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Bobcats face the reigning MVP tonight in Cleveland. We dont match up that well against the Cavs, so it will be a tough but fun game to watch. GO BOBCATS!!!

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Gerald needs to shoot the ball better if we want to have a chance in this one, 4-20 like last night wont cut it.

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Gonna need to shoot a lot better from the field to have a shot tonight. I'll be watching though. Should be fun as it's always fun to watch one of the sports best players.

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Gerald needs to shoot the ball better if we want to have a chance in this one, 4-20 like last night wont cut it.

yeah, when you have 5 of your shots blocked, that also will hurt the percentage. brown needs to set up better plays for guys, it's so frustrating watching augustin, felton, wallace and diaw getting shots thrown back in their face repeatedly on offense two games in a row

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We did a lot better than I expected. Although they pulled away in the 4th, we hung with them pretty well throughout most of the game.

We just don't have enough high % production from in the paint. Once we cooled off a bit, we were unable to keep up.

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