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Old 04-26-12, 08:38 PM
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I think that is the right thing to do. It is crazy how close it was.
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Looks like both the Sixers and Knicks trying their best tonight.

Guess nobody is that afraid of Chicago.
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Originally Posted by Pharoh View Post

Looks like both the Sixers and Knicks trying their best tonight.

Guess nobody is that afraid of Chicago.
Well, the Knicks were playing the Bobcats. They rested Carmelo, Tyson Chandler, and Baron Davis, and only played Amare for two quarters (in which he scored 21 points). Someone named Josh Harrelson had 18 points and 9 boards, Mike Bibby had 12 assists and, well, they played the Bobcats...

Congrats MJ!

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Old 04-26-12, 11:51 PM
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Someone named Josh Harrellon had 18 points and 9 boards, Mike Bibby had 12 assists and, well, they played the Bobcats...

Congrats MJ!

The immortal Josh Harrellson.... the starting center from UK last year.
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Originally Posted by fujishig View Post
Well, the Knicks were playing the Bobcats. They rested Carmelo, Tyson Chandler, and Baron Davis, and only played Amare for two quarters (in which he scored 21 points). Someone named Josh Harrelson had 18 points and 9 boards, Mike Bibby had 12 assists and, well, they played the Bobcats...

Congrats MJ!
I wonder what Leroy Ellis thinks of the Bobcats having the worst NBA record ever. He played on the 1972-73 76ers and the previous year he was on the greatest team of all-time the 1971-72 Lakers(which had a 33 game winning streak).

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