Found April 27, 2012 on The Sport Mentalist 2:

I wonder will the Charlotte Bobcats get to put an asterisk by this season’s win total since their record-setting season of futility didn’t happen during a standard 82-game season?
Doubtful that would matter much to the people of Charlotte who have had to endure this miserable 7-59 debacle that has been the Bobcats’ season. Even worse though is the fact that this team doesn’t look to make any significant improvements anytime soon.
Basketball doesn’t have a draft system that automatically rewards the worst team with the top pick like football does. Indianapolis Colts’ fans have known for months that their team would be able to draft Andrew Luck with the first pick in the NFL Draft since the Colts were a league-worst 2-14 last season.
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