Found December 13, 2011 on SLAM Online:
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It’s rare for the Charlotte Bobcats to make the headlines (unless they do something notably terrible), and that drives forward Tyrus Thomas crazy. Per the Charlotte Observer: “My drive is because of the fact every other team is getting mentioned right now, whether it’s their blockbuster trade or how good they’ll be,’ Thomas told the Observer Monday. ‘So I know we have to come in and work. My drive right now is to be mentioned. It just disgusts me when you watch ESPN, and out of the 30 teams you’re not mentioned. I think a lot of our guys have that chip on their shoulders. Just to show we’re in the league, too, you know?’”
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