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Game 38 Suns @ Bobcats

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Were raping these Suns.

Time to get the bench in already LMFAO.

*Knocks on wood*

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Were raping these Suns.

Time to get the bench in already LMFAO.

*Knocks on wood*

Thanks .. gotta spread some rep first but I'll catch you later.

GO 'CATS!!

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I dont think we have ever gone over 40 in a single quarter. 42-23 Bobcats!! We are going to really start opening eyes all around the NBA.

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58-27 Bobcats with 6 minutes to go in the 2nd quarter. This game is going to set all kinds of Bobcats records and its against a good team, not a NJ or Minn.

Im so stoked about this team!!

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Its so funny to listen to the phoenix commentators. I mean what can you say about there team... When we are just plain laying the WOOD on em

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