By Anthony Caruso III
The Capital Sports Report
Owner/Managing Editor/Sr. Writer
The Charlotte Bobcats have reached an all-time low by losing their 20th straight game.
The Sacramento Kings made a rare late-season trip to the East Coast to beat the Bobcats, 114-88. The Kings came into the game with nine losses in their past 10 games, before defeating the Bobcats.
The Kings were able to score 78 points in the paint. And led by as many as 35 points within the fourth quarter.
“It’s difficult,” said Bobcats head coach Paul Silas said. “We only have three big men (because of injuries) and it’s been hard on these guys to keep going. That’s basically all we have. When a team comes like they have with big guys and they’re banging it is hard.”
The Bobcats are 7-56 on the season and could lose their final three games. If they lose those three games, they finish with the worst winning percentage in league history.
The Bobcats have two road games left at Washington and at Orlando, before ending the regular season at home on Thursday night.
“The biggest thing now is having some pride as men,” said Bobcats forward Tyrus Thomas. “Not so much as basketball players. We’ve got to fight it out every second until the horn blows.”
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