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Kemba should hurt his ribs more often, he shoots better.
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Missed almost the entire game. Can someone tell me why the hell our second best player has played so little?
Kemba missing an easy dunk....
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Bobcats got out hustled, and out played in the 4th. The Cats looked flat out tired.
I've loved Clifford so far, but why Anthony Tolliver played more than MKG and three times more than Cody Zeller is just beyond me
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because clifford has already said mkg has been tired before. as hard as he plays, he is subject to the long season. i think it is nice that he is aware and managing his minutes. it should help his development.
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I can agree with the resting of MKG but when Tolliver is obviously having an off night I'd give some minutes to Southerland just for the hell of it. I was mostly happy with the effort out there and ball movement. MKG and JT did solid work on Lebron in the halfcourt. It was definitely a case of them wearing down down the stretch but like I said mostly pleased with the the performance.
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We had wide open looks all night and couldn't get a shot to fall maybe because we don't have any decent shooters). Agree with being out hustled, I think Miami gave better effort than we did tonight which is unacceptable.
There was a really good segment on Bobcats TV tonight where they were interviewing Heat " fans" as they were walking into the arena tonight. Asking what's the capital of Florida, asking to spell Wade's first name. Duane, DeWayne,etc., ask one guy to name any Heat player other than the big 3 and his response was LeBron.
Lebrons block was the hardest I've ever seen a shot blocked. It looked like a volleyball spike and went about 5 or 6 rows deep. Speaking of LeBron, he could have scored 60 tonight if he wanted to, he scored a ton and never seemed to force a shot or try to take over. All of his shots came within the flow of the offense.