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Bocats v. Pelicans 2/21/14 Game Thread

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Nice play by MKG.

If he could just find some consistency...

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whelp that's game, they took Ajinca out. Jefferson can't feast on the poor NO players anymore unless Davis gets another foul here soon. 

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If he could just find some consistency...

 

That will come with time, he's still very young. People have to remember that he can't even legally drink yet. lol 

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whelp that's game, they took Ajinca out. Jefferson can't feast on the poor NO players anymore unless Davis gets another foul here soon. 

 

This was sarcasm for those that didn't know. Jefferson just abused Davis. lol 

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That will come with time, he's still very young. People have to remember that he can't even legally drink yet. lol

Good point, man.

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Anthony fuging Davis was an "All-Star," and yet, Al Jefferson has 27 points on him with 4 minutes (to 14) left in the 3rd quarter and the they both have 7 rebounds.  LOL.

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Why had CDR and his one eye on the court and not Tolliver?

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