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Posted: Thu Jan 17, 2008 2:21 pm
by BigSlam
MagicMadness wrote:-= original quote snipped =-

And even if Illuminati were a Magic fan, the fact that CarolinaCash called out all of us over one person's comments is appalling. :nonono:

The majority of us are smarter than that.

I think it's a fall out from one of your guy's coming to our board and posting:

EvilKoko wrote:Cigamodnalro wrote:

GO BOBCATS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


wow your bobcat fan dumb piece of ****
tell that **** to stay on his own board

When it wasn't even a Bobcats fan who posted:


GO BOBCATS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


It was one of your own fans.

Posted: Thu Jan 17, 2008 3:11 pm
by mhectorgato
MoGrAdY wrote:I actually tried that haha, it didnt work out so much. And I have some **** recorded that I did with a Cam and I was goin to post it. But I cant convert it into MP3 cus Im an idiot like that.

If you make it, I get some royalties on the name "Phat Mo" ;-)

Posted: Thu Jan 17, 2008 3:18 pm
by mhectorgato
damo[23] wrote:Well thats the worst game for us this season.

Giving up a near 20 point lead in the 3rd is completely unacceptable, I dont care what team you are.

It's like SVG said the other night against the Bulls - the players watch the scoreboard.

Perhaps they're a bit tired from the schedule thus far, they see the score is 19 points in their favor. The Magic players think to themselves "we can relax a little bit and still hold on to the lead". At the same time, the Bobcats see the score and try even harder. By the time the Magic realize what's going on, the psychological momentum has swung in favor of Charlotte, and it's too late.

Posted: Thu Jan 17, 2008 3:23 pm
by magicmamma
mfishy wrote:we looked flat out tired.

I've never seen Dwight look so tired before. He's usually looking energetic at the end of the game, but he was standing at the FT line looking like he was ready to drop. Stan was said to be regularly asking Dwight if he was still fit to play, but can you imagine Dwight saying no? Hedo is said to be about exhausted.

Yes, we've had a tough schedule, but there are a lot of fresh guys sitting on the bench, eager to play. If our overworked starters were winning, it would be different, but they aren't. I'm disgusted with not using reserves in back-to-backs. Auggie and Brian could have provided some rest for Hedo, and Adonal certainly wasn't used up. I don't think these guys would give up a 19 point lead any faster than the ones they had out there. And maybe even play JJ when no one on the floor has the legs to score?

Posted: Thu Jan 17, 2008 3:31 pm
by MagicMadness
lol @ EvilKoko

Posted: Thu Jan 17, 2008 4:34 pm
by mhectorgato
A few things to keep in mind regarding fatigue:

We've played the most road games this season (25 games: 16-9).

The Bobcats have played the most home games this season (24 games: 13-11).

We've played more away games than the Cats have played at home (25 vs 24).

We've played more total games than the Cats as well (41 vs 38 )

We've player more total games than anyone else.

Posted: Thu Jan 17, 2008 4:59 pm
by GswStorm3
You guys had a heartbreaking fourth quarter loss like the Warriors yesterday.

Posted: Thu Jan 17, 2008 5:00 pm
by mhectorgato
Night Angel 1 wrote:You guys had a heartbreaking fourth quarter loss like the Warriors yesterday.

BTW - GSW has played the 2nd most games at 40.