STATE OF THE FRANCHISE
The Bobcats 2011-12 season was record setting. Unfortunately, they set the record for the worst winning percentage in NBA history. The Bobcats were nothing short of horrendous last season, and there may not be much hope for drastic improvement this season. They have a mixture of poor management, sub-par talent, and bad luck. Even with the worst record in the NBA, they were still not fortunate enough to land the top pick in the draft and settled for Michael Kidd-Gilchrist with the second pick. The Bobcats decided to get rid of several solid veterans during the offseason, hopefully to free up salary space for potential signings of top talent in later years. They got solid production at times from last seasonís rookies Bismack Biyombo and Kemba Walker.
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