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I'm sorry Hornets
by stevenew,posted Apr 18 2011 1:48PM
Wow so my Dad calls and says, â€śHey ya watching the Hornetsâ€ť and I say â€śNo, is the game over?â€ť and he saysâ€™, â€śThere about to beat the Lakers in LA!â€ť So I run to the TV and put it on and watch the last 8 minutes of a great game. So apologies to the Hornets for not believing they had a chance. I mean they lost the last few games but did get into the playoffs but had to play the Lakers, one the NBA"s best teams so I wasnâ€™t alone. Nobody gave the hornets a chance especially with one of their best players Davis West out for the season with a leg injury. But The Hornets pulled off a stunner in the first game Sunday and stung the two-time defending champs, the Los Angeles Lakers, in LA so they have another game Wed night them come home to the hive this weekend which should be really buzzing. Â Iâ€™d love for you to be there so listen all week for your chance to call in and win free tickets to the Hornets playoff game this Sunday night on Magic 1019
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