Bobcats Not In Market for O.J. Mayo?
As free agency opens the Charlotte Bobcats appear to be one of the more active teams in the hunt to acquire talent. The team is reportedly in the market to lure unrestricted free agent center Al Jefferson to town.
However, reports of the team targeting shooting guard O.J. Mayo in free agency appear to be a bit premature at this time according to a league source.
With Charlotte on the sidelines for now teams such as Milwaukee, Utah, Minnesota, Chicago and Portland are rumored to have interest in Mayo this summer.
Mayo averaged 15.3 points, 4.4 assists and 3.5 rebounds in 82 games with the Dallas Mavericks. He reportedly clashed with Mavericks head coach Rick Carlisle toward the end of this past season and its uncertain if the team will entertain re-signing the five year veteran.