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Proudiddy is now Mod of the Hornets/NBA forums...

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Do we really need two forums now for NBA?  Could probably merge them into the Hornets forum unless we get a ton of new users posting in there.   Nice to have a different mod, it was needed a long time ago, IMO.

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It's good to have two separate forums because in the offseason with free agency, this place turns into a clusterfug.

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congrats PD!

 

bathroom needs cleaning, the fridge needs stocking and the cupboards are bare.

 

 

oh ya...and get to work merging those forums!!!

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Hey Hawk, how are the Sonics looking this year.

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same as last year...and I'm not sure if there's anything I could possibly care less about to be honest.

 

 

NBA in the '80's - awesome

 

NBA today - I'd rather not!

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My brotha! It was a pleasure being your campaign manager

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Congrats...looking forward to finally having an active board for an NBA team in Charlotte.

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If we get the number 1 pick Proudiddy will have had a great first day. Approval rating at 99%. Only KT would keep it from being unanimous.

Mark it down Proudiddy being named moderater is turning point for this franchise

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Hey Proudiddy - Zod and company forgot to tell you it would be an 18 month process to be officially named Mod.

 

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