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Bobcats' Ignominious Slide Finally Ends

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New Year…new approach….a new player surprisingly impactful in the rotation.

And finally for the Charlotte Bobcats, a new streak.

The 18-game losing streak is history, and this victory was no fluke. They thumped a Chicago Bulls team that had beaten them in their last five meetings, holding the home team to 35 percent shooting in a 91-81 victory at the United Center Monday.


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