Jul 14, 2011, 7:49 PM EDT
From the AP’s Mike Cranston:
The Bobcats were one of the best defensive teams in the league in 2009-10, but lost some of their defensive edge early last season before Silas replaced Larry Brown. After Silas took over, the team played a slightly more up-tempo (but still fairly slow) style, and finished with a respectable record under him. It looks like Silas is going to try to push the pace even more next season now that he has two young, talented point guards on the roster. Time will tell if it will lead to the Bobcats getting back to .500 next season.
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