Thursday, April 28, 2011

Games 72,73 Knicks, Bucks: Cats new adopted mascot Chai has superpowers.

Game 72 50-21 Cats v 38-35 Knicks

The Cats won the game despite, once again, a crazy amount of turnovers. With 1.8 seconds left and up 59-58 the Cats goofed on the inbound pass. Thankfully Fields decided to dribble before hoisting a 3. The lone dribble ran out the clock and the Cats held on to the win. The game was close throughout except for a 9 point Cats lead which the Knicks erased with an 11-0 run.

Rudy Gay has lost his shooting touch the past few weeks. Thankfully his teammates have picked up the slack

Oddest Stat of the Night. Eddy Curry with no stats in 5 minutes

New Cards

 Team News
Bell opts for surgery.

 League News
 LAC: Kaman out for 4-6 weeks with broken toe.
 Houston recalls Hill

Game 73 51-21 Cats v 30-42 Bucks

The Bobcats ate the Lowly Bucks and ate them for supper 60-29. The entire team was hitting on all cylanders, and Rudy Gay finally found his stroke.
The Bucks thought the game would be easy after going up 3-9 in the first. But then Manfred Nissley the GM of the Cats was having a family devotional time and a Cat strayed into the stadium. This Cat went straight to the Cats Bench and began rubbing the legs of the coach. At first the team was confused when the coach told them not to inbound the ball after a Bucks score. Turned out the Cat "gave the coach inspiration" or so said the coach. The Cat, who was later adopted by the Team at halftime and given the name of Chai, was appearantly good luck for the Bobcats as they went on a 57-20 streak to finish the game. Throughout the arena in the fourth the home fans were chanting Chai, Chai, Chai!
Odd Stat of the night. Chai must have spooked Brandon Jennings as he scored 5 points on 1-13 shooting (0-8 spt), 3-5 FT and had 3 turnovers.

IRL (My family and I had finished devotions and I suddenly heard a noise. I looked around and our Cat Chai had somehow hit the right button on my controller, which allowed the Bucks to score and caused the Cats to not inbound the ball.)

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