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King Taharqa

Game 20: Nuggets vs. Bobcats

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Bobcats leading by 1 with 8 minutes left in the 4th. Playing well against a very good team tonight.

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Yea, they are looking good. Jack and Gerald are by far our best players and they might very well take us to the playoffs.

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Excited about this team man, so much. Gforce 25 points , 16 boards? If no all-star team dude, seriously, it's crap. If they can combine for 50 points a game... we'll be nasty. Good defense too, #1 scoring team.

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Gerald Wallace is leading the NBA in rebounds. Holy crap.

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Gerald is a BEAST, this team is starting to mesh. Lets get to the playoffs Bobcats! Great Game!

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Thats impressive for G-Force. He's been a monster on the boards this season. Picking up the slack now that Emeka is gone.

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Thats impressive for G-Force. He's been a monster on the boards this season. Picking up the slack now that Emeka is gone.

Emeka who?

Wallace is the most underrated player in the league big time.

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Great game by the Bobcats, their D really played good down the stretch. We still need to knock down more jumpshots to pull the defense out but I think Felton, Wallace and Jax all did a good job of attacking the basket.

It was really nice to see us get to the foul line as much as we did.

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