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Crazy ending in the Charlotte/Richmond game.

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So how many Technicals will we need against St Louis to pull off the upset? I say at least 4-5.

We can beat SLU. We hung with them for the first half last time. We started to get into a bit of foul trouble though I believe.

I don't think we will win and I'm cool with losing to a team as good as SLU. I just don't want to watch Cody Ellis flop all over the court again today. That kid plays like a bitch.

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I think we can beat them, too. However I see it equally possible that we could lose by 20+.

Crossing fingers for no scoring droughts.

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Coach Alan needs a major haircut.

I'll show myself out.

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