The Sacramento Kings are in danger of finishing with the worst record in the Western Conference.
The Charlotte Bobcats could end up with the worst in league history.
Charlotte's franchise-record losing streak would reach 20 games Sunday night if visiting Sacramento ends a six-game skid in this series.
Considering they haven't lost to the Kings since Feb. 22, 2008 - and Sacramento is tied for the West's worst record - this may be the Bobcats' best chance to avoid a dubious distinction.
Charlotte (7-55) needs to record a victory in one of its final four games to avoid the worst winning percentage in NBA history. That mark is currently held by the 1972-73 Philadelphia 76ers, who finished 9-73 for a .110 winning percentage.
"Everyone knows what we're playing for," Gerald Henderson said Friday after matching a career high with 32 points in an 85-80 loss to Memphis. "We don't want to set that record."
While the Bobcats have lost a team-record 19 in a row overall, Sacramento (20-43) ...