Former Nevada Wolf Pack point guard Ramon Sessions had a game he would like to forget Friday night.
Sessions, who will turn 27-years-old on April 11, scored five points in 23 minutes in the loss. All five of his points came from the free throw line in eight attempts.
Sessions, who plays behind starter Kemba Walker, had gone 78 consecutive games with at least one field goal. The last time he didn't hit a field goal in a game was March 14, 2012, in his final game with the Cleveland Cavaliers. Sessions went 0-for-8 that night against the Milwaukee Bucks and was traded to the Los Angeles Lakers the next day.
Sessions is averaging 14.7 points and 3.9 assists this season for Charlotte.
In the loss to the Bulls, he was 0-for-5 in the first half from the field and 0-4 in the second half. One of his misses was a 3-point attempt and three were lay-ups.