TORONTO - The Charlotte Bobcats haven’t given many teams fits in recent years, but the Raptors stand as an exception.
Since going 2-1 against Charlotte back in 2009-10, Toronto has somehow gone 3-9 against a franchise that has, more often than not, been a punching bag for other opponents.
In the strike-shortened 2011-12 season, the Bobcats went 5-58 against the NBA’s non-Canadian teams, but 2-1 against Toronto. Last year, the 21-win team split four games against the Raptors.
“I have no clue,” was head coach Dwane Casey’s explanation for why Charlotte has given his team trouble, though he eventually elaborated a bit.
“One thing I do know, Gerald Henderson is shooting 54% against us and a lot less against everybody else.