Led team in assists per game: 2004–05, 05–06. Team leader in steals per game: 2004–05. Also became the first team captain (along with veteran Steve Smith). First assist in franchise history.[1]
  • Emeka Okafor: Led the team in rebounds per game in all first 5 seasons of existence (2004–09). Led team in blocks per game: 2004–05, 06–07, 07–08, 08–09. Led team in points per game: 2004–05. Led team in minutes per game: 2004–05. Also became just the second player drafted first overall by an expansion team to record a double-double in his first game. Grabbed the franchise's first (defensive) rebound, as well as the first offensive rebound.[2] Nearly had the Bobcats' first triple-double with 19 points, 9 rebounds, and a franchise-best 10 blocked shots. Also has the franchise-high in rebounds with 25.
  • Jason Richardson: Led team in points per game: 2007–08. Led team in minutes per game: 2007–08. First player in franchise history to be NBA Eastern Conference Player of the Week twice in the same month (March). Scored a Franchise record 42 points against his former team, the Warriors. He also led the league in three point field goals made in 2007–08.
  • Gerald Wallace: Led team in points per game: 2005–06, 06–07, 08–09. Led team in minutes per game: 2005–06, 06–07, 09–10. Led team in blocks per game: 2005–06, 09–10. Led team in steals per game 4 straight seasons: 2005–09, and barely missed the lead in 09-10 by just 6 steals, but led team again in 2010–11. Led team in rebounds per game: 2009–10, 10–11. Also the first player in franchise history to be named NBA Eastern Conference Player of the Week (November 28, 2005). Scored a franchise-record 41 points, and a franchise-record 27 points in the second half, on March 28, 2006.
  • Stephen Jackson: Led team in points per game: 2009–10, 10–11.
  • D.J. Augustin: Led team in assists per game: 2010–11, 11–12.
  • Tyrus Thomas: Led team in blocks per game: 2010–11.
  • Gerald Henderson, Jr.: Led team in points per game: 2011–12. Team Captain 2012–13.
  • Bismack Biyombo: Led team in rebounds per game: 2011–12, 12–13 and blocks per game: 2011–12, 12–13.
  • Kemba Walker: Led team in scoring: 2012–13. Led team in assists: 2012–13, 13–14. Led team in steals per game: 2011–12, 12–13, 13–14. Team Captain 2013–14.
  • Al Jefferson: Led team in scoring: 2013–14. Led team in rebounds: 2013–14.

Other notable players[edit]

  • Derek Anderson: Tied a franchise-best with six 3-pointers in one game, January 12, 2007.
  • Primož Brezec: Scored the first points in Bobcats history. Also made the first turnover and made the first free throws in franchise history.
  • Jason Hart: Made the first steal in Bobcats history.
  • Jason Kapono: Made the first block in Bobcats history.
  • Steve Smith: Unanimously became the first team captain (along with veteran Brevin Knight). Scored the franchise's first 3-point field goal.

Playoffs[edit]

In 2013-14, the Bobcats made their second NBA Playoffs-appearance as a seventh seed, losing two games to zero against the Miami Heat who are led by LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh. The Bobcats' starting-5 are: Gerald Henderson Jr., Kemba Walker (assist leader), Al Jefferson (scoring and rebound leader), Michael Kidd-Gilchrist and Josh McRoberts, with Gary Neal, Cody Zeller, Chris Douglas-Roberts, Anthony Tolliver and Bismack Biyombo as their main subs.

In 2009–10, the Bobcats made their first NBA Playoffs-appearance as a seventh seed, being swept in 4 games by the Orlando Magic, who were led by Dwight Howard, Jameer Nelson and Rashard Lewis. The Bobcats' starting-5 were: Stephen Jackson (scoring leader), Gerald Wallace (rebound leader), Raymond Felton (assist leader), Boris Diaw and veteran Theo Ratliff, with Tyrus Thomas, D.J. Augustin, Tyson Chandler and Gerald Henderson Jr. as their main subs.

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