Precious little has gone right for the Toronto Raptors at home.
For the Charlotte Bobcats, the positives have been fewer and further between regardless of venue as they head into Friday night's game at Air Canada Centre trying to snap a franchise-record 16-game losing streak.
Charlotte (3-26) is winless since beating Golden State 112-100 on Jan. 14, and its 10 road losses during the skid have come by an average of 16.2 points. The most recent defeat there came Wednesday night, a 102-90 loss to Minnesota in which the Bobcats allowed 54 points in the paint while the Timberwolves shot 50.6 percent.
"Some nights it's embarrassing, especially when we lose by a lot," rookie Kemba Walker said. "No one likes to lose by that many points."
Walker, the ninth overall pick, is third on the team with 13.1 points per game. D.J. Augustin - averaging 13.4 points - had nine off the bench in his first action after missing 11 games with an inflamed big toe. The Bobcats, ...