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2012-2013 Game 28: Miami Heat (19-6) @ Bobcats (7-20)

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debating on if I should even watch. It could be quite embarrassing

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If you closed your eyes and just went by crowd reactions, this would sound like a neutral site game at best. Just embarrassing. Winning cures all.

In other news, we didn't take advantage of that little cold streak that plagued the Heat there for a minute. Gotta capitalize...Bosh won't be missing 15 footers for too long.

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Sorry I'm late, was watching the game downstairs with my pops.

I think we'll get back in the game when Spolstra tries to rest Wade and LBJ in the second half.

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