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King Taharqa

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Bucks have won 5 straight over the Bobcats and look to make it 6 tonight. Bobcats are coming off 2 tough home losses to the Nets & Knicks. Last time we were on the road we played well, hopefully we can pick it back up tonight. GO BOBCATS!!!

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Not looking good

understatement.

i wonder how the bobcats would do against smitty, jarrett, peppers, dj hackett and moose on the bball court.

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understatement.

i wonder how the bobcats would do against smitty, jarrett, peppers, dj hackett and moose on the bball court.

they'd lose

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