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first preseason game is being played now

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Good solid win to start the season. Lots of scoring being spread around. Some surprises: Tyrus going to the FT line 4 times! Maybe he is starting to bang again. Jeff Taylor less than two minutes PT? Really?

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taylor picked up 2 quick fouls and reported that he was benched for that....

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you could watch it online as I did. Guys looked impressive. We definitely have a lot better depth then we used to

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Not sure where you watched it because even Bonnell said this game had no tv for the game, only radio.

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Henderson is Brandon Lafell for the Bobcats.

Homers tend to always believe that they have a star player in the coming, bc they're "homers".

Too bad, they're average players only.

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Not sure where you watched it because even Bonnell said this game had no tv for the game, only radio.

It wasn't on tv.... it was on the internet. That is a totally different thing than a television if you didn't know. As far as the bobcats broadcasting it, yes it was only on radio. You can go watch highlights from them game. Those highlights are from the same thing I was watching. Learn to work the internet and don't trust old farts that don't know anything. Bonnell is just a writer for the Observer. He doesn't know all.

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It wasn't on tv.... it was on the internet. That is a totally different thing than a television if you didn't know. As far as the bobcats broadcasting it, yes it was only on radio. You can go watch highlights from them game. Those highlights are from the same thing I was watching. Learn to work the internet and don't trust old farts that don't know anything. Bonnell is just a writer for the Observer. He doesn't know all.

It wasn't just the Bobcats broadcasting network. Not even NBA TV had coverage.

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