2010-11 Charlotte Bobcats Roster

National Basketball Association (NBA)
Team Record: 34-48
Finishing 4th in the NBA's Southeast Division of the Eastern Conference
Coach: Larry Brown (9-19)
Coach: Paul Silas (25-29)
Location: Charlotte, North Carolina
Attendance: 649,694, Avg. 15,846 in 41 home dates
2010-11 Charlotte Bobcats Statistics
2010-11 Charlotte Bobcats Results

The Charlotte Bobcats of the National Basketball Association ended the 2010-11 season with a record of 34 wins and 48 losses, finishing fourth in the NBA's Southeast Division of the Eastern Conference. Larry Brown and Paul Silas coached the team.

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Player Pos. Birth Date Height Weight College Hometown
D.J. AugustinGNovember 10, 19876'0"180TexasNew Orleans, LA USA
Derrick BrownSeptember 7, 19876'7"225XavierOakland, CA USA
Kwame BrownC-FMarch 10, 19826'11"240noneCharleston, SC USA
Matt CarrollGAugust 28, 19806'6"212Notre DamePittsburgh, PA USA
Sherron CollinsGMay 18, 19875'11"205KansasChicago, IL USA
Dante CunninghamFApril 22, 19876'8"227VillanovaClinton, MD USA
Boris Diaw-RiffiodG-FApril 16, 19826'8"203noneCormeille-en-Parisis, FRA
Desagana DiopCJanuary 30, 19837'0"280noneDakar, SEN
Gerald HendersonSGDecember 9, 19876'5"215DukeCaldwell, NJ USA
Stephen JacksonG-FApril 5, 19786'8"218Butler Co CC (DNP)Houston, TX USA
Shaun LivingstonGSeptember 11, 19856'7"175nonePeoria, IL USA
Dominic McGuireFOctober 20, 19856'8"210Fresno StateSan Diego, CA USA
Nazr MohammedCSeptember 5, 19776'10"221KentuckyChicago, IL USA
Eduardo NajeraFJuly 11, 19766'8"234OklahomaMeoqui, Chihuahua, MEX
Joel PrzybillaCOctober 10, 19797'1"243MinnesotaMonticello, MN USA
Garrett TempleGMay 8, 19866'6"190LSUBaton Rouge, LA USA
Tyrus ThomasFAugust 17, 19866'9"215Louisiana StateBaton Rouge, LA USA
Gerald WallaceFJuly 23, 19826'7"215AlabamaSylacauga, AL USA
D.J. WhiteFAugust 31, 19866'9"251IndianaTuscaloosa, AL USA


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