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The Charlotte Bobcats were busy signing players for the second-straight day on Friday.
Forward Josh McRoberts re-signed with Charlotte for a deal reportedly worth two years and $5.5 million.
McRobertsâ€™ new contract also reportedly includes a second-year player option.
McRoberts was acquired by the Bobcats from the Orlando Magic during the Feb. 21 NBA trade deadline for forward Hakim Warrick.
A former Duke standout, McRoberts averaged 9.3 points and 7.2 rebounds in 26 games for the â€˜Cats last season, including 19 games started.
McRoberts re-signing adds even more depth to the Bobcats' front court.
Charlotte drafted Indiana power forward Cody Zeller with the fourth pick in this yearâ€™s NBA Draft and signed former Utah center Al Jefferson to a contract on Thursday.View more articles in: