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1 minute ago, M_Loop said:

I think knicks play home with pistons, hopefully that gives them an advantage. 
 

Knicks....putzes...little chance

memphis ends up with 36 in second half

 

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2 minutes ago, bLACKpANTHER said:

I'm not even mad at Memphis or Detroit.. we had so many chances this year and some unforgivable losses

Knicks, bulls, Cleveland, hawks...all close losses before thanksgiving 

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Welp, gotta get that last one and see.  Proud the way the team has fought lately.

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Grizz were up fuging 23 points...  Only the Hornets could end up in this situation.

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No one to blame but ourselves...

Probably should have switched the lineup a little sooner when we went through that 5-13 strerch.

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7 minutes ago, Proudiddy said:

Grizz were up fuging 23 points...  Only the Hornets could end up in this situation.

They scored 36 in the entire second half

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1 hour ago, bull123 said:

Knicks, bulls, Cleveland, hawks...all close losses before thanksgiving 

dont forget the first friggin game of the year when batum had a wide open three for the win and failed to hit the fuging rim...against  the 1 seed bucks no less.... Missed opportunities :/

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12 hours ago, bull123 said:

They scored 36 in the entire second half

now that's how you tank..

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12 hours ago, Shocker said:

Welp, gotta get that last one and see.  Proud the way the team has fought lately.

since we have changed things up and had a late season surge (especially from the young'ins)  AND  if by some miracle the Knicks help us out and we end up making the playoffs...... Kemba stays, no doubt..

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We all know how this is going to play out.

The Knick’s will beat Detroit and D.J. Augustin will hit a last second shot to beat us making all of this irrelevant.

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Haven’t followed the team much this year, don’t get the games here in Boston so have only watched when we play the Celtics and other nationally televised games which is very few...

What can y’all tell me about the team this year? I’ll watch along tonight on ESPN but don’t expect the Pistons to lose so it may all be moot, but if we do win and they lose what should I know going into the playoffs. Would we have any chance at all to win a series or even a game or would the Bucks kill us? Any realistic hope for the future? (Obviously any team can ask themselves that in today’s NBA unfortunately...) Someone get me up to speed here.

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I swear, every year it feels like ESPN "throws us a bone" and puts Charlotte at home, the very last game of the year. Just LOL. 

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Haven’t been this hyped for a Hornets game for a while...glued to this TV.  Let’s finish this off right.  Go Bugs!

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Detroit is about to go into cruise control. I was hoping I would be proven wrong about the team making a playoff push, but nope. This franchise will be forced to either continue down mediocre road if they keep Kemba or tank it up. There is not much hope with the 12th pick in the draft, so this could be a a tough pill to swallow for many Hornets fans.

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