Entry No. 32 on the “You Know Your Career’s in Jeopardy When…” list: Your coach calls your play “disturbing.” Check out what Paul Silas told the Observer: “The Charlotte Bobcats didn’t activate forward Boris Diaw for Wednesday’s game against the Utah Jazz, and based on the tone of coach Paul Silas’ comments, Diaw might never play here again. ‘I think if he had played all out, the way he should have, it would have been a much, much better club,’ Silas said, when asked why Diaw has fallen out of the rotation entirely. [...] ‘I like a player who is really committed to not only the team but to himself and then doing the best he can as a player,’ Silas said. ‘Some of the things that would go on, like not shooting the ball (and) passing all of the time… I needed hoops and he could put the ball in the hoop. When that wouldn’t happen it was very disturbing.’”