Found December 08, 2012 on Trade Street Post:
OMG, they weren't kidding...Boris smells horrible! Another night, another loss. It's really hard as a Bobcats fan to run a blog site as professional as possible and to not get carried away by fast starts and solid wins. In the same breath, however, it's hard to not drift back into the mentality that I had last season. That mentality was one where I didn't see the need for a recap on a night that our beloved Bobcats would lose. I didn't see a need because we were losing so many. We're on a skid now, and while the fan in me is leading towards the latter, the professional side of me can see reasons for the loss and can smile enough to go to Monday's game as a Cats Crazy and not give tonight a second glance to a 132-102 loss. Keep reading if you're curious as to why I'm cool with the losing streak.     Cool with a losing streak...no, I really am not OK with it, but I'll live with it. I not liking it don’t make it go away, so, we pl...
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