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intangiblejohnny

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What's the deal with Neal?

He must've pissed off someone.

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Out tonight with the injury from Monday (he pulled something in his leg, or ankle if you remember).

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Terrible call on Al. The body was the foul.

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They can't shoot like this all night....can they?

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Also, Pierce gets some of the most bs foul calls I've ever seen.

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5 minutes, 1 pt, 4 reb, 1 ast, 1 blk

I swear, if they'd give him 25 minutes he'd average 5 pts, 12 reb, 3 blk per game in his sleep.

Give the other 24 to Cody & he'll add 10 pts, 8 reb easily.

15 pts, 20 reb per game from the PF position

Instead we're forced to watch McBob play with his hair for 30 minutes per game & get abused inside & on the boards while he jacks up 3 after 3.

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Charlotte Bobcats@bobcats 2h

UPDATE: Gary Neal out tonight for #BKNvsCHA due to ankle injury

Here is the twitter post in case someone didn't believe me.

I believed you, man. I just neglected to refresh before I responded to the other Neal post. I missed the Rockets games.

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Biyombo-

5 minutes, 1 pt, 4 reb, 1 ast, 1 blk

I swear, if they'd give him 25 minutes he'd average 5 pts, 12 reb, 3 blk per game in his sleep.

Give the other 24 to Cody & he'll add 10 pts, 8 reb easily.

15 pts, 20 reb per game from the PF position

He had 3 fouls in 5 minutes. Good luck getting much more out of him with how many fouls he commits.

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I believed you, man. I just neglected to refresh before I responded to the other Neal post. I missed the Rockets games.

I didn't mean you specifically, it's just good to cite your sources and not trust some jackass on the internet.

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