Last season the Bobcats signed South Carolina native Ramon Sessions to a one-year deal. He turned out to be one of the better players on the team averaging 14.4 points, 3.8 assists and 2.8 rebounds off the bench. The impressive thing about Sessions is his uncanny knack to get to the free throw line as he averaged just under six free throw attempts per game last season. Sessions also earned a 17.80 player efficiency rating which is almost as high as starting point guard Kemba Walker (18.86).
With the season on the horizon I got a chance to to speak with Sessions at media day about his off season, new additions to the front court and got some interesting perspective form him on the Hornets name coming back to Charlotte.