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Dell Curry and Steve Martin examine why Charlotte's losing streak has reached 13 games.
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Charlotte the Bulls came in and just shows there's stuff 956 you scored their fifth straight win. -- in the pockets of their thirteenth straight loss that tied a franchise record 9560. The final here and -- First half highlights. Reggie Williams got a Villanova. -- -- The -- It's Gary here. Finished with -- -- points and it was four from being. You know with a double to. The Bobcats. We're. Know for two in the second half we go on the Bulls put this away in the third quarter and Carlos Boozer. Another big score was sixteen and six on the night. And Denver's first minute. Are great here the last thing you know with the last the only wildcat to reach double figures -- have Derrick Brown. And our final -- Chicago winner here in 95 to 64 of the Bobcats double B 33% but that's -- do. Chicago's defense 42% they'd normally allow that ship the Bob -- that the thirty feet with 33. Three point field -- 61 in favor of Chicago rebounds to the Bulls by eleven. The turnovers to the Bobcats unfortunately. They gave up 27 points off those turnovers that -- 54. To forty tough night for the Bobcats. They came in against the team even though -- on their own home floor. But they didn't see -- team know in the first battle between -- they didn't see Derrick Rose at all tonight. But there's CJ Watson was more than up GOP no more than enough Chicago's a team that is on a missions but that's not only to win the east with a win. At all you're exactly right they are focused and it doesn't matter where they play a little more on the road they're gonna bring their a game and CJ Watson. Filled in nicely tonight for -- Rose only seven points but he got the team started off good they outscored about his third sixty minutes first quarter and never looked back.