CHARLOTTE - The Charlotte Bobcats own the worst record in the entire NBA and are currently on a ten game losing streak.
Michael Jordan, owner of the Bobcats, said that he is positively livid at his team's 13-50 record.
He remarked that attendance at the games has fallen so bad that at times there are more players, cheerleaders, and hot dog vendors in the arena than fans in the stands.
The former Chicago Bulls great recently sat down with Hercules Confetti of Sporting Chance Magazine at The Flamboyant Tortilla Restaurant in Charlotte.
Jordan pointed out that if the team does not improve he will seriously consider moving it to Boise, Idaho.
He added that he has talked to several Idaho politicians and they are promising him the moon if he will move the team to Boise.
In the meantime, Jordan has said that he will be laying off six cheerleaders, four ticket takers, and possibly even the team mascot, Rufus Lynx, in order to cut down on his expenses.
SIDENOTE: Jordan also expressed to Confetti that he may have to also forego flying his team to and from games and simply charter a Greyhound bus instead.