Source: Charlotte Observer
If the Charlotte Bobcats can maintain anything like the fast tempo of Friday's first half, this will get interesting. Likewise, if rookie Michael Kidd-Gilchrist can make threes like he did, it will be rough keeping him off the rim.
The Bobcats rolled over the Sacramento Kings, never trailing in a 121-87 opener in the Las Vegas summer league. Kidd-Gilchrist had 18 points and eight rebounds. Byron Mullens had 20 points and seven rebounds.
• Second-round pick Jeff Taylor (17 points) was billed as a shooter and he didn't disappoint, making 7 of 10 and 3 of 4 3-pointers. Key element for Taylor - he has a quick, one-motion release, so he doesn't need much separation to get off his shot.
• The Bobcats are waiting for answers from free-agent power forwards Kris Humphries and Antawn Jamison. If neither of those possibilities works out, Carl Landry could be an option to fill the Bobcats' last inside roster spot.
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