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Bobcats (33-35) @ Nets (34-31)

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Yeah the refs are bad, as always. We did a little better after that timeout, hopefully Al is back in soon.

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We're getting back into it.

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Also Mason Plumlee just looks like a D-bag.

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If he isn't getting offensive rebounds MKG might as well not even be on the court. Guy can't hit a wide open 15 footer to save his life.

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Our second unit gets us back in the game then the first team takes us right back out of it.

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If he isn't getting offensive rebounds MKG might as well not even be on the court. Guy can't hit a wide open 15 footer to save his life.

I've seen kids that can shoot better than him.

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McBob finding new ways to piss me off

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Overall we're not playing awful...

We just need to eliminate the turnovers. We have 3 points off their 3 turnovers and they have 13 points off our 7 turnovers... good for a margin of +10 (they lead by eight). Jefferson has two of those turnovers, he needs to be conscientious of when that double and triple team comes and to get it back out to Walker, Henderson, and Neal then quickly repost so they can feed him right back when the double team disolves.

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The combo of that horrific 3 by Hendo and the blatant non-called foul against MKG was swell.

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Al has improved a lot this season on his long jumper.

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