Seven-year veteran Tyrus Thomas is training in San Antonio as he attempts an NBA comeback. He has signed with agent Roger Montgomery.
Bobcats will amnesty F Tyrus Thomas to create the room to sign Jefferson.
Charlotte Observer "Charlotte Bobcats power forward Tyrus Thomas was told not to accompany the team on their four-game West Coast trip by team management. Bobcats president of basketball operations Rod Higgins said Monday the front office felt Thomas’s time was better spent in Charlotte, doing some physical..." March 05
Rufus On Fire "Usually mastering your craft is regarded as rising to the top of your guild. The cream of the crop. The mountaintop. But does it not take the same energy to be the bottom of your craft? No, you're right, I guess it doesn't. Still, Tyrus Thomas and DeSagana Diop have mastered the art of being..." February 14
Charlotte Observer "Simple question for Charlotte Bobcats forward Tyrus Thomas: What happened last season? "Life happened," Thomas replied Monday with not a hint of sarcasm or annoyance. Thomas thought he'd break through a plateau he'd established as an NBA power forward. He did break from two previous seasons..." October 02
Rufus On Fire "Often so. I tend to say and write dumb things on occasion, as people who broadcast their thoughts are wont to do, and more often than not, I will admit them readily. One of the dumber things I have ever put into e-ink was a desire for the Bobcats to trade for Tyrus Thomas back in 2009. It..." August 27
Charlotte Observer "Charlotte forward Tyrus Thomas was ejected from the Bobcats' game with the Wizards for throwing an elbow at Washington's James Singleton late in the first quarter on Monday night. Thomas was dribbling and Singleton was defending him when the Charlotte forward elbowed him with 3.6 seconds..." April 24
Charlotte Observer "Tyrus Thomas isn't saying a lot, but he is doing a lot more of late than he had for the Charlotte Bobcats. Thomas' struggles have paralleled his team's. He went 13 straight games without scoring in double figures, and though that's not an end-all/be-all, it reflected how little he contributed..." March 19
Charlotte Observer "With forward Tyrus Thomas showing signs of leg fatigue, Charlotte Bobcats coach Paul Silas chose to sit him, with hopes he'll play Thursday in Atlanta - the first of three games in three nights for the Bobcats. Thomas missed the first six games of the season with a sprained ankle. His return..." January 11