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Game 2: Bobcats at Mavericks

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MKG and Sessions off the bench were the two highlights for me tonight....otherwise meh.

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Are people really overreacting after 1 loss.

WE'RE A REBUILDING TEAM PEOPLE!!!!!

Dunlap is the right coach god dammit.

Get used to more losses like this bc we're going to be seeing a lot more.

I'm not overreacting. I want Dunlap to be the coach that helps turn this franchise around. But he failed the test tonight. The Cats were playing well but the zone hindered them. Carter and Mayo were taking and making warmup jumpers but Dunlap stayed in the zone. To stay in the zone when it's not working is a recipe for disaster. The Bobcats are not Syracuse University and the NBA is not college basketball. He truely is out of his mind if he thinks the zone can be used effectively as a team's primary defense in the NBA. i like Dunlap but he had better learn to make adjustments.

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I'm not overreacting. I want Dunlap to be the coach that helps turn this franchise around. But he failed the test tonight. The Cats were playing well but the zone hindered them. Carter and Mayo were taking and making warmup jumpers but Dunlap stayed in the zone. To stay in the zone when it's not working is a recipe for disaster. The Bobcats are not Syracuse University and the NBA is not college basketball. He truely is out of his mind if he thinks the zone can be used effectively as a team's primary defense in the NBA. i like Dunlap but he had better learn to make adjustments.

You cant blame that the zone is the reason we loss. More than likely, no matter whatever we played we were probably going to lose anyway. Dallas were and is a more talented team and they were going to start scoring at some point.

Atleast we're not running a "Princeton Offense" like the Lakers. See what happened with them?

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Dunlap must think he is still at St. Johns.

Mike Brown thinks he coaching Princeton? am i doing it right lmfao.

Get over it. We're a below average team and better get used to a lot of losses.

But Dunlap is the right coach. Give him more talents, we'll start winning.

Whod you want, Dunlap or Silas? Okay.

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The Mavs were throwing basketballs into the basket like it was the ocean. Looking forward to playing through the night with Bobcats/Mavs on Saturday and Panthers/Broncos on Sunday.

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You cant blame that the zone is the reason we loss.

I'm not blaming the loss on the zone - I expected the Bobcats to lose. I'm blaming the zone for enabling the Mavs to turn a competive game into a laugher. And blaming Dunlap for not at least trying to make adjustments. If Dunlap wants to run a zone... fine. But do not continue to use the zone when a team is shooting 60% from the field.

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