By Nick Parker
CHARLOTTE, N.C. When a team has lost 18 games in a row like the Charlotte Bobcats, the manner of losing varies. But the frustration doesnt as each additional loss seemingly acts as another brick added to a building wall of pressure.
As Kemba Walker sat in the locker room still in uniform 30 minutes after the game with a towel draped over his head, it was evident that this one hurt just a little more than the rest.
No loss is easy, but its hard to conceive a more frustrating or excruciating way for a loss to unfold than Saturday nights 98-95 setback against the New Orleans Hornets.
The first-half script couldnt have been any more beautiful for the Bobcats. In the battle of the top two picks from Junes draft, Bobcats rookie Michael Kidd-Gilchrist delivered 18 points and seven rebounds as the Bobcats built a 57-40 halftime lead behind 63 percent shooting.
But that lead one that had ballooned as high as 21 in the first half was erased as th...