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Pro Sports Daily:
CHICAGO - In the building where their owner created many of the best moments in franchise history, the Charlotte Bobcats handed Chicago a forgettable loss on Monday. The Bobcats snapped an 18-game losing streak by beating the Bulls 91-81 at the United Center. Bobcats owner Michael Jordan was not in attendance, but he surely appreciated the strong effort from his team. Kemba Walker led the Bobcats with 18 points. Gerald Henderson scored 16, while Ramon Sessions and ex-Bull Ben Gordon each had 15 points off the bench. "When you go through an entire month without a win, it really eats at you," Charlotte coach Mike Dunlap said. "It is especially hard for our young guys who need to build confidence." The Bobcats started 7-5 this season, equaling last season's win total. But they hadn't recorded a victory since beating Washington in overtime on Nov. 24. "We're a desperate team right now," Henderson said. "This losing streak has been v...
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There was little reason to tune in to yesterday’s Bobcats-Bulls game. First, there would be no Michael Kidd-Gilchrist, who was out with a scratched cornea. Second, when they showed Kidd-Gilchrist sidelined on the bench, he was annoyingly not wearing a pirate eye patch. Third, the Bulls have the fifth-slowest pace in the league and were [...]
Charlotte Bobcats forward Hakim Warrick threw down a monster slam dunk and posterized Chicago Bulls guard Marco Belinelli during Monday night's NBA game at the United Center. Warrick got the pass from guard Ramon Sessions at the three point line and got a running start before throwing it down and drawing the foul on Belinelli. Warrick finished the game with 8 points and 6 rebounds...
Last week, Charlotte Bobcats sideline reporter Stephanie Ready was trying to help sell some apparel from the team's website during a report from the Staples Center.Ready was trying to show off a team sweatshirt that had a special deal attached to it being held by a Bobcats fan.For some reason, the cameraman shooting the report didn't pan over right away to the shirt and Stephanie...
The Bobcats’ 21-point lead in the second quarter was like a violent bout of diarrhea: explosive and cathartic but with a very messy ending. At least we’ll always have that second quarter. Ahead by 3 against the Hornets, the Bobcats raced to a 10-point lead to start the second. Then Michael Kidd-Gilchrist scored 12 of [...]
Kemba Walker had 18 points and eight rebounds, and the Charlotte Bobcats ended an 18-game losing streak with a 91-81 win over the Chicago Bulls on Tuesday.
Gerald Henderson added 16 points and reserve Ben Gordon had 15 to help Charlotte end the second-longest skid in team history.
Chicago never led but rallied from 12 down in the third to tie it at 65 heading into the fourth quarter...
Bulls coach Tom Thibodeau says guard Kirk Hinrich is sidelined for Monday's game against the Charlotte Bobcats because of ''a compilation of things.''
The chief concern is Hinrich's left knee, which cost him time earlier in December. Hinrich has battled numerous injuries this season.
Charlotte, which has lost 18 straight games, is without forward Michael...
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...