Well, it’s official.
The Charlotte Bobcats and part owner Michael Jordan just put together the worst season of all-time, at least as measured by win/loss percentage.
The Bobcats lost their last 23 games in a row, leaving them with a record of 7-59 for the season, or a winning percentage of .106. Ouch.
The prior worst record went to the Philadelphia 76ers in the 1972-1973 season — they had a winning percentage of .110, with a record of 9-73 in a full NBA season.
Who is to blame? You’ve got to start at the top, and that’s with part owner and controller of most the important decisions: Michael Jordan.
I guess greatness on the court doesn’t translate to greatness in team management?
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