(AP) — The inability to get stops has been the Charlotte Bobcats’ biggest weakness this season.
The Detroit Pistons’ woes stem from an inept offense.
In a meeting of two of the league’s worst teams, the Bobcats and Pistons each seem to have a decent chance of fixing their primary problems Friday night in Charlotte.
The Bobcats (2-9) opened a back-to-back-to-back stretch Thursday with a 111-81 loss to Atlanta, their fifth straight defeat. The Hawks were playing without All-Star center Al Horford, but that didn’t seem to make a difference as Charlotte was outrebounded 55-30 and outscored 52-38 in the paint.
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