Charlotte Hornets center Bismack Biyombo has the potential to be a great center in the NBA someday. He's got the size and the raw talent, but just has to figure out how to use it. Good thing is he does not have to be forced to play and risk developing bad habits. In the mean time, when he does play we get to be treated to the occasional gem.Like this beauty of a block: Read more »
If you asked ten Charlotte Hornets fans how they feel about backup center Bismack Biyombo you would probably receive a 50/50 split of both positive and negative responses. But all ten would undoubtedly agree that the player who is affectionately known as “Biz” by his teammates will be playing his last year in Charlotte if he doesn’t show improvement this...
This summer, Charlotte Hornets center Bismack Biyombo has been traveling in his native Republic of Congo. Biyombo, 21, was born in Lubumbashi, the country's second largest city.
Biyombo was drafted 7th
July 24, 2014
Charlotte Bobcats star Bismack Biyombo is experiencing a case of more money, more problems. Supposedly the 6’9″ Biyombo was approached in his home country Yemen by a man named Igor Crespo in 2009, who promised him to help him develop into an NBA player in exchange for 10% of his lifetime earnings.
Obviously Biyombo was drafted in the 2011 NBA Draft as the 7th pick, so now Crespo...
During today’s Chicago-Charlotte game, high-bounding forward/center Taj Gibson absolutely posterized an ill-fated Bismack Biyombo with a massive slam at the beginning of the 2nd quarter.
Video courtesy of the good people at beyondthebuzzer.com, check this highlight out for yourself below:
Gibson image courtesy of Getty images.
Bobcats coach Steve Clifford says Anthony Tolliver will start at small forward Monday night against the Golden State Warriors.
Tolliver replaces Jeffery Taylor, who is out with a left heel contusion. Taylor took over as the Bobcats starter at small forward last week after Michael Kidd-Gilchrist broke his left hand. Kidd-Gilchrist is out four to six weeks; Taylor is day to day.
Via AP on Fox
December 09, 2013
The Charlotte Bobcats defeated the Philadelphia 76ers on Friday night to improve their record to 9-11, good for 4th in the Southeast Division. Backup center Bismack Biyombo played only seven minutes and had four points and three rebounds. The playing time is about half of what Biyombo normally gets in a game, but he has a sprained ankle and could miss some games.Rick Bonnell...