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Fry em up and eat em!

 Currently speaking the Hawks are playing above themselves. C's need to tighten up on defense. C's need to stop playing with their food! I've had my fill of Trae Young and all his whining. He has talent but complains way too much! He's just a player that rubs me the wrong way. 

C's need to establish themselves in this second quarter and kick the Hawks a$#. An ABSOLUTE ATROCIOUS CALL on Smart. ARE YOU KIDDING ME?!?!?! Refs are keeping them in this damn game. What a set by the C's, JT finds Al for three! 

C's better wake up and put this team away. Where is the killer instinct?! JB just rocked the cradle and scores with the left. Love how he's attacking! We have a tie ball game as we speak. Now is the time to run! Run! Run! 

C's are raining threes down tonight. Back to back by Brogdon and Brown! Malcolm Brogdon is a MACHINE! The Sixth Man of the year!!! DWhite for THREEEEEEEEE!!! Let's Go! C's are playing with that we are gonna close these guys out energy! Al just told Trae to get that weak a$& shot outta here! 

C's need to hit the Hawks with a huge knockout punch here in the third. JT hits a nice nothing but net three! C's do need to attack the rim, stop shooting from deep. That was quite a move by JT putting the defender in the spin cycle. C's need to tighten up on defense. 

Dam Hauser with a huge Block! JT on the break and jams it home! Sam I am gets the Don Nelson like bounce on the rim and in! C's lead after three but it's not enough! 

C's need to pounce and they aren't as we start the fourth. Sam I am for three, I love this kid! C's are starting to amp and ramp it up to close these clowns out! Please make it happen so I don't need to hear that dumb Hawk noise until next season! 

C's are floundering and faltering as we speak... What the heck is going on. This team is unreal. RWill with the biggest offensive rebound of the game. These refs are terrible absolutely terrible. The refs are fixing the game. Rob the Lob scores! DWhite with two clutch free throws, now they need a HUGE stop... C's can't make a stop. With help from the refs the C's choke away a lead and lose. Absolutely disgusting... 


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