The Bobcats got dominated from start to finish by the Toronto Raptors on Friday night.
The Bobcats were outscored 29-16 in the first quarter, and never really put together a significant comeback effort.
The Bobcats struggled to score in this one, and noone on the Bobcats scored more than 12 points.
The Raptors on the other hand had balanced scoring, and were led by Alan Anderson’s 16 points.
Jose Calderon added 15 points and Amir Johnson added 13 points. Amir Johnson also had a +/- of +21, while Kyle Lowry added six assists off the bench.
The Bobcats really had no one that stood out. Three players scored 12 points, and no starters had a positive +/-. The Bobcats as a team shot under 40%, and only made three out of 12 three pointers.
Ramon Sessions struggled off the bench going 3 of 11 from the field, and only scored 11 points.
This loss ends the Bobcats modest two game road winning streak. However, the win was the Raptors 10th in 13 games.
Overall, the Bobcats struggled to get off to a good start and this cost them as they could not rebound. Also, the Bobcats will need Kemba Walker and Ramon Sessions to play better to give the Bobcats a chance to compete.
The Bobcats return to action tomorrow night versus the Indiana Pacers.