Charlotte Bobcats coach Paul Silas will not return to the team next year following a dreadful 2011-12 season, the team announced on Monday. The 68-year old will step down after the Bobcats finished a woeful 7-59, which was the worst single-season winning percentage in NBA history.
General manager Rod Higgins said in the release that he hopes Silas will be a "valuable resource" for the franchise in the future.
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