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Jakob

Game 9: Bobcats @ Cavs

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Andrew Bynum is out for personal reasons. Dion Waiters is out with an illness and Kyrie Irving broke his nose, he will be wearing a face mask.The Cavs Were in a 38 point hole Wednesday at full strength. This game could be a huge blowout.

 

The Cavs lineup should look something like this..

 

PF: Tristan Thompson

SF: Alonso Gee

C: Anderson Varejeo

PG: Jarrett Jack

SG: CJ Miles

 

 

 

 

GO CATS

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News is just coming in that Al Jefferson is questionable.

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the first game i cant find the bobcats vs cavs listed on the dish guide

 

had to contact dish its unlisted on channel 452 

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Yeah, big Al is out, doubt we really need him to win tonight.

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At this rate the first person to 60 points might wins

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Holy poo we have thrown the ball out of bounds like 7 times already

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Who ever imagined the Cavs to be this bad this season. Thought they were absolutely making the Playoffs.

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Wow, this is like the 2012 bobcats playing the 2011 bobcats

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I dont get why the Bobcats game are never air locally. I mean you're that bad, and what you need is fans to watch your games. What you dont need is the exact opposite of that.

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