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Yeah...this is a nasty dunk by Taylor.  Enjoy!It wasn’t supposed to happen this quickly. Every once in a while a team comes out of nowhere and forces the league to take notice. The Grizzlies have been perennial doormats of the Western Conference for example, and suddenly they’re the hottest team in the league. The Charlotte Bobcats, another team performing way above expectations, have already learned just how tough Memphis will be this season. Yet our young Bobcats have already raised expectations. After being roughed up by the Hawks last night, the Cats roll into Washington with most people assuming it will be an easy road win. Fans of the Cats could have warned the optimists that nothing ever comes easy for the Bobcats.       Charlotte squandered an early 13 point lead as Nene Hilario, still battling plantar fasciitis and limited to 20 minutes of action, showed the crowd just how great an impact he will have when he is able to return as a full-time presence. Whenever he s...
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