CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- The worst season in NBA history is over for the Charlotte Bobcats. Gerald Henderson had 21 points for the Bobcats, whose 23rd consecutive loss left them with a winning percentage of .106 (7-59) in the lockout-shortened season. The record was set 39 years ago, when the 1972-73 Philadelphia 76ers finished 9-73 (.110) in a full regular season. "Going 7-59 like we did is not what we planned on doing," Henderson said. "This doesn't sit very well with me. These last 10 games, we've really tried to get after it, compete and not get that record. It just didn't happen for us. We just didn't have enough. We couldn't come up with the plays. "When you look back at it and see we lost 59 games, you always think, `We could've won one more.' "
Gerald Henderson, walking quote machine huh? I mean these are some gems.
"Going 7-59 like we did is not what we planned on doing"
"When you look back at it and see we lost 59 games, you always think, `We could've won one more"
Uhh...yea Gerald, thanks. I mean, you actually could have won a lot more than one more...you lost 59 times, that's 59 more games you could have won...based on that statement, and the first quote, was your plan to go 8-58? Was that what you guys planned on doing?
Does anyone know if MJ actually cares? That's a real question...the guy is filthy rich, his shoes continue to be best sellers despite the fact that he retired like, a decade ago, just money flowing in constantly, he must not care, right? This guy was pyschotically competitive as a player, I have to think if he cared even an ounce about this team he'd be doing everything he could short of suiting up to help this team improve...that doesn't not seem to be the case here.
PS: Is Anthony Davis on suicide watch yet?