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Charlotte Bobcats forward Hakim Warrick threw down a monster slam dunk and posterized Chicago Bulls guard Marco Belinelli during Monday night's NBA game at the United Center. Warrick got the pass from guard Ramon Sessions at the three point line and got a running start before throwing it down and drawing the foul on Belinelli. Warrick finished the game with 8 points and 6 rebounds to help the Bobcats defeat the Bulls 91-81 and break an 18-game losing streak. Video via NBA. Visit us at holdoutsports.com and follow us on Twitter @HoldoutSports.
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Seeing how the Christmas Holidays may have interrupted your NBA viewing enjoyment, we here at Crossover Chronicles want to get you up to speed on a dunk you may have missed.
This past Monday, Bobcats' Hakim Warrick was on a fast break in the fourth quarter versus the Bulls when Marco Belinelli was caught right in the path of Warrick who had eyes on bringing down the rim....
CHICAGO - In the building where their owner created many of the best moments in franchise history, the Charlotte Bobcats handed Chicago a forgettable loss on Monday. The Bobcats snapped an 18-game losing streak by beating the Bulls 91-81 at the United Center. Bobcats owner Michael Jordan was not in attendance, but he surely appreciated the strong effort from his team. Kemba Walker...
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