CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) -- Michael Jordan's Bobcats have nowhere to go but up.
That's the glass-half-full approach the Bobcats will take this season after finishing with the worst winning percentage in NBA history last year.
The Bobcats were a woeful 7-59 (.106).
Charlotte lost 20 games by 20 or more points under former head coach Paul Silas and finished the season with 23 straight losses, ironically the same number that once defined greatness and championships for Jordan the player.
No surprise the Bobcats' focus is ahead, not back.
They have a new coach in Mike Dunlap, five new players on the roster and even changed their color scheme and shortened the name on the front of their news jerseys to read: Cats.
The team changed its motto, too -- Tougher. Faster. Stronger.