Found January 26, 2013 on Trade Street Post:
I love our youth... The importance of the game at Time Warner cannot be overstated. Our path to the playoffs starts with a win against the Timberwolves. It will also involve incredible luck, roughly 200 injuries to players on other Eastern Conference teams, and the entire stock of a meth lab roughly the size of the state of Colorado, but that’s later. First comes a win against the injured, depleted, reeling, Minnesota team. They’re exhausted already after a loss to the Washington Wizards less than 24 hours ago. Yes, that’s right. They fell to the Wizards. They also have 6 players on the injured list. I’m excited because it’s virtually a lock that my streak of recaps of losing games will end here. There’s NO WAY the Cats can fall! Right? I am right, aren’t I? Why is everyone already shaking their heads? Did I just hear someone mutter the word, “deluded” under his breath? Why are y’all looking at me like I’ve already dug into the inventory of that Colorado-sized place I jokingly m...
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