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Atlanta Hawks (29-35) @ Charlotte Bobcats (33-34) 7PM Fox Sports South

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TWC Arena is so dead and empty. You can hear Steve talking to the team and the Hawks bench players yell and clap after a made basket.

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TWC Arena is so dead and empty. You can hear Steve talking to the team and the Hawks bench players yell and clap after a made basket.

It's Monday night, in Charlotte...with freezing rain and sleet on St Patrick's Day.

About what I expected.

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These and-1 calls are interesting...

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For those in the Charlotte area... Are the Bobcats running playoff promos on local stations other than FSC or SportsSouth

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I feel like if you're a race car driver then you're a Bobcats fan...

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For those in the Charlotte area... Are the Bobcats running playoff promos on local stations other than FSC or SportsSouth

I haven't seen any other then the ones listed above.

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