CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) -- The odds are stacked against Michael Jordan's Bobcats winning the NBA lottery Wednesday night and landing the No. 1 pick in the draft.
It's a tough situation for Jordan because his struggling franchise can't afford yet another loss.
The Bobcats finished with the worst winning percentage in league history (.106) after going 7-59 in the labor-shortened regular season. Nonetheless, they have a 25 percent chance of getting this year's top prospect -- which appears to be 6-foot-10 Anthony Davis from Kentucky.
"It's probably as big of a day as we've had in our history since Michael joined," said Bobcats president and COO Fred Whitfield.
The Bobcats are expecting about 5,000 fans for an open house at Time Warner Cable Arena and they'll be rooting for the Bobcats to hit the lottery.
History isn't on Charlotte's side.
The team with the worst record in the league hasn't won the NBA lottery since 2004 -- the year the Orlando Magic used the No. 1 pick to select Dwi...