Ramon Sessions Finalizing Deal With Charlotte Bobcats, According To Report

The Charlotte Bobcats are slowly but surely filling the many holes in their team in hopes of fielding a more competitive team in the 2012-2013 season than the one that set the record for lowest winning percentage in league history last season.

Sessions was hailed as the answer to the Lakers' point guard problems when he came over in a deal from the Cleveland Cavaliers before the trade deadline last year, leading the team to jettison veteran Derek Fisher, who wound up on the Oklahoma City Thunder. Sessions appeared to give the team life in the second half of the season, but performed poorly in the playoffs, leading the Lakers to seek another option in the form of a trade for Steve Nash.

The Bobcats already have Kemba Walker and D.J. Augustin (probably) on the roster, both of whom play the same score-first point guard role Sessions has in years past, so it will be interesting to see how the minutes and positions shake out, and which develop chemistry with No. 2 overall pick Michael Kidd-Gilchrist.

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