When Charlotte Bobcats coach Mike Dunlap said he had to find a third scorer to win Monday, he meant that quite literally in the fourth quarter. Kemba Walker scored seven points in that last period. Ramon Sessions added six. And the rest of the Bobcats – eight of them entered the game – provided zip. That was a huge factor in the Bobcats’ 100-94 home loss to the Houston Rockets. This certainly looked like the end to a 14-game home losing streak when the Bobcats led by 12. Instead the streak is now a team-record 15 after the Rockets outscored the Bobcats 26-13 in the final period...
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