The Charlotte Bobcats impressivley handled the visiting Philadelphia 76ers at Time Warner Cable Arena Friday night, winning 105-88. Jeffrey Taylor, now assumng a startng role with Michael Kidd-Gilchrist our for four to six weeks with a broken hand, tied his career high with 20 points, leading six teammates in double figures. Gerald Henderson and Kemba Walker had 18 points apiece, with Walker also adding a season high 10 assists. Al Jefferson had 14 points and twelve rebounds. Philadelphia was led by Tony Wroten had 21 points to lead Philly. The Bobcats 105 point total was their season high and surpassed the 100 point mark for only the second time this season. They are now 9-11 for the season. Next game is Monday night at 7:00PM against the Golden State Warriors at Time Warner Cable Arena. The game will also mark the return of former Davidson star, Stephen Curry to the Charlotte area. The game will have broadcast coverage on Newsradio 1490, starting at 7:00PM.