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Game 4: Bobcats vs Nets

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this might be the ugliest looking game I've ever seen, especially that first quarter...14-10 after 1....ehhhh, we are just plain horrible at scoring points.

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Bobcats have turned up the defensive pressure in the 2nd half of this contest. They're up by 9 halfway thru the 4th quarter after trailing in the 1st half.

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i know it was the nets but i really liked how resilient our team was in the 2nd half. it may be a long season but i think it will be an interesting one

p.s. gerald is out of his MIND fun to watch that special kind of hustle he can bring

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Does anyone have At&t U-Verse on here? I only got the first game and every game since it has said it's blacked out in my area. I'm starting to think Time Warner is fuging At&t. Anyone else having this problem?

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Iverson is already unhappy in Memphis, I saw we should look into that again.

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[email protected] I told you dude was DONE and him going to Memphis is a disaster waiting to happen. And whatdoyaknow, he's bitching about coming off the bench after 1 GAME!!!! LMAO.

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