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The Bobcats continued their rather lengthy road trip as they have been out since 1/31. Things are different for the Celtics, who started off the season rough and sluggish. They currently ride a 4 game winning streak and have all of their players healthy. It's a different story for the Cats as they are still without Corey Maggette, DJ Augustin, and Gerald Henderson; who are their top 3 scorers. Hope is on the horizon, though; as DJ and Corey are set to return in the near future, and Reggie Williams has already had an immediate impact since coming back from his early season injury. The Cats fell 94-84 to the Celtics.
The first quarter started off a bit rough for both teams. It was a few minutes in before anyone even scored! The Cats started off 3/13 but finished strong. They managed to cling on to the Celtics as the Cats hung on! Reggie Williams is clearly already making an incredible impression as he's played more than passable defense, and very good offense. He led th...
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