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Crash in All-Star Dunk Contest!

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To be honest, I don't see him winning but I am excited to see him in the dunk contest.

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He said after the game today he might not do it now because of his injury today.

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It'll be great to have a Charlotte Bobcat in All-Star weekend. I started watching basketball in 2000 or so when Eddie Jones was a starter in the All Star game for Charlotte and I think Ricky Davis was in the dunk contest the same year.

I just happened to be flipping channels and noticed the Charlotte jersey and decided to watch and really was blown away by Vince Carter that weekend and our Hornets participating. Hopefully having Gerald Wallace at All Star Weekend will bring in more Bobcat fans.

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If he is anywhere near achy then I hope he doesn't participate.

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Crash has a good chance of winning, but even if he doesnt, he should DEFINITELY be an all star!

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