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King Taharqa

Game 46: Bobcats@Trail Blazers

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The Bobcats are out West in Oregon tonight. Coming off our HUGE win in LA last night, I think it'll be tough for us to win against a young scrappy Blazers team. Our stud G Force is out. And we still miss our rookie phenom DJ Augustin. It's gonna take huge games from Diaw, Bell, Felton, & Mek to win this one. GO BOBCATS!!

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Finally, a bobcats game i can watch. i hope they win so i can rep my bobcats gear tomorrow.

lets give em hell charlotte

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NOT on in Wilmington :(

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they look tired after a 2OT game last night.

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Shannon Brown is starting to become a force.

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adam morrison is fuging horrible he is the most atrocious piece of crap ive ever watched nice waste of a 3rd pick dumb fuging management.

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adam morrison is f*cking horrible he is the most atrocious piece of crap ive ever watched nice waste of a 3rd pick dumb f*cking management.

How a tall lanky shooter plays near 30 minutes and only takes 6 shots, I've got no clue.

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