For the first time in more than a month, the Charlotte Bobcats are looking to build on a victory.
Facing the Indiana Pacers will make that a difficult challenge.
After snapping the longest losing streak in franchise history, the visiting Bobcats try to avoid an eighth consecutive defeat to the Pacers on Sunday night.
Charlotte (4-26) still owns easily the worst record in the NBA, but the Bobcats have reason to be excited after they snapped a 16-game skid with a 98-91 win at Toronto on Friday. It was Charlotte's first victory since beating Golden State 112-100 at home Jan. 14.
"Even though it's only our fourth win, it's just a win,'' said rookie guard Kemba Walker, who had 14 points and eight assists off the bench. "A win is a win. It's been a while. We're overdue.''
Reggie Williams scored 22 points, D.J. Augustin had 11 with 10 assists and rookie center Bismack Biyombo pulled down 13 rebounds as the Bobcats ended the losing streak the same day majority owner Michael Jordan cele...