Found April 27, 2012 on
Midwest Sports Fans:
With last night’s 104-84 loss to the New York Knicks, the Charlotte Bobcats completed the NBA season with a record of 7-59 and a .106 winning percentage.
The Bobcats broke the record for worst winning percentage in NBA history, sinking below the 1972-73 Philadelphia 76ers who posted a 9-73 record (.110).
The Bobcats’ seven wins is the worst win total since the Providence Steamrollers went 6-42 in 1947-48. The Bobcats’ number is obviously skewed by this year’s lockout-shorted 66-game season (16 games shorter than the standard 82-game season).
I’ll let you speculate on how many additional wins the Bobcats would pick up if they had 16 more games.
The Charlotte Bobcats suffer through loss #57. (Photo by Chuck Burton/Associated Press)
But looking at won-loss record alone won’t give you a full appreciation for just how bad this year’s Bobcats were. So let’s look at all the ways in which Charlotte was not only the worst team in the NBA this season but also one of the worst of all...
BEST OF MAXIM
Forward Corey Maggette says that while the Bobcats have plenty of questions to answer moving forward, owner Michael Jordan's commitment to winning is not among them.
Jordan has endured plenty of criticism after Charlotte finished the season with the worst record in NBA history (7-59).
Despite that, Maggette says players enjoy playing for Jordan and doesn't believe free...
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...
Forward Corey Maggette said that while the Bobcats have plenty of questions to answer moving forward, owner Michael Jordan's commitment to winning is not among them.
Jordan has endured plenty of criticism after Charlotte finished the season with the worst winning percentage (.106) in NBA history. The Bobcats finished the lockout-shortened season 7-59.
Despite that, Maggette...
Michael Jordan’s 2011/12 Charlotte Bobcats probably would’ve been better served had the 49-year-old owner suited up and played a few games. This team desperately needed help that they never got, as evidenced by the 23-game skid on which their season ended. The ‘Cats finished with just 7 victories, equating to an all-time worst winning percentage of just .106. To add...
Look at it this way, Bobcats fans: at least “.106 winning percentage” doesn’t make for a very catchy derisive chant. Not only is Charlotte officially the worst team ever, with 23 losses to close out the season (23—the Irony-Meter’s on 10), one month-old Bobcats fans everywhere are wondering if the Bobcats will ever win a [...]
Here's a video of former UConn Huskies All-American and current Charlotte Bobcats rookie point guard Kemba Walker talking about his experiences in the NBA.
Follow Ian on Twitter @soxanddawgs. And be sure to like us on Facebook as well.
Michael Jordan's No. 23 has long been synonymous with greatness. By Thursday night that number could have a completely different meaning for him.
His Charlotte Bobcats face their 23rd consecutive loss and would finish the season with the worst winning percentage in NBA history (.106) if they don't beat the New York Knicks on the final night of the shrunken season. And that...
Amar’e Stoudemire wanted to finish off the regular in strong fashion, and he did just that in the form of one monster poster. Tyrus Thomas was the unfortunately on the receiving end of the dunk and he would have been better suited to just get out of the way.
Article found on: Cosby Sweaters
The Charlotte Bobcats couldn't even beat a Knicks team resting most of its starters, finishing with the worst winning percentage in NBA history after a 104-84 loss Thursday night.
J.R. Smith scored 22 points for the Knicks, who pulled away in the second half to clinch the Eastern Conference's No. 7 seed and a first-round playoff matchup against No. 2 Miami beginning Saturday...
Michael Jordan's No. 23 has long been synonymous with greatness. Now that number has a completely different meaning for him.
As Jordan watched from his luxury box, his Charlotte Bobcats lost their 23rd consecutive game Thursday night 104-84 to the New York Knicks to finish the shrunken season with the worst winning percentage in NBA history (.106). That means the man recognized...
Paul Silas believes Bismack Biyombo may be best suited for the power forward position in the long-term.
The New York Knicks have secured the 7th seed in the playoffs. With that honor, they’ll be headed down to Miami to take on the Heat. But Thursday night they were in Charlotte. You’d think that meant there was nothing exciting about this game. I don’t think the Bobcats have won a game in April. [...]
The Knicks tried to help old nemesis and current Bobcats owner Michael Jordan. They sat out Carmelo Anthony, Tyson Chandler, and Baron Davis. They even dusted off the decaying corpse of Mike Bibby and played him just under 37 minutes. The Bobcats still lost by 20 at home and finished with the worst winning percentage in NBA history (.106). Their final record was 7-59. The Bobcats...
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) -- The Charlotte Bobcats couldn't even beat a Knicks team resting most of its starters, finishing with the worst winning percentage in NBA history after a 104-84 loss on Thursday night.
J.R. Smith scored 22 points for the Knicks, who pulled away in the second half to clinch the Eastern Conference's No. 7 seed and a first-round playoff matchup against...
Michael Jordan, arguably the greatest NBA player ever, is poised to become the owner of the worst team in league history.
His embarrassingly bad Charlotte Bobcats have one more shot to avoid the title.
Heading into Thursday night's regular-season finale, the Bobcats are teetering on the verge of the worst winning percentage (.106) ever and could clinch the dubious distinction...