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Cats vs Knicks

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Rookie mistake there by MKG. Never should have dribbled and when he did, he picked it up after one dribble.

And that was not a travel by BG a couple possessions ago, especially by NBA standards.

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Wow, we have to learn how to play down the stretch. We are just awful in the last 3 minutes.

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We play 45 good minutes of basketball. Unfortunately 45 minutes isn't good enough when you are only a mediocre team. Mediocre teams have to play the full 48 minutes to win.

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Why not use the foul?

I seen so many stupid plays at the end, my God. We couldn't even walk on the floor. Travels. 5 sec. We deserved to lose.

They didn't have Carmelo out there lol

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i do not think dunlap is a good gameday coach. he seems to be a good motivator and gets the guys to play hard, but he burned all of timeouts way too early this game and it cost them

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