Today is the final game of the regular season for the Charlotte Bobcats. They'll finish with their best season in franchise history, and having made the playoffs faster than other expansion teams, like the Timberwolves and Grizzlies.
This game has no bearing on the Cats' final position in the standings. If it were baseball, I'd know exactly what the team would do: The starters will be introduced and in the starting lineup, but at the first opportunity, they'd be removed from the game one by one so that the fans could give them each a standing ovation. Here's hoping Larry Brown does something similar.
Conversation starter: What was your favorite single moment from this season? I'm going with the moment back in December, or so, when I realized Gerald Wallace was going to make a run at the All Star team.