Al Jefferson sat at his locker pondering how the Charlotte Bobcats nearly surrendered a 30-point lead they held late in the third quarter. “Of course we had to make it a game,” Jefferson said with a grin. “We couldn’t enjoy an easy win, right?”
Kemba Walker hit a buzzer-beating jump shot in overtime and the Charlotte Bobcats beat the Raptors 104-102 on Wednesday night, snapping a three-game losing streak in Toronto.
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Precious little has gone right for the Toronto Raptors at home. For the Charlotte Bobcats, the positives have been fewer and further between regardless of venue as they head into Friday night’s game at Air Canada Centre trying to snap a franchise-record 16-game losing streak.