If they hope to finally snap their lengthy skid, the Charlotte Bobcats must find a way to be more competitive on the road.
For the Chicago Bulls, back-to-back games against two of the NBA's bottom feeders might be just what they needed to get back on track.
The Bobcats will try to avoid their 19th consecutive loss on Monday night when they visit the Bulls, who have won five straight in the series.
Charlotte (7-23) is one loss away from becoming the fourth team since 1986-87 to go winless in at least 16 games in a month. The Bobcats have already done it once, going 0-16 in April. Cleveland was 0-16 in January of 2010-11 and Vancouver went 0-17 in March of 1995-96.
Charlotte, which hasn't won since Nov. 24 at Washington, is also closing in on its franchise-record 23-game losing streak at the end of the 2011-12 season.
"Eventually we are our own solution," coach Mike Dunlap said. "We can't look external."
The Bobcats appeared as though they might s...