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Game 57: Kings @ Cats

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Sacramento comes to the TWC tonight after a big win over Orlando, Hopefully the Cats can come out firing and put them down. Wallace will be missed in this game and many games to come. I'm hoping for big things from Hendo, would love to see him shine tonight. Let's Go Cats!!

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Cats starting to get into a groove, Let's Go Cats!

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Kwame with 45 minutes.. wow... and a great game.

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Kwame with 45 minutes.. wow... and a great game.

I was gonna mention this. Props to Kwame! Great team effort tonight.

And Indiana loss. Bobcats are now a half-game out of 8th.

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Get use to 15pt+ games from Hendo.

Honestly, who thought he could be this good in the pros?

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Diaw - you're just poo. Always have been - always will be. I loved Silas calling that early time out and bitching out Boris all the way to the bench. It was right after his half-assed attempt to secure a loose ball, he just lazily stuck out an arm. I won't deny he's talented and crafty, but his lack of energy I just can't get past.

Other than him, great games by Eddie, Matt, and Shaun off the bench, and I love to see Hendo attack the hoop like in the second half. Great win.

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