Southeast Notes: Bobcats, Wizards, Meeks, Jardine

Earlier today we learned that the Bobcats missed out on free agent forward Carl Landry, whom they've been eyeing for quite some time.  Ultimately, the player regarded as the best remaining free agent decided to ink a two-year, $8MM deal with the Warriors.  A sign-and-trade with the Hornets was a rumored possibility but that proved to be difficult after the club renounced his rights.  More from the Southeast division..

  • Rick Bonnell of the Charlotte Observer (via Twitter) says there is no telling if the Bobcats will bring in another power forward after missing out on Landry.  It's possible that Charlotte will stand pat and instead go with the bigs that they already have.  That strategy would mean that the club is betting heavily on Tyrus Thomas bouncing back after he averaged 5.6 PPG last season.
  • The Wizards, along with the Lakers and Bucks, are among the frontrunners for free agent Jodie Meeks, writes Alex Kennedy of HoopsWorld.  “There are five or six teams, but those three are at the forefront right now because I’ve been talking to them the most," said the soon-to-be 25-year-old.  Kennedy adds that Meeks seems likely to sign this week.
  • Scoop Jardine, who broke his right foot three days before the draft, will likely receive an invitation to training camp with the Bobcats, a source told John Mitchell of the Philadelphia Inquirer.  The guard was hardly a lock to be drafted before the injury but was said to have impressed the Sixers.

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