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Cats vs. Bucks 3/16

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Good win by 9. Great job of battling back from sloppy play to keep pace in the east.

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1 below .500 now sitting at 33-34. Teams 14th road win this season which is the most in team history.

Makes me want to play 2k14, but my hdtv is broke which sucks.

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I think Clifford wanted to get away from Al early and put it on the rest of the team. Maybe Al gets in foul trouble in the playoffs. This was a test to see if we could get offensive power from somewhere else. In the end he said "okay, enough tooling and tinkering around. Al get out there and win this for us!"

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Hendo has stepped it up since the injury

He got to see how replaceable he was with Neal and CDR.

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OP, you have the IQ of a down syndrome squirrel if you think Milwaukee is the worst team in the league.

Philadelphia has lost 20 straight games.

Statistically they are the worst team in the league. They have 2 less wins than Philly. I agree that Philly has a worse roster and is playing poorly.

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So far so good...

 

We need to beat Atl at TWC tomorrow and hope that PHX can somehow beat BRK coming off a tough game against Toronto.

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So far so good...

 

We need to beat Atl at TWC tomorrow and hope that PHX can somehow beat BRK coming off a tough game against Toronto.

 

That would definitely set up an interesting game Wed. night, solid win.

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